Happy Friday! On today’s show:
- The Detroit News has a new report out that says that many City of Detroit homeowners have been overcharged at least $3,700 a year in property taxes since 2010. Find the story here.
- Could the Federal Government take over the United Auto Workers? According to U.S. Attorney Matthew Schneider, it’s a possibility.
- Pier One is downsizing, and it looks like its location on Woodward is on the chopping block.
- Bottom Line Coffeehouse has set up a GoFundMe appeal to help raise money to reopen the Midtown coffee shop.
- Illinois based Cooper’s Hawk is opening in Troy this spring. It will be its third location in Michigan.
- A new Chic-Fil-A opened in Allen Park on Thursday. People lined up around the restaurant and down the street to get chicken sandwiches and lemonade.
- Up in Birmingham Hazel, Ravine’s and Downtown will be rolling out a new pop-up later this month. Hazel’s Crab Trap will celebrate all things crab from January 21 through February 16.
- In Eastern Market News, Mike’s Coney Island has closed and one of the loft’s in the former Detroit Fire Department building is asking for $470K.
- The Kroger in Milford is open again after having an extensive renovation.
- And Randy Walker shares some of the new restaurants and places that he’s looking forward to trying this year.
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