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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 accused of robbing multiple gas stations and a bank offered a plea deal

Jacob Savickas, a man accused of robbing multiple gas stations and a bank in Kent County, has been offered a plea deal. Grand Rapids District Court records show that Savickas, 33, waived a probable cause hearing Tuesday, Aug. 22 in lieu of the deal.

a Post-eclipse hypochondria,a how to tell if you damaged your eyes

Millions watched the Great American Eclipse and perhaps not surprisingly, less than 24 hours later, Google searches for things like "my eyes hurt" are on the rise. Some are calling it "post-eclipse hypochondria.

Retiring pastor a fought for the one who called mea

Rev. Clifton Rhodes Jr. has stood behind the pulpit at Messiah Missionary Baptist Church in Grand Rapids for nearly half a century. But after 45 years as head pastor at the city's oldest black Baptist church, Rhodes is officially hanging up his robes.

Man charged in Grand Rapids stabbing, shooting

A man suspected of shooting a person and stabbing another in Grand Rapids last week was arraigned in 61st District Court today. Jaquarius Littlejohn, 23, was charged on multiple counts, including armed robbery, first degree home invasion, assault with intent to do great bodily harm less than murder, felon in possession of a firearm, carrying a concealed weapon and felon firearm.

Man who robbed Wyoming bank twice sentenced to prison

A West Michigan man who robbed the same Wyoming bank twice in two weeks has been sentenced to prison time. Joseph Ellsworth, 32, of Grand Rapids, was ordered to serve 14 years in federal prison for bank robbery, according to a Michigan U.S. Attorney's Office release.

Crash on US-131 causes super jam during morning commute

A crash that blocked several lanes of southbound US-131 caused a mega traffic jam on both 131 and eastbound I-96 Tuesday morning. The crash, located just north of I-196 in downtown Grand Rapids, blocked the left two lanes, forcing four lanes of traffic into one.

GVSU student joins United Way staff

The Students LIVE UNITED program provides high school students in Ottawa County with the support and tools they need to engage in local volunteer opportunities, track their hours, build leadership skills and earn recognition. Kamille is in her final year at Grand Valley State University in the Hospitality and Tourism Management program with an emphasis in Meeting and Event Management.

Town hall held for equal parenting bill

Dozens of people gathered at Studio D2D in Grand Rapids to discuss legislation that pushes for equal parenting time for divorced couples. It's called the "Shared Parenting Act" and was introduced by State Representative Jim Runestad of White Lake.

When being a doctor was not an option, she became a nurse

In 1944, when Vija Vilks was 15, she and her family left her native Latvia to escape Russian occupation. They started to leave by land, but Vija told her dad she had a dream that the family should leave by sea.

Judge: Michigan lawmakers must turn over records to Tesla

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Open murder charge pursued against suspect in fatal crash last week

The prosecutor is seeking an open murder charge against the man they say caused a fatal crash last week in Norton Shores after he was fleeing police. Victor Eugene Thompson, 37, of Grand Rapids is accused of causing the crash Thursday that killed Duane Quigg, 92, of Norton Shores.

Grand Rapids police, Boys & Girls Clubs to start training program

The department is expanding its partnership with Boys & Girls Club Youth Commonwealth Partners to start a new mentoring and training program. "The Grand Rapids Police Department and the city of Grand Rapids have a strong commitment to building a more diverse police department - one that is reflective of the community we serve," said Grand Rapids Police Chief David Rahinsky in a statement.

Man shot by police during traffic stop faces felony charge

A 26-year-old Grand Rapids man shot by a police officer last week in Gaines Township faces arraignment on a felony charge today. Cordero Eugene Barnes, 26, is scheduled for an afternoon video arraignment Monday, Aug. 21, in the 63rd District Court in Grand Rapids.

M-6 westbound to close on Saturday

BYRON TOWNSHIP, Mich. - A new phase of the reconstruction of M-6 in Kent and Ottawa counties will begin Saturday, August 26. The westbound side of the highway will be closed between Wilson Avenue and I-196.

Ottawa Co. deputies searching for missing woman

Ottawa County sheriff's deputies are asking for the public's help in finding a missing 76-year-old Holland Township woman. Deputies say Moveta Posma was last seen between 1-1:30 p.m. Sunday.

Michigan family makes trip to see eclipse

Hopkinsville expecting over hundreds of thousands of people from all over the country and the Simons' family making that trek to see the eclipse, but not from a state nearby. "We're from Grand Rapids Michigan it took us about 8 hours to drive here.

Michigan Man Gets Probation For Threatening To Kill Children - And Jews

A Michigan man who used Twitter to threaten to kill children and Jews in mass shooting attacks was sentenced to two years of probation. A judge in Grand Rapids, Michigan, on Thursday gave David Lenio, 29, the probation sentence after giving him credit for the four months he served in jail after his February arrest, which ended after his trial in June.

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