Detroit’s inspector general is declining to further investigate $685,000 stolen from the Detroit Public Library. The money was stolen through fraudulent wire transfers in 2020 and 2021, according to the Office of the Chief Financial Officer (OCFO).
With a taxpayer-funded service agreement up for negotiation, Detroit arts advocates push for more resident benefits from the DIA.
Increasingly, landlords are outsourcing work to property management companies. These companies will perform all the responsibilities of being a landlord and do it at a high volume, intended to maximize efficiency and profit.
Detroit Documenters has officially partnered with WXYZ as the first television station to join a collaborative network of media partners that supports the civic engagement program.
‘As natural as going to a movie’: Detroit Opera’s new leader wants to break down barriers for attendees
A new, more accessible, future for that most highbrow of artforms — the opera — has now begun in Detroit, with Roberto Kalb at the helm of Detroit Opera.
We looked into it so you don’t have to: Why are property taxes going up this year in Detroit?
Who stole money from the Detroit Public Library? Two years later, the answer isn’t clear and more than $400K is still missing.
A badge, a bulletproof vest and stern words: Squatter removal services help Detroit landlords avoid courts
A Detroit family packed their bags and left their rental home after a person hired by their landlord showed up at their door and told them they had to go
Outlier Media is hiring a creative and dedicated Audience and Engagement Manager to expand and engage Outlier’s audience in Detroit.
Outlier Media is hiring a part-time Social Media Producer with experience in social media strategy to help our reporting and resources reach and engage more Detroiters.
Here’s what we’re watching in 2023: developments that require big tax breaks to move forward, affordable housing projects, the progress of greenways, and changes to historic neighborhoods and buildings.
It was a significant year in Detroit — here are the 2022 highlights, with updates from the worlds of housing, transportation and more.
Where are they now? Checking in with tenants and homeowners featured in The Dig this year.
“A lot of times around the holidays, people’s hearts really open and they want to do something to help,” said Fiyah Angel, “but so much of what is out there doesn’t allow the people who are receiving help to keep their agency.”
‘Bargain Block’ home flippers bet on Fitzgerald despite neighborhood’s history of failed development projects
The duo behind the HGTV show “Bargain Block” plan to renovate nine homes in the Fitzgerald neighborhood of Detroit for the third season.
Two Detroit property tax reform proposals are being discussed, one to change the assessment process and one to compensate overtaxed residents.
Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan announced he has negotiated four contracts to keep paratransit services from being reduced by 70% starting Jan. 1.
Outlier Media is hiring an experienced science reporter based in Detroit to cover issues that will impact the city and its people.
Here’s how to donate or volunteer to support Detroit organizations that provide shelter and other housing assistance.
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