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However, on Tuesday Gov. Rick Snyder announced that Muskegon's Nelson Neighborhood, which encompasses the downtown area, has been selected as one of three neighborhoods in the state to take part in the new program.
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Educational goals being implemented in Michigan schools have sparked a contentious debate in Lansing, pitting Republican Gov.
Detroit owns the majority of the 66,000 pieces of art and the building, but the DIA is the caretaker.
Jorden Barnes of Detroit and her uncle Andre Barnes of Nashville, Tenn., visit the Detroit Institute of Arts last summer.
Despite getting assistance from the state, The Michigan Education Association says the district allegedly did not pay the district's teachers on Friday.
Editor's Picks: What Henry Payne is reading. Despite a push from Gov. Rick Snyder, Michigan's 2014 budget will not include a massive expansion in Medicaid to 133 percent of poverty in accordance with Obamacare.
Detroit's emergency manager, Kevyn Orr, is considering whether the collection at the Detroit Institute of Arts should be counted as a city asset.
Prisons, and the nearly $2 billion we spend on them every year, are rarely a popular budget line item.
As part of his efforts to solve Detroit's financial crisis, the city's emergency manager Kevyn Orr has asked for an appraisal of the collection at the Detroit Institute of Arts, sparking fears in artistic and philanthropic circles that he means to auction off the city's artistic jewels.
Education Achievement Authority officials overstated their authority to take over failing schools across Michigan in a bid to win a $35.4 million federal grant - six weeks before they began operating in September.
A state review team says there's a financial emergency in Hamtramck, a step that could lead to Gov.
The expansion will add 77,000 sq. ft. to the current 85,000 sq. ft. facility. The expansion plans include installing new paint, gel coat, and sand blast booths for component parts, as well as expanded manufacturing and flight line areas.
At Bridge Magazine, a content partner of A Better Michigan, former House of Representatives fiscal analyst Mitch Bean says many local woes are attributable to state policy.
The Mackinac Policy Conference brings Michiganians from all corners of the state together to discuss needed reforms.
The ride is bumpy in the rural area of western Michigan where Norman Knorr lives, and the retired accountant says he'd be willing to pay a 7% sales tax if he knew the extra money raised would be dedicated to road repairs.
Under state law, the only time the public gets to peek inside the inner workings of the Governor's Office is when its staffers send emails to employees of other state agencies, which are subject to the Freedom of Information Act.