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.
Village Council recently approved a Commercial Redevelopment District, which will affect 99 parcels within the village limits. The idea is to lower taxes so developers are more willing to spend money on local projects.
A popular Fruitport ice cream shop that’s known for its large portions is coming to Grand Haven — possibly before the Memorial Day weekend.
The Paisley Pig Gastropub announced this week that it had purchased the Black Sheep Baa & Grill at 1642 S. Shore Drive.
A Grand Rapids-based distillery has been searching for a venue in Grand Haven over the past several months, and the owners are hoping they have finally found a new home.
Alex Rogalla, owner of the Spring Lake and Fruitport Orchard Market stores, said it’s part of the cost of doing business.
With visions of basketballs dribbling in their heads, many workers, some with the blessing from their bosses, are keeping tabs on their brackets and final scores.
Bhupinder Dhillon says he hopes to open the Spring Lake Party Store in the big orange building at the southeast corner of M-104 and Lake Avenue by the end of June.
A public hearing will take place at Monday’s City Council meeting to grant Long Road a liquor license.
Museum collecting funds to restore Braak’s Bakery sign
Local sweet treats entrepreneur Kelly Larson has been chosen as a finalist in the Grand Rapids Business Journal's Top Women-Owned Businesses competition.
SPRING LAKE — After more than two years of anticipation, Fuel Bar & Refuge will open Thursday evening in the former Chan's Restaurant at 228 W. Savidge St.