Locally, flights departing out of Detroit Metro Airport — that are not heading to the Northeast — are pretty much on schedule.
Ann Arbor Big Boy owner Abdoul Karkoukli will donate 10 percent of the sales to help the Hurricane Sandy victims.
If you’re headed by air to the East Coast, you may want to double check the status of your flight.
The largest property restoration company in the country, based right here in Metro Detroit, is playing a key role in Hurricane Sandy recovery efforts.
The Southeastern Michigan Red Cross has sent help to the East coast and more could be on the way as downgraded Sandy makes its way inland.
With Hurricane Sandy headed for the East Coast, there are a number of uncertainties in regards to the storm’s impact at the pump.
ITCTransmission, Michigan Electric Transmission Co. and ITC Midwest, operating subsidiaries of ITC Holdings Corp. (NYSE: ITC), have sent 63 utility crew members to assist in restoring power to customers affected by the recent storms on the East Coast.
Local DTE crews are sent to the East Coast to help restore power to the over million people who lost it during the weekend’s snow storm.
The weather is great here in Metro Detroit this weekend, but Hurricane Irene may put a damper on your travel plans.
It’s hard to know where one line ended and another began, as the lingering affects of the East Coast snowstorm leave the McNamara Terminal became a sea of humanity.