January 18, 2018 RSS feed / Business

Sawmill Springboard Summit gives businesses tools to progress

Area businesses are now better equipped to serve their customers thanks to the Sawmill Rural Business Center’s Springboard Summit, which gave out $5,000 in prize money to one Grayling and two Roscommon businesses.  More...

FENDER BENDERS

Josh Hendershott, owner of Fender Benders, Houghton Lake, opened his new shop Jan. 9. For­merly Grayling Auto Recyclers, he relocated and expanded to a 30- acre site at 9330 West Knapp Rd., just west of Old 27. More...

Construction of event center continues despite cold weather

“We need to get it enclosed so we can heat it and continue to pour the floors,” said Mark Eugene Vick, 40, of the prog­ress being made last week in the con­struction of the Northern Michigan Ban­quet and Event Center on Stone School Road More...

Hearts for Hospice begins Jan. 19 at Houghton Lake

The annual Hearts for Hospice drive will begin Jan. 19 in the Houghton Lake area.   The two-week campaign is support­ed by over 80 businesses in the seven- county Hospice of Helping Hands ser­vice area. More...

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