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Burglar suspects arrested within minutes of restaurant break-in

By Charles Sercombe Two suspected burglars caused more damage than thievery at Three Star Bar B Que on Wednesday morning. Two men, aged 18 and 21, were arrested minutes after…

County returns for another round of flu vaccines

Those most at risk of catching the flu once again took advantage of Wayne County’s free flu vaccines. On Saturday, the Hamtramck High School Community Center once again hosted the…

Seminar will cover how to survive tough financial times

By Ian Perrotta Review Staffwriter Does the slumping economy have you down? This Sunday (Nov. 22), things may start to look up. That’s when a city-wide civic engagement campaign begins…

Cosmos soccer team outscores opponents in exciting season

Cosmos soccer team outscores opponents in exciting season

By Ian Perrotta Review Staffwriter Three Fridays ago Hamtramck High’s soccer team played its final match of the season in the Michigan High School Athletic Association District Finals against the…

A day to toast our veterans and say thanks

A day to toast our veterans and say thanks

By Charles Sercombe Hamtramck’s annual toast to veterans on Veterans Day was, perhaps, bittersweet. As the years go by, fewer and fewer vets are here to celebrate their day. But…

Mayoral candidate wants ballots counted one more time

Mayoral candidate wants ballots counted one more time

By Charles Sercombe Hamtramck’s mayoral election isn’t over yet. Mayoral candidate Abdul Algazali, who lost his bid for office by 123 votes, is asking for a recount. Although the result…

A look at the election by the numbers

By Charles Sercombe Attention all you Hamtramck election junkies, here are the official – Canvass Board-approved – election results from Nov. 3. Here’s how the mayor’s race turned out, Karen…

City layoffs needed to balance budget

By Charles Sercombe Hamtramck’s financial picture is about to turn ugly. Although that’s not exactly breaking news, just how deep the city’s deficit will go has taken a shocking turn.…

Hamtown’s movers and shakers

Hamtown’s movers and shakers

By Ian Perrotta Who is he? After working with non-profit community-based social services for the last several years, Tommie Brown is the new Youth Coach for the Hamtramck Weed and…

‘Save our Students’ by signing school petition

On Tuesday, Nov. 10, supporters of public education from across the state descended on Lansing to urge the Legislature to restore funding cuts and find a long term solution to…