Detroit woman’s experience of growing up when abortions were illegal and why the Supreme Court’s ruling creates an urgent economic concern for Black women.
Detroit Health Department urges residents to stay hydrated, limit outdoor activities during the hours of 11 a.m. and 4 p.m. and to be on the lookout for signs of heat exhaustion.
The “hot spot” strategy began on Memorial Day and will last through Labor Day in September.
Kayaking, sailing, and rowing classes are a few options.
Curtis Ivery, Wayne County Community College Chancellor, gets inaugural award for his role in growing and managing the multi-campus institution.
Bettison, a 27-year veteran of Detroit’s police force, has served as second in command to Detroit Police Chief James White, overseeing the department’s administrative functions and community relations.
What do you need from the Detroit city government? In your neighborhood? BridgeDetroit wants to hear from you.
The $8M greenway, a partnership between the city of Detroit and Ralph C. Wilson, Jr. and Walters Family foundations, Michigan Central and state transportation and parks agencies, will be completed in the fall.
In 2021, DTE disconnected accounts 178,200 times for nonpayment, its highest annual number of service disconnections since 2016.
Thousands of Detroiters are filing flood damage claims across four agencies now that FEMA has announced an environmental emergency. At the same time, leadership is resigning or being asked to step down.