Feature Story Good Samaritan Ministries is administering the MSHDA COVID-19 eviction diversion program. Pictured (from left) are Good Sam team members Virgenmina Calo, Jessi Christensen, and Andrew Zokoe.
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.
Development News UCS food service
Feature Story BirCan abstract
Innovation News Creator Shawn Bungo created a "micro-gallery" on top of his Take Art Leave Art box to showcase contributors' work.
Development News Downtown Story Day is this Saturday, April 10 from noon to 4 p.m. in downtown Midland.
Feature Story Music in the Park, Sterling heights
Innovation News EMU student Kayla Nelson reads "Corduroy Takes a Bow" for the Storybook Series.
Development News Bare All Clothing

GRABB grants help area Black businesses navigate COVID-19

Feature Story Bill Fales
Development News New Vaccine Site, Sterling Heights
Feature Story Muskegon YMCA volunteers distribute bags of food to those in need.
Feature Story A family’s art: Jake Nordin, son of co-owners Michelle Plucinsky and Chris Nordin
Feature Story The cast's makeup area at the Richmond Community Theatre (RCT) has recently gotten a face lift.

Blue Water community theaters transform during pandemic

Feature Story Meko Price's business, glō SKIN SPA, is located on Eastman Avenue. Prior to any treatment, clients enter the consultation room. There, they can see a polarized view of their face and skin before discussing their skincare goals.
Feature Story ON the Ground Calhoun County Vaccination Update
Innovation News Mi Padrino founder and CEO Kim Gamez wears one of the masks she and her team created for
Innovation News coronavirus
Feature Story Cynthia Martinez films Daniel, a student in the TRIO Upward Bound program.

Filmmaker gives a voice to first gen college students