Constance “Connie” Spight’s book, Dear Brandon: Letters to my Departed Son, was published in February through Archway Publishing.
Community benefits ordinance doesn’t authorize Detroit to issue fines or injunctions.
Forgotten Harvest has a new setup that will enable it to help thousands more Metro Detroiters. In Detroit, an estimated 39% of residents experience food insecurity.
Business owners in the area say the corridor is on the “up and up,” despite less attention from the city than they would like.
Detroit’s growing embrace of Juneteenth is a throwback to freedom-inspired activism of the city’s past.
A statewide program to help renters avoid eviction and catch up on rent payments will stop taking new applications after June 30. Here’s what to know.
Detroit police are targeting known violent offenders this week in sections of the city’s east and west side.
Gilbert Family Foundation says 5,689 people are effectively in line for aid from the $20 million fund.
A moratorium on water shutoffs is six months shy of ending. City officials have a plan in the works but some advocates say they’ve been left in the dark.
A retailer in Detroit since the 1970s, Zana Smith has carved out a place for herself in Detroit history as a cultural visionary and entrepreneur who made it at a time few survived.