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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.
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
Man sexually assaulted woman, 85, at senior living center, police say
A man who allegedly sexually assaulted an 85-year-old woman in her apartment at a senior center faces multiple felonies. Kelvin Lawrence Williams, 23, is charged with first-degree criminal sexual conduct, first-degree home invasion, assault with intent to commit great-bodily harm and being a third-offense habitual offender.Teen arrested for gun and drugs during traffic stop
A teenager was arrested after an officer discovered a handgun and marijuana in a vehicle during a traffic stop early Saturday morning. At 1:15 a.m. Saturday, a Kalamazoo Department of Public Safety officer conducted a traffic stop in the area of North Park and Hopkins.Praxis Acquires Unette to Progress in Packaging Services
The acquisition will expand Praxis' packaging solutions to include liquid, cream and paste products in tubes, bottles, jars and stick packs, while Unette will deepen its primary and secondary packaging offerings to include DSCSA-compliant serialization, tablet filling and more. Additionally, both companies plan to add jobs and grow the capacity at each location.DACA support rally held in Grand Rapids ahead of potential government shutdown
The group included Dreamers, people directly affected by the program, who say they're going to continue to make sure their voices are heard until Congress comes up with permanent legislation for DACA. Danny Caracheo, a Dreamer who attended the the rally, is also an active volunteer with the West Michigan Coalition for Immigration Reform.Holland police use drone, tracking dog in search for missing man
Police are asking for help finding a man last seen Sunday, Jan. 14, walking away from the area of 15th Street and Lincoln Avenue. Samuel Rodriguez, 22, has been living in Holland and recently lived in Grand Rapids but has had no known contacts with family or friends.Grand Rapids Show Focusing on Lightweight RVs
The Grand Rapids, Mich., Camper, Travel and RV Show at DeVos Place is bigger than ever, taking up all of the available floor space inside the convention center, the Grand Gallery and the Steelcase Ballroom. But, according to a report by MLive.com, Bruce Ter Veen, general manager of General RV Sales, said he expects the smaller and lighter RVs that can be towed by a van or SUV will get more attention than the humongous rolling palaces that are self-contained or need a heavy-duty pickup truck to haul them on a fifth-wheel.ACLU urges MSP to investigate I-94 traffic stops
When the NHL decided to stop sending its stars to the Olympics, it opened the door for a wider pool of people to live their dream. EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn.Martin Luther King: From Commemoration to Commitmentby Jim Wallis
"You are bringing politics into the church!" That is a frequently heard comment when pastors and community leaders bring things like MLK Day commemoration services into their churches. I asked the gathered audience at the Millbrook Christian Reformed Church in Grand Rapids, Mich., on Monday night if they had ever heard that question before.Mary Free Bed's new anti-gravity treadmill speeding up recovery
Ballet dancer Charlie Pietryga had to hang up her toe shoes when she suffered Morton's neuroma, a painful condition that affects the ball of the foot. But the 17-year-old from East Grand Rapids could be returning to the stage with the Grand Rapids Ballet's Junior Company thanks to new NASA-inspired technology at Mary Free Bed Rehabilitation Hospital.Search group makes its pick for Kent County's next administrator
Though the process was marked by a last-minute withdrawal, Kent County leaders tasked with finding a new county administrator made it clear Wayman Britt was their choice among the finalists for the position. "I think it's clear he's the right leader for the right time," said Sandi Frost Steensma, a former Kent County commissioner chosen to serve as chairwoman of the Kent County Administrator/Controller Recruitment Subcommittee.Family of toddler and grandmother killed in Grand Rapids wants answers
The family of a Grand Rapids woman and child killed in an apparent shooting this week is looking for answers and a sense of closure. Shantell Bulloch said she wants to know what led up to the death of her cousin, Germaine Brown, 46, and Brown's 2-year-old grandson, King Talbert, on Wednesday, Jan. 17. "We all have a lot of questions and we may never know what led up to it," Bulloch said of the two deaths that occurred at Brown's Montgomery Street home in southeast Grand Rapids.Police arrest suspect in 2017 rape case
Police say they arrested Xavier Davis, 31, was arrested earlier this week at the Grand Rapids bus terminal after an undercover operation. Police that investigators were able to identify Davis after they released a composite sketch of him on January 10 for a rape on December 28, 2017.Grand Rapids plans new parking lot for growing Madison Square businesses
The city of Grand Rapids is planning to build a new public parking lot in the Madison Square neighborhood as businesses begin to grow. Josh Naramore, the director of the city's Mobile GR department, said the new 36-space surface lot is the city's response to needs of businesses in the neighborhood.Suspect enters plea in police dog stabbing
A drive-by shooting suspect who authorities say stabbed and wounded a Michigan State Police dog in August has pleaded guilty in the case. The Daily News of Greenville reports 33-year-old Jose Perez Jr. of Grand Rapids entered pleas Wednesday in Montcalm County's Circuit Court in Stanton to firing a gun at a building and causing serious injury to a police dog.Community aids in womana s road to recovery, one card at a time
GRAND RAPIDS, Mich- The founder of Lori's Voice , a local non-profit dedicated to helping young people with disabilities, is on the road to recovery after she was hurt in a crash . David Hastings, her husband, was driving on Arthur Street when he failed to stop and was hit by Lawrence Weiss, 52, who was driving northbound on 48th Avenue.ArtPrize director resigns
The art competition that takes over downtown Grand Rapids for over two weeks each fall announced Wednesday that the Board of Directors accepted the resignation of Executive Director Christian Gaines. Jori Bennett, the ArtPrize Director of Business Development, will take over as Acting Director while a national search takes place for Gaines replacement.Bill aims to ban breed specific legislation in Michigan
Breed specific legislation is a controversial topic across the country, with a growing effort from animal groups to ban such initiatives. Now a Michigan lawmaker has introduced a bill that would prevent local governments from creating or enforcing policies based on a dog's breed or perceived breed.
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