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New Warren Diversity Coordinator Has 44 Years of Experience

New Warren Diversity Coordinator Has 44 Years of Experience George N. Anthony, Jr., the new diversity coordinator for the city, has 44 years experience in a variety of positions, and is a member of The National Organization of Black Law Enforcement Executives (NOBLE). (see attached photo and bio). A graduate of Wayne State University with Read more about New Warren Diversity Coordinator Has 44 Years of Experience[…]

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The City of Warren Joins Litigation Against Big Pharma In Nationwide Opioid Case

The City of Warren Joins Litigation Against Big Pharma In Nationwide Opioid Case The City of Warren is the second city in Michigan and the first in Macomb County to join a nationwide lawsuit that targets large pharmaceutical firms for grossly excessive opioid prescription rates and for enormous amounts of diversion in the supply chain. Warren Read more about The City of Warren Joins Litigation Against Big Pharma In Nationwide Opioid Case[…]

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UM-Dearborn’s Research Recognizes Warren For Developing A Positive Entrepreneurial Climate

The University of Michigan-Dearborn’s iLabs’ eCities Research Recognizes Warren For Developing A Positive Entrepreneurial Climate   Warren has been recognized for its successes and efforts in contributing to Michigan’s entrepreneurial growth and economic development in the annual eCities study conducted by researchers at iLabs, University of Michigan-Dearborn’s Center for Innovation Research. The City of Warren Read more about UM-Dearborn’s Research Recognizes Warren For Developing A Positive Entrepreneurial Climate[…]

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Warren City Hall Lights Up to bring recognition and support the National Drunk and Impaired Driving Awareness Month

 Warren City Hall Lights Up to bring recognition and support the National Drunk and Impaired Driving Awareness Month Since 2012, December has been designated as National Impaired Driving Prevention Month to bring awareness about this issue and to help promote responsible decision-making and encourage young people to live free of drugs and alcohol. Warren Mayor Read more about Warren City Hall Lights Up to bring recognition and support the National Drunk and Impaired Driving Awareness Month[…]

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Warren City Hall Lights Up Purple in solidarity with the National Crohn’s and Colitis Awareness Month

Warren City Hall Lights Up Purple in solidarity with the National Crohn’s and Colitis Awareness Month   December is National Crohn’s and Colitis Awareness Month and our chance to raise awareness of Crohn’s and Colitis and shine a light on lives of people who impacted it. Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis impact every aspect of Read more about Warren City Hall Lights Up Purple in solidarity with the National Crohn’s and Colitis Awareness Month[…]

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42 Warren Caregivers To Be Honored for their dedication and energy.

42 Warren Caregivers To Be Honored for their dedication and energy.  Forty-two Warren caregivers will be honored at the 1st Annual Caregivers Recognition Ceremony on Thursday, November 30 at noon in the first floor conference room at Warren City Hall. Warren Mayor James Fouts said the caregivers to be honored include spouses, grandchildren, friends and neighbors who volunteered or are Read more about 42 Warren Caregivers To Be Honored for their dedication and energy.[…]

84 Warren Church Leaders Sign up for Meeting To Prevent Mass Shooting

84 Warren Church Leaders Sign up for Meeting To Prevent Mass Shooting   Eighty-four leaders from churches in Warren have signed up to attend a special informational meeting by police to prevent mass shootings. Sponsored by Mayor Jim Fouts and Police Commissioner Bill Dwyer, the meeting will be held Wednesday, November 29 at 1 p.m. in Read more about 84 Warren Church Leaders Sign up for Meeting To Prevent Mass Shooting[…]

Commissioner Dwyer and Mayor Fouts are committed to keeping our places of worship safe.

Commissioner Dwyer and Mayor Fouts are committed to keeping our places of worship safe. Warren Mayor James Fouts and Warren Police Commissioner William Dwyer are deeply concerned with the mass shooting that occurred on November 5, 2017 at the First Baptist Church in Sutherland Springs, Texas.   To help ensure that an incident of this magnitude Read more about Commissioner Dwyer and Mayor Fouts are committed to keeping our places of worship safe.[…]

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Warren Schedules Informational Meeting November 29 for Churches to Prevent Mass Shooting

Warren Schedules Informational Meeting November 29 for Churches to Prevent Mass Shooting Warren Mayor Jim Fouts and Police Commissioner Bill Dwyer have scheduled a meeting with church leaders to discuss preventative measures on mass shooting. The meeting will be held Wednesday, November 29 at 1 p.m. in the first-floor conference room in city hall. “We need to ensure the Read more about Warren Schedules Informational Meeting November 29 for Churches to Prevent Mass Shooting[…]