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Grand Rapids Drive partner with college

November 14, 2014
The Grand Rapids Drive have formed another partnership ahead of their first tip-off. Read More

Hackett’s role as U-M’s AD pleases local attorney

November 7, 2014
(As seen on WZZM TV 13) Had the University of Michigan football team been undefeated midway through October, the pressure on former Athletic Director Dave Brandon wouldn’t have reached near the level it did. Read More

GR Drive fills roster ahead of season opener

November 7, 2014
The Grand Rapids Drive is fielding a tall team in its inaugural season. Read More

University casts Quidditch championship

November 6, 2014
Students from across the Midwest are descending on a university this weekend to compete in the sport first played in the magical world of “Harry Potter.” Read More

Doreen Bolhuis coaches action

November 4, 2014
As a female entrepreneur and an advocate for diversity and women in leadership, Doreen Bolhuis has built and grown Gymco over the past 33 years, while becoming a visionary leader for the community. Read More

Watercraft maker navigates $7.5M expansion

November 4, 2014
A maker of small boats, canoes, kayaks, paddleboards, portable toilets and other plastic retail products is planning a $7.5-million expansion to meet growing demand. Read More

U-M names ex-furniture exec interim athletic director

October 31, 2014
The former top executive at a local office furniture maker has been named the interim athletic director at the University of Michigan. Read More

LPGA tournament sets next tee time

October 28, 2014
The LPGA has decided it’s returning to West Michigan next year. Read More

GR Drive pleased with early ticket sales

D-League team’s suites are already sold out.

October 24, 2014
As the inaugural season for the Grand Rapids Drive nears, excitement is ramping up. Read More

College steps into $7M athletic building

October 24, 2014
A college is preparing to unveil the roughly $7-million athletic building it began constructing last fall. Read More