Low-income entrepreneurs in Ann Arbor can apply to receive monthly cash assistance through a program to test a guaranteed income pilot.
Highland Park City Council made a decision on whether a developer should get a lot where a community garden, run by Avalon Village, grows.
A community garden in Highland Park is at the center of a land dispute between a developer and nonprofit Avalon Village.
Decades after a freeway construction tore through Detroit’s Black Bottom and Paradise Valley, Black Detroiters need major investments, report says.
Across Michigan, there are several lawsuits in state and federal court arguing that former property owners, not counties, deserve profits from tax foreclosure sales.
Seven hundred households with high balances are at risk of shutoffs if they don’t pay off their overdue bills or enter into a payment plan.
Last week’s storm knocked out power for thousands. Here’s how Michigan families receiving food assistance can get renewed benefits for spoiled food.
The nonprofit Focus: HOPE is expanding the reach of its monthly Food for Seniors program as the cost of food continues to rise.
An eviction notice lays out why a landlord wants someone to move. Here’s what Michigan law says about the process.
A Friday resource fair will help residents learn about their current and delinquent property taxes and programs to stay housed.