Morgan Worley, 11, excels both in and out of school, giving back to her community.
Joy Alexander said she remembers the day when she almost died in Clinton Township, where she was trapped in flood water.
Looking for something to do this weekend in Metro Detroit? Here are some ideas!
The Ford Motor Company Fund, the philanthropic arm of Ford Motor Company, and the Charles H. Wright Museum are offering barbershops in the Metro Detroit area the opportunity to compete for a $10,000 grant.
Julia Brown is a rising junior and athlete at Shrine Catholic High School.
Nathan Brown is a scholar athlete heading into his senior year at University of Detroit Jesuit High School.
The police department is asking the community’s help in deciding whether to name her Allie, Maggie or Rosie.
Logan Cobb is a seventh grader doing work far above her grade and is an entrepreneur.
Lena Queen McDonald is a graduate of Detroit’s University Prep Science & Math 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?
Every day for Tiffany Draper began with a touch from her son, Preston.
Dearborn-based nonprofit ACCESS is hosting two flood relief events this week for Dearborn residents hit by major flooding last weekend.
It’s a message of peace and unity throughout the city of Detroit that several community activists are fighting for, but their main message is to push for no more violence, especially among the youth.
Diamond Mason graduated from Ferndale High School with a 4.1 GPA.
Amari Lewis is a graduate and class salutatorian from Cornerstone Health and Technology High School.
For the second year in a row, the pandemic forced the 2021 Ford Fireworks outside of Downtown Detroit.
Some local activists are putting their feet to the ground in an effort to combat the recent violence in Detroit.
Mount Clemens firefighter Josh Ringstad went several months without a haircut so he could donate his hair.
Erin White is a scholar athlete who graduated summa cum laude from Sterling Heights High School.
Meera Thakker is a junior at Canton High School and is active in her community.
With the help of mentors and donors, Quarter Quts is back up and running.
Eligible families can receive up to $3,600 for every child 5 or younger and $3,000 for any child between the ages of 6-17.
Seth Anderson is a junior and scholar athlete at Flat Rock High School.
Graduating senior Lea Caldwell has earned several awards and recognition for leadership and community service.
In the 70s Andrew Starks, a retired bus driver, noticed houses on his block were vacant -- so he started buying them.
Kennedy Barnes is an inventor and scientist who is passionate about STEM.
Hayden Sheldon is a scholar athlete graduating from Rochester High School.
The Sterling Heights community is rallying around a teen after thieves stole his bike while he was at work.