PINEHURST, N.C. — Dave Heinfeld’s face lit up when a man wearing a white one-piece suit approached his 1939 Pontiac Deluxe Six Sedan. “This means we’ve won an award,” said the Celina, Oh., resident. And indeed, the Pontiac, which had been in the Heinfeld family since they bought it back in 1964, won third place … Continue Reading →
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Memorial Day weekend is traditionally a big weekend for gardening. It’s the time when gardeners stock up on plants for transplanting into their gardens. Most transplants sold in garden centers, especially the small plants in trays, have spent their whole lives growing under glass in a greenhouse. As a result, they are quite tender and not always … Continue Reading →
Most of our daffodils, tulips and hyacinths are done blooming for the season. That doesn’t mean that we can forget about them. There’s still some work left to be done that will improve our chances for getting blossoms next year. Right now the plants are beginning to form seed pods at the end of the flower stalks … Continue Reading →
Skilling, who is an innovative leader in Michigan, says the Common Core standards are nothing short of a ‘race to the bottom.’
The Red Wings have an opportunity to take a commanding 3-1 lead over the No. 1-seeded Blackhawks on Thursday night in the Western Conference semifinal series. Follow all of the action here as Geoff Robinson of The Detroit News provides live updates throughout the game. [liveblog]
Mr. Trump, Republicans tried guarded in the last election, and that did not lead to victory.
Instead of being primarily a time for national unity, many natural disasters in recent years have provoked bipartisan horror at conservative Republicans using these crises as an excuse to demand permanent spending cuts. This strategy was famously deployed by Eric Cantor in the wake of the Joplin tornado in 2011, and Oklahoma Sen. Tom Coburn … Continue Reading →
Since Levin is retiring from the Senate next year, here’s an idea: Maybe he could open a store.
For us in Detroit a decades-long tornado has been ripping the city apart – just slow enough not to qualify for disaster relief.