Author archive for Michigan Chronicle

  • Wayne County joins Welcoming Michigan reaffirms commitment to diversity; recognizes immigrants

    “When you look across all 43 communities, Wayne County is really the face of America and we are very proud…

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  • Greektown district announced as first Green Light Corridor

    There are now 247 Project Green Light partners, ranging from gas stations, to restaurants, party stores, apartment buildings, car washes…

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  • Flex-N-Gate Detroit to hire hundreds at new $160M manufacturing plant

    Detroiters have worked nearly 12,000 hours so far…

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  • SMART offers free rides on new FAST bus service to Metro

    SMART is offering FREE RIDES exclusively on the FAST routes for the first two weeks of January.

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  • Chronicle senior editor says farewell

    And that’s about it, I guess. I’ll be seeing you around.

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  • Ford Returns Home to Look Forward; Bringing Self-Driving and Electric Vehicle Teams to Detroit

    The Factory – a recently refurbished industrial complex with a rich 110-year history

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  • Unfinished Gratiot jail site no longer an option for new jail

    Wayne County announced that it does not intend to complete the unfinished jail at Gratiot.

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  • Council approves brownfield tax credits for new downtown Detroit condo highrise

    Detroit’s First Free-standing High Rise Development built in more than Two Decades

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  • Can you put that jail somewhere else?

    … hardly anyone wants a jail to be built in their back yard.

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  • The long, winding road of Jeffrey Johnson, one man who refused to play the plea bargaining game

    Pleading guilty even when you’re not; is that justice?

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