Spring is bringing in a warm weekend with the return of Flower Day, Motor City Comic Con and a new Van Gogh experience.
The used book and media sale runs April 7-14 at Laurel Park Place in Livonia.
This week, we’re bragging about Andrew Kolojeski: A scholar at Gross Pointe South High School who also happens to be a successful entrepreneur.
It’s all about mom this weekend with special shows and family-friendly events to be at right here in Detroit.
This week, we’re bragging about Tyler Swanigan: A sophomore at South Lyon East High School who just became Michigan’s first female wrestler to win the state championships.
Get an early start at Cinco de Mayo festivities and Mountain Dew takes over in Hell, MI.
This week, we're bragging about Jacob Prati: A senior at Summerfield High School who excels inside the classroom and out.
Spring is heating up with several park cleanups to celebrate Earth Day, Olivia Rodrigo and shows for the whole family.
This week, we're bragging about Elana Anderson: A senior at Southgate Anderson High School who is graduating at the very top of her class.
Two Metro Detroit police officers are giving back to the special needs community in their brother’s honor.
Easter is upon us which brings plenty of events to bring the whole family to all weekend long.
This week, we're bragging about Annabelle Watson: A senior at Oxford High School who is involved in the community and sports, all while supporting her brother, who was injured in the fatal mass shooting at the school last November.
One Wayne County woman has been helping to ease the burden of prom expenses for local families for the last 15 years.
You don’t need a ticket to the game to enjoy Opening Day.
There’s so much more happening around town beyond Opening Day!
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?
This week, we're bragging about Grace O'Dea: An honor student at Mercy High School who is involved in student government, the school newspaper and more.
The Detroit nonprofit organization Strategic Alliances Community Development is working to close the digital divide among families in underserved communities.
From the return of Detroit Opera to Clawson Restaurant Week, there’s plenty to do for the first weekend of April.
A powerful group of women has been quietly working for seven decades to give back to the Detroit community.
The Metro Detroit community has come together to help a nonprofit and the students it benefits after a truck containing a dozen bikes was stolen from them.
This week, we're bragging about Shamere Duncan: The senior class president at Renaissance High School who excels academically while pursuing her passion to help people in the medical field.
Community leaders, organizations and volunteers gathered on Saturday to clear whippet canisters from the streets of Southwest Detroit.
Events are in full bloom for the first full weekend of Spring!
Hearts of Humanity is holding a free giveaway in Detroit for women who are entering or re-entering the workforce.
This week, we're bragging about Joseph Ballard: A senior at Oak Park High School, where he's on the Dean's List, is an award-winning dancer and more.
Practicing diversity, equity and inclusion -- or DEI -- has become commonplace for many people and industries across the U.S. as society responds to increasingly public outcries against racism.
Spring is in the air with the return of Marche du Nain Rouge and a few festivals around town.
This Saturday is Working Moms Day, and we want you to share with us a tribute of a special mother in your life.
We spring forward an hour this Sunday, but there’s still plenty of time to soak in these events.