The U.S. Department of Transportation has given final clearance to developers of a privately managed Detroit streetcar line.
Consumers Energy has fired some employees after a gas explosion killed a 58-year-old Royal Oak man.
It’s a blast from the past on Woodward Avenue in Royal Oak where a “high-end” furniture store has re-opened, 11 years after closing it’s doors.
Consumers Energy takes responsibility for the explosion that completely leveled a Royal Oak home, killing a 58-year-old man.
At least one person was killed and a house was destroyed in an explosion Wednesday near Woodward Ave. and 13 Mile in Royal Oak.
U.S. Transportation Secretary Ray Lahood said it’s “a day of celebration for the city.”
If you’d like to see rapid transit between Detroit and Pontiac, you may want to attend one of several public meetings being held.
Hundreds of people gathered at Ford Field Friday night for the annual Hob Nobble Gobble – the fundraiser for Detroit’s Thanksgiving Day Parade.
You can check out some of the historic aspects of Woodward Avenue at a museum exhibit sponsored by the Royal Oak Historical Society.
The event included a round-trip trek along Woodward Avenue from Comerica Park to the Spirit of Detroit statue.
- Student Construction Science... Detroit Red Wings Vs. Chicago... Ticket Chicks At The Detroit... Detroit Tigers @ Texas...
- Detroit Tigers @ Texas... Detroit Red Wings @ Chicago... Detroit Tigers @ Texas... Detroit Tigers @ Texas...
- Detroit Red Wings @ Chicago... Detroit Tigers Vs. Houston... Detroit Tigers Vs. Houston... Detroit Tigers Vs. Houston...
- Detroit's Robocop Statue... Detroit Red Wings @ Anaheim... Detroit Tigers Vs. Cleveland... Detroit Tigers Vs. Cleveland...
- Car Chronicles Blog – Cars, Kids and Common Sense May 18, 2013
- The Reunion Project – Friday Fun (5/17) May 17, 2013
- Trey Burke Talks Fab Five, Detroit Pistons With Ryan Wooley May 13, 2013
- Leach’s Lists: Three Keys For The Red Wings To Win Game 7 May 11, 2013