John Hantz acquired cheap swaths of land on the east side with plans for an urban tree farm. Neighbors say the wealthy entrepreneur has fallen short but operates under a special deal not afforded to residents.
Eating one freshwater fish could be equivalent to drinking contaminated water for a month, new study finds
Councilmember Angela Whitfield-Calloway asks Mayor Mike Duggan to direct COVID relief dollars to reduce air pollution for east side neighbors near the auto plant.
The French Cow will take over Treat Dreams in Midtown, selling crepes, baguette sandwiches, and ice cream.
Detroit Bikes is bringing jobs and transit options to Detroiters. Advocates and riders want the state or city to make them more affordable.
In its first “racial equity audit,” the Skillman Foundation found it has directed little of its investments toward assets owned by people of color.
The 24-member group was assembled without a formal selection process to advise on the project fraught with tension over its racist origins
BridgeDetroit reporter Jena Brooker gives a recap on efforts to diversify the city’s dining scene, grocery store shortages and investments in Detroit’s locally grown produce.
Kyra Harris Bolden was tapped by Gov. Gretchen Whitmer as the first Black woman to rule on Michigan’s Supreme Court.
Author Dunya Mikhail appeared in Detroit’s New Center this month to read from “The Bird Tattoo,” her new book about the multi-decade journey of a woman sold into sex slavery.