Seven West Michigan colleges will be holding a college fair in Grand Rapids to meet with former ITT Technical Institute students.
It was meant as a quick fix for some roads in Newaygo. Instead, some residents said, it left a tar up to the door handles of their cars.
The Grand Rapids Public Library is offering an olive branch to patrons who’ve racked up fines.
Gilmore Collection and Live Nation’s House of Blues Entertainment took 24 Hour News 8 inside the development Tuesday.
Is it offensive, realistic or just a play on a political slogan?
The Grand Rapids Police Department is teaming up with city officials to attract new recruits with two-fold package.
City officials will begin accepting applications for recreational fire permits on Sept. 22.
A 5K walk Saturday morning worked to raise mental health awareness.
A stretch of I-196 in Grand Rapids was shut down for more than three hours as crews cleaned up a fuel spill from a jackknifed semi-truck.
A note saying, “Buy that kid a muzzle!!” was written about a boy with autism. Now, a company is giving him an experience he’ll never forget.
A would-be patron of Tavern on the Square is suing the downtown business he says refused to allow him in because he’s black.
After the Grand Rapids brothers’ story went global, donors started banding together to help.
The National Fireworks Association Expo was in Grand Rapids this week, its first time stopping in West Michigan.
The phones are ringing at college admissions offices all over West Michigan.
Grand Rapids Public Schools counted its largest number of students on the first day of school in two decades.