Michigan Supreme Court: Detroiters Can Vote On City ConstitutionThe Michigan Supreme Court cleared the way Thursday, July 29, for a vote next week on major changes to Detroit's constitution that critics claim could ruin the city's delicate finances.
Mayor Duggan To Address Detroiters July 12 About Importance Of Child Tax CreditThe mayor is expected to walk Detroiters through the process of knowing what they are eligible for and how to claim it.
COVID-19 Vaccine Pop-Up Clinic In Detroit TuesdayA COVID-19 vaccination pop-up clinic will be held in Detroit on Tuesday.
Detroiters Urged To Apply For Expungement Assistance Before New Law Takes Effect April 11Mayor Mike Duggan is encouraging all eligible Detroiters to begin the application process now so they have everything in order when the court considers new expungement requests in April.
Detroit Expands COVID-19 Vaccine Eligibility To Residents 65 And UpDetroit Mayor Mike Duggan announced Thursday any Detroit resident age 65 or older can call to schedule an appointment to receive the COVID-19 vaccine at the TCF Center.
Remembering Detroiters We Lost To COVID-19The COVID-19 coronavirus is affecting the world and leaving pain right here in Detroit.
City Urges Eligible Detroiters To Apply For Homeowner Property Tax Exemption Program By Dec. 9 DeadlineThe city of Detroit is encouraging residents who may be eligible for a poverty tax exemption to apply before this year’s deadline on Monday, December 9.
Report: More Detroiters Employed In July Than At Any Other Month In The Past DecadeJuly saw the largest number of employed Detroiters this decade according to July employment statistics released by the US Bureau of Labor Statistics.
Comedy Central Paying Tabs At Local Bars For 'Detroiters' PremiereFree beer -- need we say more?
Poor Make Do As Detroit Struggles To Stay AfloatMore than 200,000 Detroit residents living below the poverty level struggle every day to avoid their own personal fiscal cliffs. When you grow up poor in Detroit, strategies must be developed to survive.
Detroit Residents' Stress Still Higher Than HealthyThe economy and work are significant causes of stress for residents of the Detroit metropolitan area, and stress in Detroit is still higher than considered healthy, according to a survey released by the American Psychological Association.
Detroiters React To State Of City AddressWWJ City Beat Reporter Vickie Thomas took an informal survey the morning after Bing delivered his address live from Orchestra Hall.