After landing a spot on Food Network Magazine’s 10 Best Fries List, HopCat will be offering free Crack Fries on July 1 to celebrate.
The country’s first year-round recreation center for children with weak immune systems is scheduled to open this fall in Grand Rapids.
A local doctor could be on the brink of a medical breakthrough, using new medication that could save the lives of children with cancer.
People gathered at Rosa Parks Circle in downtown Grand Rapids Wednesday to remember the nine people killed in Charleston, S.C.
“We are now pretty much in the big leagues,” said Birgit Klohs of The Right Place, West Michigan’s economic development agency.
A man has been charged with murder in a February shooting that left a Grand Rapids man dead.
The vice president of sales for Valley Forge Flags announced the company will stop making confederate flags.
Kian Musgrove is only 3 years old, but getting poked with a needle is no big deal for him.
A large construction project on Grand Rapids’ West Side got a big boost Tuesday.
Founders Fest is a street celebration of everything from beer, incredible live music, amazing food, street performers and even arts and craf…
Spectrum Health broke ground on a new rehabilitation facility Tuesday morning.
The Michigan Army National Guard is holding training exercises across the state focused on response to a simulated nuclear explosion.
Allegiant announced the return of nonstop flights from the Gerald R. Ford International Airport to Fort Lauderdale, Florida.
Many who are hit with the civil infraction for marijuana possession are not paying up.
A short stretch of Burton Street SE in Grand Rapids will be shut down for two weeks starting on Monday.
Organizers of Grand Rapids Pride 2015 say early estimate show more than 8,000 people attended the annual event.