Another Day Approaches
After more than 15 years of public service, including a stint as Detroit’s mayor, Ken Cockrel Jr. opines on his journey while the sun sets on his remaining time in office.
Lying down to stand up
While the state's movers and shakers are enjoying the high life up at the annual policy conference held on ritzy Mackinac Island this week, a state legislator from southwest Detroit and some of her constituents will be laying their concerns on the line.
For a while now, thanks to the nonprofit Michigan League of Conservation Voters, folks have been able to go to the Web and see how state legislators and even the governor rate when it comes to addressing issues of environmental concern.
But the same wasn't
Earth to Nolan
Usually Detroit News editorial page honcho and columnist Nolan Finley just irritates us with his Neanderthal mentality. But a column last week, decrying the way the liberal press has been beating up on the lovable Mitt "Mittens" Romney, had us wondering exa
Surprise: Big corporate players’ roles stalling the EM repeal referendum
Remembering Ethel Schwartz and honoring her legacy
Event shows Detroiters that there’s no painless path out of this mess