Several factors, from a refinery fire to a cut in oil production, are pushing Michigan’s gas prices above the national average.
Delayed home repairs can create health risks, but programs exist to help fund the fixes.
Several protections to cushion the economic blow of the pandemic are expected to end this month. Congress announced progress Wednesday.
The last day to apply for a property tax exemption program for low-income homeowners is Dec. 14. Here’s what you need to know and how to apply.
Residents who live in southwest Detroit can now apply to have lead-based paint removed from their homes for free, the city of Detroit announced Thursday.
As the pandemic continues and unemployment remains high, the state is encouraging Michigan residents who are unable to pay their energy bills to seek help before they receive a shutoff notice or are almost out of propane or fuel oil, especially as winter approaches.
Need to get on a payment plan or get other assistance to avoid tax foreclosure? A guide to government offices and nonprofits who can offer guidance.
Nearly 43 percent of Detroiters are unemployed and a quarter of city residents have missed a mortgage or rent payment as a result of the pandemic, according to a recent BridgeDetroit report. Here is a list of free resources to help Detroit tenants whose job security and financial stability have been threatened during the coronavirus pandemic.