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A suburb of Grand Rapids, Kentwood was incorporated in 1967. The area is named for Kent County. Kentwood's Fire Department was existed just as long as Kentwood itself and is a completely volunteer department. Paul Henry Rail Trail funs through Kentwood and is a part of the North County National Scenic Trail, which goes from New York to North Dakota stretching 4,600 miles in all.

Population: 45255
Local Newspapers: The Grand Rapids Press
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Zip Codes associated with kentwood, michigan: 49508 49512 49548
Towns/Cities near kentwood, michigan : Wyoming Cutlerville Byron Center Caledonia Jenison Hudsonville

Kentwood News
Report: Ex-commissioner left work early before threatening phone call

"We haven't played a team that got up into us in a minute. It's hard to simulate that in practice," Derrick Walton Jr. said.

Klingman's Furniture expands into Holland after merger

For the first time in its 121-year-old history, Grand Rapids-based Klingman's Furniture & Design has expanded west into the Holland market. "The concept I have instead of having aircraft carrier-sized building filled with furniture is trying to have good size operations in more than one marketplace," said Jason Israels, president of the Klingman's.

Kentwood man arrested for 2nd time in a month in Wyoming

Police say they were called to 28th Street and Taft Avenue on March 12 on reports of suspected drug activity. There, they found 19-year-old Tyquan Karim Hassel.

Backlash puts proposed Grand Rapids pet limits on hold

Grand Rapids' First Ward City Commissioner Dave Shaffer is backpedaling on a proposed household pet limit that he publicly introduced last week. Wednesday the city announced it would be cancelling the March 28 public hearing on the proposed pet limits at Shaffer's request.

Deadly police chase crash suspect was driving mom's car

The teenaged boy who police say led them on a chase that ended in a deadly crash does not have a driver's license and was behind the wheel of his mother's car, records show. Alejandro Torrez, 16, was seriously injured Saturday night in the crash that killed two people .

Calvin College remembers student killed in crash

Oskam, 21, was killed when a car being pursued by Michigan State Police hit her vehicle at 52nd Street and Broadmoor. Oskam and a passenger in the vehicle, David Torrez, 15, died at the scene.

Michigan police: Chase that ended with 2 dead was justified

State police say a trooper followed agency protocol in a high-speed chase in western Michigan that ended with a crash that killed two people. Lt. Chris McIntire says he reviewed in-car video and talked with the trooper following the chase, which began Saturday night with an attempted traffic stop of a car going 90 mph in Kentwood, near Grand Rapids.

MSP: Chase that ended in fatal crash was justified

Michigan State Police say that the officer that was pursuing a fleeing vehicle Saturday night before a fatal crash was following department protocol. The crash happened after 10:00pm on Broadmoor at 52nd Street in Kentwood.

Boyfriend came upon deadly crash minutes later

After she was killed in a crash with a driver fleeing police, Tara Oskam's boyfriend is left to wonder what difference a couple of minutes might have made. Saturday night, Michigan State Police say, a car that troopers had tried to pull over led them on a chase and then collided with Oskam's vehicle at the intersection of 52nd Street and Broadmoor Avenue in Kentwood.

Police chase ends in two deaths Sunday, March 12

KENTWOOD A short high speed chase with police in Kent County has resulted in two fatalities, including an innocent Calvin College student. State Police tried to pull a car over in the city of Kentwood at about 10 pm Saturday.

Police chase ends in two deaths

KENTWOOD A short high speed chase with police in Kent County has resulted in two fatalities, including an innocent Calvin College student. State Police tried to pull a car over in the city of Kentwood at about 10 pm Saturday.

More charges in case where officer was impaled by booby trap

Criminal charges have been filed against the operator of a marijuana grow facility where a Wyoming officer was severely injured by a homemade booby trap. Officer Dustin Cook remains off the job after his feet were impaled by screws, but the recent charges have nothing to do with his injury.

Police: Shooting suspect arrested after Kentwood standoff

Grand Rapids Police say a man has been arrested in connection with a shooting that left a 24-year-old man critically injured. The 35-year-old suspect was arrested in the 4800 block of Arbor Lane SE in Kentwood after a 4-hour standoff, police said in a release.

Here are the winners of the Pick of the Flicks 2017 Oscar contest

Emerging victorious is one man, Michael Steinman of Twin Lake, near Muskegon. Actually, "victorious" is too weak of a word.

Proposed Grand Rapids ordinance would limit cats and dogs in households

The City of Grand Rapids is considering an ordinance that would limit the number of cats and dogs a resident could keep in their home. There are currently no limits on how many cats and dogs can live under one roof.

Truck shop fined $2,500 for spilling diesel into Plaster Creek

Zamzam Haji wondered why she kept smelling gasoline whenever she went outside last week. The smell wasn't overpowering, but it was distinct.

Dave & Busters Reviewing Dress Code After American Legion Riders Controversy

American Legion Riders say they were told they couldn't wear 'gang-affiliated' jackets at a Dave & Buster's outlet in Michigan. The American Legion Riders are an offshoot of the American Legion veterans' organization, conceived in Michigan in 1993 by a pair of longtime riders who wanted to form a motorcycle enthusiasts association within the organization: American Legion Riders chapters are well known for their charitable work, which has raised hundreds of thousands of dollars for local children's hospitals, schools, veterans homes, severely wounded servicemembers and scholarships.

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