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Lana Yaghi

Law firm opens office in Qatar

A Michigan law firm with a presence in the region has expanded to Qatar. Read More

Van Andel Arena Experience GR

Commission suspends Van Andel Arena's liquor license

Van Andel Arena’s liquor license has been temporarily suspended. Read More

Brianna Scott

Attorney wins lakeshore ATHENA award

An attorney has been recognized as the ATHENA on the Lakeshore award recipient. Read More

State proceeds with rules limiting chemicals in water

LANSING — Gov. Gretchen Whitmer's administration is proceeding with plans to set what may be some of the country's strictest and most far-reaching limits on "forever chemicals" in drinking water. Read More

EPS Communication

EPS upgrading its signal communication

A security company headquartered in Grand Rapids is preparing for the future in the telecommunications industry. Read More

Switch, school districts at odds over taxes

A tax battle may force some school districts to refund more than $600,000. Read More

Grand Rapids sets rules for recreational marijuana facilities

Grand Rapids has met the state-imposed deadline for establishing recreational marijuana ordinances. Read More

Suit challenges changes to state's auto insurance law

LANSING — A lawsuit contends that some changes made to Michigan's auto insurance law are unconstitutional. Read More

Steve Bylenga large

New law makes it easier for small businesses to re-organize

President Donald Trump on Aug. 23 signed the bi-partisan Small Business Reorganization Act of 2019, which is the most significant change in more than a decade for small businesses seeking to re-organize under Chapter 11 of the U.S. Bankruptcy Code. Read More

Judge strikes down changes to ballot drive law

LANSING — A judge recently struck down key changes to Michigan's ballot drive law, ruling that a geographic limit on petition gathering unconstitutionally makes it harder to qualify proposals for a public vote. Read More

Politician sentenced in theft of campaign signs

BLOOMFIELD HILLS — An elected official has been sentenced to community service after a school board candidate's campaign signs were removed from yards. Read More

Private prison to house non-US citizens

BALDWIN — A prison company in northern Michigan said it can begin to house non-U.S. citizens convicted of federal crimes. Read More

DOL issues new overtime exemption threshold

About 1.3 million more American workers will be eligible for overtime pay under the Fair Labor Standards Act next year, thanks to the U.S. Department of Labor updating its exemption salary threshold for the first time in 15 years. Read More

State says 91,000 bushels of soybeans must be destroyed

State regulators say 91,000 bushels of soybeans must be destroyed, three years after just a small portion was grown on land that had sediment from a Kalamazoo River Superfund site. Read More

Ex-teacher gets probation in student abuse case

MOUNT CLEMENS — A former suburban Detroit special education teacher accused of physically abusing autistic students has been sentenced to two years of probation. Read More

Public Record

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Public Record

Oct. 4 — Mortgages Read More