26 July 2016
Congressional candidate Jason Allen zings primary foe Tom Casperson on his less-than-conservative record. But goes afoul over car fees and anti-veteran charge.
24 July 2016 • 4 comments
But the American Center for Mobility still lacks $60 million in federal funding said to be needed for the project, which is expected to open in 2018.
21 July 2016 • 5 comments
Operation Ceasefire, designed to get police and young people talking and taking responsibility, has shown results in cities across the nation. Kalamazoo is betting it can work there, too.
21 July 2016 • 7 comments
With an oversupply of already-trained dental professionals, there’s no need to add another specialist to the ranks of those caring for teeth.
19 July 2016 • 17 comments
Critics say the state must better promote a $19-billion industry built on biking, kayaking and other pursuits to attract young adventurists, and residents. More REI than Cabela’s.
19 July 2016 • 1 comment
A once-declining industrial city now breathes new life by banking on its outdoor recreation assets
18 July 2016 • 4 comments
Out-of-state companies are looking establish offices in Michigan to be closer to the state’s auto industry. Economic development leaders hope this will boost the state’s cachet as a leader in the nascent mobility industry.