Children need saving accounts, incarcerated people should have more apprenticeship opportunities and the state should offer families facing temporary financial woes lump-sum cash assistance.
The Wayne County Treasurer’s Office is offering new ways to pay down back tax debt, and expects to resume the tax foreclosure process this year.
Employees working from home are causing severe income tax losses for Detroit and other cities. Some say it is time for change.
A trio of Detroit residents — two white and one Asian American — say they’ve been denied the opportunity to live in a racially integrated community, and they’ve filed a lawsuit over it.
Detroit mayoral candidate Anthony Adams says it’s time to “change the whole notion of policing,” identifies poverty as a core concern for the city.
Detroiters can begin initiating the process to appeal their property tax values starting Feb. 1. Here’s what that means for homeowners.
Thousands of Detroit renters live in properties at risk of tax foreclosures, analysts warn.
After an extended election that included mobs, lawsuits and lies, Detroit officials managed through a pandemic, secured the city’s vote and played its part in the inauguration of Biden and Harris.
On this episode of Authentically Detroit, hosts Orlando Bailey and Donna Givens Davidson talk with U.S. Rep. Rashida Tlaib about the insurrection and her vote to impeach former President Donald Trump a second time.
The city releases the first wave of blighted homes slated for demolition under Detroit’s Proposal N, approved by voters in November.