Stories tagged: "Southeast Michigan"


There's no shortage of ice cream in Michigan this summer.
Get the Scoop on 50+ Michigan Ice Cream Shops and Creameries

July is National Ice Cream Month. And in Michigan, that’s a pretty big deal.

20 Independently Owned Michigan Craft Stores to Explore This Summer

Michigan is the land of fur traders, lumberjacks, and miners. We’ve always been known for creating with skilled hands. So it’s not surprising that arts and crafts — and the stores that provide them — play an important role in our state’s culture.

Sugar Water or Syrup: Michigan Farmers Want You to Know About ‘Liquid Gold’ in Our Trees

Michigan is one of the best states in the country for maple syrup. So why don’t more people know about this hidden gem?

Why Are Schools Open? This Michigan Custodian and His Colleagues Have Taken Fewer Days off to Make It Happen.

It was an unspoken rule that you couldn’t take time off unless you needed to and had coverage. But that’s what was needed to reopen Michigan schools.

Protestors gather in front of the Joe Louis "Fist" statue in Detroit. Louis famously took down Max Schmeling, striking a blow to the idea of Aryan supremacy.
‘We’re Not Going to Lose The Ukrainian People’: Michiganders Stand Up Against New War 

Many Michigan neighbors woke up to war waged on their family. Now, they’re fighting back from afar.

Refinery giant Marathon Petroleum, which operates its Detroit-area refinery in what is now Michigan’s most polluted zip code. (AP photo)
How a Detroit Factory Is Making Michigan’s Most-Polluted Zip Code Worse

The Marathon Refinery is bypassing safety tests during the pandemic. Here's how local residents are responding.

Photo via The Weather Channel
Hundreds of Thousands Left Without Power After Historic Storm Smashes Into Southeast Michigan

Remnants of Tropical Storm Cristobal tore through the Midwest Thursday night. The damage it caused in Michigan was huge.