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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
Metro GR man charged with sexually assaulting teen

A 25-year-old who allegedly worked with young people at church and at a Boys and Girls Club is accused of criminal sexual conduct and accosting of a boy who was 14 and 15. Police in Walker and Grandville say Taurean Gregory Pruitt touched and manipulated the teen's genitals, asked the child for sex acts and performed a sex act in front of the child. Police say the acts occurred at Pruitt's apartment near 32nd Street SE and East Paris Avenue and an apartment south of Alpine Avenue NW and Four Mile Road.

Metro GR communities asked to consider 5-foot passing rule for bikes

Five suburban communities around Grand Rapids are being asked by local bike advocates to consider laws that would make it a ticketable offense to pass too close to a bicyclist on the road. They're calling on Wyoming, Walker, Kentwood, Grandville and East Grand Rapids to pass a law requiring drivers to give bicyclists a five-foot clearance when passing them on the road.

East Kentwood freshman earns statewide Youth of the Year Award

When Zsana Hoskins won the 2017 statewide Youth of the Year Award, she didn't tell any of the teachers at her school what she had accomplished. It was the latest example of the kind of humility that earned the East Kentwood High School freshman the annual award -- the first-ever given to a member of the Grand Rapids chapter of the Boys and Girls Club of America.

Several Family Dollar Stores Closing Wednesday, April 5

Stores on S. Washington Avenue in Holland and on 28th St. in Wyoming are on the chopping block. Stores are also slated to be shuttered in Kentwood, Grand Rapids, and Portage.

Apple opening new, bigger Grand Rapids store this weekend

Apple is finally ready to reveal what has been going on behind the massive black wall next to its longtime store in Woodland Mall. The tech giant plans to unveil a newly built 8,000-square-foot store at 10 a.m. on Saturday, April 8. "You'll love what we've done with the place," Apple wrote in a message on the store's website, announcing the "reopening."

Muskegon-area residents want a Trader Joe's - there's even a petition

A Muskegon-area resident is working to gather support to bring a Trader Joe's grocery store to the area. Connie Nesbary is using Facebook to reach out to various neighborhood groups, has created a petition on and is asking people to fill out the "Request a TJ's in My City" form on the Trader Joe's website.

Grand Rapids jeweler closing after a century

Thomas S. Fox Fine Jewelry Outlet, at 3090 28th St., will shutter in June. The store's going-out-of-business sale will begin in mid-April.

Shooting injures two women in Grand Rapids

The victims -- a 17-year-old Kentwood resident and an 18-year-old Grand Rapids resident -- both suffered non-life-threatening injuries. They were both transported to an area hospital for treatment.

Calvin women's golf in 7th place at Trine University Spring Classic

The Calvin women's golf team is in seventh place through day one of the Trine University Spring Classic at the Zollner Golf Course.

Police search for missing 8-year-old from Kentwood

Police say the report came in at around 10:35 p.m. for Thomas Ryan Brooks, 8, who went missing from his home on Pine Place Ct. near Madison Ave and 60th St. The boy's mother believes he left the residence at approximately 10:00 p.m. The child's blue and white BMX bicycle is also missing, so he may be riding his bike. Thomas may also have an iPad with him.

Kentwood PD searching for missing boy, 8

Police say Thomas Brooks has not been seen since around 10 p.m. Thursday at his home on Pine Place Court, near Madison Avenue and 60th Street. His mother believes he left his home around that time.

Speeds reached 116 mph before deadly crash during police chase

The teen fleeing police before causing a deadly crash reached speeds of 116 mph, a prosecutor said Thursday, March 30. Alejandro Benitez Torrez, 17, was ordered held in the Kent County Jail on $1 million bond at his video arraignment before Kentwood District Judge William Kelly. He is charged with second-degree murder in the deaths of his passenger, David Torrez, a 15-year-old cousin, and Tara Oskam, a 21-year-old junior at Calvin College.

One of Grand Rapids' youngest convicted killers earns expanded freedom

A Kent County judge has approved increased home visits for a 20-year-old Kentwood man convicted of murder almost seven years ago. Judge Daniel Zemaitis ordered Mann's supervised home visits be extended from one 24-hour trip each month to two 48-hour trips each month to help with his likely eventual transition to life after imprisonment.

Teen in police chase charged with murder in crash killing Calvin student, passenger

A teen who crashed his car during a police chase, killing a passenger and another motorist, has been charged with two counts of second-degree murder, Kent County Prosecutor Chris Becker said Wednesday, March 29. Alejandro Benito Torrez, who turned 17 four days ago, is charged as an adult. He is expected to be arraigned Thursday, March 30, in Kentwood District Court.

Prosecutor: Teen driver to face 2nd degree murder charges in crash

The Kent County Prosecutor has authorized charges against a teen who led police on a chase that led to a crash killing two people. Alejandro "Alex" Torrez, 16, will be charged as an adult, according to Prosecutor Chris Becker.

Deadly police chase crash suspect in jail awaiting charges

A teen accused of leading state police on a pursuit that ended in a deadly crash in Kentwood is out of the hospital and behind bars. KENTWOOD, Mich.

Puppy boutique's new West Michigan location drawing protests

David Boelkes hasn't given up on his dream of opening the Barking Boutique, which he sees as a better way to shop for designer puppies. After protests cost him locations in Muskegon and Kentwood, the young entrepreneur is readying a storefront in downtown Grandville for a spring opening.

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