The Grand Rapids Public Library getting a $1.8 million bailout from you, the taxpayers.
The superintendent of Grand Rapids Public Schools has abandoned her effort to create a partnership with Teach For America.
The man who killed a 16-year-old in a drive-by shooting in 2013 will spend at least 21 years in prison.
The superintendent wants GRPS to consider partnering with Teach For America; a controversial move that has been batted down before.
Start Garden will be investing even more money to help turn ideas into actions.
Mary Free Bed Rehabilitation Hospital hosted a ribbon-cutting ceremony for its new $42 million hospital building Monday afternoon.
Cornerstone University installed the first of four stained glass windows Saturday in the newly built Christ Chapel.
It may be getting more difficult for parents who don’t want to vaccinate their children to find doctors to care for their kids.
Chiefs of police from all over Michigan were in Grand Rapids this week for their annual winter meeting.
Students from colleges across West Michigan and other organizations are offering free tax filing assistance for low-income families.
Demolition on the former Grand Rapids Press building could start as early as next month.
The Grand Rapids Griffins will be skating for 24 consecutive hours this weekend to raise money for underprivileged youth in the area.
The American Heart Association encourages people to wear red on Friday in order to raise awareness of women’s heart health on National Wear …
Jackie Miller, who ran an unsuccessful mayoral campaign in 2007, plans to have her name on the ballot this August.
A man has been charged for allegedly hitting a 4-year-old boy sledding at Richmond Park with his car, then taking off.
Developers have proposed putting up a 12-story office building in the place of two Grand Rapids buildings that were demolished.