This Infamous Spitter Banned from Selling at Eastern Market
"I take full responsibility for my actions, and want to convey regret for my gross and despicable behavior," Robert Stanzler says.
Scores of Squatters Occupy Homes Owned by Detroit Land Bank
Many squatters were the homeowners and stayed after foreclosure. Others simply broke in and stayed, the Free Press reports.
Video: The Wild West (Side of Detroit), Where Coyotes Roam
"They will go into your yard, your garbage, they are everywhere," says resident Mark Carter.
Why Mudgie's in Corktown Brings a Ton -- Literally -- of Lobster from Maine
Last year, Mudgie's went through 1,600 pounds of the crustacean for its annual lobster week.
Jack Lessenberry Sexually Harassed Students, Wayne State Inquiry Finds
An undisclosed number of students were "mistreated by Mr. Lessenberry," a Detroit harassment lawyer's two-month inquiry finds.
Restaurant Owners to Freep Critic: Eat My Shorts
Is this crow, humble pie or best served cold? We get confused.
Gallery: A Groundbreaking Ceremony for a Bridge to Somewhere -- Detroit-Windsor
"Some may find it paradoxical that a Trump ambassador is here to break grouund for a bridge, rather than, say making a wall," says U.S. Ambassador Kelly Craft.
Video of Scuffle at Downtown Detroit Taco Joint Goes Viral
A man is confronted about cutting in line, but doesn't budge.
Benefits Outweigh Downside of Belle Isle Grand Prix, Nolan Finley Writes
"The Grand Prix has brought $13 million in investment. . . . Even more valuable is the terrific national exposure the race brings to Detroit."
Empire Restaurant Owner Is 'Taken Aback' by Freep's 'Brutal' Review
Freep critic Mark Kurlyandchik characterized the Brush Park spot as a "paint-by-numbers restaurant concept" and basically trashed the food.
Guest Column: 'There Has to Be a Better Way' to Serve Detroit Renters -- Greg Mudge
"The city should find a better way to take care of those who were here and loyal to Detroit when no one else seemed to care," writes the owner of Mudgie's in Corktown.
'Not Cool:' A Detroit Memory Brings Backlash for This Cass Tech Grad
"The story I shared in my interview was my experience growing up on the West Side," tech CEO Stacy Brown-Philpot tells us. "It was not viewed as cool to be smart in my neighborhood."
Freep Restaurant Critic: 'Detroit Is Ready for Some Perhaps Brutal Honesty'
"I don’t want to be a shock and awe critic," food critic Mark Kurlyandchik tells WDET.