Biden goes to sell his latest infrastructure planPresident Joe Biden recently hit the road to sell his infrastructure plan, but Republicans in Congress have concerns.
Whitmer breaks new ground at TechSmith’s new international headquarters in East LansingGov. Gretchen Whitmer opened the headquarters of TechSmith in East Lansing on Tuesday, a leading software company that will create up to 50 jobs and save up to 275 jobs.
New changes to Michigan auto insurance will begin on July 1, 2021.Michigan auto insurance changes will take effect on July 1, 2021. Policyholders will have more coverage options.
Charles H. Wright Museum temporarily closed due to floodingThe Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History is temporarily closed due to flood damage.
Detroit resident worried about the remnants of the floodParis Patterson says that after the water spilled out, an unknown, dirty sediment remained on the walls and floor of the basement.
John Shippen’s Invitation from Rocket Mortgage Showcases Black Professional and Amateur GolfersJohn Shippen’s invitation to golf brought black golfers from all over the county to Detroit for a two-day event to kick off the Detroit Rocket Mortgage Classic.
Honda is changing course to build its own electric vehiclesAlthough General Motors will build the first two all-electric Honda vehicles for North America, the Japanese automaker plans to change course and build its own later this decade.
Vice President Kamala Harris’ trip to Detroit postponedVice President Kamala Harris plans to visit Detroit at a later date.
Officials hope record rain will benefit FEMAThis is the second major flood in Gov. Gretchen Whitmer’s administration, and she says she wants to work on a long-term infrastructure plan to prevent that from happening in the future.
Detroit Weekend Flooding: Here’s What Affected Residents Can DoSeven inches of rain fell on Friday and Saturday mornings, causing severe flooding on the Detroit subway. If you’ve been hit by a flood, here’s what you can do.
Hudson site update: block construction takes shape with arrival, installation of steel structureBedrock Detroit and Barton Malow announced that structural steel had arrived at the Hudson site and assembly began on Thursday, June 24.
Beaumont Royal Oak Hospital Conducts Free Heart Exams for Teens June 2616-year-old Angelina Maruskin from Milford is a competitive dancer who contracted COVID-19 in November 2020. When she returned to dancing a couple of weeks later, she said, things were different.
Rory Gamble, who led the UAW through scandal and pandemic, resignsRory Gamble, a former Ford Motor Co. worker who ran United Auto Workers during one of the most turbulent times in its history, retires on June 30 after almost half a century of union membership.
Woman finds 95-year-old message in a bottle in MichiganBoat captain Jennifer Dowker does shipwreck tours all summer, so she knows there are all sorts of secrets lurking beneath the surface of Michigan’s waterways, but she was still shocked to find a message in a bottle written in 1926.
ACLU Sues Michigan Police, Claims Racial Profiling, Detention of Black Drivers MoreMichigan State Police are facing a new lawsuit from the American Civil Liberties Union, which claims soldiers disproportionately detain black drivers.
DPD launches Operation Restore Order in response to urban violenceThe shootings in Detroit have spiraled out of control lately, and Chieftain James White is taking serious action to combat the violence.
Buddy’s Pizza Celebrates 75th Anniversary With Donations To Detroit ZooPopular in Detroit, Buddy’s Pizza is celebrating its 75th anniversary with a specialty pizza. It’s not for humans this time.
Celebrating July 4th: here’s a list of fireworks that take place on the Detroit subwayFourth of July is just around the corner, and many Metro Detroit residents are already planning big celebrations this year as covid restrictions have been lifted.
Moderna boosts production of COVID-19 vaccine and promises to deliver 3 billion doses by 2022According to the Wall Street Journal, Moderna is adding two new production lines to the COVID-19 vaccine plant. This is part of a plan to increase production by 50 percent.
Health officials confirm 25 delta COVID-19 cases in MichiganThere are renewed concerns about the growing number of COVID cases associated with the Delta variant. Michigan confirms that as of Monday, there are currently at least 25 cases of the strain from India. Two cases have been confirmed in Wayne and Oakland counties.
Our Clean Michigan Summer Returns – Whitmer Formally Announces Masks, Some COVID Restrictions RemovedIt’s official, the mandate to use masks and most of the COVID restrictions have now been lifted in Michigan. “In fact today there is no more mask or collection order, effectively today there are no more restrictions on indoor or outdoor capacity, effectively today our clean Michigan summer is back and we can make it happen,” Governor Whitmer said during a press conference in Detroit during Tuesday. Governor Whitmer was joined by Lieutenant Governor Gilchrist, Dr. Joni Haldun, and Mayor Duggan at the Isle of Bell press conference. While the announcement of the state’s reopening was cause for celebration, the foreground was the idea of remembering those we lost to the pandemic.
Judge Greg Mathis to Build New Community Center and Affordable Housing in Detroit’s WestsideDetroit Judge Greg Mathis announces that he will demolish his 20-year-old community center and build a new 7,000 sq. Ft. And will also add affordable housing. Both are located at Greenfield and 7 miles.