Hope Network invites you to their 3rd annual Bridge Walk for Autism in recognition of Autism Awareness Month.
Leora Bain used Hope Network’s Workforce Development Program to fulfill her life dream of becoming an RN.
“Then, within the blink of an eye, Jenn was known as the victim of a hit and run.”
To give kids a head start, MiCareerQuest provides the students learning opportunities in different fields.
A list of Mother’s Day brunch locations around West Michigan.
Consider changing out factory-issue pulls and knobs with designs that reflect your personality.
Starting this year, phone companies can discontinue your landline if a comparable voice service is available in your area.
2017 Runway on the Rapids.
Thousands turned out for this year’s Gazelle Girl Half Marathon. 2017 marks the fifth anniversary of the Gazelle Girl Half Marathon!
ArtPrize threw a dance party on Thursday, in addition to an announcement about big changes coming to ArtPrize Nine.
Weather appropriate race apparel and Sole Sister Heather’s final update.
The third annual Blue Tie Ball raised money for West Michigan Environmental Action Council’s water protection programs.
Biggest way to avoid injury? Keep them active.
Breakfast, networking and reviewing the state of children in West Michigan.
Recreational therapists at Wedgwood Christian Services have signed up boys to participate in the Fifth Third Riverbank Run.
A partnership and mentorship that has impacted both students and faculty.
Gazelle Girl weekend is right around the corner, and it’s filled with fun!
Celebrating Earth Day across West Michigan
Local companies and community step out to support kids.
Whether you’re running the 5K, 10K, or Half Marathon, it’s important to be prepared!
616 Lofts and 7 Monks Taproom come together to create community.
Here’s seven tips to keep your child sniffle free this allergy season.
Learn more about this unique event supporting female vets in West Michigan.
Maranda had a blast at Holland Aquatic Center’s Underwater Easter Egg Hunt!
Dementia affects the life of the primary caregiver as much or more than the person with the condition.