U.S. pizza sales, booming in pandemic, start to slow

ANN ARBOR — After a pandemic-fueled boom, U.S. pizza sales appear to be headed back to earth.

Grand Rapids highlights strategic plan progress amid pandemic

The city of Grand Rapids is making strong progress in meeting the second-year goals of its four-year strategic plan, according to a report from City Manager Mark Washington and staff.

SpartanNash wins award for ‘Family Meals at Home’ campaign

SpartanNash was recently honored as a 2020 Gold Plate Awards recipient by the FMI Foundation, recognizing SpartanNash’s “Family Meals at Home” campaign as an outstanding program to encourage families to stay strong with family meals.

Bell’s Flamingo Fruit Fight returns; four more variations coming later this year

Bell’s Brewery’s Flamingo Fruit Fight is back for another round.

Consumers Credit Union breaks ground on Grand Haven branch

A Kalamazoo-based credit union is building its first location in the city of Grand Haven.

Buell Motorcycles revives production in Grand Rapids

Buell Motorcycles is back in action after a dozen-year hiatus with plans to roll out 10 performance bikes by 2024.

Ethisphere names Kellogg one of World’s Most Ethical Companies

Kellogg Company was the only West Michigan-headquartered company to be named to this year’s list of businesses with the most ethical practices.

Wolverine Worldwide submits PFAS remediation plan for House Street property

Wolverine Worldwide recently submitted a feasibility study to the Michigan Department of Environment, Great Lakes and Energy outlining a comprehensive plan to address per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances at its House Street property.

Kellogg invests $150K in talent recruitment initiative

Kellogg Company is putting $150,000 toward a talent retention and attraction initiative by the city of Battle Creek’s economic development arm.

Gov. Whitmer plans to further ease coronavirus restrictions

LANSING — Gov. Gretchen Whitmer said Wednesday that her administration will announce the further loosening of Michigan's coronavirus restrictions in the coming days.

MEDC supports mixed-used development in Holland

The city of Holland received support from the state for a new five-story, mixed-use development project in its downtown.

Hand2Hand buys former Aldi building in Jenison for new HQ

A faith-based childhood hunger relief nonprofit bought a former Aldi building in Jenison that it will convert into its new home base.