On Monday, Gretchen Whitmer signed the Pay as you Stay bill, which eliminates fees, penalties, and interest on back taxes for more than 30,000 residents of Wayne County.
The founder of the Detroit Anti Slavery society and its first president was Shubael Conant. Conant is also attributed to cultivating one of several prosperous historically black neighborhoods in Detroit.
Michigan and Detroit are receiving tens of millions of dollars from the Department of Housing and Urban Development in an effort to end homelessness in Detroit.
A program offered by the city could help residents with their bills.
Teaming up with the nonprofit Life Remodeled, Wallside Windows is donating new energy-efficient windows to 15 Detroit homeowners
The historic Elmwood Plaza building just opened under a new name, the City Club Apartments Lafayette Park. Opening on Thursday, it will offer a scenic new view of the Riverfront and Canada - and include affordable units in 20 percent of the structure.
A Detroit woman added one of the finishing touches to her home only days before Christmas arrived after the Detroit Land Bank donated a 5,000 dollar grant for a new furnace.
After living in separate cities and states, two Detroit sisters have moved back to their childhood home to restore their neighborhood. They are restoring the Canfield neighborhood on Detroit's east side.
Police in Ventura are urging residents to say "no" to panhandlers.
Quentin Hines, a former NFL player has returned to his roots in an effort to transform Detroit. With his nonprofit Reform Detroit, he's making that change happen one home at a time.
A week before Thanksgiving, Robert Davis and his kids have lost the family's mom to a battle with cancer that extends back to the summer. Already struggling with finding a permanent place to live and consistent work, Kristine Davis finally succumbed to her cancer. Her family is now preparing a memorial service for her.
Before you head out and pick a real Christmas tree, here are some tips on how to keep the bugs that may be living inside it out of your house.
A Detroit veteran of the Navy and the Army was in desperate need of help with his home. All it took was a Facebook post answering the call for help.