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GR Forward is now open for business

Temporary information center will solicit opinions on how region should grow.

October 17, 2014
Downtown Grand Rapids Inc. has opened its temporary GR Forward Open House center in downtown Grand Rapids, where the public can learn about plans for the future of downtown as well as the Grand River corridor and GR Public Schools Museum School and Innovation Central High. Read More

Life in the fast lane might be two-wheeled in the future

Grand Rapids is going all out to increase use of bicycles in place of cars.

October 17, 2014
The word is out from Grand Rapids City Hall to all motorists: As of Nov. 1, don’t even think of parking in any of the new bicycle-only lanes on the streets. Read More

Bar group opens 'parklets'

August 5, 2014
A restaurant group is planning to unveil three “parklets” downtown this week. Read More

Grandwich names 'Sandwich of the Year'

August 1, 2014
Grand Rapids has its fourth Grandwich. Read More

Street Talk: We are all pawns in this game of chess

Twister assist.

July 18, 2014
Downtown Grand Rapids Inc. has put a giant, outdoor chess set in front of the Grand Rapids Art Museum for free public use in an effort to “encourage urban recreation.” Read More

Grandwich bites into contenders

July 9, 2014
Time to eat some sandwiches. Read More

Downtown plan about to start rolling

Downtown GR Inc. will begin seeking input from the public.

May 23, 2014
Come June 5 and 6, Grand Rapids will begin hearing about the new Downtown Plan process, which includes everybody being invited to contribute their thoughts and opinions on what downtown Grand Rapids should be like. Read More

Video: Downtown Grand Rapids reveals summer Movies in the Park

April 28, 2014
The lineup for this summer’s Movies in the Park is being teased out online in a short film. Read More

City approves finance pact with DGRI

The Grand Rapids comptroller objected on legal reasons but was overruled.

April 18, 2014
A financial agreement between the city of Grand Rapids and Downtown Grand Rapids Inc. has been approved by the city commission, despite objections by city comptroller Sara Vander Werff. Read More