The City of Detroit’s Parks and Recreation department is hoping to hire Detroiters as lifeguards, play leaders and more for summer jobs in their neighborhoods.
The city-issued ID cards can help residents without a state ID get library cards, medical care and sign up for utility accounts.
DWSD is going door-to-door to encourage low-income residents to sign up for programs that will help them pay off overdue water bills.
One Detroit’s Future of Work host Will Glover takes a deep dive into a crucial conversation about how Michigan’s economy and workforce can stay competitive with other states.
Host Stephen Henderson and producer AJ Walker will explore the history of the Black Catholic Church, its support during the civil rights movements and its focus on equal rights and racial justice.
To reduce traffic and cars on Belle Isle, state parks officials are starting trolley service this summer.
Results from a community survey suggest residents who have lived in Detroit six to 10 years should qualify to sit on Detroit’s Reparations Task Force, regardless of their race or ethnicity.
Nonprofit groups are encouraged to take advantage of $2.25 million for beautification projects in Detroit neighborhoods.
Detroiters are pushing for a free legal services program that requires lawyers to have demonstrated experience working with low-income residents on eviction cases.
Detroit City Council is urging a statewide agency to process applications for rent aid faster in Wayne County, where it can take about 90 days.