The 10th President's Grandsons Are Still Alive, 174 Years LaterIn an interview with CBS News, 89-year-old Harrison Tyler and his son William explained how three generations of Tylers has managed to span nearly two centuries of American history.
Lions Rookie Knew About Team's Woes From Alabama RoommateThe Detroit Lions have given their rookies a history lesson, to a point.
St. Clair Seeks To Establish 2 Historic DistrictsSt. Clair officials are hoping to establish two historic districts to improve the odds of winning federal and state grants.
New Markers Tell Of Downtown Ann Arbor's HistoryMore than 100 people gathered Tuesday to celebrate the latest installment of the Downtown Ann Arbor Historical Street Exhibit Program
Michigan Nominates Belle Isle, 7 Other Sites To US Register Of Historic Places State Historic Preservation Officer Brian Conway says the nominees "are vastly different from one another."
5 Historical Facts You Didn't Know About DetroitThink you know all there is to know about Detroit? Check out this list first.
Group Launches Campaign To Reopen Historic East Side Detroit Theater"...With some of the recent development going on in Detroit, the east side is often ignored."
All Aboard! Boblo Boat Memories Wanted For History FilmThe group is producing a video oral history of the old steam during its time on the Detroit River — and your story could be a part of it.
Detroit Nonprofit Working To Save City's Jazz HistoryOnce a great jazz venue, the Graystone Ballroom, hosted popular artists like Duke Ellington, Billie Holiday and Ella Fitzgerald.
Location Of Original Meijer 'Thrifty Acres' Gets Michigan Historical MarkerA Michigan historical marker now stands at the original site of the store from Midwest retailer Meijer that pioneered the idea of a shopping supercenter.
'Genes For Good' Facebook App Lets Users Get In Touch With Their DNAParticipants can choose to do the profile only, but those who provide a saliva sample will get information on ancestry and their genetic profile.
Michigan Seeks Ideas To Revive Detroit's Historic Fort WayneMichigan has hired a New York City firm to look at ways to revive Historic Fort Wayne, a long underused 96-acre site along the Detroit River.

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