A Norton Shores company rolled out a series of high-efficient illumination panels for use in commercial, educational and health care environments.
A United Way chapter on the lakeshore is asking the community to donate baby products or money to local expecting families in need this month.
An LED energy-efficient solutions company in the region rolled out a new lighting product for commercial, manufacturing and warehousing applications.
The CityFlatsHotel in Holland is now officially a part of the Tapestry Collection, which is owned by Hilton.
A broadcast media company is bringing back the Muskegon Lakeshore Restaurant Week this month.
Taste of Muskegon will mark its 15th year in the fall instead of the summer due to COVID-19 gathering restrictions.
A Kalamazoo-based credit union is building its first location in the city of Grand Haven.
Downtown Holland’s annual Girlfriends Weekend will return this year from March 5-7 but with changes in place to ensure public safety.
The Community Foundation of the Holland/Zeeland Area made another round of grants from its COVID-19 Community Stabilization Fund.
TRAVERSE CITY — Michigan, Illinois and a federal agency agreed on funding the next phase of an initiative to keep Asian carp out of the Great Lakes by strengthening defenses on a Chicago-area waterway, officials said Thursday.
Witt Buick, one of GM’s oldest dealerships, sold the Buick franchise to Betten Baker Chevrolet Cadillac GMC in Muskegon.
Eldean Shipyard announced it installed and activated a second solar installation to generate electricity on-site at the marina.
The Tulip Time Festival will undergo some changes next year due to the uncertainty regarding the COVID-19 pandemic.
Holland Hospital’s new walk-in care is ready to serve the lakeshore region.
Leestma Management Horizon LLC recently purchased an office property at 5000 Hakes Drive, Norton Shores.
Lake Michigan Carferry’s former financial controller was sentenced to 63 months in prison for stealing more than $1.7 million from the company over 11 years.
A community foundation that serves the lakeshore is launching a fund to help its service area recover from the economic effects of COVID-19 during the rest of 2020.
LUDINGTON — A man who handled finances at a Lake Michigan ferry company pleaded guilty Tuesday to fraud in a scheme to steal money from the business.
New Holland Spirits introduced a line of hard seltzers celebrating the lake life.
The Michigan West Coast Chamber of Commerce Foundation launched a relief fund for downtown Holland and Zeeland.