During the dot-com bubble in the late 1990s, Kirby Chittenden bought a simple internet domain.
The Sytsema Funeral Homes are expanding their services by launching a new communitywide grief support services program called Sytsema Compass.
Oshki currently only sells shirts, but the company will be expanding the merchandise line soon.
Long Road Distillers will open to the public July 18 after soft openings this week, as staff are trained to make a variety of cocktails and get the kitchen operational.
Capt. Lilly Olsen and Jarrod Hasse have brought a Paddle Pub business to the waterfront docks, where they steer the boat powered by the passengers pedaling on bike seats.
HOLLAND TWP. — The Macatawa Golf Club has reopened with new amenities under the ownership of Watermark Properties.
Collin Reenders, 18, is the Grand Haven resident and Hope College student behind the project, which he hopes will help people get around between downtown and City Beach.
Recently, many of our customers who had their subscription payment automatically withdrawn from their account have received a letter stating we need your information.
The Chamber of Commerce Grand Haven-Spring Lake-Ferrysburg, in conjunction with five local units of government, will honor several area businesses at its 33rd annual Business Recognition Award Luncheon.
Paxton Media is a family-owned company headquartered in Paducah, Kentucky.
The few women who are CEOs of the largest U.S. companies typically make more money than their male counterparts but aren't close to the top of the leaderboard for pay packages.
A 52,000-square-foot manufacturing and engineering facility is scheduled to open in Norton Shores in early 2020.
Spring Lake Township resident Blair Kunkel purchased the Ferrysburg ice cream shop several days ago. She will rename it A La Mode.
After several months of unpredictable closings, Steak ’n Shake in Holland Township has been closed for good — at least under its current ownership.
“Direct Your Dollars” is offered at more than 130 SpartanNash-owned stores in eight states — including all D&W Fresh Markets and Family Fare Supermarkets.