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UD-Mercy professor part of team that identified new dinosaur

University of Detroit Mercy’s Nizar Ibrahim was part of an international team of scientists, led by Baylor University’s Megan Jacobs and including...

Income Property Organization named top ‘Power Broker’

Income Property Organization (IPO) has been named one of the nation’s top real estate brokers and brokerages through the CoStar Group’s annual Power Broker...

Students Graduate ACE Mentor Program of West Michigan

On March 10, 22 graduates of the 2020 ACE Mentor Program of West Michigan gathered among parents, professionals, community leaders and community partners Rockford...

Westland native serves with Naval Mobile Construction Battalion 1

Builder Constructionman Steven Schwab, from Westland, Mich., assigned to Naval Mobile Construction Battalion (NMCB) 1, inspects a lighting unit for a pre-staging...

Jaffe Raitt Heuer & Weiss partner recognized in 2019 Top Verdicts

Christopher Cataldo, a partner at Jaffe Raitt Heuer & Weiss, P.C., was recently recognized in Michigan Lawyers Weekly’s 2019 Top Verdicts list.https://www.jaffelaw.com/news-insights/jaffe-5-million-verdict-named-to-michigan-lawyers-weeklys-2019-top-verdicts-list

Ken Fortier named vice president at Hylant

Hylant, one of the nation’s largest privately owned insurance brokerages, has hired Grand Rapids sales and marketing leader Ken Fortier to lead business development...
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Paycheck Protection Program in CARES Act goes live April 3

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UD-Mercy professor part of team that identified new dinosaur

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The number of cases and, more importantly, the number of deaths from the coronavirus are expected to rise, prompting President Donald Trump to say the next two weeks are going to be "very tough."

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Under a new agreement announced Monday, restaurant owners -– once trained to do so – can start selling food and pantry items that previously were limited to grocery and retail stores.

Car companies driving production of equipment to fight COVID-19 virus

With Ford's announcement it will build ventilators, Detroit's car companies are now heavily involved in production of equipment to fight COVID-19.

Income Property Organization named top ‘Power Broker’

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