fourth of july
An estimated 1.4 million Michigan residents will travel on vacation during the upcoming Fourth of July holiday, up some 16 percent from last year and the highest number of projected state travelers since 2008, according to AAA Michigan.
Warren city officials on Tuesday night approved an emergency ordinance about when and where people may set off powerful fireworks recently legalized by the state.
Warren City Council is expected to pass a fireworks ordinance that could make fourth of July-themed plans in the city fizzle.
AAA Michigan is projecting that residents will be traveling a greater distance – almost 150 miles more than in 2011.
Pyro Spectaculars produces some of the biggest July 4th fireworks displays. We talked to them about their plans for this year.
Sources tell WWJ’s Vickie Thomas that the city may close off the Detroit Riverwalk when the fireworks blast into the air June 25th.
Thanks to a new law, many types of consumer-grade fireworks are now legal in Michigan.
With Halloween just days away, it got us thinking here in the WWJ Newsroom: Which holiday is the best?
For some people, the 4th of July isn’t just about the beach and the barbeques… it’s about the shopping.
Great weather, a long holiday weekend and a trip to the lake. It’s a formula for alot of fun — but there is a word of caution: If you are near the water, watch your drinking.