The Susan G. Komen Detroit Race for the Cure is over for another year, but many who took part are inspired to do more.
Despite the scandals, continued changes and negative perceptions of the Detroit Public Schools, there are those who continue to give money to help students.
A rookie FIRST Robotics team from Hartland has done the improbable, qualifying for the world finals in St. Louis April 27-30. Now, the Hartland Electro Eagles just need to raise the money to go — starting with the $5,000 entry fee.
The Michigan Council of Women in Technology Wednesday announced it had reached its goal of raising $1 million within a three-year timeline, a milestone for the nonprofit especially considering the state’s challenging economic environment.
Detroit Goodfellows are hitting the streets Monday morning to hawk a special edition of The Detroit News and Detroit Free Press.
Republican gubernatorial candidate Rick Snyder has raised $3.5 million in the past two months, hiking his total to $11.6 million, far outdistancing Democratic rival Virg Bernero.
The Arab American National Museum in Dearborn has reached its $10,000 fundraising goal to complete a sculpture of former White House correspondent Helen Thomas.