As we get closer to Christmas, we have more and more seasonal events...from light displays to concerts and stage productions. There are also some sporting events, ugly sweaters, and a chance to honor our veterans.
Eleven former caregivers at the Grand Rapids Home for Veterans have been charged with crimes by Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette.
All eleven caregivers face charges of falsifying medical records.
WZZM-13 reports that Schuette is charging all of them with "an intentional or willful violation of MCL 750...
Grand Rapids area schools enjoy giving back to the local community. Whether its giving area donations during Toy's for Tots or volunteering at a local community event. On July 15, two area teams took it upon themselves to help out another group of people, our area veterans...
Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette is encouraging people who have resided in the Grand Rapids Home for Veterans or who may have witnessed patient mistreatment, to come forward with information that could help the ongoing investigation into the treatment of patients in the facility.
Despite efforts to get it done as soon as possible, a warm smoking area for smokers at the Grand Rapids Home For Veterans is just getting finished this week.
State Representative Roy Schmidt, and Senator David Hildenbrand as well as the trade unions that they were working with (who agreed to donate their services), hoped to have the section of the pavilion just outside of the veterans' home ready