Marketing agency acquires new property

A West Michigan company recently acquired a new brick and mortar space thanks to several agencies aimed at helping small businesses and revitalizing urban areas.

Saga releases Q2 earnings snapshot

GROSSE POINTE FARMS — Saga Communications Inc. (SGA) on Friday reported net income of $3.8 million in its second quarter.

Mayor honors Cherry Health for National Health Center Week

A local health center is being recognized for its contributions to local health care. 

Calvin University professor wins national award, announces departure

A longstanding member of Calvin University’s diversity and inclusion team won recognition by a national Christian leadership conference. 

Businesswomen to flock to inaugural SWAN Con

According to legend, a swan sings one beautiful song in its life just before it crosses the metaphorical rainbow bridge. But the Strong Women Arise Network (SWAN) is hardly on its way out.

Police are struggling to attract diverse candidates

LANSING — Maintaining a diverse workforce has been an ongoing problem for Michigan law enforcement agencies, according to Bob Stevenson.

Consultant urges system to stem workplace violence

In the wake of multiple mass shootings this summer, employers caught in the movement to return to the workplace after months of remote work are dealing with a new dilemma — how to keep employees safe from workplace violence and comfortable again in an office.

CASA of Kent County marks 30 years of community impact

“Casa” means “home” in Spanish.

Pine Rest to add pediatric mental health center

Pine Rest Christian Mental Health Services plans to open a pediatric behavioral health center in late 2024.

Inside Track: Collar helps pave the way

Melissa Collar’s career in law and construction came from key opportunities, and she now strives to make those opportunities possible for others.

Construction company begins safety program

Rockford Construction rolled out a new safety initiative to help its employees jumpstart their day.









Fox Motors opens new Subaru facility

An automotive group has a new dealership in West Michigan.

King Milling undergoing $42M expansion

The oldest still operating business in Kent County is expanding to continue to serve existing and new customers.

Spectrum Health to close COVID-19 testing site

A COVID-19 testing site is closing after performing almost half a million tests. 

Village East underway in downtown Ada

A local developer broke ground on a new luxury apartment community.