Dozens of Detroit developers sought federal grant dollars for neighborhood investments, but only a bundle of downtown projects were awarded money.
Black and Hispanic Detroiters are making far less and have fewer job opportunities than their white counterparts, a new report has found.
The week features unique foods from 21 Detroit restaurants representing six Latin nationalities.
A new analysis on the impact of an unexpected bill for low-income residents could help make the case for a guaranteed income pilot in Detroit.
New roasters sharing the culture and customs of East African coffee.
Cheryl Parks Ajamu, the Black Girl Food Critic, uses her entrepreneurial skills to boost Black-owned restaurants in Detroit.
West Village restaurant and butcher shop gets state grant from program that seeks to invest in Michigan’s food and agriculture sector.
Land contracts are alternatives to getting a mortgage, but they carry risks that buyers should be aware of.
In the Mix is eliminating food waste and preserving the effort of Black farmers by freezing broccoli, collards and other vegetables.
The city plans to bring on 2,200 workers in three years. So far, 176 have been hired.