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Fall Celebration overtakes Wyandotte's third Friday festivities - The News-Herald
The annual Fall Celebration was the theme of the September Third Friday celebration in Wyandotte. The monthly Third Friday events are co-sponsored by the Wyandotte Downtown Development Authority and the Wyandotte Business Association.
Southgate resident unveils Batman stamp at Great Lakes Comic Con - The News-Herald
Southgate resident Daniel Lesperance unveiled the new Batman — Forever stamp at the Great Lakes Comic Con last weekend. Lesperance, who works as a retail manager at the United States Postal Service, unveiled the new Batman — Forever stamp along with ...
Sewage spill shuts down I-94 in Allen Park Saturday - The News-Herald
A sewage spill shut down I-94 in Allen Park Saturday. The Detroit Free Press reports that the incident forced lane closures and caused traficc backups for almost six hours. "It was a mess, literally," Allen Park Police Lt. James Soden told the Free Press.
Centennial Celebration (SLIDESHOW AND VIDEOS) - The News-Herald
Oct. 27, 2014, will mark the 100th anniversary of Grosse Ile as a township. It was on that day that Grosse Ile broke from Monguagon Township and became a separate entity. To commemorate the milestone, residents and business owners came out to Macomb Street ...
TV news anchor to emcee hospital’s Harvest Moon Ball - The News-Herald
Emmy award-winning television news anchor Sherry Margolis will emcee the seventh annual Harvest Moon Ball, which benefits the emergency department at Henry Ford Wyandotte Hospital. The event is on tap from 6:30 to 11 p.m. Oct. 24 at the MGM Grand Hotel in ...
Lincoln refreshes Navigator’s looks and powertrain - The News-Herald
The people who want to buy a full-sized and luxurious sport utility vehicle want two things, say Lincoln officials: space and capability. Owners of these big utes no longer buy them because they are cool and make the other neighborhood moms sick with envy.
Fear, first introductions among many reasons why pets fight - The News-Herald
Does the term "fighting like cats and dogs" strike a chord with you? If so, keep in mind there are ways to make your home more peaceful and your pets' behavior less stressful for the both of you. Animals can fight for many reasons. Some common reasons are ...
Parents need to rethink children’s diets today - The News-Herald
We are living in a mixed-up world. It often seems that our idea of right and wrong has gone out the window — from the lyrics of songs on the radio, language on TV and celebrities making fools of themselves — not to mention the way the government ...
Craft shows - The News-Herald
Holiday craft fair; 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Oct. 25; First United Methodist Church, 28400 Evergreen, Flat Rock; local crafters and vendors, including Tupperware, Avon, 31, Lilla Rose, Scentsy and more. Art and craft show; 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Nov. 2; Downriver ...
In uniform - The News-Herald
Patrick Gordon Anton (Rick) Snyder, 44, son of Terry and Sharon Snyder of Lincoln Park, recently was accepted into the Chief Petty Officers of the U.S. Navy. A 1988 Lincoln Park High School graduate, he entered the Navy in 1995 and was named a chief petty ...
Burglary suspect found inside Allen Park home with pockets full of jewelry - The News-Herald
A 54-year-old Ecorse man was arrested for breaking into a home on the 15000 block of Cleophus Avenue Oct. 9, after police found him inside the residence with his pockets filled with jewelry and other stolen items. Allen Park units were dispatched to the ...
Volunteers of America to hold ground breaking on senior housing in Taylor - The News-Herald
Volunteers of America will hold a ground breaking on its Heritage Park Senior Village at 11 a.m. Wednesday. The 77-unit independent living complex is for low-income seniors ages 62 and up. The complex will be on about five acres at 22430 Superior Road at ...
Superintendent discusses reasons for downgrade of bond rating - The News-Herald
A variety of factors led to Moody’s Investors Service downgrading the district’s bond rating from a high grade to an “upper medium” grade, as released this week, according to Supt. William Eis. The higher the district’s bond rating, the lower the ...
'Dump the Junk, Find a Treasure' to be held this weekend - The News-Herald
The Open Space/Greenways Committee will sponsor a Dump the Junk, Find a Treasure event from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Oct. 18 and 19 at the Department of Public Services yard on Groh Road. Large trash receptacles will be available for residents to dispose of items ...
Pizza for Polio: Flat Rock, Grosse Ile Rotary Clubs plan fundraiser - The News-Herald
Rotary International will hold a joint fundraiser in Flat Rock and Grosse Ile Township to help eradicate polio around the world. A percentage of pizza sales on Oct. 24 from several participating locations will go directly toward providing polio vaccines in ...