People celebrating Labor Day weekend outdoors in Michigan could be setting themselves up as the main course for feasting mosquitoes, including the species known to carry the West Nile virus.
Some facilities are free with park admission, and many facility fees cost less than $20 for a family of four, with twilight rates offering even more savings.
It’s one of Oakland County’s favorite summer festivals: Arts, Beats & Eats, and it takes place in downtown Royal Oak today through Labor Day.
Most state travelers – an estimated 92 percent – will go by vehicle to enjoy “summer’s last hurrah,” with resort areas, campgrounds, and lakes among the popular destinations.
“There are many new and exciting things to see and do at the Detroit Zoo, and we want to give the community extra time to enjoy them over the Labor Day weekend,” said Detroit Zoological Society Executive Director Ron Kagan.
The auto club says about 1.2 million state residents have Labor Day travel plans – with most expected to travel on the road
What would the most popular Labor Day weekend event in metro Detroit — Arts, Beats & Eats — be without food, music or bands? Well, it wouldn’t amount to much.
With Halloween just days away, it got us thinking here in the WWJ Newsroom: Which holiday is the best?
President Barack Obama used a boisterous Labor Day rally to put congressional Republicans on the spot, challenging them to place the country’s interests above all else and vote to create jobs and put the economy back on a path toward growth.
The White House says Mr. Obama will be in town to celebrate Labor Day with workers and their families on Monday.