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Things to do in Michigan: Your Fall Bucket List

When fall rolls around, Michigan dresses itself in the boldest colors. Hardwood forests grow brilliant with reds and yellows. The low-slanting rays of the sun turn the Great Lakes a deep turquoise blue. U-pick farms and vineyards explode with the ripe flavors of fall, and Michigan’s cities celebrate the season with fall festivals. Check out…

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Grand RapidsProductWorld News

Ford Airport: Continues Growth in 8th Straight Month of 2018

Ford Airport: Continues Growth in 8th Straight Month of 2018 After serving more than a quarter-million passengers in the month of July, the Gerald R. Ford International Airport (GFIA) topped that with an August that served close to 300,000 passengers. August marks the eighth record-breaking month in a row for 2018, and the airport has…

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Grand RapidsImmigrationPolitics

Gobierno revela planes para limitar residencias

Gobierno revela planes para limitar residencias y ciudadanías a inmigrantes que se beneficien de ayuda pública. La secretaria del Departamento de Seguridad Nacional, Kirstjen Nielsen, dijo en un comunicado que los cambios propuestos “promoverán la autosuficiencia y protección de recursos finitos asegurando que los inmigrantes no se conviertan en una carga para los contribuyentes”.  El gobierno…

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Grand RapidsPeoplePoliticsWorld News

Gov. Snyder: State government is going ‘Outside the Box’

Gov. Snyder: State government is going ‘Outside the Box’ . Governor directs departments to eradicate felony question prior to occupational licensing, state job applications. Gov. Rick Snyder last month announced the Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs (LARA) has removed the checkbox reading “Were you convicted of a felony?” that precedes occupational and construction code licensing…

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Invasive Mosquito Known To Carry Zika Virus Found In Michigan

WAYNE COUNTY— The invasive Asian tiger mosquito has been identified in Wayne County again this year, officials from the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS) and Wayne County Health Department announced Wednesday. Last August, the presence of the mosquito was reported in an industrial area of Livonia. On Aug. 16, the presence of…

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Grand RapidsPolitics

Teacher unsuccessfully fights his dismissal after poor evaluation

By Monica Scott – mscott2@mlive.com * LINK GRAND RAPIDS, MI – A probationary teacher with Grand Rapids Public Schools was unsuccessful in contesting his dismissal this week, based on a minimally effective evaluation in his third year. The school board on Monday voted 7 to 2 to uphold the administration’s nonrenewal decision regarding Tom Bratt, who taught language arts at…

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Grand RapidsPeoplePolitics

Abe Garcia announces his candidacy for Wayland City Commisson

Abraham Garcia announced his candidacy for the Wayland City Commission recently.  His passion for volunteerism in the community is matched by his enthusiasm to contribute his talent and voice to serve the residents of Wayland. Abe has served on the Wayland City Planning Commission and sees his future service on the Wayland City Commission as…

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