Crews knocked down the final beams of the old Grand Rapids Press building on Friday.
Supporters of President Obama’s executive action shielding millions of undocumented immigrants from deportation rallied in Grand Rapids.
The Grand Rapids Griffins have made it to the 2015 Calder Cup Playoffs and their first-round home game tickets will go on sale Saturday.
Grand Rapids police are searching for two armed men who broke into a house Friday morning.
Some Grand Rapids citizens say they were locked up under an anti-trespassing policy for simply walking into a business.
Monthly public parking lot users downtown should expect some major changes in their price plan in the next few months.
A city commissioner is among the drivers police have ticketed for cutting through parking lots to get around a blocked intersection.
The U.S. Marshals Service says it has rounded up 7,100 fugitives in a six-week nationwide sweep to reduce violent crime.
Grand Rapids City Commissioner Walt Gutowski Jr. announced Thursday morning he will not be running for mayor.
After articles about Grand Rapids being the second-worst metropolitan city for black residents, community members responded.
An arrest has been made in connection to a 2013 homicide in Grand Rapids.
All lanes on northbound US-131 in Grand Rapids are back open following a Thursday morning crash involving multiple vehicles.
Investigators are looking into a possible suspicious fire that destroyed one house in Grand Rapids and spread to a neighboring home.
Grand Rapids wants to redo a training room and a couple of conference rooms in City Hall.
Rockford Construction will break ground this month on a housing complex for college students on Grand Rapids’ West Side.
Pennock Health Services will become a Spectrum Health hospital on May 1, 2015.