Bob Eleveld has invited friends and family to celebrate his life with him in what his family has dubbed a “no bit.”
The 17th annual Cesar E. Chavez Social Justice March rolled down Cesar E. Chavez Way, also known as Grandville Avenue SW.
The family of a teen who committed suicide is suing the Grand Rapids home that was in charge of his care.
There has been a slew of news as of late announcing the bankruptcy and subsequent closing of stores, including many in West Michigan.
BarFly Ventures is closing at least three businesses in Grand Rapids on Thursday so employees can remember a 7-year-old girl who died.
Chairs manufactured in West Michigan are being installed in the new home of the Detroit Red Wings and Pistons.
An investigation is underway into Dr. Stephen Bloom, one of the hospital’s medical directors.
A woman has entered a plea agreement on charges in connection to the fatal stabbing of a man in downtown Grand Rapids.
City officials have cancelled a public hearing about a proposed ordinance that would limit the number of pets per household in Grand Rapids.
The smoke detectors have been installed in 6,500 homes for free as part of a Grand Rapids Fire Department program.
The lawsuit against the Catholic Diocese of Grand Rapids and schools by the teen victim of sexual abuse by a tutor has been dismissed.
The family of a man who has been missing for more than a month has increased the reward money being offered for information in the case.
Some houses are barely on the market for a day before they’re sold. Some don’t even go on the market before they have new ownership.
The last of seven men confronted by a vigilante seeking out sexual predators has been sentenced, and he will not serve jail time.
The Kent County prosecutor has issued charges against a suspect in a stabbing and attempted carjacking outside the Walker Meijer.