Grand Rapids will be replacing several lead water service lines throughout the city this summer.
Rep. Fred Upton’s bill aims to make new medical procedures, treatments and devices available to the people who need them more quickly.
The FBI in Grand Rapids is warning local colleges about a scam targeting students.
Marthe Cohn wasn’t vocal about her experience as a Jewish French spy in Nazi Germany until many years after World War II.
“Unloaded” opens Thursday and uses art to put people face to face with their own perceptions of guns in our society.
A GVSU student group, protesting on the side of Rapid union workers, says they are being harassed by Grand Rapids police over their actions.
A busy intersection in Grand Rapids has reopened following a crash that led to some repair work.
Skateboarders will be the first to tell you that Grand Rapids doesn’t have much to offer them.
A man who pleaded guilty to murder shouted at the judge who handed down his sentence Tuesday afternoon.
Since spring has official arrived in Grand Rapids, the city will open its yard waste drop-off site on Monday.
Two years after falling, the giant tire swing is back in downtown Grand Rapids.
The Grand Rapids Fire Department has achieved yet another milestone.
A former Grand Rapids police officer was convicted of a lesser criminal sexual conduct charge for sexually assaulting his ex-girlfriend.
ArtPrize is hosting an xhibition to celebrate the artwork of 50 contemporary artists and expanding its Pitch Nights in other cities.
Free tax filing assistance is still available for low-income families in West Michigan.