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Gerald R Ford Museum Offering Virtual Tours
If you have never visited the Gerald R. Ford Presidential Library and Museum or would like to revisit, well now you can from the comfort of your home.
Zoom Bombing is Now a Thing
I'm sure you have heard of photo bombing, well now there is a new term called Zoom bombing.
Small Businesses May Receive Relief Money Friday
If you have a small business that has applied for the COVID-19 relief loan, you may receive it by this Friday.
Helping Heroes With RVs for MDs
Here is another great way to allow first responders and medical professionals to isolate close to work, loan out your camper or RV.
Michigan Restaurants To Sell Products Found at Grocery Stores
The state of Michigan will now be allowing restaurants to sell products you would buy at the grocery store like meat, produce and toilet paper along with other goods
Prisons in Michigan & the Coronavirus
Michigan's Department of Corrections has a lot on its plate while inmates and employees have been testing positive for coronovirus.
Beginning Today, Costco Has New Hours
In order to help keep employees and shoppers safe, Costco will have a new hours.
T-Shirts Helping Raise Money for Out of Work Employees
A t-shirt shop in Holland, Michigan, has come up with a way for West Michigan businesses to raise money for people who have been put out of work because of the coronavirus outbreak.
Kent County Will Do Virtual Town Hall
Technology has come along way and to keep people safe, Kent County, Michigan, health official will be using that technology for a virtual town hall meeting Friday.
Ford Looking to Get Factories Restarted Sooner Than Later
The Ford Motor Company is looking at getting five North American assembly plants back up and running in April.
Gov. Whitmer Says Stay At Home Order is NOT OPTIONAL
Governor Gretchen Whitmer says the stay at home order is not optional and says you are breaking the law if you do otherwise.
Teachers In W. Michigan Find New Ways To Reach Students
With the statewide school shutdown, some West Michigan teachers have been getting creative on how to still connect with their students.