Bankole Thompson, one of the leading voices on racial and political issues in Detroit, has resigned as senior editor of the Michigan Chronicle.
A developer plans to spend $50 million renovating the Brewster-Wheeler Recreation Center.
Grosse Pointe Park has agreed to remove a controversial farmer’s market that blocked off the border of Detroit this summer under a potentially landmark agreement between the two disparate communities.
Offended Twitter users mocked the Associated Press with the hashtag “#APHeadlines.”
The former Wayne County sheriff is trying to unseat Executive Robert Ficano.
Grosse Pointe Park’s decision to block a popular road at the border of Detroit with a farmer’s market may be a costly one.
On this day 47 years ago, Detroit police raided a blind pig, precipitating a riot that spread across the city and killed 43 people, mostly black.
It is the fourth such barrier that Grosse Pointe Park has erected that prevents Detroit traffic from entering the predominately white community.
“Only realizing now that none of those businesses were black-owned and I deeply regret the omission!” the reporter tweeted.
The new father is undergoing surgery today after he said three men severely beat him while shouting racial epithets following a car crash on Detroit’s east side.