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In the world of antiques, everyone has their own opportunity to create a unique niche and atmosphere in their stores as trends fluctuate through the years.

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The preliminary unemployment rates for February were released recently by the Michigan Department of Technology, Management and Budget.

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GHSP, a global provider of mechanical and electromechanical systems and portfolio company of JSJ Corp., recently announced the appointment of Dan Dawiedczyk as its president.

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Jill Hutchinson, owner and manager of Buffalo Bob’s in downtown Grand Haven, said there’s no debate in her mind – masks have been the biggest challenge during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Puzzles offer the satisfaction of seeing a thousand tiny individual pieces come together to form a single masterpiece.

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A sixth-generation farm girl who was raised on a fruit farm along the ridge in Conklin, Julie Armock spent a lot of time outdoors. Because of that fact, she spent a lot of time washing up.

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More than 550 Michigan farms produce nearly 100 million pounds of quality fresh and frozen blueberries annually. But the recent explosive growth in imports, unfair trade practices and market-price manipulation strategically timed to undermine domestic growers at their peak harvest has taken …

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During the local Chamber of Commerce’s recent 2021 Economic Forecast presentation, Holly Schroeder, a market manager for Manpower, noted the challenges that COVID-19 has presented to local companies.

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The general consensus was that this year’s Super Bowl advertisements weren’t that super, but the judges still found something to like during a local marketing agency’s ad rating party Sunday night.

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Members of the Chariots of Fire Running Club had a unique experience riding on an ice carousel before their Thursday afternoon run.

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Grand Haven’s Eastern Floral will now be called Huisman Flowers after the recent transition of ownership of Eastern Floral’s retail business operations in Holland and Grand Haven.

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The Tribune recently moved into its new offices at 700 Washington Ave., Suite 140.

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The Ottawa County Board of Commissioners has once again sent a letter to Gov. Gretchen Whitmer requesting that restaurants be allowed to stay open for in-person dining after Feb. 1, if not before.

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The Grand Haven Main Street Downtown Development Authority has received final approval from the City Council for a special assessment that will allow the agency to collect more money from its downtown partners.

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FRUITPORT TWP. — The past year brought significant challenges for animal rescues and shelters. In an attempt to help, Subaru of Muskegon and My Auto Import Center held an annual holiday pet food drive to benefit Pound Buddies of Muskegon and Heaven Can Wait Animal Haven.

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FRUITPORT — When customers enter Village Pharmacy of Fruitport, they are greeted like friends.

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Shopping at Overtime Sports is more than about buying a pair of skates – it’s about what remains after the blades dull or the boot doesn’t fit.

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The owners of a new east-side Grand Haven business called Burzurk Brewery Co. sought to purchase outdoor dining igloos when they first had the realization that indoor dining shutdowns would be a fixture of the pandemic.

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Sharon Behm says she couldn’t even buy an advertising flier for her downtown business with the same amount she contributes to the Grand Haven Main Street Downtown Development Authority fund.

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FERRYSBURG — The Pizza Hut in Ferrysburg, located at 201 Pine St., will close its doors for good on Dec. 13.

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Pink Lemonade is a cupcake-colored treasure trove in the heart of Grand Haven. Owner Jill Zagar said that while surrounded by other boutiques, hers stands out with a little something for everyone.

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KALAMAZOO — A ruling has been filed in a federal lawsuit against Michigan Department of Health and Human Services Director Robert Gordon that aimed to reopen restaurants across the state.

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At Lake Effect Kitchen – a meal prep and catering business near the corner of Fulton Avenue and Beechtree Street – the kitchen is where the love starts, but not where it ends.

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As soon as plates are polished off from Thanksgiving, local tree farms began to prepare for Christmas tree lovers to flock to their respected properties.