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The Grand Rapids Taxpayers Association has filed a lawsuit to block the city's "street tax" election in May. The Association's Jeff Stineport tells WOOD Radio the city missed the deadline to get its ballot language approved.
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A group that opposes a city streets tax has filed suit in Kent County Circuit Court to keep the proposal from appearing on the May 6 ballot.
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GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. - Forest Hills Public Schools conducted an investigation to determine the cause of a bus fire back in November.
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Its purpose was to promote dental health by reducing the incidence of tooth decay.
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Michigan's Governor Rick Snyder says our state is "doing the basics" and that's why the comeback is underway.
This year she was part of the festival's successful attempt to set a new record for the greatest number of people wearing sunglasses in the dark.
People look at Sessilanoid, a sculpture by James Peterson of Los Angeles at the Grand Rapids Art Museum during Artprize in Grand Rapids, MI onFriday, September 20, 2013.
The mother of murder suspect Javonte Higgins took the witness stand Thursday morning, in the Grand Rapids courtroom where Higgins is on trial.
This year's headliners may be comedy royalty but it's the reason behind the big stage and bright lights that makes this comedy festival special.
Grand Rapids Public Schools graduated nearly half of the class of 2013 on time, boosting its graduation rate about three percentage points, according to recently released state data.
The annual ArtPrize competition in Grand Rapids changes its awards for this year's competition, doubling the amount of a top prize selected by art experts.
The City of Grand Rapids says it's now OK to annoy thy neighbor. A section of the city code stating that "no person shall willfully annoy another person," is set to be struck from the books after 38 years next Tuesday, and it's about time, says the city attorney.
Motorists' commutes along U.S. 131 and I-96 will change in the years ahead, and it's up to the community to help decide how it could be impacted.
Opponents of a ballot issue appearing before Grand Rapids voters in May argue city leaders failed to have county and state officials certify that question properly.
GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. It's still cold and gray outside, but you can start thinking warm weather and spring flowers at the Home and Garden Show! It's back for its 35 season at DeVos Place on March 6 through March 9. The show has everything for your home and garden that you'll ever need.