COVID19

Feature Story Meghan Heritage founded The Be Event six years ago to help women "be present" in various areas of their lives as well as give back to others.

Grand Haven nonprofit supports women by providing essentials


Feature Story Hadley Streng is president of the Grand Haven Area Community Foundation.

GHACF responds to ongoing need during pandemic with 14 grants


Feature Story Customer and employee safety remains a priority for businesses in downtown Holland and Grand Haven.
Feature Story Land O'Lakes donated 10,000 pounds of its dog food to Harbor Humane. The food will serve pets at the shelter, in foster care, and at the pet food pantry.
Feature Story Jennifer Joseph, a nurse aide at Mary Free Bed Rehabilitation Hospital in Grand Rapids, received the Essential Service Award in 2017.

Know a frontliner worker who deserves recognition?


Feature Story Emiliah Tanya Jo Odinsdottir

Poor face more hurdles because of COVID


Feature Story The Bridge Youth Center in Zeeland is expanding its mentoring program thanks to a grant from the CFHZ.
Feature Story Ed Garner is the Regional Director of the West Michigan Region of Michigan Small Business Development Center (SBDC).
Feature Story Tate Shumaker has an Etsy side hustle making habitats for pets.  Their store, Tatescosycreatures, features adorable hideaways shaped like fruits and vegetables for pet hamsters, guinea pigs, and rats.

Time is right for creative people to open Etsy shops


Feature Story Stephanie Briggs is Director of Admissions at Muskegon Community College.

How to apply for a Futures for Frontliners scholarship


Feature Story Dan Wedge is Executive Director of Services for Allegan County, with transportation services falling under his purview.
Feature Story Jason Cottrell and his daughter, Gracie Jo, 11, pose in front of the little free pantry their family created in front of their home, 1237 Marlene St. Holland.

Little pantry brings kindness, helping hand


Feature Story The Futures for Frontliners scholarship is intended to help essential workers pay their community college tuition.

State scholarship pays tuition for frontline workers


Feature Story Carolyn Stich has combined her whimiscal art with uplifting messages in artwork she created to honor essential workers.

Holland artist’s signs aim to cheer hospital workers, community


Feature Story Hope College's TRIO Upward Bound students received a special holiday treat from their mentors — and Santa — on Saturday, Dec. 12, 2020.

Socially distanced Santa visits Upward Bound students


Feature Story Patient Rick Zweering has been part of a pilot program to hone new remote patient monitoring software being developed by VitalTech and Holland-based Atrio Home Health.
Feature Story Elizabeth Kidd is Vice President of Community Impact for the Community Foundation of the Holland/Zeeland Area.
Feature Story City officials worked with the crowdsourcing platform Patronicity to purchase and install a 20-foot Christmas tree in a downtown Holland park. (City of Holland)
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