The Northville-based technology services provider Vision Computer Solutions announced this week that it has created a new program, called Project EnVision Hope, designed to contribute charitable donations on behalf of prospective clients.
Customers in Bright House Networks’ Detroit service area will soon be able to take advantage of a new high speed internet offering featuring download speeds of up to 90 megabits per second and upload speeds of up to 10 Mbps.
A man in golf attire has spent the summer helping himself to credit cards and cash in locker rooms at golf courses and athletic clubs.
From hot sauce to psychics – everything “Made In Michigan” is on display in Northville this weekend.
Digital Roots, a social media and CRM software company, is rapidly adding both clients and staff — and now, the company has moved its headquarters into the historic Ford plant in downtown Northville’s Waterwheel building.
DataFactZ, a Northville-based system and data integration company, announced business expansion with five current clients including Dick’s Sporting Goods Inc., Dunnhumby USA, Heartland Payment Systems Inc., Maximus Inc., and Meijer Inc.
It’s a dream come true for a local teen who will get the opportunity to travel to Russia to learn dance from one of the most famous ballet companies in the world.
An unusual situation in the city of Plymouth where a fire truck goes up in flames inside of the fire station.
Gentherm Inc. (NASDAQ: THRM), a developer of thermal management technologies, announced that it has introduced a new heated and ventilated chair for the office market last week at Interzum Cologne 2013.
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