Detroit Neighborhoods

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Detroit Launching Zero-Interest Loan Program To Help Repair Homes, Improve Neighborhoods

Live in Detroit? Need a hand fixing up the house? Help is coming.

CBS Detroit–03/23/2015

Cleanup in Detroit's Brightmoor neighborhood. (credit: Ron Dewey/WWJ)

Detroit Rising: WWJ News Special Examines Transforming Detroit Neighborhoods

The people and programs seeking to transform city neighborhoods were the focus of “Detroit Rising” — a one-hour radio special, heard on WWJ-950 in collaboration with ARISE Detroit!

WWJ Newsradio 950–12/30/2013


Detroit Neighborhood Fights To Save Community Center

For 30 years the nationally honored Ravendale Community Center on Detroit’s east side has provided services to residents — but it’s fallen on hard times and may have to close.

WWJ Newsradio 950–11/29/2012

Working in the Team 313 garden. (credit:

Volunteers Bring Help, Hope To Detroit Neighborhoods

Team 313 has been mowing lawns and helping residents clean up their neighborhoods around the city.


A Detroit neighborhood is shown behind a street sign that has been knocked over March 23, 2011. (credit: Bill Pugliano/Getty Images)

Feedback Sought On Plan To Improve Detroit

Detroit residents are getting a chance to voice their opinions about Detroit neighborhoods.

WWJ Newsradio 950–08/14/2012

Detroit Mayor Dave Bing with Officer William Booker-Riggs, one of the first officers to move into the city under Bing's "Project 14." (WWJ Photo / Vickie Thomas)

Interest Growing In Detroit’s “Project 14”

Project 14, designed to entice more Detroit Police officers to live in the city, celebrated its first success story on Wednesday.

WWJ Newsradio 950–08/17/2011

WWJ Photo/Vickie Thomas

First Officer To Take Advantage Of Detroit’s ‘Project 14’

The City of Detroit getting the first takers of an incentive plan to encourage its police officers to move from the suburbs back into the city.

WWJ Newsradio 950–08/17/2011


Bing’s Project 14 Expands To More Neighborhoods

Mayor Dave Bing’s Project 14 — which entices Detroit police officers to move back into the city — is expanding to North Rosedale Park and Green Acres neighborhoods.