Some area of downtown Grand Rapids have been decked out with decorations from decades past.
Media General, Inc. and LIN Media LLC announced Friday that the FCC has approved the business merger that they announced in March.
Grand Rapids city commissioners are considering a new ordinance to allow residents to have chickens in their backyards.
A new judge has been appointed to the 61st District Court in Grand Rapids.
A woman convicted by a jury of sexually abusing one of her adopted children will not get a new trial and could be headed back to prison.
Michigan State University has announced it will demolish the former Grand Rapids Press building to build a new medical research lab.
Calvin College officials have lifted the campus-wide lockdown issued early Friday morning.
The Grand Rapids Downtown Development Authority has approved continuing the Downtown Ambassadors program through June 2016.
The newly redesigned “Nutcracker” made its world premiere Thursday night in Grand Rapids at DeVos Performance Hall.
John Balyo is headed to federal prison for 40 years after being sentenced for sexually exploiting boys and possessing child pornography.
Michigan State University trustees will vote later this week on whether to demolish the old Grand Rapids Press building in Grand Rapids.
The man accused of murdering Grand Rapids businessman John Dahlinger has been convicted of all the charges against him.
The Trillium Institute is holding a public forum Wednesday on end-of-life care practices in the U.S. at Grand Valley State University.
A 21-year-old woman was hospitalized after she allegedly passed out from a drug overdose while driving and caused a crash.
A bomb squad was called to the Grand Rapids Home for Veterans after four live practice grenades were found with a donation.
It’s beginning to look a lot like an old-fashioned Christmas in Grand Rapids.