Doing something for someone else may make the giver feel good, but it could actually hurt the other person.
A serial bank robber is heading to a federal prison.
Family Christian Stores is closing, meaning the nation’s largest retailer of Bible-related books and music will soon be no more.
A pedestrian was seriously injured in a chain-reaction crash that shut down a busy Grand Rapids intersection for two hours.
Documents, phone recordings and video detail the investigation into a former assistant prosecutor’s car crash and how officers responded.
ArtPrize will be awarding tens of thousands of dollars in grants to artists this year.
A mechanical malfunction forced the Recycling & Education Center to halt processing for two business days.
Undocumented immigrants can use consular IDs from any nation to register for basic city services and when interacting with police.
An invite-only meeting was held Tuesday in Grand Rapids regarding the ground contamination near Hall Street and Madison Avenue SE.
Tuesday, loved ones made the mile trek from the Department of Human Services building to the scene where Lance Byers was shot five years ago…
The city expects to lose as many as 300 employees to retirement in the next three years, from snowplow drivers to the people who fix them.
Grand Rapids is taking another step toward bringing bike sharing to the city.
Questions are surrounding Hollywood actor Mark Wahlberg’s visit to Kent County Tuesday.
Police, the governor’s office and immigration lawyers offered assurances that that immigrants are welcome in Grand Rapids and Michigan.
A well-deserving Grand Rapids family has a new set of wheels thanks to a local nonprofit and anonymous donor.