Coalition hopes to reach first-time parents, non-traditional families, those who typically don’t file taxes and families with little income, limited English proficiency, education, and few social service connections.
A public survey is open to gather feedback from visitors as part of an 18-month study to identify ways to ease congestion, increase parking and ways to navigate the island park.
The BridgeDetroit newsroom and WDET collaborate on “What Had Happened Was,” a five-episode series on the first Congress in nearly 70 years without at least one Black Detroiter
Johnny Strickland was awarded $150,000 in a 2018 lawsuit against Detroit Police Department alleging race discrimination during an off-duty encounter with police colleagues.
Detroit’s Black Friday and Small Business Saturday guide on how to support local entrepreneurs, organizations and artists.
The Wayne County Commission approved American Rescue Plan Act dollars for 14 projects in its communities and a massive investment in workforce development
The Detroit rail car system will resume charging for rides Oct. 31 after offering free service since spring following a lengthy shutdown prompted by COVID-19.
A six-month police search for Zion Foster, a 17-year-old allegedly discarded in a dumpster ends without her remains being found.
In his sixth school year, Detroit Public Schools Community District Superintendent Nikolai Vitti said he’s focused on ways to boost enrollment, attendance and achievement.
The Rocket Community Fund is kicking in $1M toward home repair assistance for eligible participants of a partnership program to help city renters become homeowners.