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Association names Best and Brightest in Wellness

September 18, 2018
A national business association has named a group of employers in the region among the Best and Brightest in Wellness. Read More

Chamber producing ATHENA Award Celebration

September 18, 2018
An awards event for women is taking place downtown tomorrow. Read More

Manufacturer appoints president and CEO

September 18, 2018
A local manufacturer that specializes in large injection-molded plastic parts has selected its next president and CEO. Read More

Q&A: Faye Alexander Nelson

September 18, 2018
As director of Michigan programs for the W.K. Kellogg Foundation, Faye Alexander Nelson leads and oversees the foundation’s investments in Michigan to create conditions that ensure children have opportunities to thrive in equitable communities. Read More

GRPS superintendent announces retirement

September 17, 2018
The superintendent of Grand Rapids Public Schools has announced her retirement. Read More

Inside Track: Baumgartner is a lifelong caretaker

Mercy Health Saint Mary’s chief medical officer started 46-year hospital career at 16.

September 14, 2018
Mercy Health Saint Mary’s chief medical officer has spent his entire 46-year career at the hospital, starting with his very first job mopping floors. Read More

Report documents immigrant contributions

Kent County immigrants contributed $3.3 billion to the county’s GDP in 2016.

September 14, 2018
Grand Rapids community leaders agreed making immigrants feel like they belong in Kent County not only is right but is economically smart. Read More

Google rolls out resources for job-seeking veterans

Job-search function, maps designation, $2.5M training grant designed to ease transition to civilian careers.

September 14, 2018
Google recently rolled out three resources to ease the transition service members and their spouses face when returning to civilian life. Read More

Law firm hires attorney

September 14, 2018
A law firm in town has added a new attorney to its team. Read More

Judge sentences doctor to prison

September 14, 2018
| By AP
DEARBORN — A podiatrist has been sentenced to 28 months in federal prison after receiving about $340,000 from Medicare in a fraudulent billing scheme. Read More