Detroit Taxpayers Could Be Given Option To Support City RetireesJones is asking the city's pension board to explore putting a check-off box on tax forms to help retirees who took a hit during the Detroit bankruptcy proceedings.
Ally Financial Lease Deal Keeps Headquarters In DetroitGilbert's Bedrock Real Estate has purchased the landmark building One Detroit Center on Woodward Avenue in the city
Detroit's Anti-Blight Efforts Look To Business PropertiesThe survey found that more than 5,400 blighted properties were vacant commercial, civic and church properties.
Commission Approves 2.5 Percent Pay Hike For Detroit City Council MembersThe Detroit Elected Officials Compensation Commission unanimously approved the increases at a meeting Monday evening.
Residents Have Negative Reaction To Question Of Pay Raises For City Council MembersDetroit's regular council members earn just under $77,000 dollars per year.
Law Firm In Detroit's Bankruptcy Will Open Office In CityThe out-of-state law firm that guided Detroit through bankruptcy is opening an office in the city.
'No Particular Benchmarks' For Bonus Pay: DPS Emergency Manager Leaves With Another $50KThe total was the maximum amount outlined in the state-appointed emergency manager's contract.
Just Months Out Of Bankruptcy, Detroit Elected Officials Want A RaiseSome officials say they're overworked and underpaid -- and have been for quite some time.
Snyder: Group Close To Recommendations For Detroit StudentsWhen Early's 18-month tenure has expired DPS should be poised to return to local control.
Residents Express Concern, Need For Affordable Water Rates During Public MeetingDetroit Water Board members got an earful from the public over proposed rate increases.
Ex-Detroit Emergency Manager: Bankruptcy Only Start Of City's RecoveryThe city's successful exit from the largest municipal bankruptcy in U.S. history doesn't mean Detroit's troubles are over, Kevyn Orr says.
Detroit Institute Of Arts Reaches $100M Grand Bargain GoalThe Detroit Institute of Art has reached its goal of raising $100 million over 20 years to help fund the city's bankruptcy restructuring plan.
Detroit Tab For Bankruptcy Professionals: $170MThe bill for lawyers, consultants and other professionals in Detroit's historic bankruptcy is $170 million.
Metro Detroit's Top News Stories Of 2014; Pregnant Woman Killed On Lodge, Mob Beating, Mummified Body, And MoreSay what you will about Detroit, it's never boring.
Financial Help Available For Detroit Retirees Hit With Pension CutsGov. Rick Snyder reminds low-income Detroit pensioners that they have until the end of the year to apply for special assistance.