Retro cool Michigan pride gear helps fund history center
While the all-new Shinola Hotel doesn’t open to the public until January, officials with Bedrock and the hotel’s staff celebrated its grand opening with media tours, remarks from the likes of Dan Gilbert and the ceremonial lighting of its exterior signage in Downtown Detroit.Read More
Ludington State Park expands by 100 acres, adds ‘pristine’ sand dunes
One of Michigan’s most popular state parks is getting a little bigger.
The Michigan Department of Natural Resources this week announced the planned 100-acre expansion of Ludington State Park, which will add some “pristine” sand dunes, wetlands and forests that sit just outside the public lands.Read More
Sharp Park students get holiday book as part of new program
Students gathered around a cafeteria table on Thursday morning at Sharp Park Academy. They were in for a special treat — a new book and chocolate to take home for the holidays.
The program, called Sam’s Book Flood, was created by Elaine Themm, the International Baccalaureate coordinator at the school.Read More