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Mayor calls for teamwork

In third State of the City address, Bliss details progress of 2017, challenges for 2018.

February 16, 2018
The positive developments in Grand Rapids last year happened because of community partnerships, according to Mayor Rosalynn Bliss. She said teamwork will be even more essential heading into a challenging 2018. Read More

Medical Mile: a vision for change in Grand Rapids

December 29, 2017
Thirty years ago, Grand Rapids stood at a crossroads — after more than a century as a manufacturing hub for the furniture and the auto industries, the city’s job sectors were changing. Read More

What difference does a year make? Ask the GRBJ Newsmakers

December 22, 2017
Grand Rapids Business Journal has published well more than 2,500 stories in 2017, each focused on reporting in more than 30 business sectors, all of them local and regional. Read More

Street Talk: It’s all in the ask

Thoughts for food.

October 13, 2017
Are Michigan’s voting-age residents in favor of tax cuts as proposals make their way through the state and the nation’s capitals? Read More

Firm looks to reinvigorate MSU business school

Grand Rapids-based Fishbeck, Thompson, Carr & Huber will partner with Seattle-based architecture firm on $60-million expansion.

April 28, 2017
A Grand Rapids architect has a key role in helping Michigan State University complete its $60-million college of business expansion. Read More

Inside Track: ‘Leading with compassion’

Dean of MSU College of Human Medicine preaches treating everybody, especially his patients, with respect.

November 25, 2016
As a child, Norman J. Beauchamp Jr. always came to the dinner table prepared to answer three questions posed by his mother: How was your day? What was your highlight? And did you achieve your goals? Read More

MSU’s research center to create rain garden for city corner

Landscaping design will address the ‘urban heat island.’

September 2, 2016
(As seen on WZZM TV 13) Once the Michigan State University Grand Rapids Research Center is complete, the corner of Michigan Street and Monroe Avenue should be much cooler — according to a thermometer. Read More

Survey reveals optimism

Confidence rates vary by gender, political affiliation and race among state residents.

July 1, 2016
Many Michigan residents feel pretty good about the economy these days. Read More

City, state eye Medical Mile ramp work

December 23, 2015
The gateway to downtown from I-196 is in line for some major improvements. Read More

Pothole prevention: smart roads signal repair needs

MSU is working on technology that places sensors in the concrete or asphalt mix.

September 25, 2015
LANSING — If Michigan ever gets around to fixing its crumbling roads, engineers might be well-served to consider a new ingredient in the road-making mix. Read More