Tim Gortsema

Tim Gortsema

Tim Gortsema is managing editor of Grand Rapids Business Journal. Email Tim at tgortsema at grbj dot com.

ARTICLES

Varga, Silver Line cited with Newsmaker award

State’s first bus rapid transit system is seen as economic development engine.

January 30, 2015
It’s been a long road for Peter Varga. Read More

Business Journal names finalists for Top Women Owned Businesses

January 29, 2015
The Grand Rapids Business Journal has named 32 finalists for its Top Women Owned Businesses awards. Read More

Business Journal names Newsmakers of the Year

January 28, 2015
A sold-out crowd watched Wednesday morning as the Grand Rapids Business Journal celebrated its Newsmakers of the Year at Frederik Meijer Gardens & Sculpture Park. Read More

Business Journal names Newsmaker nominees

December 11, 2014
The more, the merrier, right? Read More

West Michigan Policy Forum convenes heavyweights

September 26, 2014
When regional leaders convene Sunday and Monday for the 2014 West Michigan Policy Forum, much of the talk will center on workforce talent. Read More

TBOH lends a helping hand to police

August 8, 2014
Holland residents can rest a bit easier now knowing that all Department of Public Safety police cruisers will soon be outfitted with portable defibrillators donated by The Bank of Holland. Read More

Who will stand as the next philanthropic pillars?

July 11, 2014
Death is inevitable. Last week’s passing of Peter Wege, at age 94, conclusively proved that fact once again. Read More

Traffic forecast: Open, then closed

July 2, 2014
You want the good news, or the bad? Read More

Elaine Meyers cleans path to growth

May 20, 2014
Elaine Meyers is a woman of strong faith. But that faith was tested severely in 2012, a year of the highest highs and the lowest lows. Read More

Team effort results in new housing for Iron River

Old school’s history is maintained while it’s turned into apartments.

May 16, 2014
A bit of teamwork is transforming a 129-year-old school building into some desperately needed housing stock in an Upper Peninsula town. Read More