April 20, 2020
BANKRUPTCY 20-00757 – MENEFEE, Dennis S., P.O. Box 41, Cedar Springs, Thomas Baynton (Ch. 7) 20-00767 – GRUDIC, Rifet, 4150 Sand Piper SE, Jeremy Shephard (Ch. 7) 20-00772 – CHATEL, Andrew M., 2490 19 Mile, Kent City, Rebecca L. Johnson-Ellis (Ch. 13) 20-00777 – DEDEAUX, Clarice R., P.O. Box 7271, Greg J. Ekdahl (Ch. 7) […]
In an attempt to limit prescription fraud, proposals working their way through the Legislature would mandate that prescriptions be electronically sent directly from physicians to pharmacies.
ust prior to the pandemic slamming Michigan, I joined with economic and community development leaders from across the state to call on our state, regional and community leaders to make rising household income for all a pre-eminent priority of state and local economic policies and programs.
Mike Koetsier is optimistic — for now — despite his business suffering financial losses from the COVID-19 pandemic.
Applications are due April 24 for a new loan opportunity for nonprofits in Ottawa County.
Grand Rapids is investing in its neighborhoods through matching funds for projects that are focused on COVID-19 resiliency and recovery.
The Michigan Retailers Association wants to hold online marketplaces accountable in an effort to combat the sale of stolen goods.
Researchers are receiving a record amount of state funding for projects that would benefit the beer, wine, cider and distilling industries.
At Grand Rapids Public Schools, the health and safety of our students, families, teachers and support staff is our No. 1 priority, which is why I applaud Gov. Gretchen Whitmer for stepping up and making the difficult decision to end face-to-face learning for the remainder of the school year.
While recognizing the number of child abuse reports will in all likelihood rise after the stay-at-home order ends, D.A. Blodgett-St. John’s is working hard to ensure the safety of children now.
Retail sales saw their biggest monthly drop on record during March as the coronavirus pandemic forced restaurants, bars and many stores to temporarily close across the nation and stay-at-home orders also impacted gasoline sales, the National Retail Federation said.
While the risk of COVID-19 is occupying media headlines, Spectrum Health leaders are concerned residents are choosing to stay home and put off medical attention for a potential heart attack, which can exhibit similar symptoms.
The Employers’ Association has released an annual report designed to provide employers with “critical benchmark comparisons” from which to base their internal practices.
LANSING — Many drone pilots who started a business to provide photo and video services to clients of all types now are specializing.
Keystone Solutions Group recently partnered with The Right Place Inc. to deliver up to 60,000 much-needed nasal swabs to Spectrum Health and Kent County.
Pork and dairy producers are feeling the effects of COVID-19 in areas ranging from a labor shortage to packaging problems.
(As seen on WZZM 13 TV) A team of West Michigan organizations is working to provide resources and support for a group of frontline workers putting their health and families at risk to help others during COVID-19: child care providers.
Ellie Frey Zagel strives to apply her resources and connections toward building up the community and helping those with family wealth leave a strong legacy.
A local university is closer to its goal.
Beth Romeo is working for her alma mater. She recently was hired as Olivet College’s new senior director of alumni engagement and annual giving.