Following Tuesday’s Detroit City Council meeting, several local business owners, nonprofit leaders and other community members met and laid the groundwork for a group that will coordinate community events and facilitate economic growth.

Detroit hopes to add a fire engine to its fire department, and the city on Tuesday took the first steps to hopefully securing state grant money to help in that endeavor.

DETROIT — A temporary agreement of access and indemnification will provide relief for a situation at the city’s ballparks that city officials have called a “safety risk.”

Recent alterations made to the section of the Northeast Texas Trail near Detroit’s city baseball fields have upset members of the city’s government and have left them searching for more information on the matter.

DETROIT — A petition started by City Secretary Tami Nix to preserve the town’s local baseball fields from alterations made as part of the Rails to Trails project has garnered more than 400 signatures in only a week.

The 2019-20 Detroit FFA Show Team will host its sign-up during its Tuesday meeting at 6:30 p.m. in the high school/middle school cafeteria, 110 E. Garner St.

Paris police said Dakota Wayne Boyett, 23, of Detroit, is facing a new drug charge after he was stopped Thursday evening in the 3800 block of Lamar Avenue.