Warren family from Le Fever home explosion receive donations.

After a fire strikes the home of a Warren family, the community has come together to offer support to the family. Donations are pouring in as community comes together to help Warren family whose home on Le Fever Avenue near Eight Mile Road exploded on Nov. 30, 2019. The explosion was felt around the block Read more about Warren family from Le Fever home explosion receive donations.[…]

Mayor Fouts’ Office is again hosting the Salvation Army’s toy and food drive

Mayor Fouts’ Office is again hosting the Salvation Army’s Angel Tree collection. The Salvation Army aims to put new clothes and toys under the tree for 1 million children who usually have to go without Christmas gifts.  Anonymous donors and residents of many communities are expanding the Christmas tradition to make the season brighter for Read more about Mayor Fouts’ Office is again hosting the Salvation Army’s toy and food drive[…]

Mayor Fouts vetoes City Council action in regards to a moratorium on recreational marijuana.

Warren Mayor Jim Fouts has formally VETOED the City Council’s denial at their last meeting of his request to establish a moratorium on recreational marijuana until there is a city ordinance regulating recreational marijuana. The City of Warren and its citizens are at risk without an ordinance in place to control the sale and distribution Read more about Mayor Fouts vetoes City Council action in regards to a moratorium on recreational marijuana.[…]

Help Needed For Warren Family that lost everything when their Home Exploded

Warren Mayor Jim Fouts announced a drive to help the Brown family whose Warren home exploded last Saturday. “The family is in immediate need of just about everything,” Said Warren Mayor Jim Fouts. More specific items include extra large clothing and coats, size 9 &11 shoes (female) and 3XL clothing and coats and size 12 Read more about Help Needed For Warren Family that lost everything when their Home Exploded[…]

City of Warren hosts Christmas Holiday Lights Contest

The City of Warren is having a Christmas Lights Contest for its residents to  get into the holiday spirit. As promised by Warren Mayor Jim Fouts, after last years issue with the Eiffel Street Christmas decorations, in which the Mayor pledged to encourage, not discourage neighborhood Christmas decorating.   Nominate a neighbor or household to win the City of Warren Christmas Read more about City of Warren hosts Christmas Holiday Lights Contest[…]

Warren Lights Up At City Square in solidarity with multiple awareness campaigns.

Warren Lights Up At City Square Tonight (Red Ribbon Week) As Visible Stand Against Drug Abuse, (Purple) For Domestic Violence Month and (Baby Pink & Baby Blue) for Pregnancy and Infant Loss Awareness Month Warren’s Civic Center Square in front of Warren City Hall will light up from dusk tonight until dawn tomorrow morning in bright red, Read more about Warren Lights Up At City Square in solidarity with multiple awareness campaigns.[…]

New Warren Civic Center South Opens Thursday, October 10, 2-5 p.m.

The new Civic Center South Opens Thursday, October 10, 2-5 p.m. On Van Dyke, North of 9 Mile The Civic Center features an 11,022 sq. ft. branch library, 24-7 police station, mini-city hall, a special needs accessible playground, and a garden story walk. “This center is going to be a shot in the arm for Read more about New Warren Civic Center South Opens Thursday, October 10, 2-5 p.m.[…]

DTE Presents Warren with $707,798.33 Check in Annual Savings After Completing LED Conversions

The City of Warren will accept a $707,798.33 check from DTE representing the annual savings resulting from the City’s LED conversion project.  Converting all 11,715-city streetlights to LED began in 2014, and is now completed, saving the City over $700,000 annually. Warren Mayor Jim Fouts said the payback on the $3.1 million investment will be 3.8 years.  “LED streetlights Read more about DTE Presents Warren with $707,798.33 Check in Annual Savings After Completing LED Conversions[…]

Warren City Hall Lights Up in solidarity with Childhood Cancer Awareness Month

September is Childhood Cancer Awareness Month, a time to acknowledge the thousands of children and their families who are dealing with a cancer diagnosis, raise awareness about the reality of childhood cancer, and emphasize the importance of research. In order to bring public attention to Childhood Cancer Awareness, Warren City Hall will light up gold Read more about Warren City Hall Lights Up in solidarity with Childhood Cancer Awareness Month[…]