Before deploying to the Horn of Africa, 16 West Michigan Army reservists said their goodbyes Wednesday at the Reserve Center in Walker.
Autopsy results show an infant who died in April had a lethal dose of morphine in her at the time.
McDonald’s is planning to trim its menu and possibly get rid of some of ingredients to change perceptions that it serves junk food.
The Trillium Institute is holding a public forum Wednesday on end-of-life care practices in the U.S. at Grand Valley State University.
Leigh’s is holding its annual Wrap It Up party with fun events and special deals.
Balance Chiropractic can correct injuries like whiplash from car accidents and slips and falls.
MapleCreek is inviting the community for Holiday Photos with Santa.
Matchmaker Michigan does all of the leg work for you to make a love connection.
Fubble Entertainment will tape its latest project, Holiday Memories, in front of a live audience on December 15.
The Christmas spirit made its way through the town of Lowell in a very unexpected way.
The Grand Rapids Choir of Men and Boys will perform a series of Christmas concerts.
Michigan legislative leaders plan to appoint a House-Senate conference committee to craft a potential compromise bill to repair roads.
Muskegon’s City Commission has approved measures to help clear city streets of snow.
Three people were taken to the hospital Tuesday after a vehicle involved in a crash slide off the road, hitting a pedestrian.
Doctors, nurses and others fighting Ebola have won Time’s 2014 Person of the Year award, the magazine announced Wednesday.
Classes were delayed for students at Galesburg-Augusta Middle School Wednesday after a staff member smelled smoke in the building.