A letter for expecting mothers as they experience fears about delivery and motherhood.
Samaritas is bringing together residents to showcase senior chef talents in a showdown cooking competition.
Hope Network will be holding their second annual relay and walk for mental health on Saturday, May 27.
Goal is to raise enough money to grant 450 wishes in the community.
Take a short survey for your chance to win!
Jenison Public Schools is in the midst of their new reading incentive program, JPS Reads.
Scores, highlights, and photos from week 8 on DWTS.
Building Bridges GR employs young people who struggle finding employment.
New this year, Fifth Third River Bank Run is holding a “Fifth Third Junior” event, and Craig’s Cruisers wants in on the fun!
Fifth Third River Bank Run in downtown Grand Rapids is right around the corner.
One in 9 adult Americans have Kidney Disease, and most don’t know it.
Transform an easy tee from Goodwill into a trendy graphic t-shirt with just a few short steps.
Great weekend family-fun ideas
Students around the world are watching “13 Reasons Why” …and parents need to know about it.
It was a day of fun for the kids and parents, as well as a wealth of information to help families in the community.
Animals that are threatened or endangered will be showcased with ideas on what you can do to help.
Fifth Third River Bank Run in downtown Grand Rapids right around the corner.
Join the WOTV team in our favorite women’s only, Grand Rapids run.
WOTV 4 Women’s beauty expert shares her delightful experience at one of Grand Rapids most luxurious spas.
The Center for Women in Transition brings powerful speaker to promote awareness.
A small act of kindness turned into an unexpected friendship between a young Holland boy and a woman who drives a garbage truck.
Access to many valuable programs, resources, and organizations.
Join Celebration Cinema for a fun filled night of air bands battling for supremacy in support of HQ.
Instead of “Cash for Art,” this is “Cash for God’s Heart.”
Ferris State University’s summer semester is now a lot cooler for students who are interested in taking classes and living on campus.