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Friday, May 29, 2020

Whitmer Reopens Real Estate, Outdoor Work, Construction Starting May 7

Workers in the real estate industry and those whose work is primarily performed outdoors can return to their jobs starting May 7, Governor Gretchen Whitmer announced...

Local cupcake and tea party business caters to princesses

By Marla R. Miller When she’s not busy baking or hosting tea parties, Bertha Williams lingers near the front of her store in The Lakes...

Treasury: Taxpayers, Tax Preparers Be Ready for Stimulus Scams

LANSING – Michigan’s taxpayers and tax preparers should be extra vigilant for federal stimulus scams, according to the Michigan Department of Treasury. With many taxpayers...

Scott Meats Wins State-Wide Awards

By Teresa Taylor-Williams Muskegon Tribune Staff Writer Muskegon County - The crew at Scott Meats has done it again. The Muskegon Heights meat market brought home...

Ontario and Michigan Partner for Auto Industry Growth and Innovation

New Agreement to Enhance Regional Cooperation and Competitiveness From Tribune Newswire Lansing/Ontario - The Province of Ontario and the State of Michigan are working together to...

Tech Center students earn top five spots in college CAD contest

Muskegon County - All five Muskegon Area Career Tech Center students earned the top five spots in 2D AutoCAD during the 2016 American Foundry...

Muskegon to host Social Equity Workshop

Muskegon - The Marijuana Regulatory Agency (MRA) announced the participants in two stakeholder workgroups to discuss and provide suggestions regarding the Social Equity Program. The...

Treasury: MI Student Aid Team Provides Five Tips for Student Loan Borrowers

LANSING, Mich. – With National Financial Literacy Month coming to a close, the Michigan Department of Treasury’s MI Student Aid Team is providing five...

Kill the 9-to-5 by turning your hobby into a thriving business

Kill the 9-to-5 by turning your hobby into a thriving business (BPT) - A beloved hobby can feel like a mini vacation from everyday life....

Local woman passionate about helping those with special needs

By Teresa Taylor Williams Tribune Contributor A few years ago, some people thought Kaja Thornton-Hunter had lost her mind. At that time, the single mother of two...