A portion of a $2.9 million grant from the Michigan Economic Development Corporation will fund the new program.
Starting this weekend, GRPD will station its mobile command center near the S. Division restaurant that has a history of violence.
By the end of the year, if you have an encounter with a Grand Rapids Police officer, it will likely be recorded to video.
Celebration! Cinema will begin showing movies in an environment designed for individuals and families with specials needs.
Area hospitals are responding to increasing diversity by providing on-site translators and using interpreter technology.
A man was shot and killed early Sunday near the Chicken Coop restaurant on S. Division Avenue in Grand Rapids.
A recently released report shows Grand Rapids residents have limited access to fresh and healthy foods.
A 28-year-old man accused of making online threats to schools and religious leaders has pleaded not guilty to charges of intimidation.
Grand Rapids city residents will soon be able to keep chickens on their property.
The younger brother of President Gerald Ford, Dick Ford, has passed away.
The family of a Forest Hills seventh grader who died after an accident during surgery is suing the hospital and the surgeon.
Car and bicycles already share lanes on Grand Rapids city streets, but soon skateboards, roller skates and long boards may be added.
Local city leaders gathered Thursday to encourage citizens to vote yes on Proposal 1 so more money will go to roads.
A new floodgate has been installed along the Grand River near one of the tallest buildings in downtown Grand Rapids.
The case against a high school student accused of posting threats to West Catholic classmates online has been sent to trial.
Thursday marks the celebration of Cesar E. Chavez’s birthday and a social justice march took place in Grand Rapids to commemorate it.