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Grand Rapids school leaders say a planned Academy of Public Safety, Homeland Security and Cybersecurity has absolutely nothing to do with ICE but two immigration... [Read More]
Due to inclement weather, Grand Valley State University is closing all campuses Jan. 15 at 4 p.m. [Read More]
Grand Rapids Community College has grant funding to train 60 people in a few in-demand health care jobs to grow the pool of minority candidates. [Read More]
ArtPrize, the 19-day international competition in its 10th year, kicked off Wednesday along with ArtPrize Education Days. [Read More]
Facebook voting for ArtPrize SmartArt People's Choice Award begins at noon Wednesday and ends at noon Sept. 27. [Read More]
Grand Rapids Public Schools Superintendent Teresa Weatherall Neal is retiring, effective July 1. [Read More]
Teresa Weatherall Neal is planning to retire on July 1. [Read More]
The superintendent plans to retire on July 1, 2019. [Read More]
Funeral services for Rich DeVos, Amway co-founder and senior chairman of the Orlando Magic NBA franchise, were held Thursday. Former President George W. Bush spoke. [Read More]
Mourners attend public visitation for Rich DeVos, Amway co-founder, at Amway Grand Plaza Wednesday, Sept. 12. [Read More]
Amway co-founder Rich DeVos, who died Sept. 6, was laid to rest Tuesday, Sept. 11, at the family's Memorial Gardens in Ada. He was 92. [Read More]
Amway co-founder Rich DeVos died Sept. 6. On Monday, hundreds of employees and executives said farewell at the company headquarters in Ada. [Read More]
The public will have an two opportunities Wednesday to pay their respects to the late Rich DeVos, Amway co-founder and philanthropist, at the Amway Grand... [Read More]
Billionaire businessman and philanthropist Rich DeVos, co-founder of Amway, died Sept. 6. He was 92. [Read More]
Rich DeVos, Amway co-founder, funeral is 2 p.m Thursday, Sept. 13, at the LaGrave Avenue Christian Reformed Church, where he served as an elder. [Read More]
He co-founded Amway, based in Ada, in 1959 with his high school friend Jay Van Andel, who died in 2004. [Read More]
Parents and community stakeholders react to potential for free college tuition with the designation of Grand Rapids Public Schools as a Michigan Promise Zone. [Read More]
Due to high temperatures and humidity in classrooms, Ionia Public Schools dismissed students early Wednesday and canceled some afternoon programs. [Read More]
The state has designated Grand Rapids Public Schools a Michigan Promise Zone. [Read More]
This week the Michigan Department of Education released the results of the state standardized test, the Michigan Student Test of Educational Progress (M-STEP). [Read More]
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