(EDITOR’s NOTE: This story has been updated. A hotel and amenities building for season vendors were proposed for the development in March, but those items have been eliminated from current plans.)
Crockery Township Supervisor Leon Stille said the Township Board is taking a “wait and see” approach to recreational pot, as the Michigan Legislature crafts policies and prepares a licensing system for businesses.
After months of remodeling, Ted's restaurant at 14977 Cleveland St. will open to the public today, 10 months after Vic's Restaurant and Lounge closed.
HOLLAND — The West Coast Chamber of Commerce hosted a presentation Tuesday aimed at answering questions employers may have about marijuana in the workplace.
DeLass to host farewell open house Saturday, Dec. 1.
Bruce Kim, director of franchise development for the Tampa, Florida-based Checkers & Rally’s corporation, said a Spring Lake resident will be the franchisee.
Students are using their skills to solve real-world problems.
Major retailers are arming to do battle with internet mega-merchants during this crucial holiday shopping season using a key new strategy: Be less annoying.
Erin Vantol and her mother, Cindy Wisman, have shopped on Black Friday since Vantol was in fourth-grade.
One of the nation's largest student loan servicing companies may have driven tens of thousands of borrowers struggling with their debts into higher-cost repayment plans.
We’re looking at 32 days of endless shopping from Black Friday through Christmas Eve — the longest holiday spending spree possible given that Thanksgiving falls so early in November.
Hundreds attend annual Light Night in downtown Grand Haven on Friday.
Concerns surrounding no-cash policies are already sparking a fiery debate and some resistance. It’s been an illegal practice in Massachusetts for decades.
Lowe’s is closing 51 underperforming stores across the U.S. and Canada.