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DEGC seeks to connect Detroit businesses with new database

The Michigan Chronicle is the latest company to join D2D.

Expanding business in Detroit is a collaborative effort, and one that requires the input of an entire community. It's important that companies, organizations and other profit-based entities create and sustain strong connections to foster growth and development. One new

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  • Written by The Michigan Chronicle
  • Category: Detroit

EFM protesters stage sit-in at city hall

 

On Monday, Apr. 1, EFM protestors occupied the eleventh floor of Detroit's city hall.

Beginning at lunch time, and lasting for nearly 2 hours, about three dozen protesters gathered just outside the offices of Mayor Dave Bing and Emergency Manager Kevyn Orr.

While they did not get inside the area, opponents vowed they will

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  • Written by The Michigan Chronicle
  • Category: Detroit

New lawsuit challenges emergency manager law

It's no secret that many Detroiters are against the appointment of an emergency manager. Yet, many of those in opposition have taken their disapproval to new heights by seeking to uncover possible legislative loopholes.

​A new federal lawsuit has been filed against Gov. Rick Snyder and Treasurer Andy Dillon by several union

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  • Written by The Michigan Chronicle
  • Category: Detroit

E-Clutter getting you down? Get rid of it by June

VOLUNTEERS help to load some e-clutter items.

Think of it this way: there’s always clutter around you, and in the digital world, this holds as true as in the real world.

eTitle Agency, Inc. in Troy, recently announced that the E-Clutter for Kids Recycling Program’s Spring Drive will run through the end of June, providing people the ability to donate

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  • Written by The Michigan Chronicle
  • Category: Detroit