A former employee at Big Rock Chophouse in Birmingham is accusing the restaurant of unemployment fraud in a federal lawsuit.
When the coronavirus shut down gyms, Fortune knew he had to get creative - for his clients - and for his business.
Authorities are investigating what caused a home to explode on Chapin Street on Memorial Day in Birmingham.
Knowing how much students missed being together - two teachers came up with an idea. Anyone can come to the school and tie a ribbon on the fence to honor a hero, or make a wish for someone they know. It is a simple gesture that is catching on.
And that's when the idea came: use their site, LoopWhole.com, that already helps businesses owners with their marketing. Grossman says his team was ready to jump in and volunteer.
After shutting down most of their operations, the Griffin Claw Brewing Company decided to begin using distilled spirits to make hand sanitizer to keep workers working.
A Birmingham family taped up a sign to spread hope and togetherness to anyone who drives by.
Dolce MODA, a clothing store based out of Birmingham is committing money and supplies to women's shelters throughout metro Detroit. Working with Northern Fashion, it's part of an initiative called Project Beautiful.
Hazel, Ravines and Downtown in Birmingham is having a full menu takeover Jan. 21 - Feb. 16, featuring fresh catch from Florida and the Gulf Coast.
A strange male looking into windows has been reported in Royal Oak and Birmingham areas.
The feds arrested prominent Birmingham jeweler Joseph DuMouchelle and charged him with wire fraud involving a rare 77-carat diamond dubbed "The Yellow Rose" diamond -- sold for $12 million.
It was all smiles for 40 kids at a Birmingham dentist who got free dental work on Friday. The Saad Dental Group provided anything the kids needed, from fillings to tooth extractions and fluoride treatments.
The city of Birmingham has issued a water consumption advisory after five homes showed lead levels above the state's standard levels
Some Birmingham students spent the day Thursday stuffing a bus with food for those in need.
Ronnie Clopton had a lot of trouble focusing while he was in school. He said by the time he graduated, he really couldn't focus on anything. Then he found Far Therapy, a group that works with adults and kids with learning and developmental disabilities to learn new ways to communicate. For Clopton, he found his medium in piano. In the years since picking up the instrument, he's become quite proficient.
Looking to plan a big event? You can get award-winning meals at Parc and 220 Merrill. They each recently received prestigious restaurant awards from Wine Spectator.
September 18 is National Cheeseburger Day.
Grabbagreen is opening its first store in Michigan this weekend.
Elder abuse is a problem that's hard to talk about, but it affects some of our most vulnerable loved ones.
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