fourth of july
Cedar Point is busting out all the stops for Independence Day weekend, including free admission for military personnel.
Head downtown Detroit this Fourth of July weekend to celebrate the holiday at the 8th Annual Jazzin’ on Jefferson music and arts festival
AAA forecasts 39 million Americans will travel 50 miles or more from home during the Independence Day holiday weekend, a 2.5 percent decline from the 40 million people who traveled a year ago.
It’s been a tough-go in the Lake Orion downtown business district, but the headache is over and the business district is open again.
The Southeast Michigan Red Cross responded to a record number of fires this week and it’s stretching them to their limits.
Come out to the Farmington Farmers & Artisans Market and celebrate Independence Day with the freshest, tastiest local food around.
In celebration of the Independence Day holiday weekend, the Detroit Zoo will remain open until 8 pm on July 2, 3 and 4. The Zoo opens at 9 am daily.
Detroit Police Chief Ralph Godbee tells WWJ that officers will be out and about this weekend enforcing laws against the sale of illegal fireworks, but they also need the public’s help.
Although MDOT is removing lane restrictions on most state routes this weekend to accommodate the expected Fourth of July holiday traffic, several work zones will remain active or still have some lane restrictions.
Whether you’re planning a barbeque, fireworks-viewing party or road trip, we’ve got your patriotic soundtrack covered!