The three-day Upper Peninsula History Conference kicks off Friday in Houghton. It’s the 64th annual event.
In Detroit, summer reading programs for children abound and these five are some of the best around.
A 4th of July event in Huntington Woods will not be changing its name after all.
We’re celebrating Michigan moms this May with a special luncheon hosted by WWJ’s Roberta Jasina with special guests.
Organizers of a fundraiser in Huntington Woods are rethinking the event’s name following the Boston Marathon bombings.
Monroe County Community College’s Whitman Center in Temperance will host a number of upcoming community events, including a Black History Month Movie Night, Career Technology Center Information Session, One Book One Community of Monroe County Book Discussion, a Transfer Fair, Dual Enrollment Night and MCCC Art Faculty Exhibit.
So what’s up in the wacky, wonderful world of high technology? Hang on to your hats…
It’s your chance to mingle with the who’s who of metro Detroit and get an early look at the hottest new cars while supporting local children’s charities.
Each year thousands of parents receive the news their child has “special needs.”
At this point in the year 1812, guns were blazing across the Detroit River as the U.S. fought off the British.