Last week, Grand Valley State University announced that construction has begun on a new video board at Lubbers Stadium.
The new board will be 40 feet tall and 72.5 feet wide, making it nine times bigger than the last video board.
A new study released today by the Johnson Center for Philanthropy at Grand Valley State University shows more than 80 percent of Grand Rapids area residents would give the city an overall grade of "A" or "B" as a place to live, but ratings varied widely based on home location, race, education and poverty level.
A team of students and faculty members from Grand Valley State University is working with Gabby Troeger, a 3-year-old girl from Hudsonville who has cerebral palsy.
The team is conducting a study to determine if power mobility training results in changes to the range of activity of children who have multiple and severe disabilities.