Author archive for Bridge Magazine

  • As mass transit talks slow, will Wayne, Washtenaw counties go it alone?

    The scenario would be a huge blow to advocates who have lobbied for mass transit for 50 years.

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  • Detroit council isn’t a stooge for Mayor Mike Duggan, its president says

    In years past, the nine-member panel was known for its insults and sometimes raucous meetings.

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  • Facing deportation, he needs a miracle. A Detroit church may provide one.

    …but stepping outside the church – even to go to the hospital – could get Rranxburgaj deported.

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  • Getting away with arson just got easier in Michigan, fire officials fear

    …a decades-old nonprofit that paid rewards for information leading to arrests in arsons is defunct.

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  • What gentrification? Much of Detroit is getting worse.

    I will cautiously say it’s limited. There are far more neighborhoods that are declining than are gentrifying.

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  • Digital distress: Affordable Internet an equity issue in Michigan

    It’s not just Detroit. Access to broadband increasingly is both a rural and urban problem.

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  • A lawsuit and recount threats. Yes, it’s Detroit post-election season.

    “…At the end of election day, some will be happy and others will not,”

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  • Detroit election issues (surprise!) could prompt recount

    Gilchrist was up comfortably all night before a late-surge…

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  • Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan wins big. But does he have a mandate?

    Few surprises in Detroit, Flint and other cities. Here are takeaways from Tuesday’s elections.

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  • They grew up in the United States. They’re finding a better life abroad.

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