Detroit PAL: Celebrating 50 Years Of Building Character In Our YouthPAL Is Celebrating 50 Years Of Building Character In Young Kids
Michigan Matters: Inspiring Young Folks Via Sports, Community Theatre Returns to Metro DetroitTalk about engaging young people through sports takes center stage on CBS 62’s “Michigan Matters” as Robert Jamerson, CEO of Detroit PAL, and Dave Robinson, owner of TGA of Southeast Michigan, appear to share information about programs they have inspiring young people.
Michigan Matters: Confronting the Talent Gap, CEOs and Educators Weigh InAs a talent gap continues in our region and more Baby Boomers are retiring, Ric DeVore and Ryan Maibach stopped by the CBS 62 ‘s studio to appear on MICHIGAN MATTERS to discuss the situation.
Buy A Brick At The Historic Site Of Old Tiger StadiumProceeds will help fund the building of a new stadium for Detroit youth.
Michigan Matters: Luring More Immigrants To Help The Region's Bottom LineImmigration can be an elixir to help bolster Detroit’s shrinking population as well as the state’s, Bing Goei said during taping of CBS 62’s “Michigan Matters.”
Plans Revealed For Redevelopment Of Tiger Stadium Site
Meeting Will Bring Development Of Old Tiger Stadium Site One Step CloserThe process will include selecting a developer to present bids that will include retail, commercial and residential developments.
Detroit PAL Proudly Accepts Donated Van Today To Transport Kids To Safe ActivitiesIt will be presented at a special ceremony Wednesday attended by Mayor Mike Duggan. Jim Madaus, CBS Detroit’s chief meteorologist, will conduct a special weather report for guests on site.
Tiger Stadium Site Redevelopment Plans Move Ahead Detroit officials have approved a preliminary agreement to redevelop part of the former site of Tiger Stadium that would include a youth baseball field and offices.
Detroit Seeks Bids For Old Tiger Stadium SiteIt's one of the most controversial pieces of land in Detroit. And now, there's a new plan for the spot at Michigan and Trumbull.
Ambitious Local Filmmakers Release Film Made Entirely On $700 BudgetImagine this: a horror movie, shot in 45 days, here in Metro Detroit, by the hands of local talented filmmakers…all on a budget of $700. Sounds pretty crazy, right? The film titled “Stranger” was put together by a small group of ambitious, local filmmakers with a love for filmmaking. They combined their passion with a very small budget and transformed it into a film that showcases the talent that Metro Detroit possesses.
Michigan Matters: Patterson On Bolger, 'I Don't Want To Talk To That B***ard'This week on Michigan Matters, Detroit PAL has been helping thousands of children playing in sports leagues across our region for years but things have been changing for the organization.