As for when you could be able to get a haircut or color professionally and legally, Whitmer's answer Thursday was vague on an actual open date.
Think of it as a personalized shopping experience - a very clean one - with social distance and safety top of mind.
First, Hill and colleagues set up coalition of small gyms, the acronym is LIFFT- then, they filed suit in federal court, naming Gov. Whitmer, claiming some of her executive orders are unconstitutional.
On Tuesday when Gov. Gretchen Whitmer allowed retail businesses to reopen under certain guidelines, Ronda Morrison says she's ready to have customers inside even if they are not fully prepared.
About a quarter of Americans say someone in their household has lost a job amid that downturn, and about half have lost household income, including layoffs, pay cuts, cut hours or unpaid time off.
Advocates say small and diverse businesses are inherently at a disadvantage when it comes to the SBA’s Paycheck Protection Program.
The Royal Park Hotel opened their doors to welcome guests for the first time in two months. Since closing, the staff has worked non-stop to make changes in response to the coronavirus.
A boutique shop in Lake Orion is thankful for all the support from the community to stay afloat during the pandemic.
About 150,000 people could be back on the assembly line next week and restaurants like Bangkok 96 won't be the only ones to find better footing as The Big Three gets the wheels turning again.
"I had seen all of these people making masks and doing porch concerts," she said. "So I thought would could I do? I had some extra flowers one day, I wrapped them up in little bouquet, had a little piece of chalk and put them outside my studio."
A Metro Detroit advertising firm is pledging $100,000 to help struggling businesses market their services during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Like so many other small shops business was good - until it wasn't. A global pandemic and a statewide shutdown took place while Flipside Records has been playing the music - but there's no one there to listen to it.
A couple of retail businesses are making big changes in the battle to survive.
The Proving Grounds Coffee Shop has been in Milford for three years. This January they opened a second location in downtown Royal Oak where Gayle's Chocolates used to be.
In a public relations video, Morse talks about the widespread issue of large corporations and law firms getting millions from the program while major banks have siphoned off large chunks of the aid as well - leaving many small businesses out in the cold.
With business coming in again, Robson's Greenhouse is returning to its roots and are pretty much experts when it comes to plants and pollinators. They say the murder hornets won't wipe out Michigan's agriculture.
During this pandemic, a lot of businesses have been impacted. One Detroit family’s livelihood is in jeopardy after their landscaping business, truck and equipment was stolen.
"We were trying to figure out what we could do to pivot and someone said bingo - and I went, drag queen bingo - that's exactly what would be awesome," said Shaffer of Jim Shaffer and Associates.
The Main Street Oakland County Program claims this is the first mass community crowd fund of main street communities in the nation.
"It kind of saddens me a little bit, but this is a time when we have to just jump in and help each other, helping our fellow neighbors," Hardy said.