SVSU Announces Scholarships for Muskegon Maritime Academy Students

SVSU Announces Scholarships for Muskegon Maritime Academy Students

Saginaw – Saginaw Valley State University(SVSU) has announced that students who attend Muskegon Maritime Academy from grades 3-5, would be eligible to receive a $6,000 per year scholarship to attend SVSU. Students have to be admitted to the university and meet scholarship programs admission criteria. For a four-year degree, the scholarship will be worth $24,000. […]

Gov. Whitmer Recognizes May as Military Appreciation Month

Gov. Whitmer Recognizes May as Military Appreciation Month

With Military Spouse Appreciation Day on May 6, Victory in Europe Day on May 8, Children of Fallen Patriots Day on May 13, Armed Forces Day on May 21 and Memorial Day on May 30, this is a significant month for veterans and the military. “This month, Michiganders are reminded of the heroic contributions of […]

Muskegon Maritime Academy Selects Top Law Firm to Represent School

Muskegon Maritime Academy Selects Top Law Firm to Represent School

Detroit – The founder and board of directors of the Muskegon Maritime Academy(MMA) chose the 170-year-old law firm, Miller Canfield, to handle all legal matters pertaining to MMA. Miller Canfield was founded in 1852 by Sidney Davy Miller in Detroit. The firm is the oldest and one of the largest law firms in the State […]

Michigan to allow two-year vehicle registration

Michigan to allow two-year vehicle registration

LANSING — Beginning next fall, Michigan drivers can renew their vehicle registration every two years — instead of annually — under a new law signed this week by Gov. Gretchen Whitmer. In signing the Republican-sponsored bill, the Democratic governor said the policy change will save drivers a trip to the Secretary of State’s Office or […]

From food help to rent aid, here’s how Michigan will spend $2.2B stimulus

From food help to rent aid, here’s how Michigan will spend $2.2B stimulus

LANSING — Another wave of federal stimulus funds will flow to needy families, local governments and disaster response efforts under a $2.2 billion spending bill signed into law Wednesday by Gov. Gretchen Whitmer. The first-term Democrat had also hoped to sign a $4.4 billion spending plan for Michigan schools, but that proposal stalled in the state House last week […]

GOP investigation finds no Michigan vote fraud, deems many claims ‘ludicrous’

GOP investigation finds no Michigan vote fraud, deems many claims ‘ludicrous’

LANSING —A months-long Republican investigation into Michigan’s 2020 election uncovered no evidence of widespread fraud and concluded Wednesday with a recommendation the attorney general investigate those who made false claims for “personal gain.” The 35-page report prepared by Sen. Ed McBroom, R-Vulcan, dives deep to debunk conspiracy theories perpetuated by former President Donald Trump and some of […]

Opinion: Let’s start reinvesting in public universities now

Opinion: Let’s start reinvesting in public universities now

Michigan’s public universities have long been among the nation’s finest collections of state institutions of higher learning. Since the University of Michigan was founded before Michigan was even a state, the public universities have been educating residents, researching major problems, and delivering solutions from that research to the public. The universities engage with farmers and […]

Michigan to end gathering, mask restrictions on Tuesday

Michigan to end gathering, mask restrictions on Tuesday

LANSING — Michigan is lifting the remaining major restrictions from the coronavirus pandemic on Tuesday, marking the first time in 15 months without limits on gatherings. Gov. Gretchen Whitmer on Thursday announced that restaurants and venues can return indoor capacity to 100 percent on that day from 50 percent, citing rapid decreases in COVID-19 cases […]

Michigan Supreme Court puts state emergency powers law on chopping block

Michigan Supreme Court puts state emergency powers law on chopping block

LANSING—The Michigan Supreme Court on Friday ordered the Board of State Canvassers to certify Unlock Michigan petitions, paving the way for the Republican-led Legislature to repeal an invalidated law Gov. Gretchen Whitmer used to issue emergency orders early in the COVID-19 pandemic. The two Democrats on the four-member canvassing board in April voted against certification, […]

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