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Mark Feyen

Court earns national 'mentor' status from DOJ

The U.S. Department of Justice has recognized a court in the region for its work helping non-violent felony offenders with substance use disorders. Read More

Douglas Donnell

Law firm elects management committee

A local law firm has elected several partners to its management committee. Read More

Legal Aid of Western Michigan online application screenshot

Legal nonprofit launches online intake interview

Low-income individuals and seniors who are seeking legal services now have another way to make an initial connection with a local nonprofit. Read More

New law gives physician assistants greater autonomy

A new law will expand the scope of possibility for care providers, such as Libby Anderson, a physician assistant at Spectrum Health. Read More

Law eases trust planning for disabled individuals

For individuals with disabilities, a two-word change makes a world of difference. Read More

GRPS refunds bonds with lower rate

Grand Rapids Public Schools has refunded bonds originally sold in 1997 for capital improvements, securing a lower interest rate and saving taxpayers $5,007,680. Read More

Every breath you take: Air quality critical issue for commercial real estate

Indoor air quality is the new environmental driver for commercial real estate. Read More

Fraternity shuts down chapter

A national fraternity has shut down a chapter at a local college. Read More

Court upholds sentence for embezzlement

An appeals court won't upset a six-and-a-half year prison sentence for a woman who stole nearly $2 million from a credit union in the region. Read More


Department store chain files for bankruptcy

A department store chain with a pair of locations in the region has filed for bankruptcy. Read More

Lawsuit brings hotel assessments under scrutiny

The local tourism industry is keeping its eye out for the results of a free speech lawsuit against the Sleeping Bear Dunes Visitors Bureau. Read More

Crossing borders presents tax issues for employers, employees

The border topic is getting a lot of attention these days. Read More

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