August 29

Community college buys YMCA building

A lakeshore college plans to acquire a facility near Muskegon Lake as part of its health and wellness initiative. Read More

Brewer responds to trademark tiff

A lakeshore brewery and its lawyer have sent their response to a cease-and-desist letter. Read More

Partners buy junior league hockey franchise

Two brothers from the Detroit area have big plans for a West Michigan hockey team. Read More

HR firm partners with GR Current

A Grand Rapids-based firm providing customized human resources services is collaborating with GR Current to provide pro bono advice to early-stage companies. Read More
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Cider maker turns to bottled distribution

A Michigan hard cider producer is ready to put out bottles. Read More
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Partners plan upscale bistro, bakery and café

A bakery, café and full-service restaurant are in the works for a vacant building in the growing Plainfield Avenue corridor. Read More
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Visitors bureau produces Savor the Art Coast

A lakeshore community is debuting its flavorful re-imagining of an annual event by pairing fine dining with locally crafted drinks. Read More
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West side businesses throw block party

When Mitten Brewing Co. was getting started in 2011, owners Chris Andrus and Max Trierweiler were a bit apprehensive as they attended the West Grand Neighborhood Organization Christmas Party. Read More
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University completes $55M science building

A West Michigan university is celebrating its new science building with a dedication event this week. Read More
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GRBJ The Newsmakers of the Year   The Newsmakers
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Who made news in 2014?
See profiles of our Newsmaker finalists and Impact Award winner.
40 Under Forty 2014   40 Under 
Forty 2014
Meet Grand Rapids Business Journal's 2014 40 Under Forty honorees and prepare to be inspired.
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Opinion

Kent County administrator’s request for tax increase should be scrubbed

Kent County Administrator Daryl Delabbio has asked the board of commissioners to consider a tax hike to the full amount approved by voters, noting the Headlee tax limitation amendment essentially caps the county’s revenue collections — exactly as it was intended.
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'Well, I wasn't under oath back in your office …’

"If your clients won't settle their case without a trial, then a trial is what we'll have. You all can go back to the courtroom. Let me put my robe on. And let the perjury begin!"
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American politics at its best — and worst

Watching the 120 candidates for the Republican nomination for president, I am reminded of the running joke I heard as a Senate staffer: “When looking into the mirror every morning, what does every Senator say to himself?” The answer: “Good morning, Mr. President.”
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