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For some, fireworks are nothing to celebrate

For some, fireworks are nothing to celebrate

  By Charles Sercombe Hearing more fireworks lately? You’re not alone, and neither is Hamtramck. Various media reports say that there has been an explosion of fireworks in towns all…

New election date for city millage

New election date for city millage

By Charles Sercombe Hamtramck voters will have just one millage proposal to consider in the Aug. 4 primary election. Both the Hamtramck School District and the City of Hamtramck had…

Prosecutor’s Office is considering charges against driver

Prosecutor’s Office is considering charges against driver

  By Charles Sercombe A Detroit driver who ran a red light recently and crashed into a police car and then a building was seeking to flee the scene. In…

Alley repairs to continue this year

Alley repairs to continue this year

  By Charles Sercombe Although the city’s budget is in deficit spending mode, alley repairs will continue this year. In fact, a majority of city councilmembers decided to double down…

A few words on Hamtramck’s police department

A few words on Hamtramck’s police department

  By Charles Sercombe The topic of police department reform has swept the nation. We asked Max Garbarino, the city’s Director of Community Safety and Services, to address the issue.…

Police seek armed suspect who robbed a pharmacy

Police seek armed suspect who robbed a pharmacy

    By Charles Sercombe Hamtramck police are asking for the public’s help to identify a suspect who held up a pharmacy last Wednesday (June 10). According to a press…

Coming soon, brand new hi-tech parking met

Coming soon, brand new hi-tech parking met

  By Charles Sercombe Be prepared to pay more for parking in the city’s main business district. The city council agreed to have all existing parking meters, many of which…

Crime Watch: Warmer temps bring more crime

Crime Watch: Warmer temps bring more crime

By Charles Sercombe There was one positive about the coronavirus quarantine for these past few months. Crime went down – at least, crime that was reported to the police department.…

Hamtramck’s end-of-summer party will have to wait

Hamtramck’s end-of-summer party will have to wait

  By Alan Madlane COVID-19, you are a harsh mistress. The nefarious disease has claimed another in its long list of victims, this one a 40-plus-year tradition. That is to…

City seeks a millage this year

City seeks a millage this year

By Charles Sercombe How the city survives financially now depends on voters. Acting on a suggestion by the city administration, the city council last week agreed to ask for voter-approval…

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