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Two charged with city’s first murder of year

By Charles Sercombe The worst fear of residents living near the Shawdow Bar came true last Friday morning. The bar has been the scene of numerous fights and gunplay. At…

City awarded $1 Million for development

By Charles Sercombe It’s not all doom and gloom financial news at City Hall. While the city manager and city council are busy trying to figure out how to close…

For Paycheck’s Lounge, there is a second act

By Ian Perrotta Review Staffwriter If it’s been a while since you last went to Paycheck’s, it might be time to go again. The legendary establishment on Caniff, which helped…

City officials say more cuts are needed in budget

By Charles Sercombe It looks like Hamtramck will have to slash spending to plug a $2 million budget deficit. A few months ago City Manager Bill Cooper thought he had…

For the Polish dead, a prayer and commemoration

For the Polish dead, a prayer and commemoration

By Walter Wasacz People began arriving at Zussman Park well before a flame was lit to honor the victims of a deadly plane crash last Saturday that claimed the lives…

Talking trash on Jos. Campau: It’s up to city

By Ian Perrotta Review Staffwriter There’s no question that sometimes there is too much litter on Jos. Campau. But there was a question of how to correct that problem –…

Fire Dept. rings in another grant

By Charles Sercombe The federal government’s stimulus program continues to juice Hamtramck. The Fire Department recently won two grants through the Department of Homeland Security that will greatly offset the…

Once again, a name change for a landmark bank

By Ian Perrotta Review Staffwriter The name may be different, but the service remains the same. The former National City Bank at the intersection of Jos. Campau and Caniff has…

Police nab their man and a few more

By Charles Sercombe Some pro-active police work paid off for Hamtramck. In the last few weeks, a street mugger had been targeting elderly women – including an 82-year-old — and…

Census volunteers spread the word to be counted

Census volunteers spread the word to be counted

By Charles Sercombe The 2010 Census is coming to your neighborhood starting this week. No, we’re not talking about the Census forms that every household across the country is being…