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My Town Wyoming: Metro Health celebrates cancer survivors June 3

My Town Wyoming: Metro Health celebrates cancer survivors June 3

WYOMING, Mich.—National Cancer Survivors Day was June 1, but Metro Health is celebrating those who conquered cancer this Tuesday, June 3 with a free community event in Wyoming.

Community members are invited to join the celebration, which is 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. at the Cancer Center at Metro Health Village.  The event includes an ice cream social, giveaways, prizes and more.  Survivor Susanne Tracy will help kick off the event by sharing her inspiring story.

The event is free and registration is not required.  The Cancer Center at Metro Village is located at 5950 Metro Way SW.

My Town: Gordmans to open in Wyoming July 17

My Town: Gordmans to open in Wyoming July 17

WYOMING, Mich.--  The date is set for the grand opening of Wyoming's newest store.

Gordmans will open its doors to customers at 9 a.m. on July 17.  The new 50,000-square-foot store sits next to The Home Depot in the Wilsontown Shopping Center, off Wilson Avenue.  The new retailer is expected to employ 100 people. Those interested may apply in person now through May 30 at Michigan Works, 121 Franklin SE, Suite 120 in Grand Rapids.

Gordmans will hold a grand opening celebration July 25-27. The Wyoming store is one of six Gordmans stores opening in the country this year. The discount department store opened its first West Michigan store in Norton Shores in March. 

My Town Wyoming: Iraq War veteran to deliver Memorial Day address

My Town Wyoming: Iraq War veteran to deliver Memorial Day address

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My Town: More houses on display during Spring Parade of Homes

My Town: More houses on display during Spring Parade of Homes

 GRAND RAPIDS, Mich.—From toxin-free to maintenance free, dozens of West Michigan homes will be open to the public this Memorial Day Weekend as part of the Spring Parade of Homes.

Even more houses and condominiums will be on display this year- 78 homes from West Olive to Ada.  The homes will be on display through June 7.  They range in price from $100,000 to more than $1 million. This year’s listings include homes in Ada, Alpine Township, Allendale, Alto, Belmont, Byron Center, Caledonia, Cascade, Coopersville, East Grand Rapids, Grand Haven, Grand Rapids, Grandville, Holland, Hudsonville, Jenison, Kentwood, Lowell, Plainfield, Rockford, Walker, West Olive and Wyoming.  For a complete list of homes, click here.

My Town: Culver's to donate a portion of sales to Honor Flight

My Town: Culver's to donate a portion of sales to Honor Flight

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich.—Visitors to seven area Culver’s restaurants  today can join the effort to bring veterans to their war memorials in our nation’s capitol.

Participating Culver's restaurants will donate 10 percent of sales on Tuesday, May 20 to the Honor Flight Network, a nonprofit group that transports veterans to the national monuments.  

“We’re happy for the opportunity to support the Honor Flight network and we hope our guests will too,” says Craig Culver, co-founder of the restaurant chain. “Men and women who put their lives on the line to protect our freedom are true heroes,” added Culver.

Participating restaurants are:

My Town: Gordmans interviewing for new store in Wyoming

My Town: Gordmans interviewing for new store in Wyoming

WYOMING, Mich.--  Gordmans is looking to hire 100 employees for its newest store in Wyoming.

Construction is still underway on the facility, which sits next to The Home Depot, south of Rivertown Crossings Mall.  The Nebraska-based retailer will begin hold interviews May 19-30 at the southeast Grand Rapids Michigan Works Service Center, 121 Franklin SE.

The Wyoming store is one of six Gordmans stores opening in the country this year. The discount department store opened its first West Michigan store in Norton Shores in March. 

My Town: Stamp Out Hunger results better than originally expected

My Town: Stamp Out Hunger results better than originally expected

COMSTOCK PARK, Mich.—Organizers of the 2014 Stamp Out Hunger food drive say while donation numbers are down this year, the results are better than they first thought.

Andrew Steiner with Feeding America West Michigan Food Bank says the Northwest, East Paris and Northeast communities dominated in this year's drive.  The final donation numbers from the May 10 event are: