A rare bird sighting just west of Ann Arbor has lured hundreds of bird watchers from all over the Midwest to Scio Township to view it and take photographs.
The Archdiocese of Detroit says an allegation that a priest who died in 1994 sexually abused a child at some point has been found to be credible.
At its September meeting, Tri-Cities Women Who Care voted to present their checks totaling $27,000 to the Grand Haven Musical Fountain Audio Project.
This month, 13 sites across West Michigan will be collecting shoebox gifts for children overseas during Operation Christmas Child’s National Collection Week, which runs Nov. 12-19.
To thank veterans, active duty and reserve military personnel for their service, many restaurants and businesses are offering free meals and more this weekend. Even the federal government is kicking in freebies.
Josh Bytwerk takes over for Larry Ritsema, who has been acting as the interim executive director for the past six months.
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In support of Domestic Violence Awareness Month, The Mary Kay Foundation awarded $3 million in grants to 150 domestic violence shelters across the country.
Looking north to Cape Foulweather on the Oregon coast, one is first impressed by the 500-foot abutment of bare rock jutting out into the Pacific Ocean.
Grassroots effort seeks to correct the injustice in the justice system for victims of domestic violence
Police say they haven’t had any complaints about pantyhose littering Lakeshore Drive, but some local residents say the discarded clothing has been showing up on the roadway south of Robbins Road randomly for five years now.
Ferry Voyager School students raced to be the first to try out new play equipment at East Grand River Park on Monday.
There are dozens of gyms and health clubs across West Michigan, but the Tri-Cities Family YMCA takes a more active role in the community, according to its supporters.