Two men charged in connection to a December 2013 murder are expected to stand trial starting Monday.
Sides are lining up for and against the idea of term limiting Grand Rapid’s mayor and city commissioners.
MDOT crews will begin work Friday on several road repair projects in Grand Rapids.
A person who purchased a winning Mega Millions lottery ticket in southeast Grand Rapids has not yet claimed his or her $1 million prize.
The final Movies in the Park of the summer will end with a special double feature Friday night.
Grand Rapids police are looking for the suspect who shot a person on the southeast side of the city Friday morning.
A man arrested after a standoff is being charged federally for robbing a credit union in Grand Rapids.
The Grand Rapids Public Museum is extending its “Dream It, Build It” LEGO exhibition by nearly a month.
Grand Rapids is in the running to host the 2017 State Games of America.
A federal lawsuit against a Grand Rapids apartment owner for sexual harassment has ended in a more than half-million dollar settlement.
The YMCA of Greater Grand Rapids is holding a Back to School bash on Friday.
The Meijer LPGA Classic handed over a big check Wednesday to help out food pantries.
A 19-year-old woman ripped off tens of thousands of dollars in appliances and cash from the Grand Rapids Best Buy where she worked.
Term limits have changed the way business is done in Lansing, but there is no unanimity about the value of that change.
Davenport University says it plans to offer an employment guarantee for all accounting students.
This year’s Gazelle Girl Half Marathon and 5K raised more than $40,000 for four West Michigan charities that support women.