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Local low-cost home appraisal company now in 23 states

AppraisalSave began in September 2013 with financial help from Start Garden.

October 24, 2014
An Internet-based home appraisal business launched a little over a year ago in Grand Rapids has expanded into 23 states over the past six months. Read More

Home design show visits city

October 23, 2014
Need ideas on how to turn your house into a home? Read More

Developers target Grand Rapids' 'next great neighborhood'

October 22, 2014
The historic Creston neighborhood in northeast Grand Rapids is set to see three projects under development that will create new apartments, a rooftop bar and retail space — which city officials believe will help transform the area. Read More

Barbecue restaurant signs with Downtown Market

October 21, 2014
A nationally recognized barbecue joint in Detroit is expanding into downtown Grand Rapids. Read More

MCOY Awards names familiar winner

O-A-K’s win is first under its new president, Frank Stanek.

October 17, 2014
At an event that’s been referred to as the “Golden Globes for general contractors," Michigan’s longest-standing commercial contractor took home the big prize. Read More

New uses sought for outdated newspaper buildings

Former Grand Rapids Press building will be used by Michigan State University.

LANSING — As some Michigan newspapers downsize to smaller offices, they are leaving behind massive buildings that are outdated but still critical to the communities they cover. Read More

Car dealer plans jobs for expansion

October 17, 2014
A car dealer with a “greatly expanding” business is planning to hire 20 to 30 employees for its newly acquired space on 29th Street. Read More

Subcontractors name Michigan Contractor of the Year

October 16, 2014
A contractor with a long local history is the new Michigan Contractor of the Year. Read More

Hospital opens urgent care center

October 15, 2014
A hospital has opened a second urgent care center to combat projected increases in non-essential visits to the emergency room during a physician shortage. Read More

University builds $22M administrative building

October 13, 2014
A university has completed the $22-million transformation of its former library into an administrative building. Read More