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  • Everything you always wanted to know about Easter hams

    Easter is prime time for ham and every year questions crop up about it. So here are some answers to the questions I frequently hear this time of year: Q: Should I buy a whole or a half ham? How much ham will I need per person? A: A whole ham...
  • Dumars out as Pistons president of basketball operations, will become adviser

    DETROIT The Detroit Pistons have decided not to renew president of basketball operations Joe Dumars' contract, the Free Press has learned. A person with firsthand knowledge of the situation confirmed the news during the Pistons home finale Sunday a...
  • Jeff Seidel: Jimmy Howard and Red Wings get chance to be postseason spoilers

    Jimmy Howard sat at his locker, talking about the Boston Bruins, a big, powerhouse team the Red Wings beat three times during the regular season. "Those wins mean nothing right now," Howard said. "It's going to be a totally different beast when we walk...
  • Red Wings set to face Bruins in playoffs

    Boston Bruins it is. The Bruins emerged as the first-round opponent of the Detroit Red Wings Saturday night, after Columbus won at Florida. Here's a debriefing on the Bruins, who claimed the Presidents' Trophy on Saturday afternoon after topping...
  • Tigers' Justin Verlander a hit in his first win of the season

    SAN DIEGO His excellence has been described in many ways in his nine years with the Tigers, but on Saturday night, a new phrase could be used: Justin Verlander he's a hit. Verlander got the first two hits of his nine-year career and, picking up steam as...
  • Lions targeting Clemson receiver Watkins

    The Lions are fascinated by the prospect of adding Sammy Watkins to their receiving corps, and they continue to do all the homework necessary in case that becomes a reality. The Lions hosted Watkins on one of their 30 predraft visits Tuesday, three weeks...
  • Is Joe Dumars' dynasty drawing to close?

    Joe Dumars was all smiles. It was the night of the Bad Boys charity gala, and Dumars was with his former teammates in front an audience of VIPs to recall the glory years when the Pistons ruled the NBA. Fast forward a few days and Dumars' future with the...
  • GM to face daily fines over late response to regulators' questions

    The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration is fining General Motors Co. $7,000 per day until it responds to all questions the agency submitted to it last month regarding an ignition switch defect. NHTSA said Tuesday it would levy the fine after...
  • With playoffs in sight, Red Wings survive scare from Sabres

    DETROIT There were suggestions about being too cute and too cautious afterward, but most of all there was the chatter of celebration. The Red Wings rolled out their fourth straight victory, a 3-2 win Friday night against the Buffalo Sabres at Joe Louis...
  • Yankee Doodle Gun Law

    When Yankee Doodle went to town, his hat adornment was not pasta. Simply look up "macaroni" as used in Connecticut's state song. Pro-gun control letters to The Courant rely upon contemporary definitions to support their interpretations. Misleading straw...
  • GM to boost investment at Volt assembly plant, battery factory

    DETROIT General Motors on Tuesday confirmed it plans to invest a total of $449 million in its Detroit-Hamtramck assembly plant and Brownstown Township, Mich., battery factory to expand its electric-vehicle production and make way for two unidentified...