The Justice Foundation of West Michigan presents the 2016 Celebrity Lip Sync battle.
Stick to your wedding budget with these save vs. splurge wedding ideas.
Event at Grand Rapids Children’s Museum encourages kids to learn about taking care of their teeth.
Pediatric dentists specialize in helping children establish good dental habits from an early age.
It’s National Drink Wine Day! Here are 5 reasons to pour a glass.
Soon you’ll be able to enjoy a slice at the Downtown Market’s newest eatery!
Carrie Mortlock of Kalamazoo was leading a busy and perfectly normal life. Then one day everything changed… Here is her story.
Get ready for the 2016 Gazelle Girl! See what’s planned for race weekend.
What parents should know about teen relationships and violence.
Check out Maranda’s top picks for this weekend in the Five Star Family Fun Update.
Scandal is back! See why everyone loves this Thursday night drama.
Spectrum Health Sports Medicine Group has advice on how to prevent and treat common sports injuries.
A West Michigan mom is blogging about her experience to complete a Couch to 5K program.
A West Michigan mom is running alongside her daughter in the Gazelle Girl Half Marathon and 5K.
Tri County Schools offers a weekly fitness class for teachers.
Here’s how to audition for your favorite shows on ABC.
A special night aimed to show young people with disabilities in West Michigan, they can shine.
AARP hosted a community conversation about how to continually make Grand Rapids an age-friendly place to live.
Fierce females, touching tributes and an upset or two were all part of the 2016 Grammy Awards.
The Gustafson family will train a puppy to become a service dog with Paws with a Cause.
Karen Smoots says wet winter wear inspired her to invent the Green Glove Dryer.
Follow along as a West Michigan mom attempts to get fit for 2016.
Here’s six ideas to keep your guests busy and entertained while spending a weekend in West Michigan.
Purple Community is Van Andel Institute’s community awareness program for cancer research. Join the community at a Griffins game on Feb. 19.
Students from various West Michigan schools worked together to collect water for the residents of Flint.