Nature center on Belle Isle reopens to following a March 2020 shutdown and $2.5 million in renovation work
“American Black Journal” continues its series on “The Black Church in Detroit” with a look at the state of seminary education and the future of ministry in Detroit.
Michigan’s Home Heating Credit lowers energy costs for homeowners or renters who qualify. Here’s how to apply
City Council approved an extension of ShotSpotter’s contract with Detroit, but held off on a decision whether to expand the gunfire technology.
What to know about how to register to vote, when to request absentee ballots and more in Michigan.
For the past eight years, the Detroit Public Theatre has entertained folks with performances at the Max M. and Marjorie S. Fisher Music Center, in the Robert A. and Maggie Allesee Hall, but as the community theater company embarks on its 2022-2023 season, it will kick off at a new location.
Discussions are ramping up over strategies to best serve Detroit and ensure long-time residents have a stake in ownership, vision for vacant land.
The program, created via a new city ordinance, is meant to provide lawyers for low-income Detroiters and was to start Oct. 1.
Detroit has seen nine mass shootings this year alone and heightened frustrations among residents fearful of public spaces or leaving their homes.
Three “trailblazers” in Michigan will be honored, with the top prize being $10,000 in grant money. Two other awardees will get $2,500.