City of Warren recognizes Down Syndrome Awareness Month.

City of Warren recognizes Down Syndrome Awareness Month.   This and every October, the City of Warren recognizes Down Syndrome Awareness Month. Affecting families from all walks of life, the Down Syndrome Awareness Month is a chance to spread awareness, advocacy and inclusion throughout the community. Mayor Fouts will light up city hall yellow to Read more about City of Warren recognizes Down Syndrome Awareness Month.[…]

P.A.I.D. – “People Against Illegal Drugs.”

P.A.I.D. – “People Against Illegal Drugs.”   Mayor Foutys is very pleased with the response to the City of Warren’s new campaign aimed at discouraging drug pushers from using Warren neighborhoods for drug houses. The City’s campaign of P.A.I.D. is spelled out as “People Against Illegal Drugs.” A reward of $500 will be given for Read more about P.A.I.D. – “People Against Illegal Drugs.”[…]

Warren Announces Operation P.A.I.D. (People Against Illegal Drugs) Program

Warren Announces Operation P.A.I.D. (People Against Illegal Drugs) Program Warren, MI – Warren now has its 134,066 residents fighting illegal drugs in the city. Warren Mayor Jim Fouts and Police Commissioner Bill Dwyer jointly announce a program called P.A.I.D. (People Against Illegal Drugs) that rewards residents with $500 each for information leading to a search Read more about Warren Announces Operation P.A.I.D. (People Against Illegal Drugs) Program[…]

Charles Groesbeck, former Warren Police Commissioner passed away.

Charles Groesbeck, former Warren Police Commissioner from 1977-1981, a member of Warren’s greatest generation passed away last week. Charles Groesbeck, former Warren Police Commissioner from 1977-1981 passed away last week. He was appointed Police Commissioner by Mayor Bates in 1977. A member of Warren’s greatest generation who served valiantly in World War II. During his Read more about Charles Groesbeck, former Warren Police Commissioner passed away.[…]

A statement on refocusing our goals toward helping those impacted by the devastating storms.

A statement on refocusing our goals toward helping those impacted by the devastating storms. Currently there is a lot of talk and controversy nationally on patriotism in professional sports. However, shouldn’t that focus be on helping Americans who are in desperate need of help for food, water and the basic substance of life in Puerto Read more about A statement on refocusing our goals toward helping those impacted by the devastating storms.[…]

Warren’s College Fair will feature 88 Institutions from across the Nation

Warren’s College Fair will feature 88 Institutions from across the Nation  Warren, MI – Representatives from 88 institutions nationwide will participate in the Ninth Annual College Fair at the Warren City Hall Atrium. Warren Mayor Jim Fouts, who initiated the Fair after he was elected mayor in 2007, described the event as “one-stop shopping for colleges Read more about Warren’s College Fair will feature 88 Institutions from across the Nation[…]

Warren Asks For Help For Hurricane Harvey Victims

The City of Warren Asks For Help For Hurricane Harvey Victims Two and a half days after Hurricane Harvey made landfall and dropped more than 2 feet of rain, thousands of people in Houston and along the Gulf Coast have been displaced. Texas Gov. Greg Abbott activated the entire Texas National Guard. As Harvey continues Read more about Warren Asks For Help For Hurricane Harvey Victims[…]

Statement by Warren Mayor James Fouts On the Conversion of an adult entertainment venue into a family oriented neighborhood busine

Statement by Warren Mayor James Fouts On the Conversion of an adult entertainment venue into a family oriented neighborhood business. Mayor Fouts is “pleased by the conversion of the Jon-Jon’s, the topless lounge, into an over 4,000 sq. foot Dairy Queen Grill and Chill at Martin Rd. and Mound. Part of a larger vision to Read more about Statement by Warren Mayor James Fouts On the Conversion of an adult entertainment venue into a family oriented neighborhood busine[…]

Warren Mayor James R. Fouts

Warren To Strictly Enforce Fireworks Laws

  Warren To Strictly Enforce Fireworks Laws –  Mayor James Fouts Will Monitor Neighborhoods July 4 And Visit Fireworks Vendors June 30 & July 3. Warren Mayor Jim Fouts has directed Warren police to strictly enforce city fireworks laws this weekend.   “Violators will be prosecuted with fines up to $500.  We have zero tolerance Read more about Warren To Strictly Enforce Fireworks Laws[…]

Warren Mayor James R. Fouts

Warren Mayor James Fouts Again Initiates City-Wide Mosquito Elimination Program To Fight West Nile Virus

Warren Mayor James Fouts Again Initiates City-Wide Mosquito Elimination Program To Fight West Nile Virus   Warren, MI – Warren Mayor James Fouts has again directed city Department of Public Works division employees to begin depositing mosquito prevention briquettes into the city’s 18,000 catch basins, and the Mayor has further directed all city inspectors to Read more about Warren Mayor James Fouts Again Initiates City-Wide Mosquito Elimination Program To Fight West Nile Virus[…]