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People’s Community Services reaches out to those in need

By Ian Perrotta Review Staffwriter Are you struggling to meet your basic needs? If so, then People’s Community Services has a program for you. Recently, People’s Community Services announced that…

For one driver, an expensive night of drinking

By Charles Sercombe There must have been some bad juju around Wendy’s burger joint over the weekend. On Friday at about 10:30 p.m. a wall made of cinder block came…

Gardener’s Corner …

By Kathleen Wojcinski Around this time of winter, after the holidays, people often tend to get “cabin fever.” Gardners are especially affected, itching to get back to the dirt. Fortunately,…

The 2010 Metrotimes Blowout

Click on this link to see a fabulous set of videos by Carleton Gholz. Here are some photo highlights from The 2010 Metrotimes Blowout by Walter Wasacz, Charles Sercombe and…

State police likely to look at contract

State police likely to look at contract

By Charles Sercombe It looks like a check issued to a Christian-based organization by the city will end up in the hands of state police investigators. Or so a majority…

City’s Master Plan effort wants your input on parks

By Ian Perrotta Review Staffwriter The Hamtramck Master Plan wants your input, and the timing couldn’t be better. A recent e-mail from Leah Murphy of Interface Studios – the group…

Town meeting will be held to discuss the future of city parks

By Ian Perrotta Review Staffwriter Spring is in the air, and parks are on the mind. At least that’s the way it seems after parks have been the topic of…

Social agency is offering a scholarship for graduating seniors

By Ian Perrotta Review Staffwriter If you are a graduating senior in Hamtramck, Hamtramck United Social Services (HUSS) has an offer for you – a $250 scholarship, and all you…

Census Road Tour makes stop in Hamtramck

By Ian Perrotta Review Staffwriter Last Friday the 2010 Census Road Tour rolled into Hamtramck. It was in town to raise awareness for the upcoming US Census. Every 10 years…

Sterling Oil seeks to expand amid concerns of fire safety

Sterling Oil seeks to expand amid concerns of fire safety

By Charles Sercombe Nearly six months after a fuel tank blew up at the Sterling Oil plant, the company is seeking a fast-track approval to erect eight new tanks. But…