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Historic Lansing Train Station Will Be Converted to Mixed Use Community Space
For more than a decade the Gillespie Group has been actively investing and redeveloping downtown Lansing
Cold and Possibly Snow Coming Back To Michigan Again
With lows possibly hitting the 20s or 30s, any planting projects should probably be postponed until this cold front passes.
Calming Bags Now Kept In Michigan State Police Patrol Cars
The Autism Alliance of Michigan will be providing virtual training to law enforcement officers of the MSP
New Restaurant Owners In Michigan Taking A Chance During Covid
The long term outlook for the food industry is strong, “if you have the capital it would be smart to get back into the business now” Justin Winslow, CEO of the Michigan Restaurant & Lodging Association said
All Adults in Michigan Are Now Eligible for the COVID Vaccine
The eligibility was based on available vaccines and President Biden’s directive to open up vaccines.
Michigan Unemployment Eliminates Covid-19 As A Reason To Receive Benefits
As of early March there were still about 640,000 people in our state continuing to receive unemployment. For 75% of those, they got federal pandemic benefits, not state.
Fixing Our Roads Has Been A Michigan Issue For Many Years, Now Many Projects to Fix Them A…
One of the things that Governor Gretchen Whitmer ran on in her election was fixing the damn roads. She announced today 21 state highway road construction projects that will happen in 2021. These are all supported by the Rebuilding Michigan Program and MDOT...
Meijer Pharmacies In Michigan Are Expanding Covid-19 Vaccines to All Stores
This week Meijer plans to conduct more than 950 clinics in it’s stores throughout the midwest.
Live Nation and AEG Bringing Back Furloughed Michigan Event Staff
Live Nation and AEG (Artist Entertainment Group) were hit hard when the pandemic hit and by June AEG were doing layoffs, furloughs and salary reductions. Live Nation as well did many cost reduction measures.
Muskegon Air Fair May Return With New Airport Management Group
The Muskegon Air Fair started back in 1984, and brought in tens of thousands of fans yearly, in 2001 they had a record year with a total of 121,771 in attendance.