Metro Detroit

A long-standing permission by the Archdiocese of Detroit allows local Catholics to eat muskrat — a furry, marsh-dwelling rodent native to the area — “on days of abstinence, including Fridays of Lent.”
The city's cultural institutions are still reckoning with that summer, half a century later.
The ACLU said the move “may very well have saved numerous people from abuse and possible death."
Just yesterday, on the last day of my college experience, a Juggalo girl made herself known in my sociology class. Juggalos are everywhere and can be anyone. You could be a Juggalo and not even know it.
Our hats are off to the legislature. Defying hyper-partisan stubbornness, the Senate, and then the House, approved bills to create a regional transit authority for Southeast Michigan, at long last. What are the next steps?
U.S. Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood has said that an RTA must be in place before developers of the M-1 Woodward Avenue
Trenton resident Kristen sat in her car near Sibley Gardens waiting impatiently for a glimpse of her idol as she stared into
Last month, Full & Fabulous Organization hosted "A Rose Is Still A Rose" debutante ball, presenting 13 metro Detroit girls as poised young women with a renewed sense of self-esteem.
With national vacation destinations like Traverse City and Petoskey right in our backyards, Metro Detroit's array of freshwater
Detective Lt. Ray White from the Oakland County Sheriff's Office called the boy a "one-man crime wave" in describing his
This is an opportunity to assist citizens, organizations and community leaders who are inventive and willing to give a voice to interesting, untold stories in metro Detroit.
For a decade or more, the Detroit region has talked about building a regional transit system. As it stands today, nothing has been built. So what is the remedy to Detroit's struggles to move forward on regional transit?