'Murder Hornets' May Never Make Their Way to Michigan
Good news, everyone! It appears that while "murder hornets" have made their way to the U.S., it's likely that it will take years before they get to Michigan, if they make it here at all.
Discounts & Freebies for West MI First Responders & Frontliners
Frontline workers in West Michigan have been working night and day during the COVID-19 pandemic, and many restaurants and businesses are stepping up to thank them for their hard work and dedication to the community.
President Trump Says Michigan Protesters Are 'Very Good People'
Friday morning, Trump tweeted that the protesters who showed up at the state capitol building yesterday are "very good people", and that Gov. Whitmer should "give a little" and "make a deal" to curb their anger.
Gov. Whitmer Extends Michigan's State of Emergency Through May 28
Thursday night, Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer extended Michigan's state of emergency until May 28 due to COVID-19. The move came after the state legislature refused to do so.
Michigan Construction Industry Expected to Reopen May 7
Gov. Gretchen Whitmer is expected to reopen Michigan's construction industry on May 7.
Michigan's Justin Amash Announces Presidential Bid
West Michigan native and U.S. Representative Justin Amash formally announced his bid for president Tuesday night. He will run as a Libertarian.
Your New Must-Have Quarantine Item - This Adult-Sized Kiddie Pool
This thing will fit three adults (though, that may be a little tight), or one adult on some sort of inflatable raft if you're into that sort of thing.
Gov. Whitmer Extends MI's Stay-at-Home Order Until May 15
Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer has extended the state's stay-at-home order until May 15. The good news for many who have been opposed to the order, is that this new order has also lifted some restrictions.
LOCAL BUSINESSES: Local Businesses Open in the West Michigan Area
Local businesses are essential to our area's economy, and we want to support those who are out their providing services to our community.
Traverse City's National Cherry Festival Canceled for 2020
One of the true signs of summer in Michigan, Traverse City's National Cherry Festival, has been cancelled for 2020.
You Can Now Invite a Llama or Goat to Your Zoom Meetings
Not a baaaa-ad idea.