Author archive for Michigan Chronicle

  • City seeks consultant for planning effort in Warrendale-Cody Rouge neighborhood

    “Our planning in the Warrendale-Cody Rouge area will engage with long-time residents to identify ways to improve the neighborhood for…

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  • City update: What’s happening in ‘The D’ today

    What’s happening downtown?

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  • Michigan Land Bank approves sale of historic State Fairgrounds property to City of Detroit

    While the MLBFTA Board approved the sale, the transaction must also be approved by the Detroit City Council.

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  • Natural gas prices continue to fall for DTE gas customers

    “By April, rates will be approaching 20 percent below the cost of gas in March last year.”

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  • Black employees play major role in saving detainees

    “…It’s a system based on racism, segregation and genocide…. We’re here to change the system.”

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  • 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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