Items Tagged with 'Muskegon'


Training company opens location

August 2, 2017
A sales training firm has opened a new office along the lakeshore. Read More

Muskegon joins pop-up shop craze

‘Western Market’ to house small retail outlets on Western Avenue between First and Second streets.

January 27, 2017
(As seen on WZZM TV 13) The city of Muskegon is thinking inside the box — one measuring between 90 and 150 square feet — to inject a retail presence in the downtown. Read More

Street Talk: Agents of change

Lots of green.

November 25, 2016
Leaders along the lakeshore are driving change in Muskegon. Read More

Street Talk: The market awaits

Fired up.

November 4, 2016
Developments worth more than $1 billion are popping up along the Muskegon Lakeshore in the health care, manufacturing, beverage, science, technology, waterfront, environmental revitalization, higher education, tourism and craft business sectors. Read More

Setting course to Windward takes all hands on deck

August 5, 2016
Another big step in Muskegon development has been announced, this time with some promise of community unity and muscle — and that could start the economic domino effect that has long escaped this potential jewel of the West Michigan lakeshore. Read More

Change Ups: Culinary team wins top state title

April 1, 2016
Baker College of Muskegon’s Culinary Institute of Michigan took the top spot in the American Culinary Federation Michigan State Hot Food Competition in Farmington Hills, and went on to the ACF Central Regional Culinary Salon Competition in St. Louis. The team competed against a team from host Oakland Community College’s Culinary Studies Institute to win the state title. The state competition helps student chefs advance their knowledge, skill and sophistication. Read More

Muskegon: Bring us your blight

Partners research feasibility of collecting Great Lakes communities’ debris and repurposing it.

March 25, 2016
(As seen on WZZM TV 13) A new Muskegon-based study could result in a “deconstruction cluster” in the Port of Muskegon intended to repurpose structural waste from abandoned properties to be sold on the market. Read More

Change Ups: Baker College plans semester format switch

March 4, 2016
Starting fall 2017, Muskegon-based Baker College will transition from a quarter to a semester format. Read More

Process outlines priorities for Muskegon Lake by 2020

February 5, 2016
A lakeshore community has set its sights on improving the quality and sustainability of social, economic, residential and recreational activities for one of its greatest assets. Read More

Community lands funds to fight blight

January 7, 2016
A lakeshore community has some new ammunition in its efforts to clean up abandoned properties. Read More