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Submitted 04-22-2014 under LOCAL LIFE
Located on the corner of Plainfield and Leonard, the Choo Choo Grill allows visitors to indulge in classic cheeseburgers in a tight-knit environment.
Submitted 03-11-2014 under NONPROFITS
This is part two in a series about the Grand Rapids Housing Rehabilitation and Grant Program. Part one told of Sharon Zils' broken furnace that led to her interest in the program. This installment talks about the application process.
Submitted 03-04-2014 under NONPROFITS
Come walk, run, roll, and fundraise with Paws With A Cause at the upcoming Fifth Third River Bank Run on May 10, 2014.
Submitted 02-25-2014 under OPINION
Will the Northeast side lose a grocery gem?
Submitted 01-15-2014 under NONPROFITS
Self defined as part of the "working poor," Creston neighbor describes her experiences replacing her furnace in the cold of spring.
Submitted 01-07-2014 under NEWS
From January 2 through the end of the month, residents can bring their Christmas trees to one of four city park locations for free disposal.
Submitted 12-18-2013 under NONPROFITS
Where are all the monarch butterflies going? What can we do to stop them from disappearing?
Submitted 12-11-2013 under VOICES
Megan Brown shares what it's like to have amnesia. She knows: when she was 16, she lost almost three years of her life after a seizure.
Submitted 12-10-2013 under NEWS
A long-awaited bicycle route will be constructed next year on Grand Rapids’ West Side. The route is approximately three-and-a-half miles and will link Kent Trails with the Fred Meijer White Pine State Trail.
Submitted 11-26-2013 under NEWS
WMEAC's first film in the 2013-14 series will show at Celebration Cinema North.
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