Feature Story Mundos 305 is west of downtown Traverse City.

Brewing success in Traverse City

Development News Dr. Kathy Dollard is the director of the behavioral health service line at MyMichigan Health.

Profile Q & A with Dr. Kathy Dollard, MyMichigan Behavioral Health

Feature Story Northwood University students involved in the I Hear You Project
Feature Story Part of the streetscape of downtown Wayland.
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Biggby Coffee expands its footprint in rural Michigan

Feature Story This historic chapel will be renovated into a performance and gathering space.
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Flocking to a new breed of sheep in Calhoun County

Development News "Because of this grant, we hope our project will serve as a model for stewardship of historic buildings in our community and promote greater efforts for preservation here in Alpena,” says Alpena DDA Executive Director Anne Gentry.
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Breaking Bread Village leads the conversation

Feature Story To keep their trucks in tip-top shape, the road commission employs a team of mechanics.
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Ironwood and other rural towns embrace placemaking

Feature Story The museum is part of a park, already popular with cross-country skiers.

Erwin Township museum connects past to future

Innovation News U-M Professor of Materials Science and Engineering Max Stein and Brian Iezzi, post-doctoral researcher at U-M's Materials Science and Engineering Department, analyze fabric with photonic fibers woven into it.
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Rural towns across Michigan embrace placemaking

Feature Story Kalamazoo Lyceum
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City offers survey to gain input on master plan

Feature Story There's a need for more preschool educators and child care providers.

Challenges finding caregivers and educators for children

Feature Story the Shell gas station in downtown Lake Orion
Development News "The arboretum will be a visible way for us to carry on Fred's legacy for years to come," says Dr. Neil Hawkins, president of the Fred A. and Barbara M. Erb Family Foundation.