The San Francisco Giants take advantage of every opportunity and beat the Detroit Tigers 2-0 and take an ominous 3-0 lead in the best of seven 2012 World Series.
The Detroit Symphony Orchestra and the San Francisco Symphony are betting that their respective hometown teams will win the World Series.
Already the center of activity, Comerica Park was buzzing Friday with a pre-wedding party for a Hazel Park couple!
Tigers fans are left to wonder what this series might have looked like if a game turning, crucial play in the 2nd inning of game two never happened.
Detroit Tigers pitcher and Southern California native Doug Fister gets the start in the World Series Thursday night — and he has a confession.
San Francisco may be the birthplace of sourdough bread, cable cars, hippies and the gay rights movement — but we’ve got plenty to be proud of in Detroit.
Stik.com, a Web site that uses Facebook to bring the business referral process online, announced it is moving from San Francisco to downtown Detroit’s growing technology district to grow its business.
When it comes to owners, the manufacturing management software developer Plex Systems is switching coasts. New York-based Apax Partners announced that it would sell its majority stake in Plex, acquired in 2006, to San Francisco-based Francisco Partners, a technology-focused private equity firm.
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URS Corp. Friday announced that it has been awarded a contract by Detroit-based DTE Energy to provide engineering, procurement and construction services for the installation of a selective catalytic reduction system at its Monroe Power Plant.