A Detroit suburb on Monday honored seven veterans whose cremated remains have been in Michigan funeral homes for years.
Thousands of people lined Michigan Ave. to take in the 90th Annual Dearborn Memorial Day Parade — one of the largest in the nation.
Organizers say a partnership created to protect and preserve the memorial is getting $100,000 from the state.
Military veterans will be able to apply for over 200 open positions, such as direct sales representatives, sales consultants and customer service workers.
Tuition would decrease for some military veterans who attend Michigan public universities and community colleges under legislation that overwhelmingly passed the state House Wednesday.
Michigan will let its 680,000 military veterans get a special designation on their driver’s licenses starting May 1.
Veterans: It’s time to get your resumes ready — “Hiring our Heroes” is holding a job fair on Saturday, March 1.
Thanks to John Gardner, Quicken Loans employs about 300 military veterans.
“They definitely need to get off of the street …”
Michael Anderson, who fatally shot a woman in 2012, was mistakenly buried with full military honors at Fort Custer National Cemetery in Michigan.