Nearly a dozen Downriver school districts worked together Saturday morning to provide students with disabilities the opportunity to play football or cheer.
If you love live music, this is the weekend for you! Tons of shows all throughout Detroit.
High school senior Varnika Chandra is active within her school community and beyond, operating a nonprofit that has been recognized by the governor.
Fifth grader Jocelyn Hooks is the winner of the 2021 National Call to Code Challenge.
For the Talon family, Sunday was a day to celebrate -- a family reunion nearly 50 years in the making.
A community showed up in a big way Saturday for Maleah Hill, a 5-year-old girl in hospice care.
Labor Day Weekend signals the end of summer and Motor City is sending it off with a bang with huge festivals both physically and virtually.
After a virtual and socially distanced Arts Beats and Eats last year due to the COVID pandemic, this year the event is ready to fill the streets of Royal Oak.
One Detroit police officer is being praised for helping a young man who was trying to learn how to tie a tie.
While the stigma around mental health is starting to subside, there’s still a desperate need for more resources.
Mostyn Community Development is providing more than 1,000 back-to-school supplies for Metro Detroit students, including 150 free basketballs donated by the Detroit Pistons
On the menu this weekend is a mix of home games, jam-packed concerts and local festivals.
Before the Stoney Creek Cougars took the field Thursday, the entire team in shirts and ties walked the perimeter of the field up to a peaceful spot on a hill that overlooks the stadium.
This week, we’re celebrating Donovan Flournoy who is beginning his first year at the University of Michigan after excelling throughout high school.
Do you know a young person who is really making a difference in our community? A standout student, volunteer, star athlete - or all around incredible person?
Detroit native and former NFL player Joe Barksdale is hosting his annual back to school event with free backpacks for students in Detroit on Monday.
From cultural festivals, to concerts, and a huge parade of cars: there’s something going on for everyone this weekend.
It’s called “Gloves Up, Guns Down” but it’s really about releasing some stress. For the organization behind the movement, there’s a bigger picture.
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The Hearts for Heroes program is designed to help prevent heart attack deaths among police, firefighters and other first responders.
There are everyday items that many take for granted, but many others are in need of.T hat’s why two Royal Oak women have come together: To help secure and provide hygiene products for local youth in need.
Looking for something to do this weekend in Metro Detroit? Here are some ideas!
This week, we’re bragging about Magdalena Kandt: An elementary student in Harrison Township who just competed in the National Junior Olympics.
The predominantly Black neighborhood of Black Bottom in Detroit was demolished in the late 1950s to 1960s, later replaced with the Lafayette Park residential district and a major freeway.
The Owens Corning Foundation donated the materials and Tittle Brothers Construction donated the labor.
A Detroit couple created a nonprofit with multiple educational and recreational activities for the kids.
Storms in late July left tree branches and limbs scattered, also destroying headstones and gates at the Oak Hill Cemetery in Pontiac. A group of volunteers came together to help clean it up.
Faith Clifton is heading to 5th grade -- but, before that, she is currently competing in the Junior Olympics as a track and field athlete.
When community members heard about the burglary of Amor Natural Way Hair Salon, they stepped into help the salon owner.