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West Michigan breweries medal at US Open Beer Championship

July 27, 2017
Several West Michigan breweries have brought home medals from the U.S. Open Beer Championship. Read More

Energy company wins appeal in suit over man's health

July 26, 2017
| By AP
LANSING — The Michigan Supreme Court has ruled in favor of an energy company in a dispute over whether a disastrous oil spill caused a man's health problems. Read More

Breweries and homebrewers create Pro-Am brews

July 24, 2017
Grand Rapids breweries are partnering with homebrewers to create a number of special brews. Read More

Couple fulfills brewery pipe dream

Millers open Brewery 4 Two 4 despite lead investor dropping out of project.

July 21, 2017
A few years ago, the Millers had given up hope on having a baby and turned their attention to a brewery. Read More

Partners producing Young Professionals of Color Conference

July 21, 2017
A local manufacturer is partnering with several area groups to host a conference on helping young professionals of color innovate and grow. Read More

Judge sentences man in scheme to defraud furniture maker

July 21, 2017
A federal judge has sentenced a local man to prison for his role in a vendor invoicing scheme against a furniture maker in the region. Read More

Stryker product earns FDA approval

July 21, 2017
Stryker has received FDA clearance for a new medical device. Read More

Spirits maker wins double-gold medals at international competition

July 20, 2017
A pair of gins by a Grand Rapids distillery were among the top winners at a global gin-tasting competition. Read More

Plastics supplier investing $5.8M in operations

July 18, 2017
A plastic components maker is investing $5.8 million in the state, including at one of its West Michigan facilities. Read More

Judge awards Stryker $248.7M in patent-infringement case

July 17, 2017
Kalamazoo-based Stryker is set to receive $248.7 million from competitor Zimmer Biomet Holdings after a final ruling in a seven-year-old patent-infringement lawsuit. Read More