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Submitted 06-20-2016 under NONPROFITS
Join Covenant Village of the Great Lakes for an old-fashioned Tent Revival Meeting with gospel music provided by Hark Up with the Down Home Horns.
Submitted 03-17-2016 under NONPROFITS
New Chief Development Officer Nikki Outhier, looks forward to working with the community to enable all young people to reach their full potential.
Submitted 03-01-2016 under NEWS
Hands-on activities and learning stations led by regional experts will celebrate and educate attendees about the Grand River and its watershed at the Grand Rapids Public Museum on Saturday, March 12.
Submitted 02-05-2016 under OPINION
Host Katie Gordon speaks with Scott Burden about the upcoming Change U Activist Assembly on Spiritual Violence: A Community Experience, a Community Response
Submitted 12-16-2015 under OPINION
Is the local real estate market out of control, or is it stabilizing? Is any housing stock left in cool, affordable, up-and-coming areas, or have investors snapped it all up? Are buyers overpaying for real estate in Grand Rapids?
Submitted 10-05-2015 under NONPROFITS
Covenant Village of the Great Lakes will offer free memory screenings on Tuesday, Nov. 3, 2015, 9 a.m.-2 p.m., as part of National Memory Screening Week (Nov. 1-7, 2015), an initiative by the Alzheimer’s Foundation of America.
Area seniors and caregivers to learn brain-smart recipes
Submitted 08-03-2015 under NEWS
The four mayoral candidates participated in a debate focused primarily on income inequality at Loosemore Auditorium before Tuesday's election.
Submitted 08-01-2015 under NONPROFITS
Christine Helms-Maletic says she believes that even with a "weak mayor" city system, our local mayor can still be strongly influential if they take advantage of their bully pulpit opportunities.
After Thursday night's mayoral debate on income inequality, two-year Grand Rapidian Katie Gordon says she is looking forward to a mayor that will continue the legacy of Mayor Heartwell's work to make Grand Rapids a progressive, inclusive city.
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