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What’s in store for the coming year? Just look back to last year

What’s in store for the coming year? Just look back to last year

  By Charles Sercombe Now that 2019 is behind us, it’s time once again to dust off our crystal ball and gaze into the future – the year 2020, to…

Crime watch: Armed robbery gangs arrested

Crime watch: Armed robbery gangs arrested

  By Charles Sercombe Hamtramck police officers once again nabbed armed robbery crews. Last Friday, there were two incidents involving suspects using a black Chevy Impala as a getaway vehicle.…

Breaking news: Missing woman has been found

Breaking news: Missing woman has been found

By Charles Sercombe On Wednesday (Jan. 15), Hamtramck police announced that a 25-year old woman missing since Dec. 17 has been located. Police Chief Anne Moise had few details about…

‘Story of the Year’ revolved around a key financial source

‘Story of the Year’ revolved around a key financial source

  By Charles Sercombe Now that 2019 has come to pass, it’s time for our annual “Story of the Year.” And what a year it was: there was the city’s…

A search is on for missing Hamtramck woman

A search is on for missing Hamtramck woman

  By Charles Sercombe The family of a 25-year-old Hamtramck woman is seeking her whereabouts. According to a report by WXYZ Channel 7, Camay Lowe left her mother’s house on…

Breaking news … Garage break-in suspect arrested

Breaking news … Garage break-in suspect arrested

By Charles Sercombe For the last few weeks there has been a rash of garage break-ins scattered throughout town. Some residents got a glimpse of the suspect, and he had…

Activists call for action

Activists call for action

  By Charles Sercombe Last year at this time, state Rep. Isaac Robinson introduced two bills that would ban a recycling center from accepting radioactive waste. Those house bills, HB4808…

The holiday season isn’t so joyful for three Jos. Campau businesses

The holiday season isn’t so joyful for three Jos. Campau businesses

  By Charles Sercombe Back in 2016, the folks over at Wheelhouse Detroit had high hopes for expanding their bike shop into Hamtramck. “We just wanted to expand into a…

Community leaders meet to get the word out for Census 2020

Community leaders meet to get the word out for Census 2020

    By Charles Sercombe Michigan Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson told a gathering at Hamtramck’s Gates of Columbus Hall that the upcoming national census count is going to be…

Former police chief makes a comeback in a new role

Former police chief makes a comeback in a new role

  By Charles Sercombe Two employment contracts set off fireworks at last week’s city council meeting. Councilmembers Ian Perrotta and Andrea Karpinski were alone in objecting to the contracts, which…

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