Closing arguments wrapped up Tuesday in the trial for the accused killer of Grand Rapids businessman John Dahlinger.
The City of Grand Rapids will unveil eight neighborhood park plans at an open house Wednesday hosted by the Parks and Recreation Board.
Thousands of pieces of Peter Wege’s property will be up for auction online.
The EITC is a tax break that saves those making less than $50,000 a year thousands in federal taxes.
As part of the national Giving Tuesday initiative, The Salvation Army’s Grand Rapids Advisory Board has created a $30,000 matching gift.
Organizers have announced the bands who will help ring in the New Year in downtown Grand Rapids.
People around the globe will come together Monday to recognize World AIDS Day.
The Grand Rapids Police Department is working to track down a man with a gun on the southwest side of town Sunday morning.
The jury foreperson in the trial of Abigail Simon said she feared the case would end in a hung jury.
City officials in Grand Rapids have released a list projects they are planning to fund with the money collected from the parks millage.
People caught illegally lighting fireworks in Grand Rapids may see smaller fines.
The ice skating rink at Rosa Parks Circle in downtown Grand Rapids could open as early as next week.
Cannonsburg Ski Area will open for the season Saturday morning, according to its website.
More than 2,000 people showed up at DeVos Place for a feast with all the trimmings for the 18th Great Thanksgiving Banquet.
An estimated 2,000 runners and walkers hit the streets for the 22nd annual event that benefits Grand Rapids Public Schools athletics.
Almost a week after he went missing, Kurt Miller’s mother and sister found him dead in the snow.