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Grand Rapids, Michigan is located in Kent County. Zip codes in Grand Rapids, MI include 49555, 49546, and 49503. The median home price in Grand Rapids is $309,900 which is roughly $91/per square foot. More Grand Rapids information.

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Potholes and taxes: Get your Grand Rapids ballot questions answered at MLive

Tired of a bumpy ride in Grand Rapids? Are you a city voter wondering whether to support a proposed tax to fix them that's on the May 6 ballot? Be sure to read the series of stories on the topic starting today on MLive and in The Grand Rapids Press.


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Save the bees: 'Raging Granny' urges Grand Rapids to ban pesticide

City commissioners are non-committal, but intrigued by a resident's plea to ban certain pesticides linked to the health of bees.


6 hrs ago | WXMI-TV Grand Rapids

Suspect On The Run Following Robbery At ATM

A suspect remains on the run following a robbery at an ATM at the Fifth Third Bank on Leonard Street in Grand Rapids.


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Another former Grand Rapids comptroller enters state House race

Stan Milanowski, who was city comptroller for 28 years, will seek the Republican nomination for the 76th District state House seat held by Democrat Winnie Brinks.


7 hrs ago | Northern Michigan News

Humphries to stand trial for death, serious impairment of two Marion teens

A Marion woman will stand trial for allegedly causing a crash that claimed the life of one teen and seriously injured another last fall.


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Art.Downtown 2014 dubbed a success, but organizers hope for better next year

"This was year five for the event, and we certainly noticed an increase in awareness about what the event is and what the Avenue for the Arts," said Jenn Schaub, neighborhood revitalization associate for Dwelling Place , the agency behind Avenue for the Arts.


Thu Apr 17, 2014

See which historic homes will be on the Heritage Hill Tour of Homes this spring

This spring's 45th Annual Heritage Hill Tour of Homes will feature seven private homes and two historic public buildings, the Heritage Hill Neighborhood Association announced this week.

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WTKG-AM Grand Rapids

Grand Rapids Hires New Director of Parks and Recreation

Grand Rapids has hired a new leader for the City's Parks and Recreation Department.


Watch the Pop Scholars take improv comedy to the streets of Grand Rapids

Pop Scholars is a four-man comedy team specializing in both short-form and long-form improv.


Downtown Grand Rapids boutique moving closer to customers

Downtown Grand Rapids boutique Lee & Birch is moving to the Wealthy Street business district to be closer to customers, and provide some free parking for shoppers.


Anti-bullying campaign and concert tour extends stay in Grand Rapids to perform four shows for GRPS

Teen Nation Tour recording artists have extended their anti-bullying campaign and concert tour two days to perform for students at four Grand Rapids schools, according to John Helmholdt, GRPS communications director.


Top 5 things to do in Grand Rapids include Record Store Day, Earth Day Celebration, and Easter events

Something for Easter, earth, and your ears are all waiting with this edition of the Top 5 things to do around Grand Rapids.


Northern Michigan News

Damage assessments under way; flooding continues to close roads

As the Muskegon River reached its crest in Osceola County and waters steadily receded on the Manistee River in northern Wexford County, emergency management officials reached out to make flood damage assessments in waterlogged areas.


Spring flooding, heavy rain and record cold

Spring flooding , heavy rain and record cold top the list of Michigan weather events on this day in history .


The Detroit News

Hollywood changes script, tempts religious audiences

Hollywood may be taking the Christian audience for movies seriously, judging by its roster of releases for 2014.


Wed Apr 16, 2014

Actors' Theatre Grand Rapids Presents God of Carnage, Now thru 4/26

Tonight, April 17, 2014, Actors' Theatre Grand Rapids will continue its 33rd season with God of Carnage by Yasmina Reza .


GRPS student docents lead visitors at unveiling of Harrison Park School art exhibition

On Wednesday, April 16, 10-year-old Amarize DeLeon, confidently approached visitors at Harrison Park School's unveiling of its Grand River-inspired art exhibition with a smile and eagerness to share her knowledge.


A Grand Rapids Griffins "Defend the Cup" logo on Van Andel Arena.

As Grand Rapids prepares to host American Hockey League Calder Cup playoff games, a sign at Van Andel Arena is championing the Griffins' mantra to defend the cup.


Gas Light Village losing two retailers to Breton Village

Hot Mama and lululemon Athletics will relocate to a 24,500 square foot building going up on an outlot of the shopping center at the corner of Breton Road and Burton Street.


Public education advocate, author Jamie Vollmer scheduled for 3-day speaking stint in Grand Rapids

Public education advocate and best selling author Jamie Vollmer will be in Grand Rapids for three days speaking about building support for public schools at free events, beginning Wednesday, April 30. "The underlying premise is that everybody in the audience has power but that power is rarely exercised," said Vollmer, Wednesday, April 16. "It is ... (more)



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