The West Michigan Whitecaps kicked off a seven-game homestand with a win on Monday.
Members of “Forward Lowell” are frustrated with what they call a lack of transparency within city council and Mayor Jeff Altoft.
The discussion at the Constantine Village Council meeting was theoretical, as the village couldn’t have actually done away with any guns.
The Grand Rapids Public Schools Board of Education swore in its newest member on Monday.
Authorities say a woman embezzled more than $200,000 from the private school in Norton Shores where she kept the books.
Doris Roberts, who played the tart-tongued, meddling mother on “Everybody Loves Raymond,” has died, a family spokeswoman said.
A motorcyclist was killed Monday afternoon after a collision with a work van near Augusta, authorities say.
A multi-vehicle crash on US-131 in southern Allegan County caused a massive backup Monday evening and left multiple people hurt.
Nearly six years after Venus Stewart was murdered by her husband, the search continues for her body.
The Michigan governor will drink Flint water at home and at work to show to residents it is safe with the use of a faucet filter.
The organization behind the controlled burn in the Macatawa Marsh says it already takes precautions to protect wildlife.
Norman Leo Ochs has been arrested and charged with several prostitution charges, according to a Michigan State Police.
One of the people arrested Friday night after shots were fired near the Wyoming Spring Carnival was formally charged on Monday.
Allegan County authorities have arrested two people in connection to a break-in during which two dogs were stabbed and killed.
The infant suffered severe brain damage during the December 2014 incident, police said.
A man accused of shooting his girlfriend in the head was formally charged Monday.
The Pentagon provided inaccurate or vague information about sexual assaults in an effort to blunt support for a bill, the Associated Press f…
A new hard cider taproom is opening up on Grand Rapids’ northeast side, and it’s a name that is familiar in West Michigan.
While ArtPrize 2016 is still more than five months away, now is the time to sign up for a chance to capture a piece of the prize.
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