Halloween In The D: Here's A List Of Guidelines, Candy Drive-Up Stations From City Of DetroitThe city of Detroit has issued guidelines and announced drive-up sites to help children and families celebrate Halloween safely.
Governor Whitmer Announces $130M Investment To Make Child Care Affordable, Accessible For FamiliesGovernor Gretchen Whitmer announced Wednesday a $130 million investment to make child care more affordable and accessible for Michigan families during the COVID-19 pandemic. 
Best Summer Reading Events For Kids In DetroitIn Detroit, summer reading programs for children abound and these five are some of the best around.
Falling Marshmallows Send Thrilled Kids ScramblingThe weather was perfect on Friday for a sugar "blizzard" to descend over Nankin Mills Park in Westland.
Volunteers Of America Hosts Adopting Families EventVolunteers of America will present their 20th Annual Adopting Families Event in Birmingham.
U-M: Many Families Are Underwater With Debts According to a new University of Michigan report, about one out of every five U.S. households owe more on credit cards, medical bills, student loans and other noncollateralized debts than they have in savings and other liquid assets.
Downriver Families Shop Free At 'Arthur's Closet' What started as a recycling project for clothing has become something much bigger.
Apartment Building Provides Home For Young People In NeedTwenty-four furnished apartments will house young families and teens who have aged out of foster care.
Train Travelers Headed Out For The HolidaysMetro Detroiters getting a head start on the holiday travel rush are taking the Amtrak passenger train out of town.
Toys And Joys For Families, Volunteers In WarrenHundreds of Macomb County families are being helped with their Christmas shopping today by the Salvation Army Warren Corps.
30,000 Kids To Lose Benefits Under New Welfare LawAbout 12,000 Michigan families have less than a month to figure out how to live without the cash benefits they will lose under the new welfare limit law signed this week by Gov. Snyder.