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Schools Get An Education In State Cuts

By Ian Perrotta Review Staffwriter Last Wednesday (Oct. 14), Hamtramck’s School Board discussed the sobering news concerning recent budget cuts made by the State of Michigan. Two weeks ago, state…

How To Prevent Crime? Fight Back With Common Sense Tips

By Charles Sercombe Did you know that in the time it takes you to read this sentence, a professional car thief could have already unlocked your car door and would…

Police Chase Nets Robbery Suspects

By Charles Sercombe Some good police work led to the capture of two robbery suspects. For three weeks in a row, patrons leaving Shadow Bar on Jos. Campau and Holmes…

Election Countdown Begins In What Will Be History In The Making

By Charles Sercombe Hamtramck’s Nov. 3 General Election is just two weeks away. This year’s election promises to be a roller-coaster ride and one of the most pivotal elections in…

Fire Contract Sets A New Course For Labor

By Charles Sercombe One of the bright and shiny showcase trophies of former Emergency Financial Manager Louis Schimmel has now been unceremoniously tossed in the dumpster. On Tuesday, the City…

Hamtramck May Land A Leading Role In Census Count

By Charles Sercombe Hamtramck, get ready for a starring role. Maybe. The Piast Institute is asking the U.S. Census Bureau to use Hamtramck in its advertising campaign to get the…

Suspected Gunman Linked To Three Shootings

By Charles Sercombe On Thursday, a suspect dubbed the “AK-47 Bandit” was expected to turn himself in. Police say Spencer Williams, 26 and of Hamtramck, is connected with three separate…

FBI Offers A $20,000 Award For Info On Missing Girl

By Charles Sercombe A year ago last Friday (Oct. 2) is the last day Tangena Hussain was seen. Police were stumped then on where the 2-year-old disappeared to, and a…

Mayoral Race Is Crucial: Vote In Nov. 3 General Election

By John Ulaj Review Publisher On Monday afternoon while coming out of City Hall, I came across mayoral candidate Abdul Algazali. We had an interesting conversation concerning his run for…

Schools To Take A Hit

By Charles Sercombe There’s good news and bad news for Hamtramck’s public schools. First the good: It appears that the district has an uptick in student enrollment this year. The…