Despite claims in December 2017 that no Holland employees would lose their jobs, Yanfeng Automotive Interiors permanently laid off 55 employees on Oct. 12.
Sears Holdings Corp., parent of the Sears and Kmart retail chains, has filed for bankruptcy protection — a last-ditch effort to save an American icon that shaped shopping habits for more than a century.
The Centre Point development on Robbins Road is moving along, with several potential tenants being considered for the site.
A crash in the global market for recyclables is forcing communities to make hard choices about whether they can afford to keep recycling or should simply send all those bottles, cans and plastic containers to the landfill.
The franchise that's popular on the East Coast is expected to open in mid-December in the former Oasis Party Store building at 541 S. Beechtree St.
The holiday hiring season is in full swing and the big red bow is the hope of up to $15 an hour — and maybe even a chance to win a $5,000 trip to New York City or Miami.
'I love to promote Michigan produce'
Grand Haven officials and local state lawmakers gathered at Grand Haven City Hall on Friday as the city received its Redevelopment Ready certification.
The beachfront restaurant project will get a helping hand from Grand Haven’s Economic Development Corp., a city board that assists in the development of commercial and industrial properties.
In mid-August, GHSP opened a new innovation hub in the city’s old water treatment station on Sherman Street.
There are now more ways to connect with the Gerald R. Ford International Airport thanks to a new mobile app the airport released earlier this month.
The Michigan Economic Development Corp. (MEDC) program aims to widen the net for attracting new developers and identify properties ripe for redevelopment.
SPRING LAKE TWP. — Herman Miller has reached an agreement that will bring local wind energy to its Spring Lake-area facilities.
A new industry may be coming to Michigan in 2019, as voter approval of Proposition 1 on the November ballot would mean the legalization of recreational marijuana in the state.
Like summer, expert says higher pump prices won’t last.