On his blog, the Rev. Jared Cramer recently reposted what was originally written nearly a decade ago. It later worked its way into his book, “Scribere Orare Erat.”
One of the main reasons I took my new job was because of the lure of a single word in the position’s description: flexibility.
Prior to the sexual abuse scandal that has rocked Michigan State University, chances are you probably hadn't paid much attention to its Board of Trustees.
In October 2017, a local board shop called Wind, Waves and Wheels (also known as W3) based out of Kentwood closed their doors for good after 33 years of selling snowboards to the greater Grand Rapids community.
My first job fresh out of college was as a vocational home economics teacher. This was a job I truly loved.
It shouldn't take a law and the threat of prison to make us stand up for kids. But if that is what it takes, passing that law has to be the Michigan Legislature's first priority.
St. Valentine himself is said to have sent the first “valentine” — from prison, of all places!
Believe or not, Detroit is still a very hot tourist destination, but city officials are making it more difficult for you to stay there as well as allowing its residents to offer places to stay.
Gov. Rick Snyder's final budget proposal last week recapped how far the state has come since he took office in 2011, and it also served as a testament to how responsible budgeting can lead to increased investments in priorities such as education and roads.
One year ago today, we adopted our goldendoodle Lucy. She was abused, neglected, skinny and scared.
The death of newspapers is “greatly exaggerated.”
The explosion of technology is changing how kids learn, interact, communicate, play and sleep. It’s a new world for parents and educators.
You don't always have to fight your city hall; sometimes city hall listens to its residents and does the right thing.
I, along with most residents of the area, have been taken aback by the sudden surge in commercial real estate transactions in the village.
Federal tax reform has brought with it an opportunity for Michigan residents to get a tax cut, but it's no sure thing and a fiscal drama is now playing out in Lansing.