Just hours after the owners of the Royal Oak ice cream shop posted a GoFundMe, the business was saved by customers and donations.
"From April 1st to May 15th only Detroit companies can get a license for recreational pot after that, we open it to everyone," Mayor Duggan said.
It's been a struggle for a few years he said. There was a huge construction project and it finally wrapped up and all the traffic should have been going into Ray's - but then COVID-19 - crushed it.
Senator Lauwers is drafting legislation right now to pro-rate the cost of liquor licenses. He’ll have it on the Senate floor early next month.
Michigan restaurants and bars are now permitted to continue indoor service after months of closures. However, restaurants must abide by curfew rules and capacity limits.
Anyone making a deposit through the Barstool Sportsbook and wagering for the first time in Michigan will have their wager matched by the operators of Greektown Casino - and donated to the Barstool Fund.
Funds from the Michigan Economic Development Corp. are up for grabs for businesses hurt by the pandemic. Small businesses that were forced to close can apply for up to $20,000 in available money.
In a Facebook post, it said that after communicating with Gov. Gretchen Whitmer's Office, it expects an announcement from her at Wednesday's press conference related to the reopening plan.
The U.S. Small Business Administration and the U.S. Treasury Department relaunched the Paycheck Protection Program, or PPP, loan portal Monday.
A cafe in Michigan's upper peninsula has been fined $2,500 and a judge has held its owner in contempt after the restaurant continued operating after its license was pulled.
A beloved arcade game location in Ann Arbor and East Lansing put out a call for help have been stricken by the pandemic. Fans of Pinball Pete's came have arrived in force, donating tens of thousands of dollars.
You can get discounted gas or even free gas cards at the Marathon in Royal Oak on Tuesday, Dec. 22.
The company Rebel Nell makes cufflinks and jewelry out of pieces of graffiti and other Detroit relics. So with the Pistons, they used pieces of jerseys to make one of a kind pieces.
The investigator says she tried to order a drink herself, then, a few minutes later said who she worked for. That’s when the group got hostile - and she made a call to police for back-up. She says patrons kept drinking right in front of her before leaving.
"The concern is will they come in," he said. "We don't know about the cash flow revenue. I haven't paid my mortgage for this month, yet."
But leave your cravings for popcorn and other snacks at home because concession stands must remain closed under pandemic preventative orders.
"It's a matter of determining if you're going to lose more," he said. "Right now I believe we're going to lose more by being open with the Governor's policy."
Last week Steven Klein took to Facebook writing an emotional obituary for Vision Lanes. "I cried the whole time I was writing it," he said. To him it is much more than a business.
Of more than 4,800 grants, more than 2,500 went to minority-owned businesses, 1,946 to female-owned businesses, and 137 to businesses owned by military veterans.
A sweet treat is loved by all especially around the holidays passed down from generation to generation. And now Brad Cocklin of Berkley has turned his family tradition into Chunk Nibbles - a booming local business.