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About: kentwood, michigan

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
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.

News 34 mins ago 12:32 p.m.Booby-trap impales officer at medical marijuana grow operation

The person who set up a bed of screws to protect a marijuana grow operation, seriously injuring a Michigan police officer, might face charges if prosecutors can find a criminal statute that applies. It's harder than they thought.

NEWS Action Fabricators buys CSI Medical

Private-equity owned Action Fabricators Inc. of Grand Rapids, Mich., purchased CSI Medical Inc., a contract manufacturer in Gallatin, Tenn., for an undisclosed sum and will operate it as a wholly owned subsidiary. As part of the deal, which closed in 2016, CSI will manufacture and distribute disposable and non-disposable medical and health products for another Action subsidiary called Laminin Medical Products.

Womana s dying wish to pet a horse comes true

It's a wish that came true for an 87-year-old woman: she's battling cancer and all she wanted was to pet a horse. Phyllis Ryerson grew up loving horses.

Grand Rapids doggie daycare is recognized for its longtime clients

Haynes' "family" of nearly 100 dogs a day is what makes this local franchise of Camp Bow Wow stand out. The parent company has 135 sites across North America, and Haynes has the highest customer-retention length of all its franchisees.

'Thought-policing' claim fails as pastor accused in sex sting heads to trial

Kentwood District Court Judge William Kelly determined Thursday there's enough evidence to send a Grand Rapids pastor's case to circuit court after re-reading text messages between the pastor and an undercover officer. David Diehl, 39, said enough in the conversation with the detective to show he intended to attempt to commit criminal sexual conduct with whom he thought was an 11-year-old girl, the judge said.

Officer injured: Lands on 'bed of nails' at burglarized medical-marijuana facility

A police officer suffered serious injuries to his feet when jumped a fence and landed on a "board of nails" which was designed as a security device outside of a medical-marijuana facility, police said. Officer Dustin Cook was "severely injured" when he landed on a 4-by-8-foot board containing 3-inch deck screws, police said.

400 emails spurred by Trump travel ban prompts meeting on refugees

Four hundred emails have been sent to The Refugee Education Center since President Donald Trump's controversial travel ban, prompting officials to host a discussion Monday, Feb. 20, on refugees, including the impact on West Michigan. "We are trying to take this from the national level to the neighborhood level, so people know how the ban is impacting people right here and right now, how they are feeling about it, and how they should respond," said Susan Kragt, executive director of The Refugee Education Center, based in Kentwood.

Security camera catches porch package poacher in the act

Everyone hates when a package isn't delivered when it's expected. Even worse is when it's delivered on time, but someone else decides to help themselves to it.

Kentwood commissioner may take plea bargain in case of threatening call

Kentwood City Commissioner Steve Redmond may agree to a plea bargain in the case of a threatening call he allegedly made to a constituent. In Grand Rapids' 61st District Court Wednesday, Feb. 8, Redmond was offered to accept the charge against him for no jail time, court documents show.

Charity basketball game benefits family of fallen officer and deputya s son

Hundreds of people packed the stands at Kenowa Hills High School on Saturday for an annual basketball game honoring a fallen officer. Robert Kozminski was killed in the line of duty in 2007 in Grand Rapids.

What car buffs like at the Michigan International Auto Show

Sixth-grader Cole Westrate liked the blue Corvette with rally stripes when he came to DeVos Place on a field trip with mentor Walker Read of Caledonia High School. Grand Rapids Phil Geesey is a true blue Ford man who babies his 1986 Mustang.

McDonalda s robbery suspect charged, embezzlement charges at second restaurant

He's also facing an embezzlement charge, accused of stealing a plastic bag with thousands of dollars at a second McDonald's. Court documents obtained by FOX 17 News indicate Nelson was an employee at the 44th Street McDonald's when he allegedly stole $2,262.55 in a clear plastic bag on Jan. 20. Security footage shows Nelson enter the manager's office and steal the bag before putting it under his shirt.

Celebrating the Lunar New Year a Where You Livea

Families all over the world will be celebrating the Lunar New Year, including, right here in West Michigan. So Maranda went to check out how local families come together and celebrate.

Hearing delayed for pastor accused in sex exploitation sting

A Grand Rapids pastor accused of attempting to arrange a meeting with an 11-year-old girl for sex will face a slightly different set of charges when he returns to court next month. David Diehl's preliminary hearing was delayed Thursday morning after the prosecution submitted a second amendment to the charges filed against the 39-year-old Kentwood man.

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