A new report by the Center for Automotive Research, a nonprofit research organization based in Ann Arbor, calculates the substantial economic impact a single assembly plant has on the state and national economies and showcases an important example of the value of the automotive industry overall.
After serving millions of moviegoers in Wayne County with old-fashioned charm since 1946, the State Theatre in downtown Wayne is reopening after a 21st century face lift.
Police Chief Jason Wright says officers have been working with the FBI for a while on the investigation into Dr. M. Soloman.
Federal agents have raided a local doctor’s office on suspicion of illegal narcotics activity.
Two Wayne County cities are heeding Governor Rick Snyder’s call for more teamwork in making sure citizens get the services they need.
A local church plans to ‘WOW’ the community in hopes of easing the effects of ongoing unemployment, recession and foreclosures.
Ford dealers are starting to place orders for the new 2013 Ford C-Max Hybrid.
Grand Rapids-based Health Care Management, a medical and technology consulting firm, has acquired Belleville-based Applied Technology Methods and Practices, which did business as ATMP Solutions, a health care technology and compliance consulting group.
Davenport University and the Wayne and Livonia Michigan Works Service Centers have been piloting a free adult computer skills boot camp at its Livonia campus throughout February.
Thursday, Dec. 29 marks a sad anniversary in the City of Wayne, where one year ago a massive explosion killed two people and severely injured the owner of Frank’s Furniture Store.