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Remote Work Rule Ending as Vaccine Rate in Michigan Hits 55%
The next qualifying level is at the 65% benchmark, All indoor capacity limits will be lifted other than social distancing. Once we're at 70%, that’s when it’s mask and gathering order will be lifted.
Michigan Invention Could End Dealing With Bottle Returns To The Store
Great news, a West Michigan emergency physician has invented Nessie, a machine that allows you to recycle those sticky cans and plastic bottles right from the comfort of your home.
Foul News, Chicken Wing Shortage in Michigan Removes Them From Menus
A popular menu item has once again become scarce or too expensive to be profitable. We’ve seen a lot of shortages since the pandemic hit, but this one hits you right where it hurts, right in the stomach.
State of Michigan Urges Older Residents to Consume Less Alcohol
As we age, our body slows down which causes the alcohol to stay in our system for a longer period of time. Because of our age we feel the effects quicker, which can cause accidents like falls and car crashes.
The Past Year Has Been Brutal For Business In Michigan
But we are slowly pulling ourselves out of this pandemic, getting back to work, and hopefully soon, with vaccines rolling out everywhere, back to some normalcy in our lives.
Ann Arbor Opens Michigan’s First Marijuana Consumption Lounge
And there are stipulations with the usage of the lounge. It can be only used by the customers of the dispensary next door, and they would be required to make sure it provides no adverse impact on the neighborhood.
The Tulip Time Tradition Returns to Holland Michigan This Weekend
This is the 92nd year of Tulip Time in Holland. In past years a half million visitors would come out and enjoy this event, after a year of pause this should be another big success.
Our Lansing Riverfront To Get A Universally Accessible Playground
For those in wheelchairs they plan to build a ramp system to give them complete access. Every piece of equipment on this playground is accessible, you will have kids with a disability playing right next to kids who are more typical, there’s a place for all kids on this playground.
Michigan Outpaces Country In Economic Recovery Thanks to Automotive Industry
Retail and hospitality are still struggling, but other areas of the economy have rebounded. The pandemic has changed the way so many things are done, there will be lasting effects in the business world.
Shooting Stars Coming to Michigan With The Lyrid Meteor Shower
Michigan normally sees the Perseids and the Lyrid meteor showers. The Perseids are more active than the Lyrids, but you see more fireballs with the Lyrids, which can look a bit scary.