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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…

Ballot Proposal Will Ask For An Extra Tax To Purchase A Fire Truck

By Charles Sercombe It’ll be up to Hamtramck voters to decide whether to scrap two clunkers in the Fire Department and OK a special tax to purchase replacements. The City…

Community Gardening Sprouts Up On Caniff

By Catherine Gasior Review Special Writer The streets of Hamtramck are turning a bit greener. Kathleen Bittner and Thomas Koch have created a garden among the midst of the buildings…

On Election Day, There’s Plenty To Talk About

By Charles Sercombe Election Day always has an air of excitement. Tuesday’s election was absolutely electric. Here are a few observations of this historical day: Normally, a Primary Election draws…

Not Signed, Sealed Or Delivered Yet

By Charles Sercombe The future of Hamtramck’s Post Office is heating up. The Postal Service will soon decide whether to close over 700 local post offices nationwide, including the Hamtramck…

Police Beef Up Jos. Campau Patrols

By Charles Sercombe You can feel a bit safer walking Jos. Campau during the first of the month, thanks to a federal grant. Hamtramck police are able to tap into…

Polonia Owner Has No Reservations About TV Show

By Ian Perrotta Review Special Writer Most people from Hamtramck already know that there are numerous places to get great tasting and genuine foreign foods. Now, thanks to The Travel…

Southend Fire Underscores A Growing Concern Over Empty Houses

By Charles Sercombe A Hanley St. house fire last Sunday afternoon is being called highly suspicious by fire officials. At about 5 p.m., a fire suddenly erupted in the rear…

As Election Looms, The Heat Turns Up

By Charles Sercombe In the days leading up to Tuesday’s Primary Election, you could say that what started out as a sleepy election had turned red-hot. Candidates seemed to have…

Bangladeshi Festival Highlights Sounds And Tastes Of Community

By Ian Perrotta Review Special Writer This past weekend the honorably named Bangladeshi Ave lived up to its name when Conant was closed off from Caniff to Charest and turned…