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A new automotive supplier of aluminum roof rail systems plans to set up shop in the Fort Custer Industrial Park in Battle Creek.

Mini Maker Faire coming to Grand Rapids

Written by | Wednesday, 11 June 2014 15:14 |

Local organizations plan to host the first annual Grand Rapids Mini Maker Faire on Aug. 30-31 at the Grand Rapids Public Museum.

Grand Rapids-based Cascade Die Casting Group Inc. plans to invest $5.3 million in Sparta and Gaines Townships and create 50 new jobs over the next three years.

Livermore, Calif.-based SolarBOS Inc. plans to open a new manufacturing plant in the city of Walker.

Grand River Aseptic Manufacturing raises $9.8M

Written by | Wednesday, 11 June 2014 10:35 |

A $9.8 million investment provides Grand River Aseptic Manufacturing capital to support growth.

The anonymously-funded scholarship that grants free in-state tuition to eligible high school students announced today that the scholarships may be used at a number of additional schools.

A new Manpower Employment Outlook Survey released by ManpowerGroup has placed Grand Rapids as one of the top 100 metropolitan statistical areas (MSAs) for strongest job prospects.

Spectrum Health plans to invest $24.5 million to improve and add on to its Rehab and Nursing Centers in Grand Rapids.

The grant is designed to help LINC increase its capacity for economic development in neighborhoods of Grand Rapids that are largely Latino and African-American, according to a release.

Mercantile and Firstbank merger finalized

Written by | Monday, 02 June 2014 13:24 |

The merged bank has $2.9 billion in assets and 53 offices across Michigan. Michael Price will continue as president and chief executive officer, and former Firstbank CEO Thomas Sullivan serves as chairman of the board.

Spaude, who joined the Kalamazoo-based health system in June 2005, said in a statement that he’s leaving Borgess Health because he wants to spend time with his father, who is critically ill.

Automotive supplier Challenge Mfg. Co. LLC of Walker plans to invest $50 million and create 450 new jobs, according to a report in Crain’s Detroit Business.

Chicago-based Fairlife LLC says it plans to invest about $96.3 million in an expansion at its milk processing plant in Coopersville and create 100 new jobs over the next two years, according to a statement.

The two trails are located in Calhoun and Allegan counties and are part of the Great Lake to Lake Trail and the Blue Star Trail, respectively.

Herman Miller Inc. will go racing this weekend.

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