Four-Star General and former White House Drug Czar Barry McCaffrey is in Grand Rapids to spotlight the Salvation Army of Kent County.
The 46th annual Heritage Hill Tour opens this weekend to the public.
ShotSpotter CEO Ralph Clark says he’s been watching the debate in Grand Rapids about purchasing the gunfire detection system.
A new judge has been appointed to the 17th Circuit Court in Kent County.
A new Latin-American-inspired restaurant is scheduled to open this fall in the former Ritz Koney location in downtown Grand Rapids.
The Downtown Development Authority approved its budget Wednesday for the 2016 fiscal year.
Police confirmed Wednesday that they suspect the man stabbed on board a Rapid bus was the victim of a random attack.
After 23 years, the popular Blues on the Mall event has a new name and location.
Grand Rapids police are looking for two teen suspects who allegedly tried to rob a semi-truck driver.
Skateboarders are allowed to hit the streets downtown starting Sunday.
After a third high-profile violent incident involving a Rapid bus this year, officials say people shouldn’t be worried about riding the bus.
As debate over the cost of the ShotSpotter gunfire detection system continues at city hall, the company’s CEO is expected to visit Grand Rap…
The Grand Rapids Police Department held its annual police memorial Tuesday morning.
A Rapid transit bus driver who got into a fight with a high school student pleaded not guilty to a misdemeanor charge on Tuesday.
The City of Grand Rapids is considering changing fees for some of its services.
A man was stabbed while riding a Rapid bus in Grand Rapids on Monday.