Detroit Police Chief James White said Patrice Wilson was found dead in her vehicle and characterized the suspect, Jamere Miller, as a “very violent person”
One Detroit brings federal, state, city, county and community partners together to stem violent behavior by reaching beyond enforcement to strategies for community-based prevention and intervention and reentry services for formerly incarcerated individuals.
The Thursday event will help walk potential candidates through the process of applying for a spot in the next class of the Federal Aviation Administration Academy.
BridgeDetroit asks developers who will benefit from a group of publicly-supported downtown projects.
The BridgeDetroit newsroom and Detroit Public Television’s American Black Journal will partner on a March 15 town hall to elevate challenges Black residents and developers face and some solutions helping to build up Black development in Detroit.
The “Transfer Pathways Agreement,” is a new program designed to maximize credits students earn while completing an associate’s degree at WCCCD and transferring to WSU to complete their bachelor’s degree.
Starting Feb. 27, COVID-19 vaccines and testing will be at the health department on Mack Avenue. Services at the Northwest Activities Center will be discontinued.
Detroit’s Department of Transportation has added 10 more clean diesel buses and expects as many more this spring, with bike racks as well as onboard infotainment and USB chargers.
The City of Detroit will award up to 50 grants ranging from $500 to $15,000 toward community clean-up projects and gardens and for activities in public spaces.
The City of Detroit and state Department of Treasury said Detroit residents can pay their individual income taxes online via eCheck or with a debit or credit card