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Frank Peterson, a native of Flint, is the Port City’s first new city manager in 19 years.
Don’t ever try to suggest to the new city manager that Muskegon is just a gritty Rust Belt town, a former industrial center down on its luck and struggling to stay alive — like, say, Flint. Read More
A new sustainability model that would anchor a for-profit generator in a nonprofit community center is being planned for downtown Muskegon. Read More
Michigan agri-business wants barges from the nation’s river system to reach Muskegon.
The Michigan Agri-Business Association and other business interests in West Michigan have filed a formal petition with the U.S. Coast Guard requesting safety regulation exemptions for Mississippi River barges transporting to and from Muskegon Harbor. Read More
The debate about moving the existing market has gone on for years.
With the help of donations from more than 100 businesses and a grant of more than $700,000 from the Michigan Economic Development Corp., the city of Muskegon is finally getting a new farmers market. Read More
New space is designed to encourage ‘intimate’ gatherings.
At the tail end of its 2012-2013 season, West Michigan Symphony opened its new performance space in the newly developed Russell Block building in downtown Muskegon at 360 W. Western Ave., where its offices also now are located. Read More