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COVID-19 Updates

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3 hours 35 min ago
Gov. Whitmer expands face covering requirement in Michigan; Grand Rapids Community College details plans for fall semester; and "Women’s Way" public art project honoring local women leaders begins in Grand Rapids. More
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2 weeks 3 days ago
Kent County Health Department urges vigilance as Kent County's decline in new COVID-19 cases hits plateau; Grand Rapids Public Library launches GRPL To Go curbside pickup service; and Grand Rapids Pride Festival 2020 cancelled over pandemic concerns. More
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2 weeks 5 days ago
'Social zones' open in Grand Rapids to aid restaurant recovery; Kent County and Grand Rapids Chamber launch Small Business Recovery Program for local businesses impacted by pandemic; and Heart of West Michigan United Way adds more in-person volunteer opportunities to website. More
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3 weeks 3 days ago
Grand Rapids leaders further detail police reform plans, Grand Rapids’ Fourth of July fireworks cancelled, UICA moving to The Fed Galleries at KCAD amid pandemic strains, Grand Rapids Community College waiving online course fees next school year, and more statemtents issued June 15-17. More
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3 weeks 5 days ago
Grand Rapids Public Museum reopening in July, Grand Rapids Coalition to End Homelessness launches online dashboard with local homelessness data, and Michigan Department of State launches online absentee voter application. More
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4 weeks 1 day ago
Michigan salons and barbershops reopening Monday, most Kent County offices reopening Monday, and LINC UP, Urban Core Collective, and NAACP Grand Rapids respond to city leaders' changes to improve policing. More
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4 weeks 3 days ago
Grand Rapids leaders announce operational changes to improve policing, ArtPrize 2020 cancelled over pandemic concerns, and Grand Rapids Windows project turns downtown Grand Rapids' boarded windows into murals promoting racial justice. More
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4 weeks 5 days ago
Grand Rapids leaders hosting digital town hall on policing on Wednesday, LINC UP, Urban Core Collective, and NAACP Grand Rapids respond to city plans for improved police-community relations, Grand Rapids Public Library eliminating overdue fines, and more. More

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