A splash pad, new play equipment and a nature trail are among the improvements coming to three Grand Rapids parks.
There is a deeper meaning beyond beauty of the artwork now greeting visitors on West Leonard Street near US-131.
A 16-year-old has admitted to shooting an 18-year-old in Grand Rapids earlier this year, killing her.
A 7-foot bronze sculpture honoring Grand Rapids native William Alden Smith was unveiled on Wednesday.
Crews began the demolition of a longstanding building on College Avenue in the Heritage Hill neighborhood Wednesday.
Grand Rapids police are searching for the person who robbed a business on the city’s northeast side.
Listening sessions in Grand Rapids proved there’s work to do in generating trust between the community and the police department.
The effort to improve relations between Grand Rapids police and community members continues — and the size of the price tag is growing.
From firing a worker to breaking up, now you can pay a web service developed in Grand Rapids to do it for you.
The City of Grand Rapids will be spending up to $60,000 a year to come up with better ways to communicate with the public.
A new restaurant opening in downtown Grand Rapids will pay homage to the city’s history.
The Grand Rapids Police Department has introduced an impartial policing policy.
Grand Rapids police had a busy 2016, with an uptick in crimes reported in 21 of 24 areas.
City officials are shedding some light on future changes coming to Calder Plaza in downtown Grand Rapids.
A report compiled after the July 1967 race riot in Grand Rapids listed a dozen challenges the city’s blacks faced. Many still apply today.