Boblo Boat Being Restored So It Can Float Down the Hudson River Valley
The steamer is being restored by the nonprofit Columbia Project, which has spent years working on a plan to return the boat to service, writes Dan Austin of the Freep.
Puerto Rican Debt Crisis 'Just Like Detroit' -- Ex-Judge Steven Rhodes
Retired Bankruptcy Judge Steven Rhodes, who oversaw Detroit's case, is hired by Puerto Rico to help with its debt crisis.
Detroit Scout Car in Deadly Chase Had No Working Dash Cam
"It was an older marked scout car," says Chief James Craig.
Orville Hubbard's Statue Is on a 'Lies Across America' List
"Honoring a Segregationist" is the heading on a 1999 book's section about Dearborn's Orville Hubbard tribute.
Unremorseful Freezer Mom Pleads Guilty; Says She'd Kill Kids Again
"If I had a chance to do it again, I would," says Mitchelle Blair.
Video: Ilitch Team Opens Arena Project Preview Center for VIPs
The center, limited to businesses and sponsors until early 2016, includes a suite model and simulated views from various areas.
Video: Marriage Equality Hits Home for Tony Paul of The Detroit News
Friday was was "one of the happiest days of my life and "one of the biggest decisions in my lifetime," the MSU grad says on "Sports Cave."
The Pontchartrain May Add A Second Tower
"One of our challenges is we don't have as many hotel rooms that are an easy walk to the convention center like many of our competitors do," Michael O'Callaghan tells Crain's.
Demolition Starts at Historic Hotel Park Avenue Hotel
The demolition of the 91-year-old building should be completed in about two week, Motor City Muckraker reports.
Here We Go Again: Another Shooting at A Detroit Block Party
In about a week's time, 21 people have been shot at different block parties in Detroit. One died.
Our Version Of The Confederate Flag Is 10 Feet Tall And Waving In Dearborn
"Orville Hubbard was our George Wallace, our Orval Faubus, our Strom Thurmond," writes Bill McGraw.
'That Must Stop,' Detroit News Tells Anti-Gay Marriage State Legislators
"In Michigan, lawmakers opposed to gay marriage are already drafting and introducing laws aimed at placing obstacles in front of gay couples," an editorial notes.
Terry 'Thunder' Hughley, Longtime Member of The Sun Messengers, Dies at 61
"Not only was he a fine drummer, but also a very fine singer with a really good ear and was very strong on arrangements," a bandmate says of Hughley. (Photo by Wayne Norman)