Strong, a 2004 Songwriters Hall of Fame inductee, was one of the first artists to sign to Motown Records when the company formed in 1959.
An estimated 15,469 Detroiters don’t have jobs. Mayor Mike Duggan highlighted five key city programs aimed at getting more residents trained and into the workforce.
Two in-person readings of “Room Object,” a new collection of poems and essays primarily from writers of color, will take place in February.
Brush Park could soon have Detroit’s first residential permit parking program under an ordinance adopted in 2019, but two fraternity organizations are opposed.
John Hantz acquired cheap swaths of land on the east side with plans for an urban tree farm. Neighbors say the wealthy entrepreneur has fallen short but operates under a special deal not afforded to residents.
Early negotiations between the resident advisory council, developers and mayor’s office provide a window into the divide of how community benefits are viewed.
Irwin House will celebrate the legacy of the artist known for his multimedia works at a Feb. 13 event on what would have been his 55th birthday.
Pandemic-era court delays resulted in a flood of legal settlements in 2022. City officials say lawsuits against Detroit’s police department and bus drivers are a major liability.
New City Council fiscal report outlines how a voter-approved millage is being diverted from the Detroit library to downtown projects.
Detroit’s Board of Review is asking the City Council to change a property tax relief program’s deadline to address timing complications.