Items Tagged with 'East Grand Rapids'

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Real estate agency reopens suburban office

October 17, 2019
A local real estate group has renovated its office in a historic landmark. Read More

'Upscale' steakhouse moving into former pub

September 24, 2019
A West Michigan-based steakhouse chain is planning to open its third location in a suburb of Grand Rapids. Read More

Shake shop opens doors

August 30, 2019
A new suburban shop specializing in health-conscious shakes is now taking orders. Read More

EGR eyes rules for hotels

City considers zoning amendments for Gaslight Village that would allow hotels, B&Bs.

August 23, 2019
In an attempt to diversify businesses in the heart of East Grand Rapids, city officials are considering zoning amendments to allow hotels and bed-and-breakfasts in Gaslight Village. Read More

West Michigan communities rank among state's 'best places to raise a family'

January 17, 2019
A handful of West Michigan communities are considered some of the state’s "best" for families. Read More

Grand Rapids suburb is the 'best city' in Michigan

January 7, 2019
A suburb of Grand Rapids is considered the best place to live in the state. Read More

Suburban Lebanese restaurant re-opening

October 10, 2018
After a months-long closure, a suburban Lebanese restaurant will re-open next month. Read More

Lebanese restaurant temporarily closes after chef-owner's injury

July 20, 2018
A long-time Lebanese restaurant in the area is “closed temporarily” after its owner and only chef sustained an injury. Read More

Juice bar chain enters West Michigan market

July 16, 2018
A chain of organic juice bars is opening its first Michigan location in a Grand Rapids suburb. Read More

Inside Track: Seibold finds you can go home again

East Grand Rapids High School graduate, city mayor Amna Seibold never thought she would return to serve community where she grew up.

January 27, 2017
Amna Seibold said when she graduated from East Grand Rapids High School and headed off to Albion College she was sure of one thing: She’d never move back to her hometown. Read More