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City farmers bring fresh produce to the city

The brisk autumn breeze sends dry, crackling leaves through the rows of produce. The leaves make their way through the r...

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H&M opens in West Michigan

Crowds lined up in Woodland Mall for a special treat on Halloween as H&M opened its first West Michigan store here in Gr...

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Right to Life Michigan Files Lawsuit in Protest of Obamacare

The Affordable Care Act, most commonly known as “Obamacare,” is a controversial topic in politics and also for many ...

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Eastown hosts Lamplight Music Festival for second year

Live music, friends and food, all inside the homes of Eastown. This is the premise of the Lamplight Music Festival. The ...

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Future of Grand Rapids parks on Nov. 5 ballot

On the Nov. 5 ballot, Grand Rapids voters will vote on a seven-year millage that would raise taxes by 0.98 mills (a unit...

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Aquinas and GRCC sign agreement to make transfer credits easier

Aquinas College and Grand Rapids Community College (GRCC) signed an articulation agreement that will allow faculty from ...

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Grand Rapids Symphony offers student discounts

“Music is like girls — I like it, I am bad with it and I don’t have a type,” smirked Calvin student Jeff Peterso...

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Grand Rapids Public Schools holds 21st annual ‘Turkey Trot’

Many people plan to overeat, nap and watch football on Thanksgiving Day. However, more than 2,000 people in Grand Rapids...

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Bill Cosby comes to Tulip Time

At a Women’s Literary Club meeting in 1927, a biology teacher suggested that there be a celebration of tulips and Dutc...

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Bras Across the Grand promotes breast cancer awareness

Hundreds of decorated bras were strung downtown Grand Rapids across the Gillett Pedestrian Bridge Saturday morning as pa...