For National Black Business Month, small businesses in Detroit share how they’re managing the economic impact of the coronavirus and their hopes for the future.
Midtown’s Sugar Hill Arts District is getting a new $36.3-million housing and retail development. The area was designated as a national and local historic district because of its roots as a hub of Detroit jazz and African American establishments.
Immigrants and immigrant-owned businesses are essential to Detroit’s economic recovery, a new study has found.
Workers at 16 metro Detroit nursing homes who had planned to strike starting Monday have suspended their demonstrations after Gov. Gretchen Whitmer called for a resolution between workers and nursing home operators.
Detroit’s ban on evictions is over and hearings for tenants will begin this week. If you owe rent, here’s what you need to know.
Employees at 17 nursing homes across metro Detroit will go on strike Aug. 17 over what they say are unfair working conditions during the COVID-19 pandemic.
With unemployment at historic highs in Michigan and across the country, economic protections for people impacted by COVID-19 are expiring as the pandemic continues to flare.
Families eligible for Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) benefits, or food stamps, will continue receiving additional benefits through August.