Economic Development

Development News Steps leading to the Dow Gardens Conservatory

Dow Gardens conservatory reopens


Development News Absentee ballots must be submitted by 8pm, Tuesday, November 8.

Preview of the November election


Feature Story The Northwood University International Show takes place Oct. 7-9 in Midland.

Campus Car Show Returns to Midland for 59th Year


Development News Parade of Homes-Greystone1

Parade of Homes showcases "dream homes"


Development News Delta College in downtown Saginaw

Catalyst Community: Architecture-Colors


Development News Buttles Street sign
Feature Story Pinecrest Farms Administrator Kory Priest, right, chats with Pinecrest resident Suzie Rutledge.

Pinecrest Farms, is a unique and historic service, offered by Midland County


In The News Dr. Lydia Watson is the new President/CEO of MyMichigan Health.

New President/CEO named for MyMichigan Health


Development News Sign-Mama's Market

New market opens in Coleman


Feature Story Jonagold's are mix of Golden Delicious and Jonathan apples.

Moore Orchards open this fall


Development News Olvera's Bar B-Q Food Court
Development News Center City signage

Center City getting a corridor remake


Feature Story Redirecting the river back through its original channels – through spillways at the dam – is another aspect of dam stabilization.

Restoring the Four Lakes: Where are we now?


Development News The MACF is partnering with the County of Midland to accept and review ARPA grant requests.

Nonprofits can apply for ARPA funding


Feature Story Jeff Rekeweg and Kurt Busard are the new owners of Frick's Sports Bar.

A landmark Midland bar is getting new life


Development News View from across the river and below the Poseyville Road Bridge

Riverfront Restoration Project underway


Development News "Our mission is to create environments where everybody can experience the creative process."
Feature Story Ricky Nalett (L) and Kay Rinker O’Neil (R) play with intensity.

Photo story: The Commons-Downtown Midland


Development News Trained volunteers are eligible to help Little Forks collect samples.