New interactive map chronicles the history of Woodbridge from the time of French settlement, using historical maps, property records, newspaper archives, photos, oral histories, and more.
Jena is a BridgeDetroit's environmental reporter, covering everything from food and agricultural to pollution to climate change.
Detroit recycling rates double, but barriers remain
An opt-in program, high contamination rates, and a lack of infrastructure are some of the challenges Detroit faces.
What national railway merger means for Detroit
The city could see an additional 87 trucks per day to the railway’s facility on the west side.
Why the city is setting parks on fire
Detroit’s Riverside, Palmer and Rouge parks are being set on fire to improve the ecosystem and cut pollution.
Meet Detroit’s Filipino chef behind the signature purple pastries
JP Makes and Bakes is expanding Filipino food options in Detroit proper.
Sidewalk Detroit art festivals to return this summer
The nonprofit will host free festivals in July and August in the East Canfield Village and Joy-Southfield neighborhoods.
Detroit students ride, skate, and scooter to school for national event
Bike and Roll to School Day kicks off a series of micro-mobility events the city is hosting over the next two months.
Sisters to revive former neighborhood hub on East Canfield
Jack’s party store on East Canfield Street shut down three decades ago. It will soon get its second life as a neighborhood coffee shop and meeting space.
Bouncing Around The Motor City wins Hatch Detroit competition
The party rental business will open as a brick-and-mortar retail balloon and gift shop.
North America’s only international wildlife refuge is on the Detroit River. Visit by bus
U. S. Interior Secretary Deb Haaland cited the bus stop at the refuge last week when asked how the department is working to increase access to public lands for marginalized populations.