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  • City of Detroit Reaches Out to Residential Contractors

    As the number of building permits rise, skilled workers are needed for rehab programs.

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  • Warren Evans Advocates for Transit: “It’s My Obligation as a Leader” [TRANSCRIPT]

    This will never be a consensus issue. Some people will vote for it and some people will vote against it.

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  • Are Two New Detroit River Bridges One Too Many?

    Operators Association says there may not be enough traffic for two bridges

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  • Mobility Options Scoot Through the Auto Show [VIDEO]

    Tech company develops personal electric scooter for people who don’t want to drive really short distances.

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  • Can CBAs guarantee big development projects benefit everyday people?

    Castañeda-Lopez supported the first proposal, which did not pass.

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  • You Are Guaranteed The Right to Public Records — But How Easy Is It Actually to Get Them?

    …how well local governments in southeast Michigan are presenting information about the Freedom of Information Act

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  • Buckle Up: 2018 Shaping Up To Be Huge Year for Michigan Politics

    he entire state House and most of the state Senate will be on ballots across the state.

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  • StoryCorps Detroit: “It seems like fewer of us make it now.”

    A Detroiter who lived not far from 12th and Clairmount in 1967 recalls fire, bullet holes and giving pop to…

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  • Michigan Governor Sets Special Elections to Replace Conyers

    Michigan to hold special elections on days already set for 2018 primary, general voting to fill seat vacated by Conyers.

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  • “People Were Scared of Him…He Owns You” Former Conyers Aide, Accuser Tells Detroit Today

    “It’s ownership. He owns you when you’re there.”

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