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MOUNT PLEASANT — High gas prices are putting the brakes on sheriff’s deputies in a mid-Michigan county.
LUDINGTON — A coal-powered passenger steamship on Lake Michigan that’s the last of its kind in the U.S. will stop using coal to fuel its historic engines once its operators settle on an alternate power source.
People living in Grand Rapids' Neighborhoods of Focus can take advantage of better access to micromobility transportation options thanks to a new initiative.
A logistics company headquartered in Grand Rapids recently ranked within the top 100 freight brokerage firms in 2022.
A bridge replacement project this fall will impact travel along I-196 in Grand Rapids.
A Grand Rapids-based mechanical contractor launched a new program to help employees by providing reliable work transportation.
(As seen on WZZM TV 13) A report from a national transportation research nonprofit indicates Michigan’s current conditions will worsen without significant investment.
A local transportation provider recently reached a growth milestone.
A local private jet service provider recently took on the delivery of the final production of an aircraft model.
U.S. officials on Thursday adopted a rule aimed at reducing deaths and environmental damage from oil and gas pipeline ruptures — a long-delayed response to fatal explosions and massive spills that have occurred over decades in California, Michigan, New Jersey and other states.
(As seen on WZZM TV 13) Gerald R. Ford International Airport is the lift-off site for some companies.
LANSING — The Republican-led Legislature on Wednesday began voting to lift, for six months, Michigan’s 27.2-cents-a-gallon gasoline and diesel taxes amid pump prices that exceed $4 per gallon.
LANSING — Gov. Gretchen Whitmer joined five other Democratic governors Tuesday in urging Congress to pause the 18.4-cents-a-gallon federal gasoline tax for the rest of the year to alleviate pump prices that exceed $4 per gallon.
LANSING — Michigan drivers with auto insurance soon will starting getting previously announced $400 refunds per vehicle.
(As seen on WZZM TV 13) While cruise ship industry profits and stock values sank faster than a rock in water during the pandemic, Michigan's recreational boating industry not only remained afloat, but thrived with near-record sales.
Grand Rapids entered a partnership with The Rapid and DTE Energy to purchase compressed natural gas (CNG) for city vehicles.
A local delivery services provider named its new president.
K&R Truck Sales and two of its West Michigan subsidiaries launched new websites to improve user experience.
LANSING — Gov. Gretchen Whitmer will propose a $1 billion, or nearly 20%, boost to Michigan’s transportation budget to repair roads and increase spending on transit and other programs.
SpartanNash plans to grow its distribution footprint through a longstanding partnership with a California food distributor.
A local private equity firm acquired a manufacturer of rivets based in southwest Michigan.
A West Michigan caster and wheel supplier expanded into Arizona with the acquisition of a similar company.
A transport solutions company will create 55 jobs in the city of Holland through an over $31 million expansion.Lakeshore Advantage, the economic development agency...
A West Michigan entrepreneur is building out customized vans for outdoor enthusiasts.