Detroit needs candidates who believe in and fit the profile, and residents need to support them, finance them, promote them, and proactively build the pipeline of the next generation of leaders, the authors write.
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 […]
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The international dissolved Council 25’s elected board and took control of the council’s local operations and finances following an investigation.
Thousands of activists, residents, religious leaders and others united in downtown Detroit Nov. 16 to mourn, pray and hold vigil for families of those who have died and others who are suffering.
The City Council is planning to adopt new district boundaries that will be used in 2025 elections.
Blast Detroit’s EV training program. A clash over industry near Riverside Park. Artist Dominic Pangborn’s final exhibit. Plus, holiday events this weekend.
Detroit’s City Council is investigating funding sources for a mold remediation program to target those not eligible for one of the city’s existing home repair programs.
Convicted contractor cites a BridgeDetroit investigation into $1 million in city contracts awarded to his daughter’s company as a ‘hardship’ as he works to reintegrate into society.
The Area Agency on Aging 1-B discusses National Family Caregivers Month. Plus, details on the 10th annual Black Friday Scholarship Bootcamp in Detroit.