The Henry Ford
Speaking to about 600 people in Dearborn, President Barack Obama once again the comeback of the American auto industry.
Bomb sniffing dogs could be seen around Greenfield Village in Dearborn as officials prepared for President Barack Obama’s visit.
It’s a sure sign of Spring: Greenfield Village opens it’s gates Saturday for the 2012 season.
A 12-year vision of expanded, high-speed Michigan passenger rail options moved closer to reality Tuesday at a construction launch ceremony for Dearborn’s new Intermodal Passenger Rail Station.
The museum will host “Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition” from Saturday through Sept. 30.
Four private sector partners — Ann Arbor, Mackinac Island, The Henry Ford and Traverse City — are contributing a combined $2 million toward the national advertising campaign.
The Pure Michigan national cable TV advertising campaign for spring and summer 2012 hits the airwaves across the country beginning Monday, March 19 and runs through June.
An exhibition focused on the Titanic is coming to Henry Ford Museum as the 100th anniversary of the ship’s sinking approaches.
With your help, WWJ has raised over $282,600 in our 9th annual Winter Survival Radiothon for THAW. This will translate to more than $1.2 Million in heating assistance for local families.
The suburban Detroit museum founded by car pioneer Henry Ford is opening its revamped automotive displays this weekend.