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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.
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
Michigan is cracking down on PFAS in wastewater plants
Michigan regulators are cracking down on municipal sewage plants in a bid to curb the amount of per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances called PFAS or PFCs passing through wastewater facilities into landfills and waterways that feed the Great Lakes. The Michigan Department of Environmental Quality wants sewage plants that treat industrial wastewater to find out which customers are using the robust class of toxic fluorochemicals that are polluting drinking water supplies around the state .Study Finds Delay in Initial Dementia Diagnosis
A new study has found that dementia patients are not undergoing evaluation at the onset of the dementia process, a delay that prevents early, beneficial treatment. The study, conducted by a multidisciplinary Spectrum Health neurology team, also found that home-based, patient-centered care may improve early screening and detection of dementia.Wyoming Public Schools superintendent retiring
Wyoming Public Schools Superintendent Thomas Reeder is retiring at the end of this school year, officials announced Tuesday, March 13. Reeder, who has been at the helm for seven seven years, has been with the district of 4,300-students for 27 years. "I have been extremely fortunate to work with staff who not only shared in an endless list of joys and proud moments, but worked tirelessly to make a difference in the Wyoming community,'' said Reeder, in a press release.Development authority to hear river restoration, downtown park updates
Plans to restore the Grand River's rapids and construct parks and others riverfront amenities in downtown Grand Rapids are beginning to take shape. On Wednesday, March 14, the Downtown Development Authority will hear progress reports from two groups working in coordination to reconstruct the riverbed and revamp public land along the river.Smart Shopper: Donate items for Goodwill, get Younkers coupons
Clean out your closets, save on new spring fashions and help transform lives in your local community! Talk about a great opportunity, right? From March 14-24, you can drop off clothing, shoes, accessories and household goods for Goodwill of Greater Grand Rapids at the Younkers store in Grandville in the Rivertown Crossing Mall . By doing so, you will receive three generous coupons for each item donated, for up to 30 percent off on apparel, 15 percent on cosmetics and fragrances to us at Younkers in-store and online.Report: Michigan third graders among worst readers in U.S.
A new report claims thirda graders here in Michigan are struggling when it comes to reading, even though the state has invested nearly $80 million over the last three years in early literacy. "We have readers coming in from Salvation Army coming in for K through 3. We have book competitions on every door right now.Researcher Wants to Interview Former Michigan Prisoners
Former Michigan prisoners may know the answer to staying out of prison and this researcher wants to interview them about their reintegration experiences. It will take more than thinking outside the proverbial box...Asking the people who have experienced this, may result in a whole new perspective on the matter."Chinese satellite falls toward Earth, odds of Michigan landing a very, very smalla
A Chinese space station getting closer to Earth could possibly land somewhere in West Michigan. The odds are incredibly small, but it has been enough to catch people's attention.Disasters declared for Michigan counties, cities hit by flooding
Snyder's announcement Monday impacts 17 counties as well as the cities of Grand Rapids and Lansing. The disaster declaration allows local governments to have access to state emergency resources, including grants of up to $100,000 for reimbursement of local response costs.Body of woman found in Grand Rapids identified
The body of Hillary Schihl, 26, was found at about 8:00 a.m. in the 500 block of Logan Street SE. Police called her death "suspicious."Taxes and your retirement
GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. When planning for your future and your retirement, there's a lot to think about - including taxes.Couple sentenced after wife's attempt to take fall in shooting
A Grand Rapids woman who attempted to take the fall for her husband following a summer 2017 shooting was sentenced Monday, March 12. Rhiannon Henriques, 34, was credited for time already served in jail, and sentenced to six months of probation for charges of resisting, obstructing and/or assaulting a police officer, aggravated assault and brandishing a firearm in public. Kent County Circuit Judge George Quist cited Rhiannon Henriques' full-time employment and lack of prior felony convictions as reasons to believe she can continue to be a productive member of society.I-96 closures planned as $10M highway project begins in Grand Rapids
Work begins this week on a highway construction project that will include closures of a busy stretch of Interstate 96 in Grand Rapids. The $10 million project focuses on a two-mile-long section of I-96 between West River Drive and Plainfield Avenue .Grants awarded to expand lead hazard control services
Nearly $4 million in grants to expand lead hazard control services to homes where someone is enrolled in Medicaid has been awarded to two Michigan communities and an agency that serves several counties. The state Health and Human Services department says Battle Creek and Grand Rapids each are getting $1.5 million.LaughFest 2018a s big opening weekend boasts FUNderwear
It's the big first weekend of LaughFest , a 10-day comedy festival with all kinds of activities throughout West Michigan. On Sunday, a FUNderwear run was held outside The Knickerbocker with people dressed in underwear and silly outfits for a good cause.Slain teen was 'energetic' and 'full of life,' family says at vigil
Colorful balloons with the words "RIP Mujey" floated to the sky Sunday morning in the middle of wooded area in Kalamazoo to honor a slain 16-year-old. Family members of Mujey Dumbuya placed flowers and crosses as a reminder of the spot where the teen's body was found in January.Police investigating womana s death in southeast GR
The Grand Rapids Police Department is investigating a woman's death outside a house on the city's southeast side Sunday morning. A GRPD sergeant at the scene in the 500 block of Logan Street SE told FOX 17 that a woman's body had been found outside a home Sunday morning and that the death is under investigation.
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