The program, created via a new city ordinance, is meant to provide lawyers for low-income Detroiters and was to start Oct. 1.
Detroiters can visit Spirit Plaza Tuesday to get information on programs that can help lower some of their housing costs.
Nearly half of people with disabilities in Michigan faced financial hurdles in 2019, living in poverty or struggling to make ends meet. Here’s why.
DTE is asking for a 8.8% rate increase, or $10 more a month for residential customers. Advocates say customers shouldn’t have to bear the costs.
Mayes, CEO of the expanding food rescue nonprofit, plans to stay in the role until the end of the year.
There are about 1,000 renter occupied homes in Detroit headed to Wayne County’s tax foreclosure auction this fall. Here’s what tenants should know.
Enrollment fairs are available to help residents learn more about the city’s new water affordability plan, apply in person and provide feedback.
Renters and housing advocates in Detroit gathered Sunday to discuss the need for a citywide tenant association amid rising costs and evictions.
There are 42,000 landlords in Detroit, a new report finds. Among the largest group — those who own one or two properties — 2% are registered.
Kirk Mayes leads food rescue nonprofit Forgotten Harvest with community in mind. He’s the recipient of the 2022 Eleanor Josaitis Unsung Leader award.