Five days before the election, the Grand Rapids city clerk found one indication that interest is growing.
More students at Grand Rapids Public Schools means more money for its employees.
Thanks a grant from Apple, Inc., Burton Elementary is getting iPads for all of its staff and students — and a lot more.
A brand new, 70,000 square-foot indoor athletic building is now in use at Aquinas College.
It happened Tuesday in Hudsonville and Jenison: a district parent was sitting at his or her desk or running errands when the phone lit up.
Seven candidates are running for five open seats on the nine-member Grand Rapids Public Schools Board of Education.
The Grand Rapids Drive basketball team will participate in its first NBA D-League draft this weekend.
A Grand Rapids native now in the U.S. Navy is part of a new elite task force that would respond to an Ebola outbreak in the U.S.
Even with no signs of Ebola in West Michigan, local medical providers are working every day to prepare.
Police are at the scene of an armed robbery that occurred Wednesday morning at a Subway restaurant in southern Grand Rapids.
Police say they have arrested the man who sexually assaulted a young woman as she walked in Grand Rapids.
The woman believed to be the oldest person in West Michigan has died.
For many health care workers, the initial reaction to Ebola is a lot like the initial reaction to a health crisis from a generation ago.
The city is scrapping odd/even parking on some streets and telling drivers they can park on only one side of the street.
Voters will decide on Nov. 4 whether they want to institute term limits for the Grand Rapids mayor and city commissioners.
County and emergency responder officials say they’re prepared to handle a local case of Ebola, should one occur.