“Rona Violations Lead To Fines Against Michigan Businesses
The state is continuing it’s COVID-19 virus workplace rules enforcement this week. It’s imposing fines totaling over $51,000 against 19 businesses across the state.
Firekeepers Celebrates New Additions
The topping-off ceremony for the second hotel tower at Firekeepers preceded the opening of the casino’s new sportsbook, Dacey’s Sportsbook.
Get Ready To Stand In Line returning Bottles And Cans
One of the most recent Executive Orders from Governor Gretchen Whitmer allows retailers to begin processing bottle deposits again.
Thieves Target Storage Units in Three Counties – Is Yours OK?
So far, 11 commercial storage sites in the three counties are verified as being hit by the trio. There could be others that investigators have not yet pinpointed. If you have a storage unit in the area, might be a good idea to do a quick check.
Grand Haven State Park Indefinitely Closed
Supervisors say dozens were not paying any attention to social distancing requirements.
Will April Snow Showers Bring May Flowers?
The southernmost tier of west and central Michigan counties along the Indiana state line border are under a Winter Weather Advisory from the National Weather Service today. That includes Berrien County over to Hillsdale county. 3-5 inches of snow is expected this morning.
Virtual Food Drive Underway To Help Seniors
Donations will help the group provide boxes of food to seniors in need throughout Michigan. Each box of food has enough food for at least 22 meals. A donation of $28 covers the cost of one box.
Overloaded Michigan Unemployment Online System Crashes
Unemployed workers in Michigan were going to the state’s website yesterday in big numbers to get registered. No one knows exactly how many were jammed in, but it was enough to crash the system at mid-day.
Under the “Stay Home – Stay Safe” Order, You May Still Get Out
You can enjoy outdoor activities, including walking, hiking, running, cycling or any other recreational activity consistent with remaining at least six feet from people.
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.