ARTICLES

Street Talk: It was meant to B

Friends in need.

April 17, 2015
What a difference a little over a year makes. Read More

Street Talk: Their crowning achievements

Cave men.

April 10, 2015
With all the talk recently centered on the disconnect between the training workers have and the skills employers need, it’s nice to see some in the business community are actually doing something about it. Read More

Q&A: Sara Sherry

April 7, 2015
Sara Sherry is a 27-year-old "growing Christian," Ottawa Hills High School varsity volleyball coach, active volunteer and president of Mixed Staffing and Recruiting. Read More

Street Talk: Inventors swim with the sharks

Hooking up.

April 3, 2015
Inventors’ networks in Grand Rapids and Muskegon are going off the deep end — sort of. Read More

Street Talk: And not a penny from the millage

Still sharp.

March 27, 2015
Kent County commissioners were at the dedication last week of the new Kent County Veterans Services office, formerly called the Kent County Department of Veterans Affairs. Read More

Q&A: Sarah Sass

March 23, 2015
For the past eight years, Sarah Sass has been the president of Watermark Center, the live-work-play development in downtown Muskegon. Read More

Street Talk: A nasty game of chicken

Protect and serve.

March 20, 2015
Gordon Food Service, the Wyoming company that may be the largest privately held food service distributor in the U.S., was the target of a media moment staged in Grand Rapids last week by an animal rights group. Read More

Street Talk: Why you do what you do

Cookie fortune.

March 13, 2015
There are many awards ceremonies that occur throughout West Michigan each year. Read More

Q&A: Meredith Bronk

March 9, 2015
Meredith Bronk has been with OST since 1998. Read More

Street Talk: You get what you tolerate

Muy bien.

March 6, 2015
Choir, meet Mary Cantando. Read More