What’s happening at the Corner now is arguably illegal and inarguably a national embarrassment.
This week, city officials helped as PAL tried to keep Corktown in the dark about its plans for parking at its new youth stadium and headquarters.
As bulldozers tore up the historic field at Michigan and Trumbull this week, yet another lie was uncovered about the Police Athletic League’s plans for the site.
D-Day for historic Navin Field is June 6.
The historic Tiger Stadium site has become an abandoned lot where sketchy activity is shielded from view.
For the past six years, thousands of fans have flocked to the site of former Tiger Stadium, where the historic baseball field was maintained by a dedicated group of volunteers. The era has come to an end.
Police found a badly bruised body on the field at the former Tiger Stadium site this morning.
The controversial quest to carpet the former Tiger Stadium field with artificial turf may have reached a new low.
There’s a way the Detroit Police Athletic League can have the program it wants at the site of the old Tiger Stadium without creating so much antagonism with its bullheaded plan to cover up the historic field with artificial turf.
When the power structure in Detroit closes ranks, reporters are expected to keep quiet and toe the line.