July 12, 2021
The 2021 Michigan 50 Companies to Watch have left a big impact on the economy.
MORTGAGES Selected mortgages filed with Kent County Register of Deeds CONSERVATION PROPERTIES LLC, TCF National Bank, Ada Twp., $1,000,000 SWEENEY, Andrew et al, First United Credit Union, Vergennes Twp., $366,000 DISHAW, David L., CMG Mortgage, Wyoming, $400,000 MACLEAN, Duncan M. III et al, Old National Bank, East Grand Rapids, $548,250 HUGHES, Brian D. et al, […]
“We’ve got a room big enough to build a spaceship for a music video.” That’s how brothers Ned and Hugh Ingalls describe the new Ingalls Pictures video production space.
The COVID-19 vaccines are a triumph of modern science. It took less than a year from the start of the pandemic in the United States for the first shots to go into arms — the fastest creation of a vaccine in the history of modern medicine.
The founder of a new grocery subscription service is aiming to help make a better food system through supporting local, keeping prices fair and paying employees a living wage.
According to the American Dental Association, only 3.7% of practicing dentists across the U.S. are African American, but Dr. Deborah Brown stands out even further as CEO of My Community Dental Centers.
Consumers Energy recently announced a sweeping proposal to stop using coal as a fuel source for electricity by 2025 — 15 years faster than currently planned.
While we all may feel as if “Big Brother” is watching us from time to time, a recent Michigan court ruling ensures local governments generally can’t use drones to do so.
Michigan had a nearly $3.2 billion cannabis market in 2020, with almost 400 licensed medical provisioning centers and 300 licensed adult-use retail stores. Despite this, Illicit sales continue to be Michiganders’ primary mode of procuring cannabis, despite recreational use being legal since 2018.
That’s right. Serving, not selling.
The lifting of the remaining capacity and mask restrictions is cause for celebration for in the business community, which finally feels the 16-month pandemic is behind it.
Michigan’s beer industry is a nearly $10 billion business, according to a recent report.
Musicians in the state now have more resources available to them as they navigate the new normal in their industry, courtesy of the Michigan Music Alliance (MMA).
A new survey shows employers are raising entry-level pay for manufacturing and office jobs as the post-COVID-19 talent battle heats up.
A community task force that has spent over 40 years resettling refugees is gearing up to help more people this year after President Joe Biden raised the ceiling of how many refugees can enter the U.S. in 2021.
Faith Hospice is continuing to use a virtual platform to provide bereavement services to families who are grieving the loss of a loved one after the pandemic forced its support groups to meet families where they were, both physically and emotionally.
Rende Progress Capital has launched another component of its mission to help excluded entrepreneurs of color get the financing they need for their businesses.