Create a holiday tradition of curling up in bed with your kids, a blanket and a great children’s holiday book.
Here are the top 10 stories you loved from the WOTV 4 Women crew in 2015!
The biggest names in music will perform holiday classics during the “CMA Country Christmas”.
Is it time to break the news to your child? Get some advice on how to have the “Santa” talk.
The PEANUTS gang is ringing in the New Year by throwing the biggest bash ever this December on My ABC WOTV4.
Benjamin’s Hope is a place where people with autism can live, work and play in a community they choose to call home.
Glide across the ice this winter at a low-cost skating rinks across West Michigan.
Combat the stress of the holidays by taking care of yourself, body and soul.
Gail Saukas answers the question, “Will I lose everything during divorce?”
Attend a New Year’s Eve party that counts down to noon or find ideas to throw your own!
Students at Hope Academy were treated to an unforgettable Christmas thanks to a big donation.
Priority Health teams up with Gazelle Sports to host winter run camps.
Women at the Mel Trotter Ministries Women’s Shelter were treated to a day of beauty and pampering.
A Georgetown Elementary class started a fundraiser to help a fellow student with Type 1 Diabetes.
The class at Lincoln School participates in a Seed to Sale program.
Here’s a list of some of the fun happening around West Michigan this New Year’s Eve.
WOOD TV alum and ABC Network Chief Meteorologist Ginger Zee has another role now: mom
Don’t miss the airing of the holiday television special ‘Holiday Memories of Grand Rapids’ on Dec. 26 on WOTV 4 Women!
Is your favorite show on hiatus? Wipe those tears, here are 4 ways to cope.
Check out Maranda’s guide to Winter Break fun from December 21 through January 1.
Michele Fife gives tips to fight bloating and cramping.
Does your friend love Scandal, Grey’s, or How to Get Away With Murder? We found the perfect gifts for them.
Escape this winter to three scenic locations in Michigan!
Check out 4 new restaurants that have people buzzing around West Michigan.
Breton Downs fourth graders start businesses as part of a lesson on economics.