A home in Detroit owned by former State Rep. Sherry Gay-Dagnogo was demolished. And no one knows why.
Mayor Mike Duggan made the appeal for removal of all blight citywide by 2025.
Officials say there was no health risk, but residents of Southwest Detroit are concerned.
"Zoning Analytic" is the first major document released by the Planning Commission as part of the city’s rezoning process.
The pedestrian-only space downtown will have more landscaping, plus playground equipment, a stage, and other upgrades.
TCF Bank bought the naming rights earlier this year for $33 million.
The Quicken Loans founder was recovering from a stroke suffered in May.
For the first time in years it seems like there’s hope for greater cooperation in metro Detroit. But that optimism might not be warranted.
The world’s largest one-day car event rolls down Woodward Avenue on Saturday, August 17.
Demolition started Monday on the Cass Corridor building, which caught fire in July.
Patterson, who held the office for 26 years, was known for his pro-business policies and criticisms of Detroit.
The Bedrock and Quicken Loans founder made his most public appearance to date since suffering a stroke in May.
The Southeast Michigan transit agencies will buy six buses and build charging infrastructure.
Open Checkbook Detroit is meant to encourage "greater municipal transparency."
How to watch, who’s on stage, and what to expect.
A new ordinance calls for total elimination of greenhouse gas emissions from city sources by 2050.
The downtown gathering space has been saved.
Here’s what’s happened since Sanford Nelson starting buying property in 2017.
Will it be on the 2020 ballot?
Historically high water levels, lack of adequate seawalls, and the city’s combined sewer system have created a crisis in the east side neighborhood
Many have expressed concerns over racial bias, invasion of with the city’s surveillance program, Project Green Light.
The Sustainability Action Agenda has 43 action items, including expanding the city’s recycling program.
That includes replacing all lead service lines to homes.
The university is shutting down the building’s air conditioning for several days to remediate the issue.
The project will help residents transition from temporary shelter to permanent supportive housing.
Does it go too far?
The bill includes mandatory rate reductions for the next eight years
The fee would go from $45 to $22.50 for Detroit residents if paid within five days.
The market’s nonprofit manager is taking steps to retain the district’s core identity