DABSJ reaches $10M fundraising goal for new facility

D.A. Blodgett-St. John’s (DABSJ) reached its fundraising goal of $10 million to build a multipurpose facility, bringing children and family services under one roof.

COVID-19 hospitalizations reach record high in Michigan

LANSING — Michigan’s number of hospitalized adults with confirmed COVID-19 cases reached a new pandemic high Monday, nearing 4,200 as the state continued to confront surging infections.

Construction begins on mixed-use development

Construction on a new $4.9 million mixed-use development in Hastings is underway.

David’s House Ministries expands housing

A local nonprofit serving adults with disabilities soon will be home to six new residents with the addition of its sixth, all-female home.

Behavioral health hospital coming to Battle Creek

Construction for a new behavioral health hospital in Battle Creek is underway to address the growing need for accessible, quality mental health services in southwest Michigan.

Grants approved for 7 Michigan meat, poultry processors

LANSING — Nearly $1.4 million in federal funding has been approved to help Michigan’s meat and poultry processors recover from the COVID-19 pandemic and expand their processing capacity.

Grant propels eco-friendly city vehicles

The Grand Rapids City Commission accepted a grant last week to reduce annual greenhouse gas emissions from city vehicles by approximately 91.5 metric tons.

HealthBar introduces COVID immunity test for employees

A local provider of drive-thru and concierge health care is offering a new monitoring service for employees looking to prove natural COVID-19 immunity to their employers. 

Consumers Energy grant supports forestry

Muskegon neighborhoods are surrounded by new trees, thanks to a $2,500 grant from the Consumers Energy Forestry Department.

Fifth Third donates $10K to Burton Middle School’s Young Bankers Club

Fifth Third Bank made a $10,000 technology grant to Burton Middle School to support the school’s engagement with the new virtual Young Bankers Club program.

Gun Lake Casino helps fire department with new equipment

The Wayland Fire Department will purchase a new extrication tool after receiving financial donations from the Gun Lake Tribe and Gun Lake Casino.









Distinguished Alum brings unique medical technology here

Anthony Chang has come a long way in five years.

New Steelcase CEO steps into challenges

Sara Armbruster took on every leadership opportunity that came her way at Steelcase before her promotion to president and CEO this month, and she expects to draw on that well-rounded experience as she guides the company into its next era.

Kent County kicks off north campus development

Kent County broke ground on its new 30,000-square-foot North County Campus located at 4191 17 Mile Road in Cedar Springs.

Chick-fil-A restaurant opening in Walker

A new Chick-fil-A location is opening in Walker this week.