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Amway lands airport title sponsorship for $8M

Gateway Transformation Project includes centralized security checkpoint, expansion of Grand Hall.

September 23, 2016
(As seen on WZZM TV 13) Amway was named the title sponsor for the Gerald R. Ford International Airport’s new $45 million Gateway Transformation Project. Read More

Ride-booking app rolls out new feature for market

September 21, 2016
A ride-booking app is adding a “top-requested” feature to its Grand Rapids service. Read More

Downtown hosts Fall Bridal Show

September 21, 2016
Brides-to-be will have the opportunity to see the latest bridal-gown styles in action this weekend. Read More

ArtPrize Eight kicks off competition

September 20, 2016
ArtPrize Eight kicks off downtown on Wednesday at noon — with 170 venues participating and more than 1,450 artists. Read More

One-stop entertainment complex coming to GR

Connected to The B.O.B., 20 Monroe Live to feature 120 shows per year.

September 16, 2016
Greg Gilmore’s 20-year concert venue vision is coming to life and, by early 2017, will offer a one-stop entertainment complex. Read More

Auctioneer sells items from Dutch theme park

September 16, 2016
As part of the renovation plan for a Dutch theme park in the region, items from the attraction's site will be auctioned next week. Read More

ArtPrize opening neighborhood hubs

September 15, 2016
ArtPrize is opening seven new neighborhood hubs across town for this fall’s competition. Read More

Downtown hosts national arts conference

September 13, 2016
State arts agencies from across the country will visit downtown this week to explore the “dynamic connections among art, education and community vibrancy.” Read More

A roundabout solution to tight traffic congestion

Consulting firm engineers smaller roundabouts to improve limited roadways.

September 9, 2016
A lot goes into engineering traffic, an area in which a department at Fishbeck, Thompson, Carr & Huber specializes. Read More

City bumps parking fees amid demand

Downtown workers encouraged to park farther away, use public transit.

September 9, 2016
Downtown parking became more expensive by an average of $8 per space Sept. 1, when the city of Grand Rapids implemented rate changes throughout its parking system that it says are necessary to keep up with supply and demand. Read More