To help drivers over the Labor Day holiday weekend, MDOT will suspend construction on many of its projects.
All lanes of southbound US-131 near 32nd Street have been reopened after a crash Wednesday afternoon.
St. Joseph County Sheriff’s deputies are investigating the death of a man found alongside a road as a homicide.
Michigan State Police are investigating after a 71-year-old man was found dead at a home in Constantine Township.
Make sure your child is rested for back to school with tips from Mercy Health.
The Great Lakes Pub Cruiser carries 16 passengers, who pedal to different destinations.
Community Day of Remembrance and Scout Salute includes an exhibit on loan from the 9/11 Memorial Museum in New York.
Camp Alec is designed for children with physical disabilities whose primary communication mode is AAC.
“A Late Summer Night’s Green” supports research projects at Pierce Cedar Creek Institute.
Two big events are planned this fall to benefit the Kent County Parks Foundation.
The ladies acapella singing group will compete in Las Vegas in October.
GRCC and WMU have signed off on an agreement to make transferring easier for students.
The state has approved Michigan Energy Assistance Program grants totaling $89.5 million for 13 organizations to help low-income residents.
An Ottawa County Sheriff’s Department corrections deputy was sentenced Tuesday for ‘super drunk’ driving.
Senate Democrats have rallied the 34 votes they need to keep the Iran nuclear deal alive in Congress.
A 19-year-old Houston man is dead after police say he accidentally shot himself while taking ‘selfies’ while holding a gun.
HopCat will be opening 30 new bars across the Midwest after reaching a $25 million deal with a Texas lender.
Frederik Meijer Gardens & Sculpture Park says it had its busiest summer season for attendance in its 20-year history.