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Sweet-sounding nonprofits mask goals A group called Citizens for Health recently launched a campaign to encourage consumers to reduce high-fructose corn syrup in their diet filing a petition with the Food and Drug Administration demanding stricter
Frederik Meijer Gardens & Sculpture Park in western Michigan has a new title sponsor for its outdoor summer concert series. The Grand Rapids attraction on Thursday announced that Fifth Third Bank is taking over that role and the series will be called
A new player in the grocery world plans to stake its first claim in Mount Prospect later this year. Fresh Thyme Farmers Market, a new company created by supermarket industry veterans reportedly with the backing of Grand Rapids, Mich.-based Meijer,
The historic Old Capitol Building in downtown Olympia will undergo more repairs this year to address water damage. Portland architect Peter Meijer is overseeing this month's examination of the 122-year-old building, now the home of the Office of
Lanesville superintendent and junior-senior high school principal Steve Morris said Google ChromeBook laptops would first be issued to teachers sometime in mid-January so they could be the first to use the equipment and become familiar with the
It's an ill wind that doesn't blow somebody good, and the weekend's bad weather created a storm of shopping at Kentucky grocery stores. Before the cold hit, shoppers cleared shelves, stocking up on bread, milk, chili fixings and beer. Neither Kroger
A new labor contract that was approved in a close vote by Boeing machinists secures a major airplane contract for the Seattle area, but it also moves workers away from pensions. Looking around a Mexico dotted by Starbucks, Wal-Mart and Krispy Kreme
A glass sculpture exhibition at Frederik Meijer Gardens & Sculpture Park in western Michigan is in its final days. The group exhibition titled "Shattered: Contemporary Sculpture in Glass" features about two-dozen sculptures and is on display until
This one's for Meijer, the superstore chain, and it should bring a smile to even the most Grinch-like viewer.
When he heard that a customer's truck was on fire, the store greeter sprung into action, grabbing a fire extinguisher and quickly putting out the blaze. But instead of being rewarded for his actions, the Michigan man soon found himself out of a job.