“What made me love it so much was the people at their jobs, they love their jobs. And that made me love the job, too.” That’s William Palmer, one of about 500 high school and college students who worked at DTE Energy during the summer, describing his experience on the job. Palmer is one of […]
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As fans of the Detroit Red Wings and Detroit Pistons get powered up to watch the teams in the new Little Caesars Arena this fall, the unique attention to detail both inside and outside the complex is something both players and spectators will notice. A giant projector the size of two football fields and the […]
There are dozens of activities scheduled for Beacon Park this week. Join us Thursday after the Tigers game for a post-game celebration, featuring craft beers, a full tailgate menu, lawn games and music. Food truck rallies and music happen every weekday so that you can enjoy a lunch in the park. Sports, markets and more […]
Guest post by Peg Tallet, Chief Operating Officer, Michigan Women’s Foundation For more than thirty years, the mission of Michigan Women’s Foundation (MWF) has been to transform our state to achieve equality and empowerment for women and girls. Focused on accelerating women’s entrepreneurship, MWF works to eliminate barriers to economic and social equality by providing […]
When it comes to electric prices in Michigan, misconceptions often get in the way of the facts. For example, did you know that over the last three years, Michigan was the only state in the Great Lakes region to reduce its electric prices? Or that Michigan’s industrial prices are nearly 10 percent lower than Wisconsin’s? […]
From sushi to Mexican to traditional American fare, there will be more than 15 different food trucks coming to Beacon Park this week. Enjoy lunch at the park while listening to live music from artists performing classic rock, Motown, blues and more.
Guest post by Alyssa Stickney, applied speech communication student at Ferris State University When adults with developmental and cognitive disabilities reach the age of 26, they can no longer attend public schools, leaving the individual and their families unsure of what comes next. That’s where the After 26 Project in Cadillac, Mich. comes into play. […]
From food truck rallies to music and an interactive art installation, there are more than 20 reasons to visit Beacon Park this week.
Whether it’s a mancave of solitude or a simple storage area, basements are a key part of many homes. And whether we like it or not, Michigan basements are especially susceptible to flooding. If you’re facing the unfortunate reality of a basement flood, here’s what to do. Don’t wade through the water If your basement […]
Part 2 of our series on electric prices and how they are set. If you missed Part 1, catch up here. When it comes to setting the price customers pay for electricity, it’s a lot different than your local grocery store setting the price you pay for a loaf of bread – or your favorite […]
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