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Orion Township beer distributor invests in energy efficient upgrades

The Orion Township-based Powers Distributing is the first business in the state to have completed a refinanced PACE (Property Assessed Clean Energy) project.

Griffin Claw Brewing Company plans Birmingham expansion, second location in Rochester Hills

Fresh off the December 2015 opening of a new retail area at their Birmingham bar and brewing facility, Griffin Claw Brewing Company has announced plans to open a second location in Rochester Hills.

Celebrate a decade of Pure Michigan with a year's worth of happenings throughout metro Detroit

To celebrate its 10th year, Pure Michigan has released some of their most anticipated Michigan adventures, attractions, and openings coming in 2016.

New restaurant serves fresh, delicious vegan and vegetarian food in Ferndale

Even the cocktails are healthier at GreenSpace Cafe.

Regional development news roundup

Westland's new smokehouse, Rochester Hills' parks and rec master plan, and Ferndale's new maternity leave policy.

Will tenants, economic development come with opening of City Hall Artspace Lofts in Dearborn?

The mixed-use art campus development spans across three buildings and includes 53 residential units, artist work spaces, gallery space, public performance space, business spaces, and more.

Preservation group forms to protect historic character of downtown Farmington

A cluster of Victorian-era Queen Anne houses greets visitors as they enter historic downtown Farmington from the east, but a newly formed preservation group fears these historic structure are at risk from developers.

McClary Bros. Drinking Vinegars opens Farmington storefront

After laying a foundation for its brand of flavored drinking vinegars on the farmers market and special event circuit, Detroit-born and made McClary Bros. has moved into a brick-and-mortar space of its own in downtown Farmington.

Lawrence Tech hopes to set new national standard for stormwater management with innovative pilot

In an effort to curb water pollution caused by stormwater runoff, Lawrence Technological University in Southfield will become the first demonstration site in the U.S. of a new green drainage system.

Bike loop, fix-it stations, and more coming to Pontiac

Several bike-friendly initiatives are the latest effort to make Pontiac more livable, likeable and economically viable.

Craft beer, home cooking, and family come together at forthcoming HomeGrown Brewing Co. in Oxford

The brewpub will serve the Powers family's flagship beers and experiment with seasonal brews along with house-made, fresh food.

Carhartt to expand Dearborn headquarters, create 215 jobs

At 126 years old, workwear maker Carhartt has seen the popular appeal of its clothing grow beyond the work site, which is why the company is now expanding its headquarters in Dearborn.

Hyatt Hotel, apartments, retail, office planned for vacant Royal Oak car dealership

Plans to turn a vacant car dealership on Main Street in Royal Oak into a Hyatt hotel with connected residential, retail, and office space are moving ahead following the approval of incentives from the state.

Baba's brings belly dancing, kibbeh to downtown Wyandotte

A new Lebanese bar & grill is adding variety to downtown Wyandotte's restaurant scene - and entertainment options.

Oakland U's new dorm a study in energy efficiency

The nearly 165,000-square-foot, 500-bed residence has received LEED gold certification for its environmentally-conscious design.
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