Monday Jul 14
Crain's Detroit Business
Women vets face own struggles to enter civilian workforce
Kate Logan wanted to get her hands dirty when she joined the U.S. Army in 2005. So the Oxford native became a diesel mechanic.
Frisco murder case moves forward
A judge has ruled there is enough evidence to move forward with a case against a Michigan man accused of beating another man to death at a Frisco motel.
Take An Adventure, Why Not? Golf Outing, 5K & More
This past October, just before Halloween, a 20-year-old Oakland University student fought for her life after sustaining injuries from a multi-car accident on Rochester Road, downstate.
Detroit Free Press
Residents continue fight against Vinsetta Garage parking plan
For the second time in two months, Berkley residents from homes near the popular Vinsetta Garage restaurant planned to pack City Hall tonight to fight the hip bistro's proposal to demolish four houses for a parking lot.
Daily Press & Argus
After 30 years, Howell's Balloonfest keeps growing
Rick Kerber, pilot of the Michigan Cat balloon, operates the burner filling the balloon with hot air as Jack Shepard holds the balloon open at the Michigan Challenge Balloonfest media preview Wednesday in Howell.