Warren City Hall Lights Up For Breast Cancer, Down Syndrome, and Domestic Violence Awareness Month

Warren City Hall Lights Up For Breast Cancer, Down Syndrome, and Domestic Violence Awareness Month Warren, MI – Warren Mayor Jim Fouts has directed front lighting for city hall from dusk on Wednesday, October 11 to dawn on Thursday, October 12. The display will project pink lights for Breast Cancer Awareness, blue and yellow lights for Read more about Warren City Hall Lights Up For Breast Cancer, Down Syndrome, and Domestic Violence Awareness Month[…]

Warren Supplies Police Officers With Narcan Spray to Counter Opioid-Related Overdoses

Warren Supplies Police Officers With Narcan Spray to Counter Opioid-Related Overdoses     One of the first actions initiated by newly-appointed Police Commissioner Bill Dwyer is to supply Warren police officers with Narcan spray that will counter the effects of opioid overdoses.   “Because police officers are more often than not the first to respond Read more about Warren Supplies Police Officers With Narcan Spray to Counter Opioid-Related Overdoses[…]

Meet Up and Eat Up – Warren’s Summer Food Service Program

Meet Up and Eat Up’ Summer Food Service Program   Mayor Fouts is proud to announce that the City of Warren’s ‘Meet Up and Eat Up’ Summer Food Service Program will host a record 120 children at Warren City Hall. The ‘Meet Up and Eat Up’ is a weekly program at the city of Warren Read more about Meet Up and Eat Up – Warren’s Summer Food Service Program[…]

1st New Library in 53 Years in Warren’s Older Neighborhood Re-Opens June 22

1st New Library in 53 Years in Warren’s Older Neighborhood Re-Opens June 22 Warren, MI – The city’s first new library in Warren’s older neighborhood in 53 years re-opens on Thursday, June 22. The new Busch Library Branch is located on Ryan Road south of 9 Mile Road across from Fitzgerald High School. “This new Read more about 1st New Library in 53 Years in Warren’s Older Neighborhood Re-Opens June 22[…]

Warren Mayor James R. Fouts

City of Warren – Power Outage Update – Mayor Jim Fouts

City of Warren – Power Outage Update – Mayor Jim Fouts Mayor James Fouts has just concluded an emergency meeting with key staff members regarding the damaging wind storm yesterday.  This storm has adversely affected at least 10,000 Warren residents. This is a record storm for power outages in Warren and the metro area. Because Read more about City of Warren – Power Outage Update – Mayor Jim Fouts[…]

Revenge Edits and the wild west of Wikipedia.

Revenge Edits and the wild west of Wikipedia. In recent years, many courts have stated that they consider Wikipedia to be inherently unreliable as a credible source of information.  In fact, this view is upheld by Circuit and Federal courts which have not only been troubled by this trend but have “expressed concerns about its Read more about Revenge Edits and the wild west of Wikipedia.[…]

Warren Mayor James R. Fouts

Mayor Fouts is standing by and is ready to assist in any way that he can!

With the announcement that cities in the OMI must avoid running water during the Super Bowl is another reminder of the importance of the City of Warren’s Council voting 5-2 to support Mayor Fouts recommendation to exit from the OMI.  In fact, if the City of Warren had gone with the OMI, the taxpayers of Warren would have Read more about Mayor Fouts is standing by and is ready to assist in any way that he can![…]

Sometimes there is a real challenge to be positive and upbeat and a good servant of the public.

Sometimes there is a real challenge to be positive and upbeat and a good servant of the public. A former city official is attempting to get even with the Mayor of Warren for multiple police raids on his illegal drug office over the past six months. The individual, former city official Michael Greiner, was recently Read more about Sometimes there is a real challenge to be positive and upbeat and a good servant of the public.[…]