You Are Here: Home » Detroit (Page 24)

Food policies at work in Detroit

Researchers at Harvard School of Public Health have found healthy diets rich in fruits and vegetables cost an average of $1.50 more per day than unhealthy diets that consist primarily of processed foods and refined grains. This trend is easy to see in many Detroit communities where food stores often lack the resources to stock healthier food options, or perceive that residents in the communities where they ...

Read more

Hundreds protest EM’s plan

City retiree Amru Meah and his wife Marlisa were among hundreds of demonstrators at the Federal Court in Detroit, April 1 to file and voice objections to Emergency Manger Kevyn Orr’s Plan of Adjustment. The Meahs joined the demonstration outside the courthouse led by grassroots organizations Detroiters Resisting Emergency Management (D-REM) and Moratorium NOW! Coalition to protest Orr’s restructuring plan f ...

Read more

Missing girl: Tamara Harris

Tamara Harris, 17, was last seen by her DHS worker in the 5500 block of Conner on the morning of Friday, March 3, 2014 at approximately 8:25 a.m. Tamara is five-foot, one-inch, weighs 115 lbs., and has black hair, brown eyes and medium brown complexion. She was last seen wearing black pants, a gray shirt and a black velvet jacket. She has tattoos on her chest, arm, wrist, leg and foot. Tamara has a good men ...

Read more

ORR’S CUTS DEVASTATE RETIREES

Belinda Meyers-Florence worked for the city of Detroit for 35 years. A licensed social worker with a master’s degree from Wayne State University, Meyers-Florence spent much of her tenure with the city fighting the spread of HIV/AIDS, treating drug addicts, and helping struggling and jobless Detroiters use federally-funded grants to keep their heat on during Michigan’s harsh winters. Detroit Emergency Manage ...

Read more

Cost of state’s $9M theft from HP: Street lights and water plant

Over the last decade, the state of Michigan withheld $8.9 million in revenue sharing funds from the city of Highland Park. The state used the money to balance its own budget, according to a recent Michigan Municipal League report. Now Highland Park is fighting off the fourth state takeover in the last decade; struggling to provide basic city services; and currently amending a tightly stretched budget. ...

Read more

Detroit Raw

The Democrats have their own Crimea, a.k.a. Detroit. The Dem invasion is underway. The Dem mantra is: “We must get rid of Snyder.” It is hard to disagree with that. Yet, such a ding bat assertion begs the issue. What do “we” replace Snyder with? Oh, anyone but Snyder? Cowering in the ring is Schauer. Not exactly a crowd pleaser, but Mark is the anointed one. Democratic Party democracy dredges up memories of ...

Read more

Crime summary

On March 20 at approximately 12:50 p.m. in the 14800 block of Marlowe, narcotics crews conducted a raid. Officers arrested one suspect and recovered five packs of heroin, four bags of cocaine and other narcotic paraphernalia. The suspect was taken to the Detroit Detention Center for processing without incident. ...

Read more

© 2012 The Michigan Citizen All Rights Reserved | Terms & Conditions | Privacy Policy

Scroll to top