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Craig Mutch

Law firm sees 'uptick' across practices

A law firm has seen an “uptick” across its primary business practices during the past six months, as it prepares to move and reach its strategic goals. Read More

Pharmacists plead guilty in $80M scam

Two pharmacists have pleaded guilty in an illegal drug re-stocking and re-dispensing scheme. Read More

Cable TV in Michigan: competition up, subscribers down

(As seen on WZZM TV 13) The Michigan Public Service Commission has issued its eighth annual report on the status of cable television competition in Michigan. Read More

Lawmakers eye venture funding cap

A fund-of-funds investment program created to support an entrepreneurial ecosystem in Michigan is under pressure as legislators seek to cash out their expense tab early. Read More

Man accused of setting adult store on fire

A man has been accused of burning down an adult entertainment store in the region. Read More

Feds step up fight against health care fraud

Wondering about the waste of your federal tax dollars? Read More

Family Christian Stores

Christian retailer files bankruptcy

A locally based retailer of Christian merchandise is restructuring its national chain under bankruptcy. Read More

Government updates sex discrimination guidelines

Federal contractors and subcontractors are on the receiving end of updates to the U.S. Department of Labor’s sex discrimination regulations, which are under the enforcement of the Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs, or OFCCP. Read More

Airport authority heads to Lansing

Kent County’s proposal for an airport authority to run Gerald R. Ford International Airport will now move to the Michigan Legislature in the form of a request for enabling legislation. Read More

Judge sentences man for selling feds faulty gun parts

A man who had a factory in the region has been sentenced to prison for trying to sell faulty gun parts to the Defense Department. Read More

Snyder proposes $54B state budget

LANSING — Republican Gov. Rick Snyder has unveiled a $54-billion budget that he said prioritizes education and health care, while cutting spending this year and next, because larger tax-incentive credits are being claimed by companies than expected. Read More

Public Record

February 20 — Mortgages Read More

Public Record

February 13 — Mortgages Read More