Downtown areas are known to be the “cherry on top” of its respective city – a place to visit, shop and explore.
A bit of good news for propane users in Michigan. Supplies are on the rise, although winter temperatures are not.
Money is something many people wish they had more of.
During the last week of February, several financial groups are teaming up to educate people on how they can save money through the annual initiative, America Saves Week. Read more
In the midst of a chilly Michigan winter, some state officials are already focused on the summer county-fair season.
The state Department of Agriculture and Rural Development has awarded grant money to counties for improvements to their fairgrounds. Read more
Central Michigan University President Dr. George Ross testified Thursday before the State Senate subcommittee on Higher Education. Read more
The Michigan Public Radio Network reported Monday that a petition drive is underway to raise the state’s minimum wage.
It’s the billion-dollar question: what to do with the state’s budget surplus, and advocates for seniors say the answer is to ease the burden older Michiganders have been carrying since being hit with a series of tax hikes in 2011.
According to Lisa Dedden Cooper, manager of advocacy for ARRP Michigan, using the budget surplus to reverse some of that damage would have a ripple effect through the state’s economy.
The subzero wind chills have been brutal enough, but many Michiganders are in for even more ugly numbers when they open up their January heating bills.
That’s why officials want to spread the word that help is available.