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New veterinary house call company opens in downtown Detroit

Pet owners across the city of Detroit and some of its suburbs can access a new service that improves access to veterinary care.

Third round of grant program seeks to give $2M to Detroit non-profits

The Kresge Foundation expects to award the grants to 15 to 20 nonprofit groups across the city, including at least one in each of Detroit's seven city council districts.

Traveling retail event with focus on socially-conscious businesses comes to Eastern Market

The Mercantile, which began September 25 in Nashville and ends December 4 in Los Angeles, makes the second of three stops at The Eastern events space in Detroit's Eastern Market.

'Impromptu performance space' to open along Dequindre Cut

The Campbell Memorial Terrace, an outdoor performance space located near the southern end of the Dequindre Cut, will officially be unveiled this Thursday, October 13.

Detroit green infrastructure mapping project kicks off

Detroit's environmental leaders are convening to map the city's green infrastructure—one project at a time.

Stretch of Brightmoor sidewalk to become interactive running track

A group from the University of Michigan has won a $40,000 grant to build an interactive play space called FitLight along a broken stretch of sidewalk in the Brightmoor neighborhood.

New digs for city dogs: Detroit Animal Care and Control moves to new and improved building

The new headquarters is being heralded as a dramatic improvement for DACC in a year that has already seen its fare share. 

Creative writing center 826michigan to open Eastern Market storefront

While the educational non-profit 826michigan has been working in Detroit for three years now, the writing and tutoring lab is planting its flag in the ground with a storefront location in the city's Eastern Market.

Media technology school to open in former police precinct building in Southwest Detroit

Detroit School of Digital Technology (DSDT), a post-secondary school focused on 21st century media technologies, is moving into the old Detroit Police Department Third Precinct building.

Two alley festivals to take place this Saturday in Midtown

Often an afterthought in most neighborhoods, the alley is kind of a special thing in Midtown. And both Dally in the Alley and The Green Alley Gathering will celebrate these between building mini-streets.

Motor City Match winner Mama Coo's opens in Corktown as Round 6 application window opens

A full year into its small business programming and Motor City Match is starting to see some brick-and-mortar results.

August development news round-up: Residential, residential, and more residential

Numerous, major residential developments have been announced in the last month. Check out the monthly development roundup to learn the details. 

Planet Ant turns to crowdfunding to complete redevelopment of old Hamtramck banquet hall

The Planet Ant Theater, which showcases Metro Detroit's longest running improv show, has acquired a banquet hall kitty corner from its black box theater on Caniff Street, and is in the process of transforming it into Planet Ant Hall.

Final Four local businesses compete for $50,000 grand prize

Votes have been cast and the totals have been tallied as the top ten contestants in the 2016 Comerica Hatch Detroit Contest have been whittled down to the final four.
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