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7 Things To Know Around Metro Detroit

Gerrymandering — the practice of drawing state legislative and congressional districts to favor one political party over another — is back in the news. Republican state lawmakers are proposing measures to weaken efforts to overhaul the process by which these maps are drawn. That’s despite a recent judicial order to design new district maps for 2020 and voters’ approval last fall of Proposal 2, which transfers the process to a redistricting commission. But old habits die hard, as...

Detroit's Population Drops Again — But More Slowly

Despite all the new loft apartments and other development activity in certain core neighborhoods, the city of Detroit continues to lose population. An annual U.S. Census estimate released Thursday pegged Detroit’s population at 673,104 as of last summer. That’s a drop of about 2,300 people — a little lower than the previous year’s loss and a 10th of the rate of population loss of the 2000s. At its peak, Detroit had nearly 1.9 million people in 1950. The Detroit News reports that utility...

Macomb County Puts Three Larger Plots Of Land Up For Sale

The three properties, located in Macomb Township, Sterling Heights and Chesterfield Township just might make all of your suburban dreams come true. According to county public works officials, the properties may be worth “several million dollars,” and were deemed excess after a review by Candice Miller, the former U.S. House Representative turned Macomb County Drain Commissioner. The properties include: 8.89 acres  at the northwest corner of M-59 and Garfield. That property is current...

Detroit Area Woman In Running To Be Co-Host For A Day On "LIVE with Kelly" Show

Have you ever watched a daytime TV show and thought, “well, I could do that!?” A woman from our area is going for it and you could help make it happen. LIVE with Kelly, a morning television show hosted by Kelly Ripa (and airs locally on WXYZ channel 7 at 9:00 a.m. each weekday), is having a contest for someone to be co-host for a day and a Detroit area woman is in the final 20. Macomb Township resident Erin Winters, who also as a day job is the “Spokester” for Michigan First Credit Union, en...

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