Aquinas College receives $292K grant from Department of Justice

A new grant will help a local college hire personnel and implement more diverse strategies to keep students informed and safe from sexual assault. 

Police are struggling to attract diverse candidates

LANSING — Maintaining a diverse workforce has been an ongoing problem for Michigan law enforcement agencies, according to Bob Stevenson.

Start Garden opens submissions for The 100

A startup business competition now is taking applications from West Michigan entrepreneurs.

If Fed acts wisely, expect inflation rate to regress

In a New York Times op-ed in January, Paul Krugman commiserated with those blindsided by the jump in the U.S. inflation rate.

Brick Road Pizza permanently closes doors

The family that owned Brick Road Pizza Co. shut the restaurant’s doors after 13 years in business.

COVID-19 hospitalizations reach new high in Michigan

Michigan hospitals reported a record number of COVID-19 patients Monday, surpassing the peak from nearly a month ago before the state’s daily already-high infection counts surged to new heights due to the more contagious omicron variant.

Firm provides classes on legal, business ethics

Making the right decision can be hard, but a local attorney is trying to make it easier. Victoria Vuletich launched Ethics Squared, a firm that...

Whitmer orders alternatives to products with toxic chemicals

TRAVERSE CITY — Gov. Gretchen Whitmer ordered state officials Wednesday to buy fewer products containing toxic compounds used widely despite being associated with serious illnesses.

Waypost Brewing Co. takes gold at American Beer Festival

Waypost Brewing Co. received a gold medal for its Waypost Saison at the 2021 Great American Beer Festival (GABF) competition presented by the Brewers Association.