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Lakeshore's 'hidden gem' rebounds from recession

Muskegon is in the midst of more than $400 million in new investment and development.

July 18, 2014
(As seen on WZZM TV 13) As unemployment levels decline and investments in Muskegon County continue to increase, economic activity is on the rise. Read More

Change Ups: Baker students demonstrate leadership

May 30, 2014
Four Baker College of Muskegon students garnered awards at the Business Professionals of American National Leadership Conference in Indianapolis. Read More

Inside Track: The new face of change at Muskegon City Hall

Frank Peterson, a native of Flint, is the Port City’s first new city manager in 19 years.

April 18, 2014
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

CityHub Cyclery opens in Muskegon

Women-friendly shop is a place to rediscover the joy of biking.

March 21, 2014
(As seen on WZZM TV 13) A downtown Muskegon shop looks to become a hub for bike fans. Read More

Comerica names regional president

March 3, 2014
Comerica Bank’s new regional president probably suffered a bit of a weather shock upon arriving in Michigan. Read More

Muskegon trying old tires for pothole problems

February 14, 2014
LANSING — Old tires may pave the way for new Michigan road repairs. Read More

Church nonprofit plans for sustainable community center in Muskegon

December 27, 2013
A new sustainability model that would anchor a for-profit generator in a nonprofit community center is being planned for downtown Muskegon. Read More

Muskegon eyes link with the Mississippi

Michigan agri-business wants barges from the nation’s river system to reach Muskegon.

December 20, 2013
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

Muskegon hotels expect a busy 2014

2013 was relatively flat for the industry in the Port City.

December 13, 2013
A variety of things that roll — from bicycle wheels to bowling balls — are expected to keep Muskegon County hotels busy throughout 2014. Read More

New farmers market sprouting in downtown Muskegon

The debate about moving the existing market has gone on for years.

December 13, 2013
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