Tech company moving to Madison Square

MCPc, a Cleveland-based technology logistics and data security company, is moving to Madison Square.

Infant mortality rate in Detroit drops from 2018 to 2019

DETROIT — Infant mortality in Detroit dropped between 2018 and 2019, officials said.

Revolution Farms partners with national brand to expand availability

Revolution Farms, a Caledonia-based indoor greenhouse farm, is partnering with Edible Garden, a national brand that works with local hydroponic growers across the United States, to co-brand its lettuce in more than 120 Meijer stores across Michigan and northern Indiana.

Ferris Coffee shutters two Grand Rapids cafés

Ferris Coffee & Nut Co. announced it is closing its two Grand Rapids café locations, citing a tough year under COVID-19 and the related government shutdowns.

Lake Michigan Credit Union opens second Grand Haven branch

Michigan’s largest credit union opened another branch in a lakeshore town.

SpringGR alumni to be featured at Woodland Mall Mother’s Day expo

A large group of graduates of the small business coaching and training program SpringGR will provide a one-stop shop for last-minute Mother’s Day gifts this weekend.

Michigan Aerospace Manufacturers Association secures investment for R&D connectivity project

The Michigan Aerospace Manufacturers Association this week received the first in a series of investments that will enable the state to take a leadership role in developing 5G Space-Enabled Communications for Advanced Mobility, or SECAM, for commercial and government users.

Michigan Legislature OKs exempting graduations from virus order

LANSING — A split Michigan Legislature voted Wednesday to exempt high school graduation ceremonies from the state's order that restricts crowd sizes due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Spectrum Health hospitals named to Fortune top 100 list

Spectrum Health Butterworth, Blodgett and Zeeland Community Hospitals were named to the Fortune/IBM Watson Health 100 Top Hospitals list published by Fortune.

Leading Educators announces fellowship to advance racial justice

Kent County educators now have an opportunity to join a free professional learning fellowship that focuses on anti-racist teaching and racial equity.









Facility designs bearings for Mars Rover

A global company many years ago began designing in Muskegon special application bearings for missions in space, and its work can be found today on the Perseverance Mars Rover that’s currently collecting samples on the red planet.

Gun Lake Casino announces $300M hotel expansion project

Gun Lake Tribe and Gun Lake Casino revealed its $300 million expansion project plan to turn the casino’s property into a hotel resort.

Perrigo breaks ground on North American HQ on Medical Mile

Perrigo broke ground on its new North American headquarters in downtown Grand Rapids on Wednesday.

Tulip Time Festival unveils new, returning events

The annual Tulip Time Festival, scheduled for May 1-9 in Holland, will return this year with new and recurring events that are in compliance with the updated Michigan Department of Health and Human Services COVID-19 guidelines.