A man who tried to rob a Grand Rapids-area jewelry store pleaded guilty to federal charges Friday.
The Michigan Court of Appeals has ruled that a Kent County judge should decide who has control of a Grand Rapids church.
Police are looking for three suspects who broke into a jewelry store in Grand Rapids Township armed with a weapon.
The no-show contractor Target 8 investigators exposed has been sentenced to additional years in prison in another fraud case.
Five downtown museums and arts institutions are participating in the 4th annual “Museums Free For All” event this weekend.
A Grand Rapids company is being fined more than half a million dollars connected to the death of a worker last summer.
ArtPrize has announced the 2015 panel of jurors who will decide the grand prize and category award winners.
A stretch of Plainfield in the Creston neighborhood is one of 283 projects on the city of Grand Rapid’s streets to-do list this summer.
Organizers announced a few changes to this year’s Fifth Third River Bank Run.
A dying East Grand Rapids man and his partner will not get their marriage recognized in Michigan ahead of the U.S. Supreme Court decision.
The list released Wednesday includes nearly 280 projects for 2015 and 2016.
Development is booming in downtown Grand Rapids, but many say new housing doesn’t meet their needs.
Four candidates have turned their petitions in and will be on the Grand Rapids mayoral ballot in August.
A local business is making Earth Day its mission all year round.
The woman who was found guilty of shooting at a McDonald’s drive-thru window has been sentenced.
The deadline to file as a candidate for Grand Rapids mayor or city commission has come and gone.