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wood-fired pizza and stone oven

Restaurateur plans neighborhood pizzeria

A local restaurateur is giving new life to a former eatery in town. Read More

Mead Johnson Zeeland campus aerieal view

Infant formula maker spending $67M on expansion

A global maker of infant formula is planning a $67.7 million expansion in the area. Read More

Founders Brewing Co. bottling line

Brewery adds 50th state to distribution map

A local brewery with craft roots now is available in all 50 states. Read More

Craig's Cruisers Soaring Eagle zip line seats

'Fun center' installs zip line

A “fun center” in the area continues to expand its offerings, and the latest takes guests soaring across the park. Read More

Mary Nicholson

Tooling group hires local president

A tooling group based on the state’s east side has named a president for its local subsidiary. Read More

State Supreme Court mulls legality of weaker wage and sick time laws

LANSING — Michigan Republicans' maneuver to weaken voter-proposed laws to raise the minimum wage and require paid sick leave was "outright unconstitutional," a top appellate lawyer said while urging the state Supreme Court to stand as a "last line of defense" against the unprecedented tactic. Read More