The Detroit Public Schools says it’s increasing the number of school closures to 20 by the fall of next year.
The state may be cutting off support to families who can’t afford to bury their loved ones.
Michigan Governor Rick Snyder is preparing to head to the Big Apple to meet with bond rating agencies.
Both of Detroit’s municipal pension boards have agreed to concessions designed to save the city about $60 million
Some of Detroit’s high-profile cultural sites could be in jeopardy, as the City Council struggles with Mayor Dave Bing’s proposed budget plan.
State Senator Mike Kowal held hearings this week to get a sense of how the film incentive tax breaks helped the economy.
Governor Rick Snyder calls the passage of his tax reform bill a big victory for Michigan and for businesses in the state.
Detroit Mayor Dave Bing is hopeful everyone will be on board to help put the city’s budget on even keep as meetings continue this week with unions and pensions.
The sour economy has been the root cause of many annual festivals, art fairs and fireworks going down the tubes.
Voters in Harper Woods will be deciding a big issue this coming week: whether or not to merge the city’s fire and police departments.