“Disclaimer: I LOVE food. Phew, glad I got that off my chest.”
This season, Applebee’s focuses on abundant value.
Kids love to move. And the 5/3 Running Club believes that the more kids move, the better they do in the classroom.
Three students from Kent Career Tech Center took on New York City and ended up on Good Morning America.
The race takes place at Rockford high school and ends at the high school track where your favorite bowl of Kellogg’s breakfast cereal will b…
Nominate your favorite teacher to win big!
WOTV 4 Women kids fitness expert, Cindy Scharns, shares the brain and body benefits of putting your child in gymnastics.
Grand Rapids is ready to join AARP’s Age-Friendly Communities Network this year!
Check out this hot spot for wine, cheese, meats, and more!
Check out all the expotique and event day information!
April is Autism Awareness month, so we compiled a list of autism-friendly activities available around West Michigan throughout the month and…
Should you be concerned about the way your child is developing?
With increasing participation over the last few years, this event is expected to bring over 1,000 together in support of families affected b…
One in sixty-eight children in the United States have autism spectrum disorder. In Michigan alone that’s more than 16-thousand children.
A rockin’ runway show and a grown up prom bash. Both to benefit local charity.
WOTV 4 Women Wellness expert Michele Fife shares a breathing exercise to start your day!
Celebrating Earth Day and Gazelle Girl in West Michigan
Four local charities benefit from 100% of the proceeds from the Gazelle Girl. One of those is Girls on the Run.
Deadline for Livable Communities initiative applications is May 16.
Providing affordable housing for people experiencing homelessness.
WOTV 4 Women’s Jennifer Feuerstein from AARP explains the benefits of volunteering your extra time and skills.
As we age, we know it’s important to stay active and engaged in the community.
Be the muscle behind the largest 25K road race in the country.
The STEM education program at Holland East is receiving some very special recognition from the Air Zoo.
The Whitecaps donated 5,000 of books for GRPS this year in an effort to encourage children to read during March is Reading Month and beyond.