Grandmont-Rosedale residents came together to oppose an asphalt plant in their residential community – again.
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Controlled burns preserve prairie habitat, less than 0.1% of the state’s rare tallgrass remains.
Community groups say it’s too soon and that the decision could have harmful effects to Detroit and the region.
When I-375 was constructed, the freeway destroyed two thriving Black communities and displaced more than 100,000 residents. Some want the land returned to the descendants.
Proposed legislation would mandate $5 credit for every hour without power.
To reduce traffic and cars on Belle Isle, state parks officials are starting trolley service this summer.
The project seeks to expand access to healthy foods for a predominantly Black and low-income community where residents also face concerns of gentrification and displacement.
A new exhibit at the Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit celebrates Black abstraction and expression in a city known for its realism.
An unlimited number of licenses can be issued to growers, processors, transportation, safety, and event organizers.