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O'Sullivan: T.S. Eliot on the IRS Scandal
President Obama jets off to Las Vegas for a campaign speech in which he exclaims innocently: "Will no one rid me of this turbulent Tea Party?" At first there is no discernible response.
Mon May 20, 2013
Stormy forecast forces MDOT to postpone I-96 lane closures
A $2.2 million project to repair concrete along roughly 15 miles of I-96 has been postponed because of a stormy weather outlook.
Grand Rapids schools adopts teacher evaluation policy
Jaylin Garcia, left, and Maurico Ramirez, both of Grand Rapids, work on an activity in their first grade classroom on Thursday, March 22, 2012, at Sibley Elementary.
Thunderstorm sends flash flood waters into Fulton Street apartment building
Sally and Michael Triant, landlords at Waters House Apartments, direct residents to move their cars as the parking lot and entry level of the building floods on Monday, May 20.
Grand Rapids teachers receive $122,000 in grants for special, innovative classroom projects
GRAND RAPIDS, MI - The Grand Rapids Community Foundation is recognizing 34 Grand Rapids Public Schools teachers who received Good Classroom mini-grants for special and innovative classroom projects.
Vacant Harris Building in Heartside Neighborhood is gaining new life
The first floor of the Harris Building will be the new home of Local Epicurean, a locally-owned organic pasta company.
Dining Out restaurant review: Olive's in East Grand Rapids
Where: 2162 Wealthy St. SE, East Grand Rapids Hours: 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Monday-Thursday; 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. Friday; 4 p.m. to 11 p.m. Saturday.
WXMI-TV Grand Rapids
Police Launch New Campaign to Get Drivers to Buckle Up
GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. - In order to get more drivers to buckle up behind the wheel, police are launching a new campaign today that is aimed at helping drivers who have "buckle-phobia." It's a fictitious condition characterized as the fear of wearing seat belts, and it's part of the campaign.
Sun May 19, 2013
Julie Hoogland: Let's keep the momentum going on Andy's House
I recently told you about a project dear to scores of us who have worked at The Grand Rapids Press newsroom over the years.
Conservationist: Michigan's dunes are worth too much to develop
With the wind blowing sand over time, a sign of The White River Township Barrier Dunes Sanctuary has submerged into the sand as seen here on April 14, 2013.
WZZM-TV Grand Rapids
Celebrate Haitian Flag Day in Grand Rapids
Haitian Flag Day is officially celebrated on May 18, but there is one group here in West Michigan celebrating this weekend.
WZZM-TV Grand Rapids
Joint Rotary Conference wrapping up in Grand Rapids
This weekend a Rotary Joint District Conference called "peace through service" is in Grand Rapids.
Kidstruction Zone, Mayor's Bike Ride, Harry Belafonte on this edition of The Playlist
The playlist offers you three events to add to your social calendar every Thursday and Sunday on MLive.com and in The Grand Rapids Press.
MLive Top Five includes B.O.B. tragedies, President Bush visit, 'Cupcake Wars'
Former President George W. Bush was the keynote speaker Wednesday at the second annual West Michigan Aviation Academy's Leaders of Tomorrow Gala.
How to watch Powerball: Drawing, live results, winning numbers and more
Tonight's Powerball jackpot is at least $600 million, making it the largest in Powerball history and the second largest among U.S. Lottery jackpots.
Sat May 18, 2013
Man Sentenced In Drunk Driving Death Of 8-Year-Old Girl
A Grand Rapids man will spend up to 15 years in prison for the drunken driving death of an 8-year-old Detroit girl.
WXMI-TV Grand Rapids
a Build A Better Block GRa
GRAND RAPIDS, Mich.- It's called "Build A Better Block GR" and its all about re-inventing Grand Rapids.
Homicide victim Latrice Maze remembered by family, friends at memorial service
Wanda Rose, mother of Latrice Maze, looks upon her family and a photo of Maze at a memorial service held for her daughter.
Student Film Festival: West Michigan students could win most of Meijer's 20,000 in prizes
File Photo: More than $20,000 in prizes will be given to 18 Michigan high school students on Saturday, June 8, at Celebration Cinemas North, for their winning entries in the Meijer Great Choices Student Film Awards.