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West Michigan Beer Tours leads beer lovers to the hops

A tour for hop lovers and those that want to know more about its harvest is coming from West Michigan Beer Tours.

Community invited to taste the latest in dining at WMU

The Valley Dining Center ribbon cutting is scheduled for 3 p.m. Sept. 1.

Work with HeroRATS brings praise for WMU professor

Dr. Alan D. Poling has done years of work with rats that detect landmines  that now is being recognized for the good it is doing across the globe.

HopCat announces Oct. 8 opening date for Kalamazoo

The crack fries are coming. The crack fries are coming.

First National Bank of Michigan welcomes Sue Edwards and Steve Piper

First National Bank of Michigan hires new executives.

Generation E Institute plans second annual Startup Fest

Startup Fest returns to Battle Creek and all kinds of entrepreneurs are invited to participate. Experienced business people are needed too.

New Age Store opens in Berrien County

Artes and Craft opens in Hartford, offering new place to find New Age and Earth-based spirituality items.

Community connections is focus of INSPIRE event for area educators

Educators of all sorts will gather at INSPIRE, an event with focus on community-wide connections.

Fabric business and quilting machine distributor becomes part of the business fabric of St. Joseph

Accomplish Quilting just keeps growing. Now it has expanded into a new location in St. Joseph. 

The Foundry announces first tenant for $10 million redevelopment project

The first tenant is also the construction firm for The Foundry, a redevelopment project at 600 E. Michigan Ave. undertaken by Treystar. 

Vehicle lighting manufacturer expands in Comstock Township

TecNiq plans to create 120 jobs in Comstock Township as it grows into a new 100,000-square-foot-building. 

Land Conservancy receives large matching grant to protect Battle Creek watershed

At least 480 acres of property that are of high priority to the protection of the Battle Creek River Watershed can now be conserved.

WAI announces six new hires

Six professionals have joined the civil engineers, architects, and surveyors at Wightman and Associates, Inc.

BCU board names Joe Sobieralski as Interim President  & CEO

Joe Sobieralski's past experience includes leadership positions with a variety of organizations as a past Executive Director and City Manager.

Six take various posts as they join TowerPinkster team

A professional engineer, interior designers, landscape architect and architectural technicians join TowerPinkster.
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