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Benton Harbor, Michigan-Based Abonmarche surges to 120 employees as economy brightens in the Lake Michigan community.

Published Wednesday, August 2, 2017

BENTON HARBOR, Mich. — “It’s good news for us. It’s good news for Benton Harbor,” said Abonmarche President and CEO Chris Cook when he announced recently that his engineering, surveying, planning and architectural consulting firm has doubled in size since 2013, surpassing the 100-employee mark. Half of the firm’s staff are housed at its downtown Benton Harbor headquarters and the other employees work in five locations across Michigan and Indiana.



Harbor Shores growing again

Published Sunday, July 16, 2017

New developments can do many things. Bring talent back to Southwest Michigan, build our local economy and quite literally build a bridge between communities. This Herald Palladium article goes into detail of the latest plans for one of this area's largest community development projects.


Benton Harbor adding more than 900 hotel rooms

Published Monday, June 5, 2017

Benton Harbor adding more than 900 hotel rooms.


Darren Mayer Performance Engineering Receives Tax Abatement Approval from Village of Stevensville

Published Friday, May 12, 2017

Designer of custom superchargers to expand in the Village of Stevensville.


Falcon Lakeside Manufacturing To Create 27 New Jobs; Invest $1.8 Million

Published Tuesday, May 9, 2017

Falcon Lakeside Manufacturing invests $1.8 million in expansion project and creates 27 new jobs in Berrien County.


Benton Harbor's Magnate Worldwide growing again

Published Monday, April 24, 2017

Main Street Benton Harbor is growing yet again. More and more we are seeing major business leaders investing in either new or updated facilities making downtown Benton Harbor a business hub yet again. Moody on the Market’s article does a great job detailing how Magnate Worldwide is expanding and what role Benton Harbor plays in that expansion.


Crystal Springs Florist in Benton Harbor celebrating 70 years

Published Saturday, April 22, 2017

Seventy years ago today Guenther, Mary and Gerhard Siegert launched a small flower shop with a single greenhouse along Pipestone Road in Benton Harbor.