Warren Mayor James R. Fouts

Area in Macomb believed to be the site of alleged atrocities.

The area is believed to be the site of alleged atrocities involving 12-year-old Warren girl Kimberly King, last seen in 1979, and four to six others, said Warren Mayor James Fouts in a news release. The City of Warren will be holding a press conference today at 1PM at the site of the alleged atrocities involving a Warren resident, Kimberly Read more about Area in Macomb believed to be the site of alleged atrocities.[…]

City of Warren to hold a Police Memorial

City of Warren to hold a Police Memorial The annual Police Memorial will be held Monday, May 7 at 10 a.m. at Warren City Hall. Warren Mayor Jim Fouts says the memorial ceremony honors “those fallen officers who gave the ultimate sacrifice.  They should have our highest admiration – and their families should have our deepest Read more about City of Warren to hold a Police Memorial[…]

City of Warren Mayor to honor 187 outstanding students

City of Warren Mayor to honor 187 outstanding students Warren Mayor Jim Fouts will honor 187 All-A students students who are achieving excellence in academics.  Recognized students will receive special certificates of accomplishment from the City of Warren Mayor’s Office. “We are not only honoring these outstanding students for their scholastic achievement, but their schools, Read more about City of Warren Mayor to honor 187 outstanding students[…]

The City of Warren will celebrate the annual National Day of Prayer

  The City of Warren to celebrate the annual National Day of Prayer at Warren City Hall. The City of Warren will celebrate the annual National Day of Prayer Thursday, May 3 at noon at Warren City Hall.   Warren Mayor James Fouts and several religious leaders will take part in the celebration of all faiths.  All religious faiths Read more about The City of Warren will celebrate the annual National Day of Prayer[…]

Warren Mayor James R. Fouts

Citizens to Receive Police Civilian Citation Awards

Citizens to Receive Police Civilian Citation Awards Wednesday, May 2 at 1 P.M. Warren Mayor Jim Fouts will present 10 Police Civilian Citation Awards on Wednesday, May 2 at 1 p.m. in the Mayor’s Office. The citizens whose actions are being recognized have distinguished themselves with various acts ranging from stopping a crime in progress to Read more about Citizens to Receive Police Civilian Citation Awards[…]