It’s not just Detroit. Access to broadband increasingly is both a rural and urban problem.
Detroit’s partial recount of the November 7 general election is over.
Michigan to hold special elections on days already set for 2018 primary, general voting to fill seat vacated by Conyers.
This very southernmost tip of Detroit is called 48217, the most polluted zip code in the state.
Last year, only 9.9 percent of third-graders passed the state English Language Arts exam.
“We’ve got sixth graders at a third-grade level,” Woods said. “We need to take it up a notch.”
Wayne County announced that it does not intend to complete the unfinished jail at Gratiot.
“We needed to make sure we had enough teachers because that’s a huge thing for students when they come back…”
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