Technology and Innovation

Development News “It just makes sense for us to support initiatives like the Macomb Science Olympiad – initiatives that work to grow STEM-based talent to fill the jobs of tomorrow,” says Sterling Heights Senior Economic Development Advisor Luke Bonner.
Feature Story Dave Koster is the general manager of the Holland BPW.
Feature Story Woodward Inc. is expanding its aerospace manufacturing capabilities.
Feature Story Koops Automation Systems team members work together to assemble an automated system.
Feature Story A section of the Bay to Bridge trail in Port Huron.
Development News Social distancing in effect at the Farmington Farmers Market
Feature Story A large contingents of canvasback duck make themselves at home on Lake St. Clair.
Feature Story Central Asphalt
Special Report State of Health special report graphic
Development News Rendering of proposed downtown Wixom trail segment.
Feature Story Holland entrepreneur Charles Elwood has used his ingenuity and skills to organize the making of Personal Protective Equipment on machines such as 3D printers.
Development News There are more than 100 nonprofits in the SHARE Detroit directory; the organization hopes to reach more than 250 by summer.
Longform A2EF DEI Internship Program participants Sabrina Xiao and Mohamed Said.
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 Joyanne Huston-Swanson, community relations for the Kent District Library, works with a wi-fi hotspot that is available for checkout at the library. Patrons have used the hotspots to access telehealth appointments, among other needs.
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.
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