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Sterling Heights Seeks Info On Families In Need

Sterling Heights officials are asking churches, service and school groups to submit names of families in need of help during the holidays.


Reward Offered For Missing Bank Executive

Family and friends of David Widlak are putting up a 10-thousand dollar reward in hopes of stirring up information on the whereabouts of the missing bank executive.


New Community Centers To Open In Detroit

Detroit Mayor Dave Bing announced Wednesday that the city will now have three new community access centers replacing the old neighborhood city halls. The centers will focus on public safety, education, and neighborhood organization. “We […]


Comerica Day of Service 09/25

200 volunteers are fanning out to perform a variety of projects. A WWJ live interview with Comerica VP and National Civic Affairs Director.


Detroit Holding Public Meetings On Land Use Plans

Detroit officials are starting a series of public discussions on what to do about nearly vacant neighborhoods and the best uses for city land.


Gratiot Splash 08/07

A live WWJ Interview with   Luther Keither, executive director of Arise Detroit,  the organizing group behind a gathering of more than 100 community groups having fun and perhaps community building in Detroit today.  Luther Keither,


Volunteers To Build New Playgrounds

Parents and children in Detroit and Dearborn will have new places to play thanks to volunteers who are working Saturday to build new playgrounds.


Powering Michigan'

‘Powering Michigan’s Future’ – Watch Online

A look at how business, political and educational leaders in Michigan are looking at alternative energy as a possible path to help diversify our economy and lead us to our new future.

CBS 62–07/12/2010

Making A Difference 05/29

WWJ’s Bill Stevens talks to those in metro Detroit who are making a difference in our community.


Making A Difference 05/15

WWJ’s Bill Stevens gives much deserved recognition to a dedicated volunteer, working to make his Detroit neighborhood better.