Hundreds of millions of dollars are available for Michigan businesses that lost revenue because of the pandemic.
Whether it’s using the time to refocus on old hobbies or learning how to adjust to what life throws at you, Michiganders learned a lot during COVID-19. Here are some of those lessons.
The COVID-19 pandemic nearly buried Michigan’s rural hospitals. Grand funding is helping to pull them out.
Michigan’s dairy industry is one of the strongest in the country. Fighting through the pandemic, family farms are helping fight hunger.
Shiawassee County's culture of backroom dealing laid the groundwork for its latest scandal— county commissioners giving themselves "hazard pay" for working during the pandemic.
The real reason businesses struggle to hire during the economic recovery has little to do with direct COVID relief and a lot to do with poor wages and working conditions.
If Michigan boosts its minimum wage, the first three months could be covered by the state, says Gov. Gretchen Whitmer.
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