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Trinity Health, the parent organization of Mercy Health Partners in Muskegon, has approved the capital allocation for a $96.7-million expansion on the Mercy campus — the first step in a two part approval process. Read More
Students in the first session will graduate March 7
A new training program to prepare workers for advanced manufacturing started in Muskegon in early January, and the first dozen to graduate will be honored in ceremonies March 7 at Muskegon Community College. Read More
Forming Technologies is a growing auto industry supplier that survived the recession.
Forming Technologies in Muskegon’s Port City Industrial Park is an auto industry supplier that is “trying to do business the old-fashioned way,” according to one of its three owners. Read More
Unruly Brewing, Muskegon’s first microbrewery, is seen as the catalyst for new business.
Unruly Brewing will be the first microbrewery in Muskegon — “unless somebody pops up” first, according to Jeff Jacobson, one of the founders and managing partners. Read More
Muskegon’s Traxx Nightclub will be on the auction block beginning at 8 a.m., Tuesday, Nov. 13 at Orbitbid.com. The 3,784-square-foot facility is fully operational and includes a full liquor license to serve beer, wine and spirits, as well as two separate bar areas, including one that is used as a nightclub and the other that is rented out for events. Read More
In a move to attract new business and investment in downtown Muskegon, the Muskegon Lakeshore Chamber of Commerce and Downtown Muskegon Now have organized a Downtown Investment and Development Tour for real estate professionals, developers and retailers on Thursday, Oct. 25. Read More
The West Michigan Symphony announced today that it is embarking on a $480,000 capital campaign and has already received a $250,000 lead grant from Michael and Kay Olthoff for the enhancement project. Read More