Detroit’s Kronk Gym, the storied and world-renowned boxing powerhouse that produced more than 30 world champions, most notably Tommy Hearns, is being demolished today after it was gutted by two suspicious fires in the past year.
Penske Corp. President Bud Denker said the annual race is “not sustainable” on Belle Isle.
Kronk Gym was a world-renowned boxing powerhouse in Detroit that produced more than 30 world champions, most notably Tommy Hearns.
The state police boss is hanging onto her job – for now – after an insult-laced tirade against predominately black NFL players kneeling during the national anthem.
Race opponents dominated two hours of comments with impassioned statements about how the beloved park should not remain a billionaire’s private racetrack.
Some white nationalists, chanting “blood and soil,” carried shields emblazoned with the Red Wings logo during a large rally in Virginia.
A federal lawsuit claims Mayor Duggan conspired with the school board to deprive residents of the right to vote on whether billionaire Pistons owner Tom Gores should receive more than $55 million in public financing.
Coleman Young Jr. said the relationship between his late father and Mike Ilitch built “the blueprint for Detroit’s future.”
Without public discourse, city council voted 7-2 to dish out $34.5 million to the Pistons.
Before voting publicly on giving $34.5 million to billionaire Tom Gores, council members already assured the Pistons team owner they would get the money – a violation of state law.