A man has entered in to a plea deal in the 2013 murder of a 16-year-old in Grand Rapids.
The City of Wyoming is looking for input from citizens on its plan to redevelop Ideal Park, which was damaged in a tornado in July.
Snyder announced plans to “dramatically” restructure state government and renewed his call for a sales tax hike to improve roads.
Refusing to bend to the new Republican Congress, the president unveiled an ambitious agenda steeped in Democratic priorities.
Four people sustained minor injuries when a car rear-ended a school bus just east of Cedar Springs Tuesday afternoon.
Bell’s Brewery plans to celebrate 30 years of commercial sales of its beer during a September event in Kalamazoo.
A Certified Divorce Financial Analyst can help get you financially prepared ahead of time.
Calvin College’s January Series wraps up Tuesday, January 27.
Bluedoor Antiques & Elements transforms lost treasures into timeless pieces of furniture and accessories.
The brother of a suspect charged in a cold case murder testified against him saying he witnessed the deadly beating.
Soup’s On for All is a signature event to raise money for God’s Kitchen.
Heart of West Michigan United Way is teaching financial fitness at “Show Me the Money” event.
‘Through the Eyes of Weidenaar’ exhibition is now open at the Grand Rapids Public Museum.
Michigan Blood is in need of blood donations to help people in hospitals throughout Michigan.
Despite recent milder temperatures, ice levels on the Great Lakes have increased this month.
MLK March and interview with Sybrina Fulton at the Community Celebration at GRCC.