In this Christmas season, hundreds of families across the metro Detroit area are calling a homeless shelter home.
Renethia Jones’ two young children kids don’t yet understand that their mom is unemployed, may lose their home and can’t afford to buy Christmas presents.
The demand for Christmas movies and TV specials is so great that there are bound to be a few misses. Help us pick the worst of the worst. It’s time to pick-a-side!
This year, you’ll be able to track Santa’s journey online, by phone and in your own car.
If you’re ready to escape the overwhelming rush of the holiday crowds, worry not. After your shopping, baking and planning are complete, allow yourself some quiet time. Relax and unwind at one of these nearby holiday escapes for a holiday season you won’t have to remember for its notoriety.
A trip to the vet is the last thing a pet parent wants to be faced with during the busy holiday season.
Amtrak is adding more trains on its Chicago-Michigan route to accommodate increased demand during the busy travel period at the end of December.
Tis’ the season to be jolly? That may be so for most Americans, but there’s still plenty about the holiday season that drives them batty.
It’s a chance to see the classic holiday movie “White Christmas” the way it was meant to be seen — on an old-fashioned film projector at the Redford Theatre.
Detroit Fire Marshals put on their annual live Christmas tree education clinic.