June 15, 2020
When Christine Carson, residential property manager for CWD Real Estate Investment, decided to convert some units at The Rowe and The Gallery in downtown Grand Rapids to corporate guest suites, she had no way of knowing the move would serve as a necessary temporary residence during a pandemic that forced hotels to close.
Dan Dipiazzo has joined Chow Hound Pet Supplies as chief marketing officer. He has more than 30 years of marketing and communications experience. Most recently he spent 16 years as a vice president leading marketing at SeaWorld and Busch Gardens theme parks.
(As ssen on WZZM TV 13) It may take years for Gerald R. Ford International Airport to return to its glory days.
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Growing up, Sue Tellier entertained the notion of being elected President of the United States so she could right some wrongs.
In the height of economic turmoil, business owners have to make difficult decisions about their future.
While many companies have suffered as a result of COVID-19, the federal government still is in need of medical supplies, and Alliant Healthcare has stepped up to fill the need.
As Michigan reopens during the pandemic, its colleges and universities are taking precautions to ensure the health and safety of students, faculty and staff for the fall 2020 semester.
More than 100 small businesses around Michigan will use the Michigan Economic Development Corporation’s MI Local Biz crowdfunding program throughout the month of June, MEDC said on June 4.
The Kent County COVID Relief Subcommittee earlier this month drafted a report to the board of commissioners detailing its recommended guidelines for the allocation of CARES dollars.
Leaders in West Michigan admirably tend to want their work to speak for itself.
As America confronts the reality of structural racism, it is clear we must fundamentally reform policing now. It also is clear that redesigning policing is not enough. We need to put on the table topics that have been off the table for far too long.
Custer Inc. is offering an array of COVID-19 response services to help employers make short- and long-term physical and “culture-shifting” changes in the workplace.
If they haven’t already, Grand Rapids residents soon may see temporary outdoor dining and retail plazas on public property popping up around town, thanks to a resolution the city is implementing.