Sustainability

Development News A cyclist takes the the pump park at Hines Park bike park for a ride.
Longform Members of the cycling group Spoke Junkies head off on their bi-weekly ride from River's Edge Brewing Company in Milford.
Longform Members of the cycling group Spoke Junkies head off on their bi-weekly ride from River's Edge Brewing Company in Milford.
Longform Members of the cycling group Spoke Junkies head off on their bi-weekly ride from River's Edge Brewing Company in Milford.
Longform Members of the cycling group Spoke Junkies head off on their bi-weekly ride from River's Edge Brewing Company in Milford.
Development News Is the cost of internet a barrier? There’s a federal program that helps pay for broadband for low-income families, called the Emergency Broadband Benefit (EBB). The program pays up to $50 a month toward broadband service for eligible families.
Feature Story Mid-Michigan is home to beautiful hiking trails, fit for rugged hikers or young families. (Photo: Midland City Forest)

These trails were made for walking: Our top 10 hiking trails in mid-Michigan


Development News UCS food service
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Development News “I’m proud that JoeBar continues to show our great city how easy it is to support all of our neighbors on a weekly basis,” says Kevin Hickner, beverage director and bartender at Joebar.
Feature Story NOAA GLERL scientists deploy a thermistor chain for long-term temperature monitoring in southern Lake Michigan, 1999.
Feature Story Music in the Park, Sterling heights
Development News Sterling Heights muralist Wendy Popko is excited about her new mural at Dodge Park, which will include the use of augmented reality.
Development News Innovation Hills Playground is designed to “provide a playground for children with disabilities to play alongside their neuro-typical peers.”
Development News Outdoor seating, part of the Syndicate social district, outside of KickstART Gallery & Shop.
Feature Story Recycling raccoons list
Feature Story Climate Kalamazoo Climate Grief

Climate Kalamazoo: Grief, reconstructed


Feature Story Muskegon YMCA volunteers distribute bags of food to those in need.
Feature Story “I see this as a family-to-family service for the community,” says Angela Tolonen.
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