Archive For August 31, 2017

GVSU Recycling Solar Eclipse Glasses Until September 15th

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GVSU Recycling Solar Eclipse Glasses Until September 15th

Last week thousands of West Michigan residents were prepared to view the partial solar eclipse of the sun, armed with eclipse sunglasses. If you are one of those people and are now wondering what to do with your solar eclipse glasses, then you are in luck. Astronomers Without Borders has designated Grand Valley State University…

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Publicly Admit You’ve Been Fired and You Get a FREE Whopper

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Publicly Admit You’ve Been Fired and You Get a FREE Whopper

No one likes to admit they have ever been fired from a job, but Burger King is now making it much easier to come “out of the closet” and tell the world you got the ax at some point in your life. If you have ever been “let go”, or permanently “laid off”, (i.e. FIRED!),…

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Justin Amash to Hold Town Hall Meetings in Late August

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Justin Amash to Hold Town Hall Meetings in Late August

Justin Amash, U.S. Representative from the state of Michigan will soon be holding town meetings. Amash will speak with Grand Rapids area residents on Thursday, August 31 at Cornerstone University in the Matthews Performing Arts Center at 3000 Leonard Street NE. The event runs from 5:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. On Friday, September 1, Amash…

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Police Investigate 23 East Grand Rapids Car Break-Ins

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Police Investigate 23 East Grand Rapids Car Break-Ins

A rash of vehicle break-ins plagued E. Grand Rapids over the weekend. Police are advising that everyone lock vehical doors when parked. The East Grand Rapids police department received 23 separate reports of vehicle break-ins in the southwest part of the city over the weekend. Items that were stolen were loose change, cash, and anything…

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