The state is pushing forward with a contract to renew the annual Grand Prix at Belle Isle over concerns about the impact on the environment and recreation.
Transparency remains elusive at the state-controlled Belle Isle.
The state and city can’t agree on who’s responsible for a water main break that forced the closure of a popular restroom used by thousands of people during the fireworks.
The state has fueled the decline by reducing funding, closing schools and allowing nearly 100 charter schools to open.
Snyder promised to release e-mails related to the Flint water crisis this morning but has failed to deliver.
State lawmakers are calling for an “immediate investigation” after the Motor City Muckraker revealed that Dillon landed a job with the bankruptcy consultant.
Approval of the plan prompted outrage in the small audience as security removed some shouting residents.
“For these personal and professional reasons, I have determined it is in the best interests of all that I resign,” Dillon wrote to Gov. Snyder.
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.
Former State Rep. Lisa Howze expected the inevitable accusations and knee-jerk conspiracy theories.