Volunteer Kalamazoo is closing Aug. 1 after operating for more than 50 years.
The U.S. Department of Homeland Security has identified an unlikely threat lurking in West Michigan. At issue is Grand Armory Brewing Co.’s attempt to trademark the phrase “Coast Guard City,” which it used in the name of a signature beer brewed for the annual Grand Haven Coast Guard Festival.
Macatawa Bank Corp. this afternoon reported higher earnings for the second quarter.
A proposal to open a small grocery store in the burgeoning Heartside neighborhood of downtown Grand Rapids appears to be off the table, MiBiz has learned.
Advanced Packaging Corp. unveiled a 75,000-square-foot expansion today that coincides with the company’s 50th anniversary, according to a statement.
West Shore Medical Center in Manistee would integrate into Munson Healthcare in Traverse City under a final agreement approved this week.
ChoiceOne Financial Services Inc., the parent company for Sparta-based ChoiceOne Bank, today reported slightly higher earnings for the second quarter.
MiBiz Staff Writer John Wiegand was selected as one of 20 journalists from across the U.S. for a fellowship on agribusiness.
A California-based wood products manufacturer plans to invest $4.2 million into a new West Michigan plant.
Architecture firm Progressive AE Inc. of Grand Rapids announced this morning that it has acquired Charlotte, N.C.-based AI Design Group Inc.
The Lakes Mall in Fruitport Charter Township has been sold to new management.
Grand Rapids city commissioners laid out early plans today to begin to “push the needle” on increasing affordable housing in the city.
A busy development firm may be looking at a major new project, but much still remains unknown.
Switch Ltd.’s site in southern Kent County has been designated a Renaissance Zone after receiving approval today from directors of the Michigan Strategic Fund.
Citing decisions to restructure leasing and make tenant improvements on their own, the owners of a major Grand Rapids development today asked the state for administrative approval to amend its loan agreement.
Plans to build a reported 63-unit, mixed-use development in Grand Rapids’ West Side neighborhood moved forward today with backing from the state.