The Metro Detroit region is being called the “haunted house capital” of the United States by the publisher of a haunted attraction finder who also runs his own venue in Pontiac.
The executive of the M-1 Rail project thinks it’s the beginning of a beautiful thing — connecting neighborhoods, services and businesses with each other.
Crews continue work to renovate and redevelop the David Whitney Building into a mixed-use development with restaurants, apartments and a boutique hotel.
The Michigan Department of Transportation says the first Chicago-bound train is set to leave Vernon J. Ehlers Amtrak Station on Monday morning.
Bill Schuette told reporters Wednesday that the deal with AmeriGas affects about 5,600 customers.
International fashion designer John Varvatos, who was born in Allen Park and grew up in Detroit, is bringing his luxury clothing line to the Motor City.
For the first time, Target is offering free holiday shipping on all items as the retailer throws itself in the ring to compete better with the likes of Amazon.
Slows Bar BQ announced Tuesday it is bringing a taste of Detroit to Grand Rapids.
Inventors in Silicon Valley have developed technology which may bring the “Back to the Future” hoverboard to reality.
The biggest challenge for growth in Michigan business and our state’s economy – is preparing a ready workforce for today’s very different business environment. Mark Simon is up to the challenge.
It’s an unfortunate chapter in the storied history of the old Wayne County Building in Detroit.
Opening Dec. 16. 2013 near 7 Mile and I-275.
Downtown Detroit is dressed up to look like Hong Kong for the filming of Transformers 4.
The first Whole Foods store in Detroit officially opened for business on Wednesday, June 5, 2013.
Ninth graders from Detroit Public Schools got a chance to get a hands-on feel for the construction trades as a possible career choice.
Workers at the Park Medical Centers said a former maintenance worker came in shooting and took a female worker downstairs before setting the building ablaze.
The city of Detroit is turning red to raise awareness of the final days metro Detroiters can donate to The Salvation Army’s 2012 Red Kettle Campaign, which ends when red kettles leave storefronts across metro Detroit on Christmas Eve. (WWJ Photos by Pat Sweeting)