Two companies based in Farmington Hills, Lumecon and Illuminating Concepts, have been selected as finalists for the second DTE Energy E-Challenge Competition in partnership with NextEnergy and The Engineering Society of Detroit.
Police have suspended a manhunt in Farmington Hills after the victim’s story didn’t add up.
A Detroit-area school is defending its choice for a spring musical: a stage version of Stephen King’s “Carrie.”
A new investment fund, Oakland Energy and Water Ventures, announced this week that it’s looking for second-stage deals in energy conservation and water treatment.
Police are warning parents to be on the lookout after two instances of “stranger danger” were reported in different Oakland County communities.
While many schools close when the wind chills drop well below zero, one local school will be bundled up and open for business.
DAVID CORRIGAN is president and COO of Corrigan Moving Systems in Farmington Hills. Corrigan Moving Systems is a relocation company. As the third generation at the helm of the company, Corrigan oversees the $75 million operation, including supervising the management team and all 600 employees. He serves as vice chairman for the board of directors of UniGroup and is an active director of the American Moving and Storage Association. He has been recognized as Mover of the Year by Michigan Movers and Warehouseman’s Association. Recently, United Van Lines presented its President’s Quality Award to Corrigan Moving Systems, recognizing the company as the highest quality mover among its 400 agents. The American Moving & Storage Association selected the company as the “Agent of the Year.” Corrigan Moving has 12 offices in four states, including nine in Michigan. The company’s revenue increased 5 percent and the firm hired more than 200 people in the past year, with 10 percent growth in Southeast Michigan. Over his 35-year career with the company, Corrigan has worked in virtually every position, from cleaning the trucks to his current role. He earlier served as operations and general manager at various Corrigan branches, in charge of dispatching crews and managing finances and personnel. He received his bachelor’s degree in transportation administration from Michigan State University. Read the full profile at http://www.ltu.edu/leaders.
The number of home sales fell but prices continued their upward march in January compared to a year earlier, according to figures released Monday by the Farmington Hills real estate information firm Realcomp II Ltd.
If you’re looking for love this Valentine’s Day, a local clothing store might be a better bet than a bar.
Johnson Controls Inc. has announced plans to add an energy storage laboratory and testing center at Lawrence Technological University in Southfield.