The office furniture industry’s two largest players expect slower sales but also growth in the near term as employers face an uncertain economy and they reshape their offices to accommodate hybrid ...
The Match-E-Be-Nash-She-Wish Band of Pottawatomi Indians, or Gun Lake Tribe, will receive a $1.5 million federal grant from ...
Construction began today on what will be the first new home built in Muskegon Heights in 17 years — a literal and symbolic ...
Over the past few years, corporate demand for cleaner energy to power their operations has directly led to the development of ...
BHSH Spectrum Health West Michigan plans to break ground today on a new orthopedic outpatient surgery and care center in ...
State lawmakers have steered another $846.1 million into a state fund to support major economic development projects in Michigan. The new funding for the Strategic ...
Hope College is partnering with local officials to determine Ottawa County’s electric vehicle charging infrastructure needs in the coming years as automakers and utilities forecast increased vehicle ...
Fifteen lakeshore arts organizations are part of the latest capacity-building initiative facilitated by the prestigious University of Maryland-based DeVos Institute of Arts Management (DVIAM). HOLLAND ...
With decades of experience in the trades, DeShon Leek understands firsthand the dark side that comes with working in the ...
The owners of vegetation management company Integrity Tree Services LLC have sold the business to its workers via a new employee stock ownership plan. GRANDVILLE — The owners of vegetation management ...
The developers behind a 120-unit apartment building on Leonard Street NW cite a recent zoning change allowing more ...
Despite strong sales in recent months, MillerKnoll Inc. executives forecast slower sales growth in the months ahead and are taking several measures to generate up to $35 million in cost savings.