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Feature Story Tim Price, co-owner of RollXscape Skating Center in Holland Township, right, shows skating enthusiast a set of LED quad roller skate wheels in the rink’s skate shop during the venue’s grand opening, Nov. 4.

Roller rink makes a comeback as RollXscape Skating Center


Feature Story Culinary Institute of Michigan Professor and Chef Amanda Miller — and contributor to Patricia’s Chocolates in Grand Haven participated in the Netflix series "School of Chocolate."
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 A customer orders at the Kuntry Cookin' food truck in Muskegon.

Success of Kuntry Cookin’ shows the power of community support


Feature Story Sarah Porebski, the newest co-owner of the Holland Peanut Store, first started working at there while she was still in middle school.
Feature Story Proponants for social districts say a drink in hand makes the wait more bearable for restaurant patrons who are up to an hour away from being seated, and it benefits nearby shops.
Feature Story Jenny Van Veen, owner of Frances Jaye in downtown Holland, poses in front of her store.
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GRABB grants help area Black businesses navigate COVID-19


Feature Story Bowerman Blueberries is expanding its original farmers market and bringing a restaurant to downtown Holland later this year.

Bowerman bringing blueberries to downtown Holland


Feature Story Zeeland's Strength and Main ad campaign asks customers to pull together for downtown businesses
Feature Story Customer and employee safety remains a priority for businesses in downtown Holland and Grand Haven.
Feature Story Tanya Schafer and Patrick Westover, Tantrick Brewing Co. co-owners, are expanding their micro-brewery into downtown Allegan.

Tantrick Brewing Co. announces downtown Allegan facility


Feature Story Dons Flowers and Gifts President Douglas J. Vos and office manager Katie DenHerder prepare to give away 3,500 roses to customers, so they can gift the flowers to friends and family in an effort to lift community spirits during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Zeeland shop offers free flowers to lift community spirits


Feature Story Customer and employee safety remains a priority for businesses in downtown Holland and Grand Haven.

What businesses need to know about Michigan’s mask mandate