LANSING — Michigan car buyers would get a tax cut under bills nearing final approval in the Legislature, where senators voted Wednesday to levy the 6% state sales tax on the amount people pay for a vehicle, not the list price.
The Kent County Board of Commissioners recently provided a list of funding request proposals submitted through its community engagement process.
LANSING — Lawmakers have sent Gov. Gretchen Whitmer a $1.1 billion supplemental spending plan that is largely focused on boosting Michigan's incentives for luring business expansions.
LANSING — Michigan lawmakers voted Wednesday night to add nearly $613 million to the state's new economic development incentives account that is used to support large-scale business expansions, while also finalizing details of a new college scholarship program.
Residents of Grand Rapids can participate in the next phase of community-centered participatory budgeting.
City officials plan to host two more Commission Night Out sessions.
The Cascade Township Board unanimously adopted a five-year strategic plan after a yearlong community engagement process.
A renovation project has relocated a fire station in Cascade Township as plans for a new facility are underway.
A new program has been created to address the lack of attainable housing in Michigan.
The Grand Rapids Police Department collected nearly 300 firearms during this weekend’s gun buyback event.
(As seen on WZZM TV 13) Although communitywide efforts are working to address issues with housing, demand continues to outpace development in Grand Rapids.
WASHINGTON — A long-delayed plan to dismantle Interstate 375, a 1-mile (1.6-kilometer) depressed freeway in Detroit that was built by demolishing Black neighborhoods 60 years ago, was a big winner of federal money Thursday, the first Biden administration grant awarded to tear down a racially divisive roadway.
As ArtPrize 2022 kicks off today, the city has released a full schedule of artistic and cultural events taking place in Grand Rapids throughout the festival.
LANSING — The chief justice of the Michigan Supreme Court is leaving to become president of an international provider of dispute-resolution services.
Grand Rapids will participate in a nationwide initiative this week.
The Kent County Parks Department recently unveiled its new office facility.
A pilot project by the city of Muskegon on Shoreline Drive is scheduled to begin its first phase.
LANSING — Michigan authorities are investigating how a piece of equipment that helps disabled voters mark a ballot wound up for sale online.
More West Michigan farmland owners may be able to benefit from the Inflation Reduction Act that was signed into law by President Joseph Biden in August.
LANSING — The Michigan State Police say about 3,250 lab reports on THC toxicology samples in prosecutions might be inaccurate because of a technical issue.