The demolition of the historic Willow Run Bomber plant near Ypsilanti has begun, but the effort to save a piece of it is still alive.
“We like to have a little bit of fun with it,” said Quicken Loans CEO Bill Emerson, dressed as a big, pink bunny.
“We thought that if we could try and capture the essence of the ‘coolness’ of Detroit, you know, give people a way to give back …”
The steeple atop St. Josaphat Roman Catholic Church was damaged about two weeks ago when heavy winds whipped across the region.
Now, the community he served for decades is lending a helping hand.
Automation Alley, Michigan’s largest technology business association, has made an additional investment of $75,000 in Madison Heights-based TerraYebo Inc. to support the socially conscious Web developer’s involvement in the Game On Cancer campaign in collaboration with Henry Ford Health System’s Josephine Ford Cancer Institute and the Detroit Lions.
A Detroit woman wants to turn her hometown into a thriving Shakespearean epicenter.
An Eastpointe family is holding an online fundraiser to cover funeral costs after a mother lost both her son and her daughter within an hour.
Hundreds will come together to raise money and awareness, Sunday at Kensington Metropark.
They have a reputation for being pretty tough, but a local high school football will be sporting pink jerseys when they take on a cross-town rival.