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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…

Health Fair Has Something For Everyone

How’s this for a Saturday – you and your kids can get a freebie health check-up and spend the afternoon playing games and enjoying some refreshments? If that sounds like…

A Walk On the Not So Wild Side

By Ian Perrotta Review Special Writer Last Thursday afternoon was great for a drive, but even better for a walk. That was when Dan Burden, the country’s foremost expert on…

Mayoral Candidate Forced to Turn Over Web Name

By Charles Sercombe Hamtramck mayoral candidate Akm Rahman calls himself a webmaster who has created over 30 website domain names. Last year, though, one Detroit area construction company accused Rahman…

Merchants Can Find Out How to Go Green and Get Financing

Hamtramck merchants, want to learn how to save on energy, become greener, find financing and increase community policing? If so, head over to the Clock Restaurant next Wednesday (July 29)…

Bangladeshi Community to Celebrate This Weekend

By Charles Sercombe The Bangladesh community will be on full display this weekend. On Friday, starting at 6 p.m., Conant will be closed off from Caniff to Harold. Folk dancers,…