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.
A 31-year-old Redford woman is facing criminal charges after she allegedly used more than $140,000 of her elderly father’s money for her own personal
Prison Fellowship staff and volunteers are hosting Angel Tree Day on Friday, Nov. 9, to raise awareness and recruit churches to help children of incarcerated parents, especially since Christmas is rapidly approaching.
Another metro Detroit school district has adopted a stricter dress code so the grading curve won’t be disrupted by the latest fashions from Pink or Abercrombie and Fitch.
Instead of watching football on the tube this first day of the new year — many are out hitting golf balls.
No word on how it might rule, but the U.S. Supreme Court has heard arguments in an important test of the principle of church and state.
A Telegraph Road motel in Redford has refused to give a man his money back after he said he found bed bugs.
It stumped utility crews for quite some time, but they finally figured out what was causing power outages the past few days in Redford.
About 5,000 DTE customers are still without electricity and air conditioning Wednesday morning, mostly in Hazel Park and Redford.
Snow plows and salt trucks cleared most of the major freeways and roads but WWJ’s Stephanie Davis reports the same can’t be said for some of the back streets.