“I think one of the greatest things about our Tigers owner is that he’s exceptionally passionate about the Tigers, he is like every other fan coming to the ballgame, he’s excited, he’s probably got some butterflies.”
“We are saddened by the passing of William Clay Ford, Sr. and extend our condolences to the entire Ford family, the Ford Motor Company, the Lions organization and all of his employees.”
On a night of celebrating the illustrious past of the Red Wings, Ilitch made it clear the team intends to build on that past.
“This past year, I had a medical procedure that has kept me out of the spotlight for awhile.”
As much of a topic as offense has been this off-season, Nathan believes the defense will make the difference in 2014.
Detroit City Council schedules a special session for Friday morning to discuss plans for a potential new hockey arena for the Red Wings.
Ilitch Charities, a non-profit organization affiliated with Detroit entrepreneurs Michael and Marian Ilitch, will donate $150,000 in grants to three prominent southeast Michigan charitable groups during a check presentation at Comerica Park Friday, September 20.
A new hockey arena for the Detroit Red Wings got another step closer to reality Wednesday with Michigan Strategic Fund Board approval of $450 million in bonds for the structure.
A tentative deal has been reached for a $650 million events center in downtown Detroit.
With Detroit’s fiscal woes simmering and threat of an Emergency Manager looming, Mayor Dave Bing said he wishes the local media would stop focusing all of its attention on the negative and show the Motor City some love.