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As friends remembered the 52-year-old Grand Rapids man Thursday - a day after he was struck and killed by a car while riding his bicycle in Ada Township - they spoke in admiration of his ability to connect with others.
The treasurer of a Kenowa Hills Schools music booster program allegedly fabricated bank letters in an effort to cover up debits made booster account.
The man who was at the Grandville Planet Fitness center with his wife when he decided to make his way into the ceiling so he could have a look at woman in another booth has pleaded guilty to surveilling an unclothed person.
The American Red Cross says it is still deciding when it will close its shelter for people affected by Sunday night's storm and tornado in the southern metro Grand Rapids area.
One of the people at the Kentwood District Court who collected fines from lawbreakers will now be paying fines of her own after admitting to embezzling from her employer.
Somewhat bleary-eyed and perhaps a tad skinnier, the first thing Puckett did when he arrived at his aunt's house was lay down on the cold, wooden floor and sleep.
Four days after a tornado blew through Kent County, Ideal Park remains closed indefinitely.
Kent County Sheriff's deputies released the name of the bicyclist hit and killed by an alleged drunk driver Wednesday in Ada Township.
Dale and Alice Gant had a sinking feeling Wednesday night as they sat home and waited for Dale's brother, Steve Jones, to arrive from work.
As the clean up continues in Southern Kent County, help continues to pour in from across West Michigan, and even the world.
A 52-year-old Grand Rapids man was killed Wednesday night when an SUV struck his bicycle in Ada Township.
The American Red Cross of West Michigan plans to distribute cleanup kits to people whose homes were damaged by recent severe weather in the state.
County officials say Sunday's tornado that ripped through Wyoming and Kentwood caused an estimated $4.5 million in damage to about 300 structures.
The ramp from northbound US-131 to eastbound Stadium Drive is closed through July 21. All other ramps are open.
In case you haven't checked the mail, summer property tax bills went out this month.
Updated: Sun Jul 13, 2014 05:05 am
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