Members of the Ludington & Scottville Area Chamber of Commerce are invited to the LEADS Group from noon to 1 p.m. Wednesday in the large conference room at the Mason County Airport, 5300 U.S. 10 in Ludington.
West Shore Bank has committed $80,000 to the City of Ludington’s project to create a Stearns Beach Recreation Area Water Trailhead at the west end of Ludington Avenue to increase and enhance public access to the waterfront.
VICTORY TWP. — Michigan is on the rebound and doing well, Patrick Anderson of Anderson Economic Group told the about 110 attendees at West Shore Bank’s business symposium “Shaping Your Future” Friday at West Shore Community College.
It was billed as a marketing session, “The New Demographics and How They Affect Your Business,” but presenter Kelly McDonald of McDonald Marketing and author of the bestselling “Crafting the Customer Experience for People Not Like You,” channeled an inner comedienne and had the audience in t…
SCOTTVILLE — Paddlers, rejoice. There’s a new factory outlet store in Mason County offering wholesale prices on all the accessories you love as well as better-than-retail pricing on canoes, kayaks and stand-up paddleboards.
Connie VanLoon, certified medical staff coordinator at Spectrum Health Ludington Hospital, is the new president of the Michigan Association Medical Staff Services (MAMSS). Her two-year term officially began May 1, and she will be formally installed as president May 8 at the association’s 35t…
When the SS Badger sets sail May 16, the venerable and historic carferry will sport new combustion controls that will enable it to burn coal more efficiently. That should result in less coal being burned and less ash being produced by the Badger.
Young entrepreneur opens in downtown Scottville with craft beers, fishing gear, more
Free Soil dairy farmer Robert Kran was recently re-elected to serve a three-year term on the Michigan Milk Producers Association board of directors.
SCOTTVILLE — Sandwiched between times of public comment concerning Lake Winds Energy Park Tuesday night, the Mason County Planning Commission honed in on what it wants in the sound mitigation plan and post-mitigation sound testing it is requiring of developer Consumers Energy.