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Monday night, the Grand Rapids Board of Education took the first step toward creating a Promise Zone for students in the city. [Read More]
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Thousands of participants are expected for the Grand Con Board Gaming convention in Grand Rapids. [Read More]
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Ramp from US-131 southbound to I-96 westbound is now open. But work on westbound I-96 between Plainfield and Alpine Avenues delayed due to labor... [Read More]
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Spectrum Health is removing all Registered Nurses from thier 5 Urgent Care Centers. Patients may now be examined by medical professionals with less training... [Read More]
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Line forms early to claim free crack fries once a week for a year at new HopCat. [Read More]
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Peter Secchia says he was a fan and admirer of Richard DeVos. [Read More]
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Governor Snyder says he is focusing on governing, not politics. [Read More]
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Governor Snyder says he is focusing on governing, not politics. [Read More]
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Drivers have to fend for themselves when weather knocks out power to traffic signals. [Read More]
The mother of 11-year-old twin boys detained at gunpoint by police says officer body cam video hurts to watch because she can see what her... [Read More]
Railtown Brewery in Dutton has filed a trademark infringement complaint against the soon to open Railbird Brewery in nearby Byron Center. [Read More]
Tuesday night's storms brought some damage to the area, including a tree falling on a house on the northeast side of Grand Rapids, but thankfully,... [Read More]
Rev. Nathaniel Moody pledges he will be commissioner for the entire city after he is sworn in to fill vacancy in Grand Rapids. [Read More]
Before what will probably be their biggest crowd of the year, many west Michigan high school football teams opened their seasons Thursday night. [Read More]
Leaders at Michigan Blood see new opportunities when the American Red Cross ends mobile blood collections in west Michigan. [Read More]
The Casnovia Township Planning Commission voted to take more time to consider a proposed windmill farm on land zoned for exclusive agricultural use. Tuesday... [Read More]
Instead of demolishing the more than 100-year-old building, the college decided to move the cottage to another lot on Columbia Avenue. [Read More]
"I know so many people will remember his genuine kindness." [Read More]
Democratic candidate for governor Gretchen Whitmer said Michigan is "primed for a big change," during a speech at "Progressives in the Park" in Grand Rapids. [Read More]
When an argument over a loud party evolved into a physical altercation Sunday morning, A Belding man shot and killed his neighbor. Detectives say it... [Read More]
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