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Holland native suing Holland police again, claiming public document violations

HOLLAND — A Holland native has filed a new lawsuit against the Holland Police Department following a months-long fight over her requests for public documents. Sarah Jackson, a New York attorney who spent much of 2020 in Holland, filed the lawsuit Monday, June 21, in Ottawa County court. The lawsuit claims HPD and the city of Holland violated Freedom of Information Act law by failing to provide.
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Downtown Grand Rapids Restaurant Closes Less than a Year After Opening

There is a light at the end of this pandemic tunnel but unfortunately it continues to harm. It was last July when we were excited to find out that a new Caribbean restaurant was opening in Downtown Grand Rapids. Not even a year later, Art Caribbean Fusion Cuisine, announced they have closed for good. The sad news was made Monday afternoon via a Facebook post stating that the pandemic has made it hard for them to operate successfully under the circumstances.
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Man seriously hurt after crash with semi-truck

KENTWOOD, Mich. — A man is in serious condition after a crash with a semi-truck in Kentwood Monday morning. Police say the crash happened just before 9 a.m. in the 3000 block of Breton Road SE when a pickup truck collided with a semi that was pulling into the road from a business.
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Gov. Whitmer attends groundbreaking ceremony at Walker manufacturing site

WALKER, Mich. — Gov. Gretchen Whitmer attended a groundbreaking ceremony at a new manufacturing site in Walker on Monday, June 21, 2021. According to a written statement from Whitmer's office, the new site represented a $64.5 million investment and would bring in 164 new jobs. Speedrack Products Group representatives said...
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800 industrial jobs coming to GR this week

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. — A week-long job fair is coming to Grand Rapids this week, with the goal of fulfilling over 800 light industrial positions in West Michigan. The Express Employment Professionals of Grand Rapids is hosting the fair from June 21 to 25, open each day from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. They will be offering both in-person and phone interviews.
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160 jobs coming to new Walker Speedrack Products plant

WALKER, Mich. — Monday in Walker Speedrack Products Group held a groundbreaking at a new manufacturing facility in Walker. The new facility is expected to generate 164 new jobs for West Michigan. Gov. Gretchen Whitmer was at the event and thanked the company for their continued investment in the state.
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