The Highland Park Ford Plant, first to implement the assembly line, is No. 5 on “10 Buildings that Changed America.”
The owners of a new Pontiac business say they want to bring more art to Oakland County.
“They are part of the fabric of history that connects Michigan communities to their past,” said Michigan Historical Center director Sandra Clark.
Can you imagine a lounge where historical icons like John F. Kennedy, Abraham Lincoln and MLK converse in the afterlife?
Six sites in Michigan have been nominated to the National Register of Historic Places, including the Lake Michigan Beach House at Ludington State Park.
Three individual properties and four historic districts in Michigan are getting new recognition by the National Register of Historic Places.
A documentary film about Michigan’s role in the War of 1812 is available for free viewing on the Internet.
Four men have unearthed pieces of what they say is a World War II-era fighter plane that crashed 71 years ago in a southeast Michigan farm field.
Come to the Fall Greenwood Cemetery Tour for a chance to hear interesting stories of Birmingham’s late pioneers.
Barely a dozen years after he was the smartest student at Hamtramck High School, Emil Konopinski was the brightest young nuclear scientist on the team ensuring that America won the World War II race for the ultimate weapon.