Ann Arbor-based Exclusive Brands announced the opening of its newest retail store to serve both adult-use and medical cannabis consumers in Grand Rapids.
KinetaCare Physiotherapy announced it moved to Hudsonville in January 2021, along with an updated brand and website.
A locally based independent insurance agency moved to a larger office space that will allow for better social distancing among staff and clients.
Grand Rapids is a prime location for vacation rentals, according to a recent study.
Some West Michigan agricultural leaders were recently appointed to the Michigan Department of Agriculture and Rural Development’s (MDARD) Migrant Labor Housing Advisory Board.
The Grand Rapids City Commission unanimously approved an option agreement with the Grand Rapids-Kent County Convention/Arena Authority (CAA) for the sale of a portion of the city property at 201 Market Ave. SW.
The city of Muskegon Heights and its planning partners are asking for community input about the future of its downtown development.
A personal finance website ranked Kalamazoo as one of the top 10 cities for high salaries and low cost of living.
The LIFT Foundation recently received a grant from the Irving S. Gilmore Foundation to help the organization cover the cost of housing individuals experiencing homelessness this winter.
A new report found over half of Grand Rapids workers are employed by small businesses, the ninth-highest percentage among large metros.
New Standard Sand Lake, a new recreational-only cannabis provisionary, opened in Sand Lake on Jan. 23, making it the second New Standard cannabis dispensary in Michigan.
A former East Hills staple reopened in its new home following a yearslong journey to put down new roots.
Pinnacle Construction Group announced it has begun construction on a new ground-up industrial development in Walker.
After becoming a licensed attorney in January 2020, Joe L. Rivet opened his law firm, Rivet Health Law PLC, in July.
A new report puts Grand Rapids in last place among large metro areas where women earn more than their husbands.
A metal services company is investing over $2.4 million to expand its facility in Holland Charter Township.
After 20 years on South Division in the Burton Heights neighborhood, In The Image is moving to a facility farther south that will allow it to expand and grow.
Kent County was named one of 11 U.S. counties that demonstrated a high level of resiliency in a new study from commercial real estate firm CBRE.
A Kalamazoo-based credit union opened a new branch in Hudsonville.
A new report says Grand Rapids is one of the top 10 cities best positioned to attract remote workers.