The Rapidian

Affordable Housing

City commission candidates address affordable housing in forum

by (awpattullo)

Submitted 07-17-2019 under NEWS

More than 60 people attended a City Commission candidate forum on affordable housing July 11 at the main library, hosted by the grassroots advocacy group Grand Rapids Homes for All. Participating were candidates Allison Lutz (1st ward), 2nd ward...

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Quotes from children every adult should hear

by (Jeffrey Clayton King)

Submitted 01-03-2017 under NONPROFITS

“When I grow up I’m going to always have a car, that way I will always have a place to live.” Tori, age 7. “Can I live at the shelter with you forever, this is the best place I’ve ever been.” Brody, age 10....

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Welcome Home: An Event to Support Veterans

by (habitatkent)

Submitted 10-20-2016 under

Celebrate this Veteran’s Day by hearing from Veterans about what it means to be welcomed home. Join us to learn more about Habitat Kent's Veteran Program and learn how we can partner together to truly welcome home our Veterans. Click here...

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3:11 Youth Housing helps youth experiencing homelessness through housing first, positive youth development

by (GRTV)

Submitted 09-21-2016 under NONPROFITS

In this week’s segment of GRTV’s NPO Showcase, 3:11 Youth Housing’s Kayla Morgan and Lauren VanKeulen discuss their work to develop safe, affordable housing for youth experiencing homelessness, the impact of homelessness on...

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Ten least expensive houses sold in 2015 in Kent County

by (pete)

Submitted 01-13-2016 under OPINION

In response to Mlive's Ten Most Expensive Homes in 2015 Sold in Kent County, which was called "Disgusting Wealth Porn" among other things in the comments section, we've come to the table with a list of the Ten Least Expensive Homes...

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3:11 Youth Housing develops safe, affordable housing for homeless youth

by (GRTV)

Submitted 09-22-2015 under NONPROFITS

It’s estimated that there are about 80 youth between the ages of 18 and 24 who are homeless on any given night in Kent County. “Youth are experts at hiding within the general population, by blending in, or they’ll be couch surfing...

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Walking a tightrope between race, art in Grand Rapids

by (DwellingPlaceCo...)

Submitted 12-16-2014 under PLACE-MATTERS

Derrick Hollowell drops a stack of large paper bags onto the floor. He turns toward me and says “We’re going to curate this show together.” The bags are full of paintings and sketches composed by Hollowell during his 10 years of...

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