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Detroit Grand Prix to debut over the weekend

  It’s the Detroit Chevrolet Belle Isle Grand Prix, where some of the world’s fastest formula cars put the pedal to the metal in a weekend of burning oil and beautiful weather. Races will take place Saturday from 7:30 a.m.-7:30…

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Dan Gilbert’s Hudson-Site in final stages

  Businessman Dan Gilbert’s team predicted Thursday that a residential tower planned for the site of the old Hudson’s store will set a new standard for renting apartment complexes in the city of Detroit. The planned residential tower is set…

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Detroit-Ann Arbor commuter rail system in talks

The Regional Transit Authority wants to give life to a long-stalled Ann Arbor to Detroit commuter rail line that would connect the cities’ downtowns. The planned 38-mile line has been discussed for more than a decade but was in need…

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Duggan, soon to see positive population in Detroit

Detroit’s long population decline slowed to its lowest pace in decades last year and some experts say next year’s numbers could show the first signs of growth since the 1950s. The Census Bureau’s estimate from July 1, 2015, listed the city’s population at…

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Soccer Stadium to open in Detroit!

A pair of Detroit business giants want to build a Major League Soccer stadium at the gateway of the city’s downtown, but exactly how the nearly $1 billion field of dreams will become reality remains unknown. Cleveland Cavaliers owner Dan…

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Detroit makes community college free

Starting this year, any graduating high school senior who is accepted to one of Detroit’s five community colleges won’t have to pay a dime for tuition. The Detroit Promise Zone program, officially launched on Tuesday, will make it possible. At…

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Detroit To Spend $11.7 Million Upgrading 40 Parks and Playgrounds

Forty city parks and playgrounds in Detroit’s neighborhoods are slated for improvements. The mayor’s office announced Thursday that the city will spend $11.7 million over the next two years to improve the parks and playgrounds. Anticipated improvements will include new…

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