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Residency question still lingers

Residency question still lingers

By Charles Sercombe So, what happens now to those candidates who claimed residency in Hamtramck and also in another city? Unless someone makes a complaint with state officials or files…

Feds need to crack down further on food stamp fraud

One thing is for sure in the federal investigation into food stamp fraud here in town: The market owners and some of their employees are facing felony charges. One would…

After a 29-year run, Wendy’s serves up its last meal

After a 29-year run, Wendy’s serves up its last meal

    By Charles Sercombe           Where’s the beef?           Not anymore at Wendy’s restaurant on Jos. Campau, just south of Caniff.           The company-owned outlet closed on Sunday, said…

Teens charged in vicious attack of man who cared for strays

  By Charles Sercombe           Longtime police investigators say they’ve never seen this level of violence allegedly committed by two boys barely in their teens.           On Saturday night, at…

Crime Log … 7/12/13

  By Charles Sercombe           This week’s Crime Log covers July 1 through 8. Monday, July 1 At 9:30 p.m. a man was arrested at Lumpkin and Norwalk for disorderly…

Back in the money, for a moment

Back in the money, for a moment

By Charles Sercombe Hamtramck’s financial picture just improved a whole lot. City officials signed off on an agreement with Detroit to resolve a dispute over how much tax revenue should…

Talk Back

Talk Back

It’s not often we get a chance to talk about the people and things we encounter in a more relaxed format, so to speak. In our new column, “Talk back…

Labor Day Festival

Labor Day Festival

Here’s just a taste. Many more pics to come this Friday.…

Nunlee vs.Hamtramck Transcript

Nunlee vs. Hamtramck Transcript…