Mt. Clemens, MI - County Executive Mark A. Hackel hosted the first-ever “The River Runs Wild” event on the Clinton River, an 8-mile kayaking excursion which began at Heritage Park in Utica and ended at Rotary Park in Sterling Heights on Wednesday August 21, 2019.
Lansing, MI - The Michigan Public Service Commission has approved monthly decreases for DTE Gas Co. customers to reflect the impact lower federal corporate tax rates have on the company’s long-term investments.
Detroit, MI - It's time to say hello to a gourmet market experience unlike any other in downtown Detroit. ZZ Market & Grill will officially hold its grand opening on August 21 from noon until 7 p.m. located at 210 Henry Street near Little Caesars Arena.
St. Ignace, MI - Building on the success of the 2018 event, the 2019 Mackinac Bridge Annual Walk on Sept. 2 will again allow participants to start from St. Ignace or Mackinaw City, walking half the bridge and back, the entire length, or even crossing it twice.
Detroit, MI - The Anna Scripps Whitcomb Conservatory has a lot to celebrate. One of Belle Isle Park's most significant historic structures, the landmark reopened to the public this past June, and a new public art sculpture was officially dedicated in the conservatory gardens August 15, 2019.
Pontiac, MI - Oakland County Health Division reminds residents that algal blooms may be present in lakes. People should exercise caution and avoid direct contact with water that appears scummy, looks like spilled paint, or has a green sheen to it. The scum may contain flecks, foam, or clumps.
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