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Located on the shores of little Lake Macatawa, just off the coast of expansive Lake Michigan, Holland is the epicenter of West Michigan's Dutch history and culture. Not surprisingly, then, the city is perhaps best known for its annual Tulip Time Festival in May.

But there's much more to the Tulip City than, well, tulips. The city's downtown is on the National Register of Historic Places and boasts as much retail activity as any urban core in the region. The community is flush with wildly popular waterfront beaches like Tunnel Park and Holland State Park. And Hope College lends the clean, conservative town a bit of youthful spirit.

Holland is the quintessential family town that's a choice destination to work, live, and recreate.

Waterfront Film Organization ushers in new era of year-round activity with Holland venue space

Holland-based Premier Freight is growing quickly, thanks to new warehouse space

Holland's CityVu Bistro to be converted to rooftop events and conference space

Elzinga & Volkers celebrates anniversary milestone with continued office revamp, growth in 2016

Holland-based Michigan Pantry to open second location in Downtown GR Market

DNwagoner

New Kruizenga "teaching" art museum nears debut on Hope College campus

FTlongroad

Shaken, stirred and spirited: Local distilleries on the rise

FTparks

Take a hike: Ten favorite West Michigan trails to explore this fall

SoHo Salon reopens at new location with a focus on VIP, signature salon service

RG Spindance

Lakeshore software company looks toward a big future in smart products

Worklab by Custer

New ways of working in West Michigan

FTartincraft

G-Sync: The Art in Craft

JNoutdoor

Holland's Outdoor Discovery Center seeks nature lovers to fill two new job positions

INboxedwater

Boxed Water Is Better gears up for summer drinking water demand, seeks production line workers

JNlean

Holland's LeanLogistics adds technology, transportation jobs to keep up with company growth

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