Sustainability

Feature Story Sixteen-year-old Makenzie Aney is the inspiration for a café her aunt plans to open in mid-2022 with an aspiration to do more than sell espressos and lattes. 
Development News The Kresge Artist Fellowship offers metro Detroit artists the chance at winning a $25,000 no-strings-attached fellowship.
Development News The Downtown Farmington Gift Card provides local business owners another tool in their belt as they look to attract customers this holiday shopping season.
Feature Story Experience a traditional Dutch Christmas Market without ever leaving the country.
Feature Story Mandy Anderson and Aaron Johnson of Eat Well Do Good.
Feature Story The Outdoor Discovery Center's new nature playscape is one of several the nonprofit has built and plans to build in West Michigan.

ODC opens crowdfunded natural play space


Innovation News Ann Arbor resident Maisie Weyhing features in a documentary presented to the UN Climate Change Conference of the Parties.

Ann Arbor teens featured in video at UN Climate Change Conference


Feature Story Isabel and Shaun Drone are starting their own F45 Training franchise in downtown Farmington.
Feature Story Hugh Davis, CEO and co-founder of Revolin Sports, and Sophie Vanden Bosch, the co-founder and chief marketing officer of Revolin Sports.

Revolin Sports’ co-founders are making pickleball sustainable


Development News The Saildrone Explorer was seen in the St. Clair River and Black River canal this past October.
Development News Participants in Macomb's October birding trail launch event look for birds at Lake St. Clair Metropark.
Development News The Farmington Civic Theater began showing first-run movies when it opened in 1940, switched to second-run films in the 1980s, and has now returned to showing first-run movies for the first time in decades.
Development News The Jollibee restaurant chain is expected to open in Sterling Heights next summer.
Feature Story A Grand Rapids employee at work in the control room of the city's water department.

Project aims to build pipeline to careers in the water industry


Development News A schematic showing planned changes for I-94 at Huron Street in Ypsilanti.
Feature Story Todd Krygsheld is the executive director of Escape Ministries

4-part series explores causes of poverty and tools for change