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Residential recovery house opens in Kalamazoo

A new sober living home opened its doors for young men on the road to recovery from addiction.

Celebrating Martin Luther King Jr.

Rev. David May ensured Martin Luther King Jr.’s legacy grew in Grand Rapids.

Downtown Holland to observe MLK Day with virtual event

Downtown Holland will observe Martin Luther King Jr. Day on Monday with a virtual community event that will examine diversity, equity and inclusion issues...

Michigan partners with Meijer on vaccine distribution

The state of Michigan chose Meijer Inc. as an initial pharmacy partner to help administer COVID-19 vaccines. 

Cannabis chain opens first West Michigan location

Gage Cannabis Co. on Friday opened the doors to its sixth provisioning center in Michigan and the first in West Michigan.

Radisson Plaza Hotel offers private room dine-in experience

Kalamazoo-based Radisson Plaza Hotel and Suites is offering a new Customize, Dine and Unwind room package at its 100 W. Michigan Ave. location.

Fifty-year-old Apartment Lounge launches GoFundMe to come back in spring

Michigan’s oldest operating LGBTQ bar is in danger of closing for good because of COVID-19.

Grand Rapids Police Department promises change

Can the police department’s new strategic plan really transform policing in a meaningful way?

Grand Rapids ranks 93rd best city for jobs

A new report finds Grand Rapids is only average when it comes to the best places to find jobs.

Michigan hated 2020 more than any other state

Michigan expressed hatred for 2020 more than any other state, according to social media data.

Your guide to Eastown

This neighborhood offers a lot to do in a few short blocks.




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