Detroit’s daily newspapers face another round of staff cuts; state Republicans weaken minimum wage increase and paid sick leave initiatives; and Carmack to dismiss lawsuit against Detroit and Duggan.
The Art Deco high-rise that housed Michigan’s most storied newspaper for 73 years.
Henderson’s commentary was compassionate and insightful but held no punches when it came to calling out inadequate leadership in the city where he grew up.
Both newspapers have lost so many journalists over the past decade that large areas of their newsrooms are bare.
George will work primarily as a music critic for the newspaper.
The latest layoffs come just three days after colleagues said goodbye to two esteemed reporters at a going-away party.
“I needed some time to recover from this situation that hit me like a tsunami,” Pugh told the Free Press.
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The photojournalist was left alone with a crime suspect.
Overlooking Belle Isle and the Detroit River, “the location is unrivaled in scenic beauty by any other apartment hotel in the world,” the Whittier boasted in the 1920s.