August 15

Medical Mile apartments complete

A 287-unit apartment complex along the Medical Mile is now complete. Read More

Cleanroom manufacturer relocates to Grand Rapids

A company that designs and builds cleanrooms to ISO standards has moved its headquarters from a suburb into the city. Read More

Bakery to open third location

The owners of a custom dessert bakery plan to open a third location in downtown Holland next spring. Read More

Auto dealership lengthens its reach

A rapidly growing auto dealer has acquired its 18th store in Michigan. Read More

Banks and credit unions rank among 'best in state'

A group of institutions have been ranked on an inaugural list of the best banks and credit unions in every state. Read More

City gives new administrator three-year contract

The city of Grand Rapids has approved its contract with the new city manager. Read More

Holding company acquires seed supplier

A holding company in the region has acquired a Wisconsin seed supplier. Read More

Doctors open amputation prevention center

A group of local doctors are hoping to stay a step ahead of one the most serious prognoses a patient can receive. Read More

Eye care group hires provider

A West Michigan eye care medical group has a new provider. Read More

Coffee makers come up clutch

A local coffee company recently took home first place at a national tournament. Read More

Perrigo enters into licensing agreement for OTC nasal spray

Perrigo has signed an exclusive licensing agreement that allows it to seek regulatory approval to sell an over-the-counter nasal spray. Read More

Law school selects interim president

A former student will be the new leader at Western Michigan University Cooley Law School. Read More

Mini Maker Faire promotes creativity

A celebration of Grand Rapids’ ingenuity is on tap for this weekend. Read More

Private equity firm acquires die manufacturer

A local private equity firm has acquired a die manufacturer based near Lansing. Read More

Kent trash reuse project worth $500M

Kent County’s plans for a trash sorting and reuse facility will produce a significant economic impact. Read More

Holland strives to keep parking free

(As see on WZZM TV 13) As the region’s population continues to grow and multiple cities respond with downtown development, each city has its own parking issues and ways of dealing with them. Read More

Former township trustee sentenced to 20 months

A former public official in suburban Detroit has been sentenced to 20 months in prison on federal charges of demanding and taking bribes in exchange for using his position to get a company a trash-hauling contract. Read More

Court: Woman who didn't live with late husband can inherit

The Michigan Supreme Court has ruled that a woman can inherit from her husband's estate despite living apart for more than 30 years. Read More

No liability for Catholic school in death of woman, 85

The family of an 85-year-old woman who died after an icy fall has lost an appeal in a lawsuit against a Catholic school in Grand Rapids. Read More

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HireReach sets bar for employment practices

The Business Journal story reporting on changes in hiring practices at Mercy Health is nothing short of riveting for its success in eliminating bias in the selection and training process. President Bill Manns initiated the implementation of a new process five years ago to address diversity and turnover.
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