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What will it take to make Detroit a "baby friendly" city?
Monday, April 17, 2017
Detroit's babies are the city's future. That's why health systems, state and local governments, and citizen organizations are standing together to make Detroit the very best place to have a baby.
Local elected officials of color on race and politics in the age of Trump, part 3
Friday, March 10, 2017
The concluding installment of our Politicians of Color series features a variety of local elected officials, ranging from Washtenaw County commissioner Alicia Ping to Detroit district court judge Larry Williams.
Q&A: Winona Bynum of the Detroit Food Policy Council on upcoming conference, equity in food
Monday, February 27, 2017
Detroit Food 2017: Come Together takes place March 9 and 10 and will feature speakers and panels discussing how the food economy relates to issues of equity, health, policy, and more.
Local elected officials of color on race and politics in the age of Trump, part 2: City Council
Saturday, February 25, 2017
City council members of color from Ypsilanti, Detroit, and Pontiac weigh in on tackling a volatile political climate and how public perceptions have affected their careers.
Local elected officials of color on race and politics in the age of Trump, part 1: State Reps
Monday, February 13, 2017
State representatives of color from Ann Arbor, Dearborn, and Detroit weigh in on tackling a volatile political climate and how public perceptions have affected their careers.
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Historic building preservation and restoration open house scheduled at Hug Factory in Eastern Market
Q&A: WSU's Carol Miller on the interplay between green and gray infrastructure
Small business contest seeks applicants for $50,000 award
Motor City Match seeks business and commercial property owners for third round of grants
February development news round-up: Breweries, apartments, vacant lots, and more
2016 will be a year of big improvements to Detroit's cycling infrastructure
Fighting tax foreclosure, Recovery Park, and more: October development news round-up
Massive I-94 modernization efforts to limit residential and commercial displacement, officials say
New documentary film follows struggle for community benefits agreement in Delray
A leery public joins public officials to question $200M State Fairgrounds redevelopment plans
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New pilot program could rewrite zoning codes for the better
Source: The Detroit News
Detroit Free Press strongly denounces county executives' efforts to derail regional transit
Source: Detroit Free Press
Cleveland's bus rapid transit system could be a model for Detroit
Source: Detroit Free Press
Emerging leaders convene to talk #solutionsjournalism
The insidious setback to recovery in Detroit's neighborhoods
Source: Next City
Washington Post examines 'unconventional' fixes for Detroit's unconventional housing market
Source: Washington Post
Parking enforcement ramps up this week
Source: Detroit News
Sick of potholes, Hamtramckans take to the streets with shovels and cold patch
Source: MLive Detroit
Can Greece learn from Detroit's example?
What if metro Detroit public officials strictly rode transit for three weeks straight?
Source: KRON 4
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