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Faith-based school opening in suburb

A new faith-based school is slated to open in the area next fall. Read More

Mercy Health St. Mary's

Downtown boiler plant explosion affects hospital

A Christmas Day boiler explosion in downtown Grand Rapids has forced a hospital to cancel surgeries for the day. Read More

Woodland Mall

Realtors predict high demand for 2018

(As seen on WZZM TV 13) A high demand for space has been one of the main trends for real estate in 2017, and industry experts expect the same going into 2018, with the main concern being product shortage facilitated by the heightened costs of construction. Read More

Spectrum Health

Exec predicts two-year construction boom

The construction boom still has a couple years left on it, based on Ben Wickstrom’s predictions. Read More

Michigan legislators approve $23M for contamination response

LANSING — State legislators have approved spending $23.2 million to address what state regulators said is an emerging problem of drinking water contamination caused by chemicals used in firefighting foams, cleaning products and industrial applications. Read More

Heartside Community Center

Mel Trotter, Dégagé combine forces

Mel Trotter Ministries is ending its food pantry and day center services as they exist, instead partnering with other local food pantries and with the Dégagé Ministries day center. Read More

2166 Wealthy St.

Clothing store opening in suburb

A new clothing retailer will make its home in a Grand Rapids suburb. Read More

JobFLEX lands in top 20 on Google Play

A mobile app made to streamline the process of quotes and payments for contractors was one of Google’s top 20 grossing business apps after going live last spring. Read More

Michael Hyacinthe

Inside Track: Navy veteran lends a hand

Growing up in New York City, Michael Hyacinthe wanted to play basketball. Read More

Cherry Health Heart of the City Health Center

Health center earns LEED certification

A health center operated by a local nonprofit has earned a certification for its sustainability. Read More

Judge: Township must issue Nestle permit

OSCEOLA TOWNSHIP — A judge said a bottled-water company should be allowed to build a pumping station as part of its plans to get more groundwater for one of its brands. Read More

Lauren Glowacki left and Erin Dressander

Partners opening salon

A pair of partners are opening a new salon in town. Read More

Public Record

Dec. 22 — Mortgages Read More