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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 12-02-2013 under NONPROFITS
A “depaving” ceremony at Pleasant Park will celebrate the start of construction on a project several years in the making to replace a 2.4 acre parking lot with a new city park in the Heritage Hill and South Hill neighborhoods.
Submitted 11-12-2013 under NEWS
Well House is raising awareness of homelessness in Kent county with a campaign called 19:1 which reflects the ratio of vacant houses to homeless persons.
Submitted 10-30-2013 under NONPROFITS
Local teens help raise awareness about the dangers of buying alcohol for minors
Submitted 06-04-2013 under NONPROFITS
Three of GRIL's graduates go on to graduate from Calvin College.
Submitted 05-19-2013 under OPINION
The Rapidian expands my neighborhood, and connects me to the broader community around me. Join me in supporting their grassroots, people-powered efforts.
Submitted 03-21-2013 under NONPROFITS
Great Lakes Commonwealth of Letters is a new literary nonprofit in Grand Rapids with big ambitions.
Submitted 12-17-2012 under NEWS
A proposed tax assessment for a park in the South Hill neighborhood will be considered and open for public comment at the Grand Rapids City Commission meeting on Tuesday, December 18, at 7 p.m.
Submitted 10-29-2012 under VOICES
As a fire blazed in a home just doors down, Rapidian citizen journalists captured firefighter's efforts. This is citizen journalism. And I am proud.
Submitted 10-28-2012 under NEWS
A fire at Franklin by Eastern erupted Sunday afternoon, bringing seven firetrucks and alarming neighbors.
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