About 20 percent of Detroiters and Highland Park residents have a Detroit library card. The Detroit Public Library wants to get 41,000 more people signed up.
Residents who need a reprieve from frigid temperatures can go to these shelters, recreation centers and libraries.
Nushrat Rahman unpacks complicated issues affecting the lives of Detroiters and provides resources and information to help residents thrive.
Detroiters struggling to pay their yearly property taxes can apply for a poverty tax exemption through early next month. This story also appeared in Detroit Free Press Eligible homeowners have until Dec. 11 to sign up for the City of Detroit’s Homeowners Property Exemption (HOPE) program to see a partial or full reduction in their […]
The deadline for homeowners to apply to receive grants to help pay for delinquent mortgages, property taxes and utilities is Dec. 8. What to know.
Looking to take a stroll while holiday shopping? Here’s where to go.
The Michigan Civil Rights Commission receives formal complaints, but the public hearings are an opportunity for people who have not reported discrimination to share their experiences.
A resource fair on Nov. 8 is intended to help refugees and immigrants access transportation. Here’s what to know.
Detroit landlords who own duplexes can get as much as $15,000 per unit for repairs or $750 rebates after bringing properties up to code.
Avalon Village’s Shamayim “Mama Shu” Harris is a contender for CNN’s Hero of the Year award this year and in the running to get $100,000 for her work.