July 13, 2020
Liberty Mutual and Safeco Insurance have donated $10,000 to Feeding America West Michigan, a nonprofit organization dedicated to gathering and distributing food to relieve hunger and increase food security in West Michigan and the Upper Peninsula.
EV Construction is keeping tabs on the state of senior living during and post-COVID.
LANSING — Michigan’s hemp farmers are looking to industrialize the cannabis plant in new ways and beyond its use in marijuana dispensaries.
The U.S. Department of the Treasury recently announced rules required for business owners to make use of the Paycheck Protection Program’s (PPP) loan forgiveness feature.
Thanks to a bipartisan group of lawmakers, the Michigan Manufacturing Technology Center will receive a $2,118,000 federal grant to help small and medium-sized manufacturers in Michigan respond to the COVID-19 pandemic.
DTE Energy announced an expansion of its 2050 net zero goal to include its gas subsidiary.
Music always has played an integral role in Elle Lively’s life, and she is using her experience to help others.
Marcus Collins is a marketing lecturer at the University of Michigan’s Ross School of Business with a background that spans advertising, social media and the intersection of brands and culture.
MORTGAGES Selected mortgages filed with Kent County Register of Deeds BICKLEY, Scott, Lake Michigan Credit Union, Parcel: 411907202009, $392,000 WENZEL, Trenton et al, Lake Michigan Credit Union, Parcel: 411433103042, $342,000 GIBBS, Eric W. et al, United Wholesale Mortgage, Parcel: 411803327016, $338,400 BETANCOURT, Arthur E. et al, Old National Bank, Parcel: 411910252015, $639,000 MITCHELL, Jason, Mercantile […]
LANSING — Michigan lacks sufficient financial support for public colleges and universities and that’s hurting overall prosperity in the state, a recent study said.
The phenomenal growth of Grand River Aseptic Manufacturing (GRAM) over the past 10 years didn’t slow during COVID-19 — if anything, the company has thrived.
For years, people called for changes to the state’s auto insurance system, arguing they were paying nearly double the national average and simply could no longer afford it.
Wafa Haddad was inspired by her 15-year-old niece to start a nonprofit agency that’s operated mostly under the radar in West Michigan for eight years.
Nathan Leder said his business is a living example of how restaurants in this day and age should seriously consider third-party delivery platforms as a way to enhance food sales.
The residential real estate market in West Michigan is picking up right where it left off.
Corporations seek and secure favorable legal decisions by retaining attorneys who have worked for or studied with federal judges, a new study reveals.
While building owners are looking to keep their energy bills down during the summer, Ryan Leestma is touting the virtues of solar development.
When it comes to treating lung patients, less may be more.
Consumer confidence rose moderately in June along with the reopening of the economy in several parts of the country, according to the University of Michigan Surveys of Consumers.
By far the best predictor of college success is a student’s high school grades.
(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.
Is there any chance for the city of Grand Rapids to move sideways or backwards on cannabis zoning? Is there a voice for the side not in favor of all this cannabis?