Potential cost overruns, lack of financing and a state jail, are all reasons why the $200 million project might be scrapped.
Michigan’s future fiscal stability depends on remembering the bitter lessons the state learned in the last downturn.
Detroit’s population loss slowed significantly last year, but the city still lost another 12,000 residents, according to the latest figures from the U.S. Census Bureau.
At least 200 guns are off the streets of Detroit Saturday afternoon following a gun buy back program at a church on the city’s west side.
It’s something new to honor the local men and women that put their lives on the line every day.
The pace of residential real estate sales in metro Detroit resumed its increase in April from year-ago levels, while prices continue to skyrocket, according to the Farmington Hills-based real estate information firm Realcomp II Ltd.
A new report from the Workforce Intelligence Network of Southeast Michigan finds that IT, health care, engineering, design and skilled trades positions are most in demand in the region’s labor market.
Dane Slater finished with over 50% of the vote, beating out a field of 5 others, including former State representative Marty Knollenberg.
Wayne County is hoping that a $50 grocery credit is enough to get Detroiters to surrender their weapons.
Senior citizens living in Macomb, Oakland and Wayne counties are invited to enjoy a free day at the Detroit Zoo on Senior Day, Wednesday, April 24, 2013, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.