The former Detroit News editor gained a loyal following of reporters and editors who would do anything for him — because he did everything for us.
“Young man, we have no stones to cast at you. We hold you accountable for what was done, but we are here to love you back into a very promising career and future.”
“This is much more than simply gangs. It is a counterculture that has evolved for the past half century.”
This isn’t the 1967 riots. There’s no smoke or soot billowing into the air, but Detroit is still being looted by desperate people.
Detroit News Columnist Nolan Finley portrays Detroiters as fools who speak with one voice.
Columnist: Michigan Democratic Party deserves better leadership than Mark Brewer after Right-to-Work blunder
Seems like every time Brewer fails on a statewide level, he gets more job security. His failures are many.
These aren’t just any public meetings; they will drive the direction of the city’s future – and ultimately our lives.
The city council is being laughed off the stage by everyone. Mayor Dave Bing has made himself unapproachable. And now there’s former Police Chief Ralph Godbee.
Time goes on, people change. Places that you visited as a child don’t seem the same as an adult. I took my little sister through our old Detroit neighborhood the other day, so she could see how far it had fallen.
By Steve Neavling It’s safe to say Detroit has never seen a council president quite like Charles Pugh. The former TV reporter with no political experience swept into city hall in 2009, collecting more votes than any of his eight colleagues. Detroit’s first openly gay councilman pledged to restore faith in a council battered by […]