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Grand Rapids-based medical device company Sisu Global Health was awarded $250,000 in the Saving Lives at Birth development exchange in Washington, D.C., a program sponsored by USAID and the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, among others.

Marley Precision Inc. announced a $3 million investment in a second facility in Battle Creek at 1255 Hill Brady Road in the Fort Custer Industrial Park.

Holland-based HTC Logistics Inc. announced today a 600,000-square-foot expansion to its dry and temperature controlled and cross dock operations in West Michigan.

Davenport University announced today that it planned to test an employment guarantee initiative for accounting program graduates.

Fresh Thyme Farmers Market will anchor a new development at the site of the former Michigan Athletic Club (MAC) near the corner of Breton and Burton in Grand Rapids, according to a statement by CWD Real Estate Investment.

Grand Rapids’ next neighborhood mixed-use development is one step closer to breaking ground.

WMU to offer law school courses in fall of 2015

Written by | Wednesday, 13 August 2014 14:00 |

Western Michigan University will begin offering classes in Kalamazoo next year for first-year law students and plans to begin developing other programs under an affiliation with Thomas M. Cooley Law School.

JR Automation Technologies LLC officially opened its $1.5 million expansion project at its Holland facility, the company announced today.

Grand Rapids-based CD Barnes Construction Inc. has been selected as the construction management partner for SarahCare Adult Day Care Center at 2211 East Beltline NE in Grand Rapids, according to a release.

General Formulations Inc. plans to invest $4.175 million at its production facility in Sparta, the company announced today.

Flow-Rite Controls Ltd. plans to invest $6 million at its Byron Township-based facility, according to a statement.

Michigan’s business advocates scored a win last night with the repeal of the personal property tax (PPT), otherwise known as Proposal 1.

Grand Rapids-based private equity firm Blackford Capital Associates Inc. has acquired its fourth Michigan company via its Michigan Prosperity Fund: Fenton-based Burgaflex North America Inc.

The new “Pre-Owned Superstore” dealership will be located in the current Lake Michigan Auto Center building at 4130 32nd Avenue in Hudsonville. The company plans to add approximately 20 jobs to the new facility.

Grand Rapids-based Orion Construction Co. Inc. on Wednesday held the official groundbreaking for the Arena Place development, which is already under construction. The $45 million mixed-use project in downtown Grand Rapids’ Arena South district will feature 100 market-rate apartments on 10 floors and an adjoined 11 story office tower.

GoSite pop-up is now open

Written by | Thursday, 31 July 2014 11:05 |

The Grand Rapids Art Museum opened its pop up, GoSite, for public use on July 31. The pop up is in collaboration with the GRAM and the GoSite Coalition and is an information-sharing space for the community, including Grand Rapids residents and tourists.

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