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Located on the Grand River approximately 30 miles from Lake Michigan, it was nicknamed the "Furniture City," because the major industry in Grand Rapids was once furniture production. However, the city and surrounding communities are more economically diverse today, and contribute heavily to the health care, automotive, and consumer goods manufacturing industries, among others.

Population: 197800
Local Newspapers: Grand Rapids Press
Local Sports Teams: West Michigan Whitecaps (Single A Baseball) Grand Rapids Griffins (AHL - Hockey)
Local Colleges: Grand Valley State University Ferris State University

Zip Codes associated with grand rapids, michigan: 49503 49504 49505 49506 49507 49508 49509 49512 49525 49544 49548
Towns/Cities near grand rapids, michigan : Walker Comstock Park Northview Rockford Forrest Hills Kentwood Cutlerville Jenison Hudsonville

Grand Rapids News
Man reunited with refugee mother at Ford Airport

A Syrian refugee has been reunited with her son who lives in West Michigan, after several delays including the federal travel ban. It has been a long road for 67-year-old Fariha Aljbasini.

Second Grand Rapids police officer won't be fired after crash investigation

Another Grand Rapids Police officer has negotiated to keep his job with the department after his involvement in the investigation of a wrong-way crash with a former Kent County assistant prosecutor. Sgt. Thomas Warwick will be suspended without pay for 160 days, and will be demoted to the rank of officer, city officials said Wednesday.

Boy, 13, dies after being shot while hunting in Michigan

Authorities say a 13-year-old boy has died after being shot in the head while hunting small game in western Michigan. Michigan State Police responded Saturday to a report of a hunting accident in Oceana County's Greenwood Township and found the boy from the Grand Rapids-area community of Wyoming had been shot.

Creativity of Grand Rapids student artists on display at Amway

More than 250 works of art created by students from Grand Rapids Public Schools and the charter school the district authorizes were unveiled Tuesday, Feb. 21, at Amway World Headquarters. The students were asked to reflect on the art they saw during school field trips to ArtPrize and then connect the experience to a specific theme through painting.

a Orange is the New Blacka author speaking in Grand Rapids

Piper Kerman, author of "Orange is the New Black: My Year in a Women's Prison," will speak in Grand Rapids next month. Kerman is scheduled to speak at Fountain Street Church, 24 Fountain St. NE, on March 7 at 7 p.m. The speech is intended to bring focus to "the plight of women behind bars," according to a spokesperson for Humanity for Prisoners, which is organizing the event.

Dense Fog Advisory Along Lakeshore

The National Weather Service in Grand Rapids has issued a Dense Fog Advisory for Ottawa and Allegan Counties until 9 a.m. Wednesday, February 22. From South Haven to Holland on Lake Michigan the advisory is extended till 1 p.m. Visibility will be less than a quarter mile and may be zero visibility at times. Expect slow travel on area roads.

New Workshop: Building Effective Relationships with Schools

ALA Publishing eLearning Solutions announces an exciting new workshop, Building Effective Relationships with Schools with Jessica Anne Bratt. This workshop will consist of two 90-minute sessions and take place on: With budget and staff cuts decimating school libraries, public libraries are being asked more and more to work directly with schools in the community.

Grand Rapids city commission approves $100,000 bike-share study

The Grand Rapids City Commission approved a study that would test the feasibility of a bicycle-sharing program in the city. The study will be conducted by Sam Schwartz Engineering.

Suicide up almost 10 percent, mother shares her sona s story to save others

After losing her son to suicide, a mother is now telling her story to help save others from the same grief. Jareb Ryder was only 18 when he shot and killed himself.

Kentwood commissioner accused of making threatening call to resign

A Kentwood City Commissioner is planning to resign after being accused of making a threatening phone call to a constituent over a street project. Redmond's letter of resignation from his at-large seat is on the Commission's agenda for its 7 p.m. meeting Tuesday, Feb. 21. The resignation comes nearly two months after Redmond pleaded not guilty in Grand Rapids' 61st District Court to a misdemeanor charge in the case of the phone call.

A Hands-On Approach to Real Estate Success

Region Served : Western Michigan Years in Real Estate : 13 Number of Offices : 19 Number of Agents : 400 Favorite Way to Unwind : Golf when it's warm enough, or cooking for friends How does your company stay flexible and current? We're family-owned and -operated-and have been all the way through-which allows us to make decisions more quickly than we could if we were dealing with a national brand. We also have a leadership team that's made up of our owners and a 15-person management team, both of which allow us to easily come together to discuss what's happening in our local market.

a Not My Presidenta protestors march through downtown Grand Rapids

In Grand Rapids, hundreds of people joined together as part of the effort, which has been called the ' Not My President movement '. It's one of many protests we've seen in West Michigan in resistance to President Trump.

Winter warm stretch hides overlooked dangers

While the unseasonably warm and in some cases, record-breaking temps in February afford opportunities to enjoy the outdoors, it also hides dangers we don't typically think about in the dead of winter. Brush fires, improper disposal of cigarettes, bonfires gone awry - all issues that can and have been overlooked during this stretch of warmth.

Grand Rapids recycling facility shut down after baler malfunctions

For the second time in three months, a malfunction at the Kent County Recycling and Education Center has shut the facility down. A mechanical malfunction with the facility's baler caused the shutdown, according to a press release from the county's Department of Public Works.

Commission: 'Systemic racism' at root of Flint water crisis

"Systemic racism" going back decades is at the core of problems that caused a lead-contaminated water crisis in the majority black city of Flint, according to a Michigan Civil Rights Commission report issued Friday. The report says the commission did not unearth any civil rights law violations and that nobody "intended to poison Flint."

Three Shows Announced for Meijer Gardens Concert Series Grand Rapids, ...

It's not just the unseasonably warm weather that has West Michigan with a bit of spring fever, the concert season will soon start and that's always a sure sign of summer. Three shows this Summer at the Meijer Garden Summer Concert Series have been revealed.

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We teach our kids to call 911 when they are in danger or need help, but will the police be able to find you if you need the police or an ambulance? What if that call for help was delayed because they can't locate you? You might be surprised to find out that sometimes an Uber driver can find you quicker than first responders. It's a call most of us will have to make at least once in our lives, but what if when you needed help they couldn't find you? "911 technology runs on a network that is almost 50 years old," said Karen Chadwick, communications manager for Grand Rapids Central Dispatch.

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