Gerald R. Ford International Airport entered phase one of its goal to welcome nonstop international commercial passenger flights.
The long-awaited Canopy by Hilton hotel at Studio Park is ready to welcome guests to downtown Grand Rapids.
A new, 80-foot mural by Reb Roberts is on display inside the Gerald R. Ford International Airport.
While much of the hospitality industry has been reeling from the effects of the pandemic, there is one small segment that is quickly rebounding.
The Gerald R. Ford International Airport is the first airport in the country to test a new autonomous robot that disinfects using ultraviolet technology.
The Amway Hotel Corporation will be laying off 580 of its employees due to COVID-19.
(As seen on WZZM TV 13) Some companies and businesses that have relied on foreign workers are feeling the impact of a sudden decision that President Donald Trump and his administration made to halt the approval of visas for people outside the U.S. for the remainder of the year.
The Gerald R. Ford International Airport will look a little different to travelers who are taking to the skies again.
Michigan Auto Law posted its annual list of the state’s most dangerous intersections based on police car accident report data for 2019.
A local hotel management company began to reopen some of its downtown properties as the state eases back on COVID-19 restrictions.
Amtrak’s daily Pere Marquette round-trip trains between Chicago and Grand Rapids will resume after a four-month hiatus due to COVID-19.
(As ssen on WZZM TV 13) It may take years for Gerald R. Ford International Airport to return to its glory days.
The Michigan Restaurant and Lodging Association published a guide to help hoteliers navigate lodging reintegration.
Some are here with no work while others wait in their homelands for clearance to come here.
Allegiant Air will provide complimentary health and safety kits to all of its consumers, which include a single-use face mask, a pair of disposable nonlatex gloves and cleaning wipes, starting this week.
The Kent County Board of Commissioners appointed Peter Beukema to the Gerald R. Ford International Airport board to fill a vacant term that expires December 2020.
A statewide association has published survey data showing the “devastating” effect of the coronavirus on the hospitality industry and is endorsing a national organization’s proposed multi-step solution to save the industry.
The West Michigan Policy Forum recently hosted a webinar for area health care experts to share their best practices for slowly and safely reopening Michigan.
The trucking industry has experienced a wave of ups and downs during the last two years, but despite that, one freight company has been weathering the storm.
A hotel management group consolidated all hotel services to the Amway Grand Plaza Hotel to combat COVID-19.