UPDATE: DDOT Service Will Resume WednesdayThe city of Detroit announced Tuesday afternoon the Detroit Department of Transportation service would resume at 3 a.m. Wednesday with extra precautions to protect bus drivers.
Gov. Whitmer, Mayor Duggan And Detroit Leaders Announce Going PRO CampaignGoing PRO in Michigan is a new public-private partnership that is one of the nation’s most ambitious statewide education and awareness campaigns to help employers across the state fill an estimated 545,000 skilled-labor jobs coming open through 2026.
Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan To Receive Behind-The-Scenes Auto Show TourMayor Mike Duggan is scheduled to receive a behind-the-scenes tour of the show floor construction for the 2019 North American International Auto Show at Cobo Center in downtown Detroit.
Duggan Names Nominee For Detroit Corporation Counsel JobMayor Mike Duggan says he plans to nominate attorney Lawrence Garcia as Detroit's next corporation counsel.
Detroit Names 26-Mile Greenway Trail After Joe LouisThe trail will extend throughout Detroit neighborhoods and touch parts of Highland Park, Ferndale, Dearborn and Hamtramck.
Dan Gilbert Says Detroit Has Advantages In Amazon HQ Bid"We feel like we have a lot of advantages. One of them is we're proposing international headquarters on the border of two North American countries."
Redevelopment Of Detroit Vacant Catholic School Into Housing AnnouncedMayor Mike Duggan announced today that through a partnership between the city, the Archdiocese of Detroit, and developers, the vacant Catholic school - Transfiguration Academy - will be turned into 23 residential units.
Renovation Begins For Detroit's Longest Standing Abandoned BuildingThe $32 million renovation of the Metropolitan will include 110 extended stay hotel rooms, a restaurant and retail stores. It will be completed in the fall of 2018.
More Than 8,000 To Participate In Grow Detroit's Young Talent Program530 employers are participating in the program this summer. The program lasts six weeks with children ranging from 12 to 24 years old.
Detroit Opens Up Summer Jobs Programs For Young Residents, Paying $1,700 for 6 WeeksThe hope is that the summer jobs turn into long-term jobs, and valuable skills.
Redevelopment Of Capitol Park Buildings Highlights JPMorgan's Investment In Detroit (Video)The renovation of two historic buildings in downtown Detroit highlight the first anniversary of JPMorgan Chase's five-year, $100 million commitment to the city.
Detroit Police Department Launches Smart Phone App To Connect With ResidentsThe Detroit Police Department worked with Detroit Labs to develop an interactive smart phone app that will provide information, contact numbers and anonymous tip reporting options.
Duggan Uses Door-To-Door Campaign To Gain Neighborhood Support For Angel's NightDetroit Mayor Mike Duggan pounded the pavement on the East Side Saturday morning to try to drum up volunteers for the annual Angel's Night campaign.
Medical Emergency Leaves Ailing Reporter Waiting At City Hall 25 Minutes For AmbulanceVeteran reporter Darren Nichols was suffering stroke-like symptoms in the press room ...
Detroit Gets High Flying Feature in Delta Air Lines MagazineDelta Air Lines in-flight magazine prominently features a number of stories about the resurgence of the city of Detroit in this month's issue.