City Hall Lit Up Lissencephaly

Warren City Hall will be lit up to bring awareness to multiple rare diseases.

Warren City Hall will be lit up with colors signifying: blue for rare disease, grey for grey matter, and lavender for epilepsy. One of these rare diseases is LISSENCEPHALY, which literally means “smooth brain,” is a rare, gene-linked brain malformation characterized by the absence of normal convolutions (folds) in the cerebral cortex and an abnormally Read more about Warren City Hall will be lit up to bring awareness to multiple rare diseases.[…]

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Free Document Shredding Day At Warren City Hall Saturday, July 20

The City of Warren is sponsoring its eleventh free document shredding day at Warren City Hall Saturday, July 20 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. “The Mayor’s Office has been receiving many inquires about where and when documents can be shredded,” said Warren Mayor Jim Fouts.  “They don’t want to put them in recycling containers Read more about Free Document Shredding Day At Warren City Hall Saturday, July 20[…]

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Warren Mayor Jim Fouts Opens 3 City Facilities For Relief From Heat Wave

Warren Mayor Jim Fouts is opening the air-conditioned Fitzgerald Recreation Center, the Owen Jax Recreation Center and the Warren Community Center during the heat wave for Warren residents without home air conditioning. The Fitzgerald Center is located on 9 Mile east of Ryan, the Owen Jax Center in located on 9 Mile east of Van Read more about Warren Mayor Jim Fouts Opens 3 City Facilities For Relief From Heat Wave[…]

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Warren Mayor Jim Fouts Salutes residents who are 99-100 Years of Age

Warren Mayor Jim Fouts Salutes City of Warren residents who are 99-100 Years of Age. Seven City of Warren residents who are 99 years old plus will be honored by Warren Mayor James Fouts at 1 p.m. on Wednesday, July 10 in the Mayor’s conference room.  The mayor will serve a complimentary lunch to the Read more about Warren Mayor Jim Fouts Salutes residents who are 99-100 Years of Age[…]

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GoFundMe Campaign promoted to help a young Warren resident

At age 2 in 2010 Aaron Wright suffered a severe brain injury when a building that he was in collapsed. Afterwards he was near death and has had 19 surgeries as a result of his brain injury. He is a very loving and happy little boy. This good attitude despite the fact that he now Read more about GoFundMe Campaign promoted to help a young Warren resident[…]

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Warren Mayor Jim Fouts to visit fireworks vendors and join police on patrol.

For the 11th consecutive year, Warren Mayor Jim Fouts will be visiting Fireworks vendors shortly before noon today and will be going on Fireworks patrol tonight. Warren Mayor Jim Fouts is the only public official in Michigan to voice opposition to the fireworks law passed by the State Legislature in 2012.  “The new law is a Read more about Warren Mayor Jim Fouts to visit fireworks vendors and join police on patrol.[…]

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Warren Mayor Donates a New Bicycle to a young City of Warren resident.

After 13 year old Noal Schulz’s bicycle was stolen at the city’s Halmich Park this past week, Warren Mayor Jim Fouts sprung to action to provide young Noal with a new bicycle. City of Warren Mayor Jim Fouts will present Noal with a new bicycle on Tuesday, June 18 at 1 p.m. at the Mayor’s Read more about Warren Mayor Donates a New Bicycle to a young City of Warren resident.[…]

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Warren Mayor Directs Immediate Clean-up of 26 City Parks

Warren Mayor James Fouts announces that the city clean–up of the city’s 26 parks will be completed by July 1 with work beginning immediately. Warren Mayor Fouts will hire a full-time parks clean-up coordinator within one week, and all grass cutting and preparation of playground areas will be a priority during June. City of Warren Read more about Warren Mayor Directs Immediate Clean-up of 26 City Parks[…]

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Warren Mayor Honors athletes from De La Salle Collegiate High School

Warren Mayor Jim Fouts will honor members of the De La Salle Collegiate High School golf team following their sixth consecutive county championship. The De La Salle Collegiate High School golf team will be honored by Mayor Fouts for their achievements on Wednesday, May 22 at noon in the Mayor’s Office. “The team’s record of Read more about Warren Mayor Honors athletes from De La Salle Collegiate High School[…]