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‘Hate Crime’ Discussion Takes A Turn Toward The Personal

By Charles Sercombe It’s not often that I step outside of my role in reporting the news. But in a panel discussion held Monday evening and led by Congressman John…

Mayor And Appointee Square Off

By Charles Sercombe Mayor Karen Majewski took an action she doesn’t do very often. The mayor removed one of her appointees, Bill Meyer, from his position on the Hamtramck Human…

‘Hate Crime’ Meeting May Turn Into A Confrontation

By Charles Sercombe Monday’s panel discussion on a pending Congressional “hate crime law” may get a little heated. Monday’s discussion will be led by Congressmen John Conyers, who is sponsoring…

Building A Bridge To Hamtramck’s Diverse Community

City Manager Bill Cooper says he’s soon going to schedule ethnic/religious sensitivity training for the city’s workforce. While that’s a wise idea at any time, it’s even more important considering…

Coming Events

SEPT. 1, Tuesday, 3-5 p.m. — the HHS student council is hosting a car wash by the parking lot on Gallagher. Cost is $3 per car and $5 for SUV’s,…

Get Ready To Party In Hamtown

By Ian Perrotta Review Special Writer Don’t work too hard trying to figure out how to spend the upcoming holiday weekend—the city will be hosting its 29th Annual Hamtramck Labor…

Want To Win An Election? Find 9,000 Voters

By Charles Sercombe Hamtramck’s stunning Primary Election has raised a number of questions. Namely, just how deep does Hamtramck’s Bengali voting bloc go? That community came out en masse and…

Free Flu Shots Offered To Hamtramck Students

by Ian Perrotta Review Special Writer This flu season, don’t let the cost of your children’s vaccinations make you sick. Through the Vaccines for Children Program (VFC), kids may be…

Hard Times Heading Our Way

By Charles Sercombe Since this is an election season, candidates may want to heed the words of warning coming from City Manager Bill Cooper. Cooper said the next three years…

Election Vibrations Still Going Strong

By Charles Sercombe Last week’s election may be over, but it’s still the talk of town. And the word in town is of amazement – or shock – over how…