Crews working to fix a road near Grand Haven may have uncovered centuries-old piece of history.
From firing a worker to breaking up, now you can pay a web service developed in Grand Rapids to do it for you.
The City of Grand Rapids will be spending up to $60,000 a year to come up with better ways to communicate with the public.
A new restaurant opening in downtown Grand Rapids will pay homage to the city’s history.
Gov. Rick Snyder has vetoed bills that would have accelerated sales tax breaks on car trade-ins.
With the vice president breaking a tie, the Senate voted to start debating GOP legislation to tear down much of the Obama health care law.
On the second day of Big Ten Media Days, two familiar faces in the state of Michigan were among the biggest storylines of the event.
Research on 202 former football players from all levels found evidence of CTE in nearly all of them.
The Grand Rapids Police Department has introduced an impartial policing policy.
The man killed in a shooting in Kalamazoo early Tuesday was remembered as a “well-mannered, sweet gentleman” by a woman who took him in.
Grand Rapids police had a busy 2016, with an uptick in crimes reported in 21 of 24 areas.
An Indiana man has entered a plea agreement in a 1977 murder in southwestern Michigan.
Meijer shoppers living in the Kalamazoo are will soon be able to have their groceries delivered to their door.
Fifty years after Grand Rapids’ race riot, a new report shows there’s still a startling gap between Michigan’s households.
The Michigan Wildlife Council is currently conducting an education campaign to help inform the people of Michigan about the importance of wi…
It’s summertime! With great pleasure, Samaritas invites you into their community for some local fun.
Our Hearing Experts from McDonald’s hearing came in to talk about taking care of hearing aids in hot, humid and dirty conditions.
The $26.5 million dollar project is expected to commence by fall of 2017 and complete by spring of 2018.
A company is offering to microchip its employees, enabling them open doors and use office equipment with a simple swipe of the hand.
City officials are shedding some light on future changes coming to Calder Plaza in downtown Grand Rapids.