Thursday Mar 13
Detroit Free Press
Stage highlights: 'Awesome 80s Prom'
From left: Tara Richardson, Jimmy King, Nathan Vasquez, Jacob Partrich and Lara Keathley in 'The Awesome 80s Prom,' presented by the Downriver Actors Guild.
After Boutique Hotel Falls Through, City Reaches Out to Daly for Plan B
The old Sears building that was once tabbed for a boutique hotel has a new buyer, Joseph Daly, who says he will transform the downtown eyesore into a mixed-use project.
Crowd voices objections to pet coke relocation to River Rouge
A state hearing about storing a black coal-like material in the River Rouge-Ecorse area was greeted here with shouted questions and loud complaints by a crowd of more than 150.
Detroit Free Press
Pet coke storage controversy isn't over, just relocated a few miles downriver
The controversy over large petroleum coke piles stored along the Detroit River, and the uproar over the ubiquitous black dust that they spread throughout the southwest Detroit neighborhood where they were located, could be moving a few miles downriver.
5th annual 'Love Me Becausea ' a success
'Love Me Because...' committee members Patti Christie and Terra Muscat pose with celebrity impersonator 'Jacksin Galoxy' at the 5th annual event on Feb. 8, 2014.
State of Michigan
March 5 pet coke outreach meeting time changed
Feb. 19, 2014 For More Information: Paul Schleusener, 517-284-6800, email@example.com Brad Wurfel, 517-284-6713, firstname.lastname@example.org DEQ will host its previously announced March 5 public outreach meeting on petroleum coke from 4-7 p.m. to better accommodate the schedules of attendees.
Cyber liability insurance: Ann Arbor schools looks to protect itself in age of internet security breaches
In the wake of the massive data breach at Target in which hackers stole information of about 40 million customer debit and credit card accounts, the company is paying for free credit monitoring to all customers.