13 Detroit Businesses Divvy Up $500,000 from Motor City Match
"We are creating a new culture of entrepreneurism," Detroit's mayor says. A Creole restaurant, fitness center and skin care spa are among grant recipients.
Cops' Daughter Acquitted in Shooting; Lawyer Calls Police Tactics 'Outrageous'
"In 40 years, it was the most outrageous interrogation I've ever seen," defense attorney Henry Scharg said of the Livonia police investigators.
New Poutine Spot in Ann Arbor Will Have a Bar with the Most Canadian Name Ever
A Toronto-based chain, Smoke's Poutinerie, tops fries with beef, hot dogs, chicken, cheeseteak, chili and jalapenos. Hangover Poutine has scrambled eggs, bacon and maple syrup.
Sushi Restaurant Owners Charged with Tax Fraud, Using 'Zapper' to Hide Income
Investigators say the Changs allegedly embezzled over $170,000 in sales tax receipts, and failed to disclose more than $2.5 million in sales.
Like Other Big Cities, Detroit Finally Gets Blow Dry Bars Downtown
In other major cities it’s easy for women to slide into a blow-dry bar with hair a frizzy mess and leave an hour later with glamorous locks, writes Stephanie Steinberg of The News.
Orson Welles' Daughter Donates Thousands of Dad's Items to UM Collection
Some of the new items in the Orson Welles collection include personal correspondence and scripts.
June Parole Hearing Set for Richard Wershe Jr.
Even if released, Wershe might have to serve at least part of a five-year sentence in Florida for a guilty plea in a car theft ring.
On Tap: Founder's Brewing Today Confirms a Midtown Detroit Taproom -- Crain's
A Tuesday media briefing apparently will announce the 20-year-old craft brewer's first taproom outside Grand Rapids, where it began in 1997.
FBI Raids Redford Cop's Home in Canton
FBI agents left with boxes, a computer, bags of evidence and a safe.
Detroit 'Seems to Be Doing Everything Right' -- Windsor Columnist, Listing 6 Examples
Colorful upgrades turn The Belt alley next to the Z Garage downtown into "a destination for parties, art shows, photo shoots," notes Anne Jarvis of The Windsor Star.
New Macomb Clerk Claims Her Residence Is Home Where Water Hasn't Run in Years
Karen Spranger listed the house on Hudson as place of residence when she filed for election. But questions arise.
New Luxury Condos at Former School in West Village Will Cost $275,00-$470,000
This "is not going to be the typical conversion of a historic building into lofts," the developer says.