Michigan Health Officials Report 198 Coronavirus Cases, 53 Deaths

Coronavirus Numbers Three Boxes

Michigan health officials are reporting 198 new coronavirus cases, and 53 additional deaths. Fifty of today’s reported deaths were found during a review of vital records. In total, Michigan has had 892,131 total confirmed coronavirus cases and 19,540 total confirmed covid-related deaths. According to the MDHHS, as of June 11, 852,204 Michiganders have recovered from … Read more

Northern Michigan Health Officials Cite Successes, Encourage Vaccines

Munson Covid Vax Update

Munson Healthcare and northern Michigan health departments agree there is another week of good news when it comes to the Coronavirus. But the push continues for vaccines as most communities are still short of the goal of the 70% vaccination rate. Munson Healthcare Chief Medical Officer Dr. Christine Nefcy says, “The rolling average of our percent positivity … Read more

Consumers Energy Puts Electric Vehicle Transformation into High Gear with New Effort for Michigan Businesses

“Michigan was the birthplace of the American auto industry. Now, we are the center of the industry’s clean energy revolution,” said Lauren Youngdahl Snyder, Consumers Energy’s vice president for customer experience. “With PowerMIFleet, we at Consumers Energy are taking our success with EVs to the next level making it easier for other businesses to join … Read more

Pure Michigan June travel deals: Up North resorts, beach escapes and island getaways

With more people ramping up their travel plans this season, it’s time to look for some summer deals. The state’s Pure Michigan team has pulled together a big mix of June travel deals. They include some of our favorite beach destinations, island resorts and even a golf deal or two. Here are this month’s special … Read more

West Michigan Works holding webinar for parents

West Michigan Works is hosting a parent engagement webinar Wednesday, June 9, designed to provide parents with information they need to guide their undecided graduates toward careers in Michigan’s high-demand industries.

GRAND RAPIDS — West Michigan Works is hosting a parent engagement webinar Wednesday, June 9, designed to provide parents with information they need to guide their undecided graduates toward careers in Michigan’s high-demand industries.  Professionals from different career sectors will provide an overview of career pathways and share career exploration tools. The free, virtual event … Read more

West Michigan Works holding webinar for parents

GRAND RAPIDS — West Michigan Works is hosting a parent engagement webinar Wednesday, June 9, designed to provide parents with information they need to guide their undecided graduates toward careers in Michigan’s high-demand industries.  Professionals from different career sectors will provide an overview of career pathways and share career exploration tools. The free, virtual event … Read more

Michigan Aims to Be Beating Heart of Electrification

The first phase of the pilot program offers residential Level 2 charger rebates as well as public Level 2 and direct-current (dc) fast-charging infrastructure enablement incentives to help kick-start a charging network crisscrossing Michigan.

Henry Ford and Ransom E. Olds opened their first auto manufacturing facilities a year apart from one another, in 1898 and 1899, respectively ­— both in Detroit, Michigan, U.S. Ford closed his factory three years later after producing just three motor vehicles. One might have been forgiven at the time for not seeing the future … Read more