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Waste reduction rebates for small manufacturers available statewide

A state pilot program offering rebates to small manufacturing facilities for projects leading to on-site energy savings is now available statewide. The Small Manufacturers Energy Waste Reduction Incentive pilot has been expanded, offering rebates of up to $15,000 per facility, according to the Michigan Energy Office. Small manufacturers in Michigan with 50 or fewer full-time […]

Growth is a Good Thing

There are few people more interested or excited about the growth of Lansing and its entertainment than me. When I moved to our fair region, I felt what most people feel – a sense of belonging. I often call it “the biggest small town.” There’s a sense of community and you can run into so […]

Mason 100+ Women give Grant to Historical Society

Mason 100+ Women Who Care, a local philanthropic group, has awarded its latest quarterly grant to the Mason Area Historical Society to replace the dying courthouse tree. “The Mason Area Historical Society is dedicated to preserving and sharing the stories of Mason,” said President Doug Klein. “The tree lighting is a long-standing and beloved tradition […]

Farmers’ Markets in Lansing

Each month the GLBM team takes a trending news topic and breaks it down visually. This breakdown helps to better explain the content and gives insight into the intricacies and details of news that affects our community. This month’s topic: Farmers’ Markets in Lansing. 

O’Connor Occupational Therapy Services Announces New Hire

O’Connor Occupational Therapy Services has announced program growth with the addition of Tori Sparks, COTAL, BS, to provide adaptive/modified yoga as physical fitness and cognitive rehabilitation for patients served in its Old Town studio.   In addition to her background in exercise science, occupational therapy and 200 hours of yoga teacher training, Sparks brings 15 […]

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