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LMC honors MLK Spotlight recipients

The recipients of Lake Michigan College’s Spirit of MLK Spotlight awards this year are Ashley Hines, Nicholas Gunn, and the African American History and Literature Gallery. LMC held its annual MLK Celebration and Community Breakfast on Monday.

Gordie Howe International Bridge taking shape

The new Gordie Howe International Bridge is taking shape and is expected to be opened next year. Speaking on this week’s edition of the Michigan Department of Transportation Podcast, Talking Transportation, the Windsor Detroit Bridge Authority’s Heather

Allegan County To Expand Broadband To All

Allegan County will be expanding broadband internet availability to the entire county in the next two years. The county board of commissioners on Thursday approved paying Southfield-based 123.net $18 million for the project to get the service

Allegan County To Expand Broadband To All

Allegan County will be expanding broadband internet availability to the entire county in the next two years. The county board of commissioners on Thursday approved paying Southfield-based 123.net $18 million for the project to get the service

Mega Millions At $1.35 Billion Tonight

Retail stores that sell lottery tickets could be busy today as tonight’s Mega Millions jackpot is $1.35 billion. This second largest jackpot is not likely to dissuade Michiganders on this Friday the 13th. The Michigan Lottery’s Jake

Labor Unions Push for More NLRB Funding

Labor groups are calling on the new Congress to build on last year’s $25 million funding increase for the National Labor Relations Board, an agency they said has been chronically short-staffed and underfunded. The board is struggling

Tulip Time set for May in Holland

Something new is coming to Tulip Time in Holland this spring. Festival Director Gwen Auwerda says they’re bringing in the Bicycle Showband Crescendo from the Netherlands for their first visit ever to the U.S. “If you can