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As our community continues to confront the enormous challenges created by the coronavirus pandemic, The Tribune pledges to continue providing important timely information to our readers through our various platforms – print edition, website and social media.

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Weekly grocery shopping trips used to be a time for me to relax, think about the week ahead and see familiar faces.

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A medical mask assembly line that would typically take six months to develop was created in six days by JR Automation in a partnership with General Motors.

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GRAND RAPIDS — Meijer announced Thursday it is adjusting its store hours for the foreseeable future – both to allow more time for team members to deep clean and restock stores, as well as dedicated hours for senior citizens, customers with chronic health conditions, essential service workers…

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Some local grocery stores may feel like ghost towns these days, with empty shelves and near-empty fresh meat cases, but experts in the industry say there is no need to panic – as panic is what caused this scene in the first place.

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Stacey Ruwe, agent at Five Star Lakeshore Grand Haven office, was honored at the 20th anniversary celebration of the West Michigan Lakeshore Association of Realtors as the Realtor of the Year.

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LANSING — Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer issued a sweeping order Monday banning dine-in customers at restaurants and closing all bars, movie theaters, gyms and other sports facilities to curb the spread of the coronavirus.

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FERRYSBURG — Todd Johnson was struggling to find direction to his life after the unexpected death of his wife, Cindy, two and a half years ago.

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Grand Haven-based lighting manufacturer, LightCorp, recently announce it has acquired the Stockton, California-based lifestyle and functional accessory brand, Most Modest.

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Downtown Grand Haven storefronts will house scenes from nursery rhymes this Saturday afternoon.

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COOPERSVILLE — U.S. Sen. Gary Peters gained firsthand insight into the apprenticeship and training efforts happening in West Michigan on Tuesday during tours of a Coopersville-based union and a technical learning center in Muskegon.

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MUSKEGON — U.S. Sen. Gary Peters met machining, automotive and graphic production students while touring the Career Tech Center in Muskegon on Tuesday.

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DETROIT — General Motors decision to pull out of Australia, New Zealand and Thailand as part of a strategy to exit markets that don’t produce adequate returns on investments raised dismay Monday from officials concerned over job losses.

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NEW YORK — It has become standard practice for U.S. corporations to assure employees of support regardless of their race, gender or sexual orientation. There’s now an intensifying push to ensure that companies are similarly supportive and inclusive when it comes to employees’ religious beliefs.

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The word “recession” made several appearances during the local Chamber of Commerce’s Economic Forecast for Northwest Ottawa County presentation Tuesday morning.

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Area residents gearing up to take in the unofficial national holiday called Super Bowl Sunday can get a sneak peak at the advertising, if they want.

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LANSING — Michigan on Wednesday agreed to revise decade-long tax breaks for General Motors in exchange for the company’s commitment to spend at least $3.5 billion more over 10 years, including to build electric pickup trucks in Detroit.

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The plans for opening a Wayback Burgers location at 541 S. Beechtree St. in Grand Haven have been put on the back burner, but they are still simmering.

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Many of the shops that have been located at Chinook Pier’s three buildings will not be returning to the same spots this year after air samples taken there have revealed high levels of mold in some areas.

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An iconic Grand Haven business that closed in 2018 will be reopening soon with a slightly different niche — and name.

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CHICAGO — ’Twas a cold December day when, trudging through the vast expanse of the 900 North Michigan Shops, passing Gucci and hand-woven silk fabrics I could never afford, I noticed the strangest of welcome sights. It was a modest reminder that sometimes things get better. It was the time o…

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This Saturday, you can roll out of bed and head to the stores without ever taking off your pajamas.