State Goes After Sellers Of Virus Patch
Two West Michigan based businesses are being threatened by the State Attorney General’s office with a cease and desist order. The two have been offering what they call a “coronavirus defender patch”.
Governor Requests Emergency SBA Loans For Michigan
After ordering thousands of Michigan businesses to close because of the COVID-19 scare, Governor Gretchen Whitmer says she is working to get loans available to help business owners get through the resulting crunch.
Battle Creek Police Stage Street Prostitution Sweep
Battle Creek Police staged a street prostitution sweep this week, arresting five area men and one woman
Another Wave Of Flu Hits SW Michigan
A member of Kalamazoo County Board of Commissioners reports about 10 percent of the county’s employees spread throughout all departments were absent from work yesterday.
Online Sports Betting In Michigan Won’t Happen Fast
The issue is predictable. Layers upon layers of review and approvals.
No Halt To State Investigation Of Assaults Involving MSU
Reports surfaced earlier this week that Michigan’s Attorney General Dana Nessel was suspending the department’s criminal investigation into Michigan State University’s handling of complaints against serial sexual abuser Larry Nassar. Nesell is now saying that is not quite right…
No Shortage Of Christmas Trees This Year
There were a lot of reports in mid-November about a retail shortage developing in Michigan this season. But businesses that wanted to buy trees wholesale for their retail offerings have had no problems getting trees.
Gilmore Car Museum To Build A Muscle Car Exhibit
The 1968 Ford Mustang GT is considered by many as the most iconic muscle car of all, thanks to its role in the Steve McQueen movie…Bullitt.