Detroit Mayor Lists Jobs, Rebuilding Neighborhoods As Focus During State Of The City AddressDuggan said getting rid of abandoned homes is a matter of life or death.
Detroit Mayor To Deliver Annual State Of The City AddressThe speech comes more than two weeks after Mayor Duggan formally announced plans to run for a second term.
Coleman Young II Will Reportedly Run For Mayor Of DetroitYoung's father served as mayor of Detroit from 1974 until 1994.
Duggan Kicks Off Jobs Program For Young DetroitersParticipants will be paid $7.50 per hour, and those 18 and older will make $8.90 per hour, per the website.
Detroit To Kickoff Efforts For Annual Summer Jobs ProgramMayor Mike Duggan is expected to launch Detroit's annual effort to find summer jobs for teens and young adults.
Mike Duggan Will Run For Second Term As Detroit's MayorMayor Mike Duggan wants to continue leading the city of Detroit.
Detroit Mayor Duggan Expected To Announce Re-Election RunDuggan vowed to clean up neighborhoods. He pushed a program that has led to the demolition of more than 10,000 vacant houses.
Review Finds Billing Issues Tied To Detroit DemolitionsMayor Mike Duggan told reporters Tuesday that the city has agreed to repay $1.3 million, but $6 million tied to a 2014 bulk demolition program will go to arbitration.
Detroit Mayor Says Travel Ban 'Just Not Who We Are As Americans'The mayor said Detroit is a national leader in offering homes for families seeking a new life in the U.S
'Michigan Matters' Focus: President Trump, Mayor Fouts, Mayor Duggan's FutureDonald Trump promised things would change when he became president and that much the "Michigan Matters" panel of L. Brooks Patterson, Denise Ilitch and Charlie Beckham all agreed upon would be the case.
Michigan Matters Exclusive: 'Big Four' Sound Off On Fouts & TrumpIt was another sold out Detroit Economic Club “Big Four” luncheon as Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan, Wayne County Executive Warren Evans, Macomb County Executive Mark Hackel and Oakland County Executive L. Brooks Patterson – took to the NAIAS stage at Cobo Center and discussed issues.
Mike Duggan: Donald Trump Used Detroiters 'As Props'The mayor says he's received "deplorable" hate mail from Trump supporters.