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Grand Rapids coffee shop and roaster Sparrows Coffee plans to expand with the opening of a new café at Kingma’s Market in the Creston neighborhood.
Wash & Wags opened its third West Michigan location at 5307 Alpine Ave. NW earlier this month.
Kids’ Food Basket unveiled its new location in Holland on Wednesday that will help the nonprofit better serve food-insecure children in Ottawa and Allegan counties.
Bazzani Building Company is redeveloping an underutilized building in the West Garfield neighborhood.
The Critter Barn in Zeeland will be expanding its farm to include a new $6 million site at 2950 80th Ave.
Wonderland Distilling Company, Muskegon’s newest craft distillery, officially opened its new cocktail bar in Muskegon’s Lakeside neighborhood this week.
The venue management company for Holland Civic Center Place is closing a smoked food-themed restaurant it opened in August so it can use the space for hosting meetings and events.
A pair of restaurateurs are opening a local franchise of a national LGBTQ-friendly burger bar.
An additional 160 apartments will be built by New York-based Magnus Capital Partners on the site of the former Studio 28 movie theater on 28th Street in Wyoming after the developer was approved to begin the second phase of its HŌM Flats at 28 West project.
LINC UP and Orion Construction cut the ribbon on West Garfield Apartments.
A local teen is opening a new hot spot for cereal and breakfast lovers.
Catherine’s Health Center is opening more clinic locations after multiple community health centers closed due to COVID-19 and other complications.
C3 Industries opened its latest High Profile Boutique Cannabis dispensary in Grand Rapids.
Pine Rest Christian Mental Health Services is expanding services at existing outpatient clinics in Caledonia, Grandville and Hastings and is adding a new clinic in St. Joseph as the need for behavioral health services rises statewide.
A bank headquartered in northern Michigan opened its sixth location and first in the Grand Rapids area.
Bill Marsh Automotive Group opened a new Byrider store in Wyoming on Monday.
Timber Creek Counseling West, a new mental health practice, will hold its grand opening Oct. 19 at 2976 Ivanrest Ave. SW Suite 215, Grandville.
A nonprofit focused on empowering people to make green building and renovation choices will host the Michigan Residential Net Zero Energy Conference this month.
During summer, Two Men and a Truck has at least 25 openings locally as unemployment benefits drain candidate pool.
AmWINS Group will move its West Michigan office from the suburbs to downtown Grand Rapids early next year.
Since 2010, home prices in Grand Rapids have risen at more than twice the pace of the national average, according to a recent report.
Charlevoix-based Wild Wild West Tobacco is continuing its expansion in Michigan.
To help residents learn more about the plan and have an opportunity to ask questions, the city is hosting eight open houses next week.
Gerber Products will invest $36 million and add up to 50 jobs at its Fremont facility as it expands its snacks portfolio.