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Law firm moves within downtown

Less than a year after moving to a space in town, a law firm has relocated its Grand Rapids office. Read More

US Supreme Court rejects appeal in cross dispute

The U.S. Supreme Court has turned down an appeal in a dispute over a pole that can be turned into a cross on public land in West Michigan. Read More

Michigan Supreme Court revives suit against health club

MIDLAND — The Michigan appeals court has been ordered to take a second look at a lawsuit filed by a woman who said her rights were violated after she encountered a transgender member in the locker room at a health club. Read More

Elections stalling road funds

Michigan’s crumbling roads — long the subject of jests, memes and most of all, pain — are now voters’ highest priority. And the future of the issue might depend on which candidates they choose in 2018. Read More

Inn wins case over hot coals on beach

ARCADIA — The Michigan Supreme Court has ruled in favor of a century-old inn in a lawsuit over hot coals on a Lake Michigan beach. Read More

State releases Flint from oversight

LANSING — The city of Flint has been officially released from state oversight after roughly six years — a period including a public health crisis spurred by high lead levels in its water. Read More

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Law firms merge

A Michigan law firm with a local presence is continuing to grow. Read More

State approves permit for Nestle

OSCEOLA TOWNSHIP — Michigan officials have approved a permit allowing Nestle Waters North America to pump more groundwater for its Ice Mountain brand. Read More

Michigan orders closure of 210 marijuana shops

LANSING — Michigan has ordered the closure of 210 dispensaries and other medical marijuana businesses that failed to apply for a state license by a mid-February deadline. Read More

City approves $810K settlement with family

A city in the region has agreed to pay $810,000 to the family of a man who died in police custody. Read More

Deal aims to help children exposed to lead

FLINT — An agreement has been reached to get more services to Flint children who were exposed to lead in drinking water. Read More

State to intervene at struggling schools

The Michigan Department of Education announced it will discuss developing agreements with three area schools to raise academic outcomes. Read More

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