September 20, 2021
Rising unemployment? Check. A plethora of job openings? Check. Automobile production slowing? Check. New car sales rising? Check. The tightest housing market in years? Check. Homes being sold in the shortest amount of time in a decade or more? Check.
New Holland Brewing, a top-50 craft brewery, recently received a Masters Medal from The Spirits Business in the American Whisky Masters Competition for its Beer Barrel Bourbon, which is aged in new American oak barrels before finishing in the brewery’s Dragon’s Milk barrels.
At first glance, the recent Senate passage of the $1 trillion bipartisan infrastructure package warrants applause, and it does. But with trillions of taxpayer dollars likely to flow out of Washington for federal infrastructure projects, we need government witnesses of waste, fraud, corruption and mismanagement to be able to signal problems as soon as possible without fear of reprisal.
Constitution Day is an overlooked holiday. Yet Sept. 17 should not go unnoticed. The foundational principle of our governing charter is at risk of being forgotten. Recalling it is essential to our national future.
Google “student loan crisis” and you get 58 million results. Over and over and over again, we are told that today’s college students, particularly those who pursue a four-year degree, are saddled with debt so large that they are more likely to be paupers than prosperous.
When Starla McDermott was newly divorced, working and saving up to rent an apartment, she and her three young children had nowhere to go, so for an entire summer, they lived in a tent on the Lake Michigan shoreline in Indiana.
LANSING — The Department of Environment, Great Lakes and Energy is expanding its testing capacity for monitoring a family of so-called “forever chemicals” called PFAS.
The Internal Revenue Service has provided clarity to the guidelines of the Employee Retention Credit (ERC), which has proved to be a puzzling financial aid to employers and tax experts alike.
United Federal Credit Union has been at the center of a whirlwind of progress over the past few years, but it also recently stopped to reflect on its roots. The St. Joseph-based credit union founded in 1949 said it strives to deliver personalized, in-person service, balanced with an innovative digital experience to meet members’ growing […]
(As seen on WZZM 13) More than 113,400 Michiganders worked in alternative energy at the end of 2020, according to a study released by the Environmental Entrepreneurs (E2) and Clean Energy Trust.
A social platform founded last year to connect investors with food startups is leveling up its educational offerings.
Most often, nonprofits’ budgets go toward programming and overhead, and little is left for talent development. A new partnership in Ottawa County is trying to change that.
When it comes to Rockford Construction integrating sustainability into its building designs and developments, the tent poles of people, planet and profit are kept to the fore.
A 46-year-old local company is softening the blow of the recent postage rate hike for its hundreds of clients as it continues to procure and pass along lower prices from the U.S. Postal Service.