LANSING — Gov. Gretchen Whitmer on Wednesday signed a $2.2 billion spending bill that allocates federal COVID-19 aid for a continued boost in food assistance benefits and rental relief along with new grants to municipalities.
An economic development nonprofit in Kalamazoo chose an interim leader as it searches for its next permanent executive director.
The Gerald R. Ford International Airport’s terminal apron reconstruction and expansion project received the American Society of Civil Engineers Michigan Section’s outstanding civil engineering certificate of merit.
Grand Rapids Public Schools’ Nutrition Services Department is sponsoring the United States Department of Agriculture-funded Summer Meals Program to provide free meals to children in Grand Rapids this summer.
A Caribbean-inspired restaurant in the heart of Grand Rapids closed down.
Grand Rapids Drive fans and partners can now purchase tickets, merchandise and sponsorships using cryptocurrency.
The Byron Center-based grocery retailer and distributor SpartanNash is expanding the benefits available for its Fast Lane subscribers.
The Economic Development Foundation, a certified development company in Grandville, is now doing business as Great Lakes Commercial Finance.
West Michigan Works! published the results of a study conducted to capture the reasons behind today’s talent supply and demand mismatch.
Holland-based Coppercraft Distillery announced Monday the release of an exclusive gin crafted in partnership with the Detroit Tigers.
After facing 15 months of capacity restrictions and being hit by the country's worst surge of coronavirus infections this spring, restaurants, entertainment businesses and other venues can operate at 100% occupancy — instead of 50% — starting Tuesday.
A 33-year-old nonprofit will celebrate the official opening of its new location in southeast Grand Rapids this week.
An economic development nonprofit focused on the southeast side of Grand Rapids hired a pair of individuals from one of the neighborhoods it serves to round out its team.
A Sparta-based pallet racking and storage company is spending $65 million to expand in Walker.
JACKSON — A former Catholic school teacher pleaded guilty to sexually abusing children during his tenure at a southern Michigan school in the 1970s.
A local staffing agency is looking to help over 100 West Michigan employers fill 800 open positions this week through phone and in-person interviews.
A sushi supplier to Ferris State University is making an impact providing meals to orphans and employing refugees from Myanmar.
The 2020 USA Masters Games will return after it was postponed last year because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Daniel and Pamella DeVos Center for Interprofessional Health on Grand Valley State University’s Health Campus in downtown Grand Rapids is now open to students.
Little Space Studio officially opened with a ceremonial ribbon-cutting event at its location at The Harris Building, 111 S. Division Ave. in Grand Rapids.