SW Michigan

Aggregated news from sources around the state

The state has fined Aramark $200,000 for problems such as maggots in and around prison meals.

The executive director of the Michigan State Housing Development Authority, Scott Woosley, and his staff used state money to eat gourmet meals, stay in luxury hotels, and rack up big bills on airplanes. The housing authority was created to help low-income residents find homes in the state.

Commissioners say they plan to begin interviewing the five finalists later this month.

Some residents in Barry Township accused Victor Pierce of using overly aggressive tactics and use of force while others support the department's crackdown on meth.

MSHDA's director requests an audit and will repay any reimbursements found to be improper.