Gordon Food Service and General Mills are forming an alliance with Trust20 to enhance food and restaurant safety procedures.
A multiorganization partnership unveiled a plan for creating a welcoming and inclusive environment for new Americans in Kent County.
HOLLAND — A police department in West Michigan will be solving crimes with a Tesla.
Home Repair Services of Kent County and Amplify GR are reopening applications for home repair grants of up to $5,000 for eligible residents of southeast Grand Rapids.
Members of Match-E-Be-Nash-She-Wish Band of Pottawatomi Indians’ (Gun Lake Tribe) Tribal Council recently were sworn into office.
The former Gaia café in East Hills now is home to a Korean and Japanese eatery.
A local private equity firm acquired a pair of manufacturers based in Indianapolis.
Police Chief Eric Payne said he wants to make Grand Rapids the safest midsized city with the most trusted police department in the country, but the department has to overcome the same obstacles as in any other city.
Three Grand Rapids technology entrepreneurs this summer launched machine-learning-based meeting schedule software in the midst of the global COVID-19 pandemic.
A 1-year-old alliance designed to fill an advocacy and support gap for second-stage manufacturers in Michigan is finding its footing amid the disruption of 2020.
Experts in the field of health care, as well as those in the design and construction of hospital systems, have been talking for many years about maximizing existing care space and expanding outpatient facilities and telehealth options, but COVID-19 exposed many flaws in hospital systems and brought these issues to the forefront of hospital innovation.
Spring Lake Township is in the process of reexamining its short-term rental ordinance, following the dismissal of an ordinance violation leveled against an Ottawa County LLC.
The COVID-19 pandemic is affecting almost every aspect of American life, especially housing.
A new study focusing on the education of preschoolers after providers shut down in-person instruction in March shows a number of negative consequences on early childhood learning.
Michigan will receive the lion’s share of Huntington Bank’s recent $20 billion pledge to its seven-state footprint, and the bank’s West Michigan region president sees it as a fitting move given the level of need.
Real-time payments (RTP), the emerging standard in U.S. billing and payment processing, continues to gain traction among businesses, with over 90% of business leaders reporting interest in the network, according to a new report.
Meijer Inc. is putting $500,000 into operational support and lending capital for the local racial equity lender Rende Progress Capital.
A local technology recycling company added vehicles to its fleet and is now offering its electronics recycling pickup service across the state.
Kellogg Company met its greenhouse gas emissions reduction target ahead of schedule in its manufacturing plants.
LANSING — A federal judge blocked Michigan's longstanding ban on transporting voters to the polls, ruling it conflicts with U.S. election law.