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Orion Township auto plant ranked eighth in nation for renewable energy usage

More than half of the General Motors Orion Assembly plant is powered by clean energy. 

AIM Computer Solutions rebuilds bigger, better, stronger after fire

Now more than a year into its rebuild, the Fraser-based server company is poised for growth.

DASI Solutions doubles in size with acquisition of California firm

The Pontiac-based engineering development solution reseller is expecting double-digit growth.

Public input sought for downtown Farmington master plan

If you have an opinion on downtown Farmington, city leaders would like to hear it.

Regional development news round-up for July

Ferndale's Save-A-Lot site to get lofts, Macomb County reduces foreclosures, and the Detroit House of Corrections is closer to demolition. All that and more in this month's development roundup.

Automation Alley makes investments, adds firms to 7Cs program

The portfolio includes companies that help hospitals collaborate pre-surgery, provide analytics for gyms, offer R&D tools and more.

Bank of Ann Arbor expands to Oakland County with merger

The banks will continue on under the Bank of Ann Arbor brand.

Ferndale vegan restaurant expands hours, offers lunch and carry out

Old favorites and new options will round out the lunch menu. 

Oxford brewery on track to open this fall

The menu will include a Cream Ale, Belgian Wheat, Australian-hopped IPA, Brown Ale, a Stout and a "Whamber Ale."

Coffee, books, music, movies, and more: New and used retailer to open in Utica

This will be the national chain's second Michigan location and first-ever with an in-store coffee bar.

Forward Cities nominee discusses scholarship for "mapping the world"

Detroiter Jerry Paffendorf of Loveland Technologies received a scholarship to the Aspen Institute's Ideas Festival earlier this month.

Winning mural chosen for new park in Rochester Hills

The mural depicting a day on the trail by Rochester Hills mom and children's book illustrator Christine Gibson will be installed along the Clinton River Trail.

ModeFun: Your curated list of events

Dance to the Concert of Colors in Midtown, Eat to the Beat in Southfield, and wake up and smell the lavender at the 14th annual Michigan Lavender Festival in Armada. All that and more in this week's calendar. Enjoy the weekend!

Automotive group to build new headquarters and tech center in Auburn Hills

Michigan beat out South Carolina in a bid for the North American headquarters of FEV Group. The facility will be located in Auburn Hills.

Developers take lead installing public art in downtown Detroit

Public art is fast becoming part of Detroit's redevelopment. According to artist Nicole MacDonald, it's "all about empowerment."
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