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LANSING – The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS) has issued a Request for Proposals (RFP) to provide emergency shelter or lodging for eligible households experiencing homelessness and administer the program.

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Scott Babcock has been in his fair share of musical groups since he first picked up a pair of drumsticks 30 years ago. He played drums in a few well-known local groups, including Teez, Down by One, and Fargyn’ Bastyges.

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What: The Duck Creek Watershed Assembly is hosting a beach cleanup as part of the Alliance for the Great Lakes’ Adopt-a-Beach™ program. Every year, about 15,000 volunteers participate in cleanups across all five Great Lakes. Volunteers remove tens of thousands of pounds of litter from Great …

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MUSKEGON – At Muskegon’s Nuvo College of Cosmetology, there’s a curious exhibit.

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MUSKEGON – It has been five years in the making, but the new VanDyk Mortgage Convention Center is now officially open, and a ribbon cutting ceremony took place Monday, April 12 to mark the occasion.

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The Community Foundation for Oceana County is excited to announce the availability of adult student scholarships aimed at students accepted into the Futures for Frontliners or Michigan Reconnect programs enrolled at Muskegon Community College or West Shore Community College.

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Those that take up running do it for a plethora of reasons. For some it is about health, others freedom, but it is always personal. It takes a tremendous amount of determination to go out and run for miles on a daily or weekly basis. For Lee Thornquist, 26, of Chicago, he is running to raise…

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The Community Foundation for Oceana County is excited to announce the availability of adult student scholarships aimed at students accepted into the Futures for Frontliners or Michigan Reconnect programs enrolled at Muskegon Community College or West Shore Community College.

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LANSING — In the next 15 years, 48% of skilled workers in Michigan will retire, and companies are already struggling to fill those openings, according to Norm Brady, the president of the Associated Builders and Contractors Western Michigan chapter.