Detroit halts its municipal ID program amid concerns that undocumented immigrants’ data could be exposed to federal law enforcement.
Residents on the edge of the Detroit Golf Club say the PGA Tour is ruining their home life.
The first of three application periods for recreational pot dispensaries, microbusinesses and consumption lounges in Detroit opens Aug. 1.
Detroiters who want a say in how reparations are paid to Black residents have until Oct. 10 to apply.
Detroit ID program suspended for undocumented residents out of an “abundance of caution.” Immigration Task Force worries applicants and cardholders could be targeted by ICE.
New federal filings show the ex-Detroit mayor owes $193,303 to the IRS stemming from his racketeering conspiracy conviction.
The state DNR’s complimentary service runs from noon to 8 p.m. Thursday through Sunday to shuttle visitors to key island destinations as a means of reducing traffic.
The first phase of Detroit’s $30 million roof repair program is getting underway.
A developer looking to transform the long-idled Fisher Body Plant No. 21 site agreed to a range of community benefits negotiated with nearby residents.
The City Council agrees to requirements for the appointment of a 13-member task force to study how to make up for historic injustices endured by Detroit’s Black population.