Calvin Hartley, of Belmont, received his Eagle Scout designation at a special Court of Honor conducted at Bella Vista Church in Rockford. He was presented his Eagle Scout pin by his brother and fellow Eagle Scout Alex Hartley. He is the son of Dan and Tami Hartley of Belmont. Calvin, 18, was home schooled and […]

Spectrum Health, Meijer Announce Plans to Explore an On-Site Retail Pharmacy at Butterworth Hospital

Partnership expected to bring convenience to patients GRAND RAPIDS, Mich., – Spectrum Health and Meijer have signed a letter of intent to explore the Grand Rapids, Mich.-based retailer opening and operating a full-service retail pharmacy on the campus of the Spectrum Health Medical Center. A final agreement would allow Meijer to operate a comprehensive retail […]

ASK SCORE SCORE, Counselors to America’s Small Business Free Business Counseling

SCORE – Your Gateway to Business Success!   SCORE is here to help entrepreneurs, and owners of small to medium sized businesses be more successful.  SCORE provides free business mentoring through more than 40 experienced individuals in our Grand Rapids Chapter.  These volunteers offer more than 400 years of business management experience in many different […]

Join Us for Barrels and Brews

What do rain barrels and a business making great beer have in common? Clean water for the Rogue River. A rain barrel is a system that collects and stores rainwater (stormwater) from your roof that would otherwise be lost to runoff and diverted to storm drains and streams. Stormwater is the leading source of water […]

“very own town”

Corbin & Nate Herrington

On his way to the Smokey Mountains for spring break, Corbin Herrington was excited to find his “very own town” along the way.  Located just off I-75, the Roguewood fourth grader discovered the town of Corbin, Kentucky.  Colonel Harland Sanders called Corbin, KY his home and it is the birthplace of his famous Kentucky Fried […]