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Traffic study offers insight into accidents and the city’s population

Traffic study offers insight into accidents and the city’s population

  By Alan Madlane The stats from SEMCOG are out about Southeast Michigan’s driving habits from last year, and the news is a mixed bag. SEMCOG is the Southeast Michigan…

Council rejects censures

Council rejects censures

  By Charles Sercombe Councilmember Carrie Beth Lasley struck out twice in trying to censure Mayor Karen Majewski and City Manager Kathy Angerer. Lasley said the two deserved the censures…

Hamtramck Public Schools offer free vaccines and boosters

Hamtramck Public Schools offer free vaccines and boosters

By Charles Sercombe Still haven’t gotten a Covid vaccine or booster? If so, be sure to stop by the HPS Community Center Gymnasium, 11350 Charest St., on Dec. 2 or…

‘Tis the season for the Goodfellows holiday food drive

‘Tis the season for the Goodfellows holiday food drive

  By Charles Sercombe The Hamtramck Goodfellows are back in action this year. Last year, the Covid pandemic threw a wrench in the annual donation drive, but with more people…

Federal funding is coming for water lines

Federal funding is coming for water lines

  By Charles Sercombe Hamtramck’s problem with lead water lines keeps getting more attention. On Monday, Congresswoman Brenda Lawrence, who was joined by State Sen. Adam Hollier, held a press…

Governor proposes funding to help with replacing lead water lines

Governor proposes funding to help with replacing lead water lines

By Charles Sercombe Hamtramck may be in line to receive funding to replace the city’s lead water lines sooner than expected. Last week, Gov. Gretchen Whitmer announced a plan to…

City has its hand out for federal infrastructure funding

City has its hand out for federal infrastructure funding

  By Charles Sercombe Will Hamtramck see any of the newly passed national infrastructure funding? That’s the multi-million-dollar question city officials are pondering. There is no shortage of needs here.…

Students will be staying home next week for district cleaning

Students will be staying home next week for district cleaning

  By Charles Sercombe It’s back to at-home virtual learning for Hamtramck Public School students, starting next Monday (Nov. 22). But it’s only for Monday through Wednesday during the holiday…

Breaking news … Police make an arrest in recent double homicide

Breaking news … Police make an arrest in recent double homicide

    By Charles Sercombe A 24-year-old Inkster man has been charged with the shooting deaths of a man and woman just a couple of weeks ago. RayQuan Young has…

As police OT increases, city council says no to more officers

As police OT increases, city council says no to more officers

  By Charles Sercombe For the second time, city officials have rejected a proposal to hire additional police officers. City Councilmember Fadel Al-Marsoumi has been behind both proposals. The first…

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