Check out the new businesses that are coming or have started in Huron County and some businesses that have added services! Happy Summer.
Spring has finally arrived, and with the warmer weather many seasonal businesses are opening up for another fun season. Learn more about some of them and share your own, read more!
Business is booming in Huron County and we're happy to share with you some recent additions and updates to our local economy. Read on to learn more!
We are hosting a water haiku contest! So read on and submit that haiku on water for a chance to win a gift certificate to one of our area restaurants on the water.
Did you know that Huron County hosts students from the CMU College of Medicine? Read here for more information.
So you’ve got a business in Huron County and you’re looking ahead to the new year. This is a great time to evaluate how your business did in 2017, and plan for increased success in 2018.
'Tis the season to give back! We thought it would be helpful to highlight a few area organizations and groups you can give back to this holiday season and all year-round.
You’re inspired. You’ve got a great idea for a new business and you’re ready to get started. Here's what you need to know to help make your new business idea a reality.
People gathered from all corners of the county to celebrate another year of generosity in the Thumb last Thursday at the Huron County Community Foundation’s Annual Meeting.
There is a growing number of individuals in Huron County designing, launching, and running new businesses. Read this article to learn more!
It’s no secret that college is an expensive investment, but it seems less known that there is a vast world of scholarships available for nearly every student looking to further their education. With school coming into session in a few weeks, it’s time to start thinking about education and if you’re a high school student, planning for the future.
Are you looking for a business location, check out these tips and information to help assist you find that perfect location.
The Huron County Young Professionals Network provides unique opportunities to the dynamic young people who call Huron County home. Learn more and join us!
We love to support new businesses opening their doors here in Huron County.
Are you looking for a job and a great place to live? Come to Huron County!!!
Quality of life is one of the driving factors for those working in today’s creative economies. Freelancers, independent contractors, and those creative spirits who need to engage their creative muse should experience the joy of our area.
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Bird Creek Taproom is the first place winner of the county-wide competition in Huron County, winning $2,000 and moving on to compete in the regional finale.
For almost half a century, Thumb Industries has been dedicated to enhancing the quality of life for many Huron and Sanilac county residents. How much do you know about this impactful organization?
Did you know that one of the objectives of the Huron County Economic Development Corporation is to help local businesses in Huron County continue to grow and thrive? One of the ways we do this is by providing a business directory on our website.
One of the major tech advances in the last few years is the rapid improvement of drone technology.
Huron County is home to three hospitals that employ over 1,000 people. While we know these hospitals specialize in excellent care and service to their patients, what is it like to be an employee of one of these unique medical facilities?
Mackenzie Price, Executive Director of the Huron County Community Foundation is our guest blogger for the month, she is here to give her views on the state of philanthropy in Huron County. She moved to the area 2 years ago, from Waldron, Michigan, after graduating from Hillsdale College.
Do you have an idea for a food product that you would like to sell? If so, Huron County has an excellent opportunity for you.
Do you live and work in Huron County? Are you in your 20's and 30's? Craving a place to discuss issues important to you and our community? Good news! There is a group just for you: the Huron County Young Professionals Network (YPN).
Active Feed is a family owned business in their third-generation. During the mid-1950's, Joe Maust Sr., who originally owned a propane business, began to explore feed production and ultimately founded Active Feed Company in 1961.