On one of the busiest travel days of the year, service members are being welcomed home to West Michigan in a very special way.
A non-profit education group announced it is purchasing the iconic pyramid building once occupied by Steelcase Inc. for $7.5 million.
Colleen Willey looked sadly at the 1993 Honda she loves and murmured, “Sorry, car. You exist. I know you exist.”
A building at the Alpine Slopes apartment complex in Alpine Township north of Grand Rapids was evacuated after a fire started in one unit.
The fight continues over plans to build an upscale apartment complex south of Grand Rapids.
A West Michigan pastor is getting his own show on the Oprah Winfrey Network.
Winter’s return to West Michigan was marked by strong winds Monday.
Gerald R. Ford International Airport along with the Patriot Guard Riders of West Michigan will be welcoming troops home on Wednesday.
A home currently being remodeled was damaged in a fire early Monday morning.
An organization in Grand Rapids has been working to keep the arts alive in a tight-knit Hispanic community for more than a decade.
Despite some freezing rain, the streets of Grand Rapids were filled with holiday cheer Saturday for the Art Van Santa Parade.
The Kent County Sheriff’s Department is urging residents to lock their doors due to a recent increase in home invasions.
Grand Rapids Comic-Con opened its’ doors late Friday afternoon and people have been lined up for three hours to get in.
Thursday was the ninth consecutive day with snowfall in Grand Rapids, and all the white has some people seeing green.
The people in charge of the plows in the City of Grand Rapids are hoping to hit every street in the city by Friday.
Grand Rapids West Catholic High School announced Thursday it has received a $125,000 grant from the Wege Foundation.