Syma Chowdhry, WXYZ Detroit

Syma Chowdhry

WXYZ Detroit

Detroit, MI, United States

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Past articles by Syma:

New phase begins in restoration of Eastern Market's St. Joseph Shrine

Now to an update of a story we first brought to you in October, a church in Eastern Market is one step closer to marching a grant for renovations. → Read More

Mount Clemens candy store once struggling during the pandemic bounces back with plans to expand

You may remember a candy shop in Mount Clemens featured on a We’re Open segment back in December. → Read More

Restaurant hopes for successful Valentine's Day in midst of COVID-19 pandemic

In today’s We’re Open Detroit we’re focusing on ways to show some love to your “hunny” while showing some love to our local businesses. → Read More

Indoor dining restrictions leads metro Detroit restaurant group to offer at-home options

We know Super Bowl, Valentine’s Day and St. Patrick’s Day are all busy events for bars and restaurants. → Read More

Family prepares to move to Spain months after COVID-19 delayed their plans to be missionaries

Imagine making life-changing plans, that include quitting your job and moving your family overseas, then the pandemic put everything to a stop. → Read More

Some restaurants say they won't open for in-person dining on Monday

Call it a tale of two restaurants. Even though indoor dining can resume Monday at 25% capacity, some business owners are weighing the pros and cons. → Read More

Michigan politicians react to Biden administration's order combating racism toward Asian communities

President Biden has signed an executive order directing federal agencies to combat racism against Asian American communities amid the pandemic. The goal is to end xenophobia and hate crimes. → Read More

Bernie Sanders meme used in new book created by metro Detroit entrepreneur

If you can’t get enough of the picture of Sen. Bernie Sanders sitting in the cold during the inauguration on Jan. 20, then you will love this story! → Read More

Oxford police helping local Girl Scout raise money to build barn owl houses

A local girl is on a mission to help barn owls, and the Oxford Police Department is calling on the community to help. → Read More

Tips on maintaining your New Year's health resolutions during the pandemic

It's a new year and many people are making resolutions to get healthier in 2021. That journey doesn’t have to be difficult. → Read More

Metro Detroit's 'Kid Santa' surpasses gift-giving goal with celebrity support

A Dearborn Heights man had been working hard to make sure children in metro Detroit have an amazing Christmas morning. → Read More

Eastpointe neighbor spots porch pirates, tracks them down to recover items

Porch pirates target homes throughout the year, but especially during the holidays as online shopping increases during the gift-giving season. → Read More

Business offers to ship famous local food items to anywhere in the country

Many folks have had to cancel their travel plans this year because of the pandemic. That includes people who wanted to come to visit Michigan. → Read More

Community rallies to save store featured on 7 Action News' We're Open Detroit report

We have a great update to a We’re Open Detroit story we did first brought you on Friday. → Read More

We're Open Detroit: Popular Macomb County sweet shop needs help to stay in business

In today’s We’re Open Detroit, a retro candy shop in Macomb County is on the brink of closing its doors for good. → Read More

Virtual pitch competition offers $25K to get your business started

With the economic issues surrounding the pandemic, it might be difficult to start up a new business. → Read More

Detroit small business remains positive amid the pandemic

Even though Small Business Saturday is behind us, there is a push to shop local this holiday season. Many businesses in our neighborhoods are hurting this year because of the pandemic. → Read More

Grosse Pointe historical website gets revamp from local high school students

A website that’s all about history in and around the Grosse Pointe area will soon be updated thanks to a group of high schoolers. → Read More

TSA safety recommendations for those who plan to travel for the holidays

We are less than a week away from what’s usually one of the busiest air travel days of the year. The Centers for Disease Control is now recommending folks not to travel during the Thanksgiving holiday. → Read More

Michiganders may consider crossing border into Ohio for dine-in options during 3-week pause

With the new restrictions in place, if you want to eat out your only options are carry-out or outdoor seating. → Read More