"We’re concerned, however, with the lack of what we view as a lack of transparency from the city," said Judy Krietsch. "We’ve heard various explanations from you: tree roots, everything worked fine, it was just too much rain in a short time."
“DWSD takes in nearly half of a billion dollars in water and sewer fees annually, yet aging water and sewer lines under their purview regularly fail, devastating anything and everything caught in the path of these floodwaters,” said Paul Doherty, attorney at Ven Johnson Law.
"I was on a phone call before coming here, with FEMA, to find out what resources can come into our communities to aid the residents," Lawrence said.
Sean McCarroll, a well-liked teacher spoke up during the Grosse Pointe School Board meeting to discuss a new COVID policy, saying the policy was putting teachers and students alike at risk. He resigned and is now getting support from other teachers - who called out sick on Wednesday.
A Wayne County woman has been playing the same numbers every week in the lottery for years. It finally hit in late March.
In a statement from the hospital's CEO, John Fox called the rising numbers "very troubling and alarming." and pleaded with everyone to work together. "We cannot do this alone. We need everyone’s help immediately.”
Todd Perkins says this letter came in the mail last week. In it was an apparent jab at the Black Lives Matter slogan and a poem from the early 20th century rife with racial slurs.
When artist Michelle Boggess-Nunley unrolls her maze, she’s reminded of the 3 months of hard work it took to break a world record. But, this isn’t just about getting recognized by Guinness.
Ferguson says the fire started in the garage at the end of last month. it then quickly tore through the kitchen and left the home with severe smoke and water damage.
A church in Grosse Pointe is paying tribute to those who have lost their lives to COVID-19 in Michigan with thousands of white flags on display.
Beaumont Hospitals is reinstating its COVID-19 visitation restrictions at three hospitals as cases in Michigan continue to climb.
This protest effort emerged from a Facebook group put in motion after the superintendent for Grosse Pointe Public Schools announced the school district will start the year with remote learning only, offering a plan to reintroduce students to in-person learning when appropriate.
The noose was immediately turned over to Grosse Pointe Public Safety for investigation.
After severe storms rolled through southeastern Michigan, some residential pockets suffered down trees, power outages and plenty of clean up.
The sacred gun play was on target for practicing social distancing and limiting contact to stem the spread of COVID-19.
And so began the Curtsy Challenge - part workout - part fundraiser - benefitting the front lines.
The woman, who wished to remain anonymous, says her grandfather is at the Wayne Beaumont hospital. Nurses informed her family that he was dying from the novel coronavirus.
When Grosse Pointe basketball coach Bob Zaranek went down in the middle of a game, a team of people worked to save his life.
After the Great Lakes broke record high levels in 2019, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is anticipating another record-breaking year in 2020. Michigan cities that struggled to mitigate the damage last year are finding it difficult to prepare for the same conditions this year.
The school district claims Steven Saigh has an explosive temper and short fuse - and was seen carrying a concealed pistol at a football game.