Detroit’s Legislative Policy Division offers an outline for how the reparations task force should be constructed to address historic discrimination against Black Detroiters.
Low-income Detroiters can use benefits to purchase more types of baby formula after a top supplier recalled its products.
Traffic congestion is a real problem on the island. As summer approaches, the DNR is looking at how to make it smoother.
The Detroit City Council approved a $1.3 million contract for weapons detection scanners powered by AI.
A public hearing and vote by Detroit’s City Council are anticipated Tuesday on the city’s Right to Counsel ordinance.
Researchers are calling on Detroit to revise the city’s property tax code to prevent owners from sitting on vacant land and to give homeowners a break.
DWSD is going door-to-door to encourage low-income residents to sign up for programs that will help them pay off overdue water bills.
Nonprofit groups are encouraged to take advantage of $2.25 million for beautification projects in Detroit neighborhoods.
Detroiters are pushing for a free legal services program that requires lawyers to have demonstrated experience working with low-income residents on eviction cases.
Detroiters said they need better internet service, but they’re waiting to see if the city makes good on its promises.