The city plans to spend $34 million over the next six years to fix its flooding problems.
Aaron Dworkin cuts short his tenure at SMTD
Mayor Taylor would rather call us "welcoming."
On May 2, the AAPS will ask voters to extend and expand the schools' sinking fund.
The U-M in Detroit
The Trump revolution is opening doors for the conservative congressman.
"Almost half the department can leave in the next five years."
Tweeting city council
It's decision time for the Library Lot.
A threat misfires at the JCC
Electronic health records have doctors working overtime.
The messy aftermath of Trump's immigration order
"I've seen it time and time again," says former state rep Jeff Irwin.
"I was feeling south of morose and north of suicidal," says Andy Thomas.
The city wants downtown parking to generate an extra $3.7 million a year.
Plans to repeal Obamacare threaten the U-M Health System. But the hospitals have a hidden lifeline.
As she departs for California, Sabra Briere considers the state of our town.
What happened to the city's NuView software?
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