Michigan Stadium is getting ready for prom season as part of a push to use the home of Wolverines football for more events during the offseason.
A local non-profit organization is helping young girls who can’t afford to buy a prom dress.
It’s prom time for a west side Detroit teen who’s been battling cancer.
A shooting in a parking lot during a party where hundreds of students and their family members gathered before a Michigan high school prom left a 17-year-old girl dead and three women injured, police said.
A young cancer patient will get her wish to go to prom, thanks to some community support.
Many of the teens arrived with their moms to look at and try on the dresses donated from young women all over the metro Detroit area.
Prom is an once-in-a-lifetime experience that every young lady in high school dreams of and plans for. There is much anticipation that goes into shopping for that perfect dress and all the necessary accessories to achieve that glam look for the big night.
For the first time, the Roostertail has issued a dress code for the high school proms it is hosting this year.
From April 21 through 28, young women can make an appointment to pick out a dress of their choice, regardless of financial constraints or limitations, from a selection of over 5,000 gowns for free.
Prom. The time of the year when teens hit the malls in search of the perfect dress or tuxedo. It is also that time when parents search for the perfect words to talk to their kids about sex, alcohol and unhealthy behaviors.