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The Edsel & Eleanor Ford House has completed the first phase of improvements to the grounds of the historic estate on Lake St. Clair.
Elected officials from both sides of the aisle in Michigan and a variety of sports teams in Detroit took to Twitter to celebrate the U.S. Women’s National Team’s World Cup victory.
Realcomp II Ltd. has launched a new mobile app to provide realtors and their clients with added information, photos and scheduling capabilities.
Dixie Baptist Church has launched a Go Fund Me campaign to $60,000 restore the faded “Are You On The Right Road” sign along I-75.
Entrepreneurs looking to open a business in Detroit, Hamtramck and Highland Park have until July 24 to enter the Comerica Hatch Detroit contest.
Snapchat unveiled a new feature Wednesday which allows users to view a Snap or Story with just a tap.
A new 66,000 square foot technology center opened Tuesday to serve the IT needs of all the businesses in the Quicken Loans family.
The bathroom, dinner table and house of worship are just some of the places cell phone owners use their phone, according to a new survey by Verizon Wireless.
The U.S. Women’s World Cup team is a hot product for Detroit-based graphics company Fathead, and has already eclipsed their male counterparts in sales.