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"We just put in things we like," says De Vries, standing in the spacious kitchen of their 9,800-square-foot mansion built on 12 acres between Ada and Grand Rapids.
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Our Brewing Company owner Trevor Doublestein rode all the way from Holland to Grand Rapids, where he hand-delivered the first tapped kegs of Unicorn IPA.
The 25th Annual Holiday Artists' Market is this Friday and Saturday at the Urban Institute of Contemporary Arts in downtown Grand Rapids.
Ottawa High School School student Jamaal Dunlap listened intently Friday, Dec. 6, during a "Connect with the Military" workshop at the "Turn It Up!" conference Grand Rapids schools held for seniors to prepare them for life after high school.
A man accused of beating and raping a 77-year-old woman in her Southeast Side house in September told an earlier rape victim that he liked older women, court records showed.
After a months-long investigation, police have arrested two suspects who allegedly created and sold fake documents, including fraudulent permanent residency cards and Social Security cards, federal records show.
Two people living in a Grand Rapids home are finding alternative housing after a suspected arson on the city's southeast side late Thursday evening.
GRAND RAPIDS, Mich.- It's hard for so many to believe that Nelson Mandela is gone.
A 38-year-old sex offender was arrested Thursday, Dec. 5, in connection with the disappearance of a Jenison teenager who has since been returned unharmed to her parents.
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A 123 year old building in the heart of downtown has new life following a $4 million dollar investment from 616 Development.
Jennifer Sumner didn't know what she was after a few years ago when she started exploring different religions.
After police announced that Tasha Charlton, 41, had walked away from her work assignment at the Kent County Animal Shelter on Wednesday, they got a tip on her location.
Choirs sing Christmas carols, orchestras play music from Tchaikovsky's "Nutcracker," and choirs and orchestras together perform Handel's "Messiah."
The Exelis radio dispatch console system, called Switch plusIP A , will enable both call centers to support emergency calls even if one of the centers requires an evacuation.