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Ashley Tholen

Optometrist joins eye care practice

A local eye care practice has added another optometrist to its team. Read More

Pine Rest

Health care providers 'transitioning' agreement

A pair of local health care providers have announced a “transition” in their 18-year joint operating agreement. Read More

Perrigo infant forumla

Perrigo sending products for Hurricane Harvey victims

Perrigo has pledged to send aid for Hurricane Harvey victims. Read More

Guiding Light

Guiding Light’s services translate to jobs

(As seen on WZZM TV 13) Guiding Light is celebrating that its “three-legged stool” of rescue, recovery and re-engagement is translating into jobs and spending in the region. Read More

Mel Trotter Ministries

Mel Trotter program helps taxpayers save

About 15 years ago, Mel Trotter Ministries began its public inebriate shelter program. Read More

Public relations partners launch joint business venture

As medical marijuana cardholders and advocates for adult recreational use of cannabis, Roberta King and Dottie Rhodes felt it was high time for a new career challenge. Read More

Michael Faas

Health system CEO announces retirement

The long-time CEO of a local health system has announced his plan to retire. Read More

Gary Allore

Health system appoints president

A health system in the region has named its new president. Read More

Marcie Lewis

Q&A: Marcie Lewis

Marcie Lewis became executive director of the Ronald McDonald House of Western Michigan in 2012. Read More

Health premiums in Michigan's individual market may rise 28 percent

LANSING — Hundreds of thousands of people who buy their health insurance on Michigan's individual market could see premiums rise by 28 percent on average next year if President Donald Trump follows through on a threat to cut billions of dollars in payments to insurers, state officials said. Read More

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Private equity firm exits portfolio company

A local private equity firm has pulled out of one of its portfolio companies. Read More

Beacon Hill Community House Garden Cafe

Senior living campus completes Community House

A local senior living campus is opening its new Community House, which features a 150-seat auditorium and café. Read More