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An in-depth look at specific West Michigan industries.
Attorney says bills may ‘shore up’ some issues occurring at the federal level.
A series of three bills that passed through the Michigan House and are now expected to be taken up by the Senate would enhance the state’s medical marijuana law, possibly paving the way for lucrative business ventures. Read More
Bill seeks approval to construct BRT lanes on Michigan highways.
LANSING — A new bill to allow local transit agencies to construct Bus Rapid Transit lanes on state highways would make mass transit more efficient, advocates say. Read More
Ohio company uses U-M football fan’s likeness for T-shirts.
Chris Baldwin, the University of Michigan sophomore whose utter shock and bewilderment was broadcast across the country repeatedly following Michigan State University’s defeat of U-M in the last 10 seconds of a football game last month, is now playing a starring role on a T-shirt produced by an Ohio company. Read More
While interest rate increases may be on the horizon, they’re not expected to rock the housing boat too significantly.
In its October 2015 Economic and Mortgage Finance Commentary, the Washington, D.C.-based Mortgage Bankers Association indicated it anticipates nearly $905 billion in purchase mortgage originations in 2016, which is a 10 percent increase from 2015, and refinance originations to decrease by nearly 33 percent to $415 billion due to the likelihood of rising rates. Read More
She runs the coffee shop more like a mom-and-pop operation.
Walk into Biggby Coffee on Gezon Parkway in Wyoming, and a “Hello!” is on its way. Read More