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1 U.S. Commerce Dept. invests $450K in Birmingham area for bioscience job growth
2 Birmingham metro area gets $450,000 to grow bioscience sector
3 Ron Kitchens steps down as CEO of Southwest Michigan First
4 Ron Kitchens steps down from Western Michigan University board after move to Alabama
5 Landing commits $1 million to growth of Birmingham tech ecosystem
6 Governor attends dedication of Landing’s new Birmingham corporate headquarters
7 Birmingham Business Alliance names Ron Kitchens as President, CEO
8 Ron Kitchens to be next CEO of Birmingham Business Alliance
9 New construction in Bessemer to create a combined 1500 jobs
10 Mr. Billy Harold Smith
11 Find out what economic developer Ron Kitchens loves about Birmingham, his new home
12 Mr. Kerry Wayne Crenshaw
13 New BBA CEO Ron Kitchens weighs in on leadership, plans for Birmingham
14 Marion police to host school supply drive July 31
15 Magic City Summer to host networking for summer interns working in Birmingham
16 Taking flight: Passengers returning to BHM in new ways
17 Business leaders express optimism for stronger economy in 2021
18 Elsa weakens to a tropical storm as heavy rains and winds continue to spread across southwest and west-central Florida
19 WMU Board of Trustees member Ron Kitchens steps down
20 Black-owned restaurants are finding a lifeline in food trucks and ghost kitchens
21 WMU Trustee Will Stay On Board Despite Moving Out Of State
22 Turning Stone to open 7 Kitchens, an all-new market-style buffet in December
23 Birmingham businesses can now lift mask requirements as city lets mask ordinance expire
24 Western Michigan University board names new chair, vice chair
25 Former GOP House Speaker Lee Chatfield named new CEO of Southwest Michigan First
26 Kalamazoo County will consider cutting annual $75K payment to Southwest Michigan First
27 What is Southwest Michigan First, and why did Kalamazoo reject Lee Chatfield as its next CEO?
28 Michigan Senate approves bill for Kalamazoo arena and event center
29 Kalamazoo commissioners cancel membership with Southwest Michigan First over CEO selection
30 Southwest Michigan First: 'Miracle Grow' for Companies, Says CEO Ron Kitchens
31 Swiss Chalet Launches 'Chalet World'
32 Southwest Michigan First chief Ron Kitchens appointed WMU trustee
33 Kalamazoo police to distribute a $3,000 Meijer donation to area families in need
34 Kalamazoo County might be next to break with group over ex-House speaker's hire
35 BBA reports 35 projects, 1240+ jobs and $518M invested in Birmingham in 2020
36 Kalamazoo among top ten small cities that rely on tourism
37 St. Marys brothers serve up fire-smoked pizzas for a good cause
38 Two new trustees appointed to Western Michigan University board
39 Interim Southwest Michigan First CEO talks grants, dispels Bloomberg "brain drain" claim
40 The dream of an arena, event center coming to Kalamazoo inches closer to reality
41 After COVID, more companies making Birmingham their home: ‘People see momentum’
42 COVID-19 face mask requirement expiring in Birmingham
43 Lee Chatfield resigns from new job after pushback on LGBTQ policy positions
44 What Landing relocation means for Bham economic development
45 Burrel Edmund Sumner Usmc Obituary (1920
46 The Real Wan Glasgow
47 Despite new state law, no solid plans for Kalamazoo event center
48 Chatfield will support expanding civil rights protections in new post
49 Economic development leader Ron Kitchens: government can give job-creators an advantage 'but they can't play the game for you'
50 Economic development leaders form statewide partnership
51 Birmingham economy saw more than $500 million in capital investment in 2020
52 New unemployment claims increased slightly last week
53 Gas Ban Monitor: Building electrification evolves as 19 states prohibit bans
54 Public/private partnership could fund new downtown Kalamazoo event center
55 Masks no longer required for fully vaccinated Western Michigan students with electronic badge
56 New Hampshire Chronicle: Crafting natural playgrounds for kids to grow and learn
57 Today in the Culture, July 27, 2021: Regal Restoration Advances | Equity & Justice at Links Hall | Preston Choi Gets Sideshow Residency
58 Kalamazoo city commissioner says new economic development CEO does not share the region’s values
59 New barbecue sauces pour in from the kitchens of a famous rib maker and a Philly student
60 Vaccinated Western Michigan University students offered chance to win $110K in scholarships
61 Volkswagen bus in the spotlight for Gilmore Car Museum show featuring German autos
62 West Michigan business owners receive grants, others wonder why they were left out
63 Downtown Kalamazoo Event Center Idea Inches Forward
64 Woman, 32, killed in crash with semi in Berrien County
65 Kalamazoo city manager apologizes for not disclosing that police chief was fired
66 ICYMI: Gov. Ron DeSantis Sued Over New ‘Anti-Riot' Law, State Adds New Charge in South Florida Missing Mom Case
67 33 projects worth $690M last year created 1,883 new jobs in Southwest Michigan
68 Gov. Ivey: Fast-growing firm, Landing, moving headquarters to Birmingham, with plans to create over 800 jobs
69 Western Michigan University 'Dino Park' open to public
70 Biewer Lumber opening new sawmill in Winona | Business |
71 10 Things to Know About Southwest Michigan First
72 Western Michigan University to hold in person and virtual youth Summer camps in 2021
73 Kalamazoo Public Safety investigating drink tampering at Y-Bar, chief says
74 Enterprise's Chapman caps off senior year with powerlifting state title
75 Smith defeats Bland in Meridian mayoral runoff
76 WMU football announces 7 additions to 2021 recruiting class | Sports |
77 Birmingham approves mask mandate through May 24
78 'It's not okay in this town': Kalamazoo residents protest local bar following allegations of drink tampering
79 Gov. Ivey extends mask ordinance to April 9, eases restrictions + announces 1M Alabamians vaccinated
80 Win a chance to meet Charles Barkley during the Final Pour Bracket starting March 14 + how to get involved!
81 WMU baseball heading into 2021 season that could be the best in recent memory
82 Angela McQuarley named principal of Meridian High following Griffin's resignation
83 More fallout and confusion over masks mandate in Birmingham
84 871 43rd St Oakland CA | Oakland Homes for Sale
85 Economic developers increase focus on growing West Michigan's rural communities
86 Deal finalized for Meridian police station
87 Law enforcement reports for May 24 | Local News |
88 'Little Three' to be demolished starting May | News |
89 WMU to offer vaccination incentive scholarships; updates on COVID-19 safety protocols
90 West Lauderdale uses two big innings to beat Kosciusko, claim Region 4-4A title
91 MPD hosts drug take back event Saturday | Local News |
92 Pfizer preps Kalamazoo plant for COVID-19 vaccine approval
93 FBI seeks leads in 1996 double murder at Shenandoah National Park
94 Key Field Airport awarded $6.5M federal grant
95 Law enforcement reports for May 3 | Local News |
96 Oxford's First Snowfall This Winter
97 WMU baseball suffers season-opening sweep at Kansas State
98 5+ sunshine-filled things to do this weekend in Birmingham, March 5-7
99 Four Republican lawmakers: Repealing Wisconsin mask mandate is irresponsible, inappropriate
100 Premier Preps 2020-21 Girls Soccer Team