School leaders and Warren police will meet as participants in the city’s Safe Schools Task Force meeting

Warren Safe School Task Force Meets Thursday, March 1 at 2 p.m. School leaders and Warren police will meet as participants in the city’s Safe Schools Task Force meeting Thursday, March 1 at 2 p.m. on the first floor of Warren City Hall. Representatives from the following schools in Warren will be attending: Academy of Warren Center Read more about School leaders and Warren police will meet as participants in the city’s Safe Schools Task Force meeting[…]

“Macomb County Public Works Commissioner’s Report on E-Coli Detection in Warren Is Being Addressed”

  A Statement From Warren Mayor James R. Fouts  “Macomb County Public Works Commissioner’s  Report on E-Coli Detection in Warren Is Being Addressed”   “First and most importantly, the detection of coliform bacteria in two drain outfalls in Warren was addressed by our engineers immediately after we were notified by the county public works commissioner.: Read more about “Macomb County Public Works Commissioner’s Report on E-Coli Detection in Warren Is Being Addressed”[…]

Warren City Hall Lights Up in Solidarity with Alzheimer’s Awareness Month

Warren City Hall Lights Up in Solidarity with Alzheimer’s Awareness Month Go Purple with a Purpose for Alzheimer’s Disease Awareness Month. President Ronald Reagan designated November as National Alzheimer’s Disease Awareness Month in 1983.  Everyone who has a brain is at risk to develop Alzheimer’s, a disease that is often misunderstood. Warren Mayor Jim Fouts Read more about Warren City Hall Lights Up in Solidarity with Alzheimer’s Awareness Month[…]

City of Warren recognizes Breast Cancer Awareness Month

In Solidarity with Breast Cancer Awareness Month Warren Mayor Jim Fouts has directed front lighting to reflect his commitment to bringing awareness to this terrible illness by lighting up City Hall from dusk on Wednesday, October 11 to dawn on Thursday, October 12. Breast cancer is the second most common kind of cancer in women. Read more about City of Warren recognizes Breast Cancer Awareness Month[…]

City of Warren recognizes Domestic Violence Awareness Month.

This and every October, the City of Warren recognizes Domestic Violence Awareness Month. Affecting families and couples of all kinds, domestic violence and sexual assault affects all aspects of society, from our children’s schools to our workplaces to the criminal justice system. As such, it requires a cooperative, shared response. And, victims deserve our steadfast Read more about City of Warren recognizes Domestic Violence Awareness Month.[…]

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.[…]