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Located on the Grand River approximately 30 miles from Lake Michigan, it was nicknamed the "Furniture City," because the major industry in Grand Rapids was once furniture production. However, the city and surrounding communities are more economically diverse today, and contribute heavily to the health care, automotive, and consumer goods manufacturing industries, among others.

Population: 197800
Local Newspapers: Grand Rapids Press
Local Sports Teams: West Michigan Whitecaps (Single A Baseball) Grand Rapids Griffins (AHL - Hockey)
Local Colleges: Grand Valley State University Ferris State University

Zip Codes associated with grand rapids, michigan: 49503 49504 49505 49506 49507 49508 49509 49512 49525 49544 49548
Towns/Cities near grand rapids, michigan : Walker Comstock Park Northview Rockford Forrest Hills Kentwood Cutlerville Jenison Hudsonville

Grand Rapids News
Man who injured Grand Rapids officer has history of assaulting police

A 52-year-old Grand Rapids man who injured a police officer while resisting arrest this week has a history of fighting with city officers. Sullivan Scott Allen was arrested Wednesday, Oct. 18, after police said he got into a scuffle with a 21-year-old officer in Heartside Park, near downtown.

Michigan man charged after threatening Las Vegas-like shooting

A 37-year-old Grand Rapids man has been charged with threatening to shoot the employees of a business after he was denied a job due to his criminal history. During a phone conversation with a Teleperformance USA employee, David Seastrom said he would kill everyone "just like they did in Vegas" as they walked out of the business on Horizon Drive SE in Cascade Township, according to an arrest affidavit filed at the 61st District Court.

Girls now have the option to join Boy Scouts and that's a good thing

In this May 23, 2012 file photo, Natalie Benson, 5, and Holly Sweezer, 6, carry extra flags as Boy and Girl Scouts place flags on each of the 5,000 headstones at the Grand Rapids Veterans State Cemetery in Grand Rapids, Mich. Last Wednesday, the Boy Scouts of America came to the decision to welcome girls into their ranks.

City picks Indianapolis firm to lead 201 Market redevelopment proposal

A city committee has selected an Indianapolis firm out of a pool of three finalists to move forward in negotiations with the city of Grand Rapids for the city's riverfront property at 201 Market Ave. Flaherty & Collins Properties was selected over REDICO of Southfield and Rockford Construction of Grand Rapids to move forward into the next phase of review. The firm will now undergo an intensive "due diligence" period that's expected to last four to six months, city officials announced Wednesday, Oct. 18. The firm was selected by an evaluation committee made up of city staff, Downtown Development Authority and Downtown Grand Rapids Inc. representatives, the Hispanic Center of Western Michigan and the city's consultant on the project, JLL.

DeVos praises Trump tax plan, criticizes 'sycophants of the system' in Grand Rapids speech

Promoting school choice has been a marquee issue for Education Secretary Betsy DeVos. But speaking Wednesday night in Grand Rapids, she said states - not the federal government - should lead the charge in expanding educational options for children.

Betsy DeVos speech in Grand Rapids draws protesters who heckle attendees

Protesters carrying anti-Betsy DeVos signs and shouting loudly heckled several people entering a downtown Grand Rapids event where she spoke Wednesday. The protesters mostly shouted "shame on you" at various people entering the venue, but at times were more vicious.

Betsy DeVos speech in Grand Rapids draws protesters who heckle attendees

Protesters carrying anti-Betsy DeVos signs and shouting loudly heckled several people entering a downtown Grand Rapids event where she spoke Wednesday. About 30 protesters showed up outside DeVos Place prior to the national education secretary's speech at the Acton Institute's annual dinner.

Pilot sentenced for operating aircraft while under alcohol influence

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich - A Florida man who was preparing to fly a plane while under the influence of alcohol has been sentenced in federal court. Sean Fitzgerald, 36, of Boca Raton, was arrested in August 2016 when the pilot he was to fly with noticed Fitzgerald had slurred speech, the smell of alcohol on his breath, and bloodshot eyes.

Local startup aims to help families with elderly parents and doctor visits

A new business opened this week in Grand Rapids, designed to help families help their elderly parents with their doctor's appointments. P.E.A.C.E of Mind provides transportation to and from appointments and also provides a registered nurse to go along to make sure the client understands the procedures and information they get at those appointments.

2017 Grand Rapids City Commission 3rd Ward candidate: Senita Lenear

Senita Lenear is running for a second term in her Third Ward seat on the nonpartisan Grand Rapids City Commission. Voters will decide in the Nov. 7 general election if Lenear will be re-elected and keep her spot on the commission.

Cameras played integral role - good and bad - in prosecutor's crash cover-up: report

A police internal affairs report shows that cameras played an integral role -- good and bad -- in the November 2016 cover-up of an assistant prosecutor's wrong-way crash. The Grand Rapids Press/MLive Media obtained a copy Tuesday, Oct. 17 of the investigative report into the actions of former Grand Rapids police Lt.

It's Not Easy, But You Must Get Your Mammogram

As a quadriplegic for 34 years, my diagnosis in 2010 was the last thing I expected. I had dealt with a multitude of health issues, but cancer wasn't even on my radar.

Swing Along: Girl gets patent on invention, using proceeds to help fight cancer

A 7th grader in East Grand Rapids has come up with an invention to help make playing in the backyard and park more fun. "I was playing on the playground when I was little, and I wanted my doll to swing with me and it wasn't staying, it kept falling off," Sarah Najar told FOX 17. To prevent that from happening, Sarah and her dad cut up some Tupperware and used strings to tie it to the swing.

Man shot in leg while walking along Thomas Street in southeast Grand Rapids

Grand Rapids Police say a man was shot once in the lower leg Tuesday evening, but they're not sure who fired the gun. It happened just after 6 o'clock, in the 1100 block of Thomas Street SE.

Police in prosecutor's crash cover-up 'neglected duty:' Internal Affairs

Almost as soon as police showed up at the scene of a now-ex-prosecutor's crash, officers began to cover up for his apparent intoxication, an Internal Affairs report said. Lt. Matt Janiskee, who has been fired, and officers Thomas Warwick and Adam Ickes, who were suspended, worked to mislead any future investigators after former Assistant Kent County Prosecutor Josh Kuiper crashed his 2014 Toyota Tacoma into a parked car while driving the wrong-way on a one-way street.

Room dedication ceremony held at Ford airport

Several elected officials and community representatives were present. Peter Secchia was a close friend and former Ambassador to Italy.

'I knew something wasn't right': Mom's instincts save baby's life

After hosting a two-day conference at work, Brenda Vronko felt exhausted . Organizing the event always tired her, but at 36 weeks pregnant , she felt more worn down than usual.

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