On Sunday, November 11th, veterans and active military members can enjoy a free meal in honor of Veterans Day.
On Veterans Day, a crowd gathered chanting “”Pass the bill”, in reference to President Barack Obama’s jobs legislation.
As the MLK High School marching band played, young ROTC members saluted, and everyone remembered the service and sacrifice of American veterans.
As a small token of their appreciation, several restaurants, stores and entertainment venues are offering deals for service members on Veterans Day, such as free meals, discounts on merchandise and complimentary admissions.
Sean Tracy is determined to fulfill his mission of honoring as many World War II vets as he can by building each one an exact replica model of the warplane or other vehicle to which the vet was assigned.
The 6th Annual Metropolitan Detroit Veterans Day Parade will take place along Woodward Avenue, beginning at 9:15 on Saturday, Nov. 5.
On this Veterans Day the University of Michigan is reaching out to soldiers returning from Iraq and Afghanistan. Often times getting life back to normal can be difficult. This is why the U of M […]
Originally established to honor Americans who had served in World War I, Veterans Day is celebrated on November 11, the day World War I ended in 1918. Today, we celebrate with special events honoring veterans of all […]
Many city of Detroit offices will be closed Thursday for Veterans Day and Friday for a furlough day. Affected offices include the City Clerk and Mayor’s Office. Normal police, fire and bus services will be […]