“We’re growing in brick and mortar and technology,” Lake Michigan Credit Union’s director of marketing said.
The woman who police say was shot by her boyfriend is recovering after her second surgery, according to her family.
Nine ducklings are back with their mother thanks to the efforts of Cutlerville firefighters.
There was a sea of purple inside the ballpark Saturday, as runners broke a sweat to fight cancer and other diseases.
A woman wanted for allegedly providing heroin to a man who fatally overdosed in Wayland was spotted by a man who claims she assaulted him.
On May 3, Kenowa Hills district voters will vote on a major bond proposal — a plan that has failed twice in the past 12 months.
Seven school districts are asking voters to approve proposals that would fund upgrades to their schools.
Firefighters used a machine that performs chest compressions and the drug Narcan to help a patient whose heart stopped.
A new, more expensive material the Kent County Road Commission used to patch some potholes this winter appears to be working.
One of the men who tried to rob a Grand Rapids-area jeweler early last year is headed to a federal prison.
A Muskegon County employee who allegedly requested sexually explicit pictures of a co-worker’s young children has agreed to a plea deal.
If you plan to hit the road this Memorial Day, get ready to pay more at the pump.
Police in Wyoming have arrested one person following a standoff Wednesday morning.
Bills that would create tougher penalties for day care providers if children die in their care are headed to the floor of the state House.
Concrete is crumbling on a stretch of M-6, south of Grand Rapids, just a dozen years after the $700 million highway opened.