MLive is reporting that we’are getting another non-stop flight from Gerald R Ford International airport thanks to Frontier Airlines. According to MLive starting April 9th you can fly non-stop to Philadelphia on Frontier Airlines, with fares kicking off the flights as low as $29...
Celebrate the first day of spring with a free ice cream cone from Dairy Queen! All day today, March 20th, the ice cream chain will be giving out a free small cone of vanilla ice cream to customers at all of their locations, nationwide...
It may be spring, but winter weather is sticking around in Michigan. Michigan weather never seems to care about the calendar. Our latest round of snow had me searching for sanity. I turned to Cards Against Humanity.
The Michigan Department of Natural Resources reminds everyone that this winter's heavy ice and snow cover on Michigan's lakes may lead to fish kills, making it common to discover dead fish or other aquatic creatures this spring.
As spring and Easter approach, the ealth officials at the Michigan departments of Agriculture and Rural Development and Community Heal are warning parents that baby poultry may carry Salmonella. They offer eight tips to stay safe around spring chicks.
Remember to set those clocks forward Saturday night as daylight saving time returns at 2 a.m. EST Sunday. With the change, it is going to be lighter sooner. That means changes in routines a bit, whether that's driving, bicycling or walking.
Spring chicks become very popular each Easter. Many children see them or handle them in feed or pet stores. Some families bring spring chicks home and raise them. The Michigan Department of Agriculture reminds us of the risks of handling live poultry.