Taste of Muskegon Continues at A Funny After Taste

Community News |Jun 6, 2022|3 min read
Muskegon, MI (June 6, 2022) – Taste of Muskegon returns to Hackley Park on June 10th and 11th for its 16th year with a few new twists. The party will continue on June 11th with an after party at Burl & Sprig deemed A Funny After Taste. Zank Comedy has a lineup of comedians to ...
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Hackley Public Library – 2022 June Programs

Community News |Jun 6, 2022|5 min read
Hackley Public Library Hours Main Hackley Library Building Mon-Tues: 9-7 pm Wed-Sat: 9-5 pm Torrent House (HPL’s Local History/Genealogy Department) Tues-Sat: 10-5 pm     New Adult Program Added: Pride Plays: A History In-person at Hackley library Thursday, June 16 at 5:30pm In celebration of Pride Month, enjoy an evening of scenes and monologues from ...
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Lakeshore Art Festival Hosts International Street Artist David

Community News |Jun 1, 2022|3 min read
MUSKEGON, MI – The Lakeshore Art Festival will host international street artist David Zinn at this year’s event taking place June 25 & 26 in Downtown Muskegon. Zinn has been creating original artwork in and around Ann Arbor, Michigan since 1987. For more than twenty years, he freelanced for a wide variety of commercial clients ...
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Muskegon Co. Airport’s passenger flight numbers could triple soon

Business News, Community News |May 27, 2022|2 min read
The Southern Airways Express proposal for up to 36 flights a week still requires USDOT approval.   MUSKEGON COUNTY, Mich. — A proposal submitted to the US Department of Transportation would effectively triple the number of inbound and outbound passenger flights at Muskegon County Airport. In March, SkyWest, the airport’s sole passenger carrier requested transportation ...
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Muskegon County awarded $500,000 EPA Brownfield Grant

Business News |May 27, 2022|3 min read
Much of the money will address blight and industrial contamination in cities like Muskegon Heights.   MUSKEGON COUNTY, Mich. — Another appearance from federal environmental regulators in Muskegon Wednesday morning. The EPA and a cadre of other state and federal agencies were also on hand Tuesday evening as they announced a significant milestone: the Muskegon Lake area ...
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Final prep underway for Muskegon’s first Pride Festival

Community News |May 27, 2022|2 min read
The event will feature a drag show, 60 plus vendors, music and more. MUSKEGON, Mich. — In just over a week, the City of Muskegon’s very first Pride Festival takes over downtown. With music, vendors and a drag show, all geared toward good fun, good friends and support for the LGBTQ+ community. The finished product will represent ...
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HydroBlox Technologies and Goodwill Industries of West Michigan announce plastic recycling partnership

Business News |May 23, 2022|2 min read
New factory to open in the Muskegon area PITTSBURGH, Pa. and MUSKEGON, Mich. — HydroBlox Technologies and Goodwill Industries of West Michigan (GIWM) announce a new joint venture in plastics recycling. Site selection and equipment provisioning for a new Muskegon-area manufacturing facility are currently underway. “In keeping with Goodwill’s focus on sustainability and the triple-bottom ...
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Michigan’s Adventure Opens for Memorial Day Weekend

Community News |May 23, 2022|4 min read
Guests will see a number of improvements and upgrades, and return of long-time favorites  Muskegon, MI (May 23, 2022) – Michigan’s Adventure, the region’s largest amusement park, opens on May 27 to kick off a 2022 season filled with family fun and adventure.   Guests will notice a number of improvements and upgrades, including:   ...
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Consumers Energy Making $100 Million in Upgrades to Improve Reliability of Michigan’s Power Grid

Business News |May 23, 2022|3 min read
Investment in high voltage distribution will reduce, shorten outages for electric customers JACKSON, Mich., May 23, 2022 – Consumers Energy today announced plans for $100 million of investment in 2022 to reduce both the number and length of power outages. The energy provider will make significant upgrades to its high voltage distribution (HVD) system in ...
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EPA, NOAA, and Michigan EGLE Leaders Join Mayor on Tuesday in Muskegon, Michigan to Highlight Cleanup Progress and Next Steps at Muskegon Lake Area of Concern

Business News |May 20, 2022|1 min read
CHICAGO (May 20, 2022) –On Tuesday, May 24, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Regional Administrator Debra Shore will join NOAA Office of Habitat Conservation Director Carrie Robinson; Michigan Environment, Great Lakes and Energy Director Liesl Eichler Clark; and Mayor Ken Johnson in Muskegon, Michigan to discuss the completion of the years-long $54.4 million clean-up of the ...
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