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Former Trenton student publishes book benefiting wildlife refuge - The News-Herald
A former Trenton High School student recently published a children’s book titled “Humbug Marsh: A Wetland Symphony.” Elizabeth Hartig, 24, of Wyandotte graduated from Trenton High School in 2008, and then continued her education at the University of ...

Speed limits raised on Fort Street in Southgate, Wyandotte and Lincoln Park - The News-Herald
Many motorists were pleasantly surprised to see a new speed limit in place on Fort Street in Southgate, Wyandotte and Lincoln Park. The roadway is now 45 miles per hour between Eureka and Southfield roads, 40 miles per hour between Southfield and Outer ...

Dingell launches ‘Sending Smiles to Vets’ program - The News-Herald
Freshman U.S. Rep. Debbie Dingell (D-12th District) is expanding a program she started for Valentine’s Day into a year round tradition. In February she launched “Valentines for Veterans,” where she teamed up with local elementary students, and others ...

Men arrested for allegedly stealing scrap copper at Riverside Osteopathic Hospital in Trenton - The News-Herald
Police arrested two men for allegedly stealing scrap copper at the former Riverside Osteopathic Hospital at about 3:30 a.m. March 4. According to Police Chief Steven Voss, a resident in the neighborhood observed two men loading something into their truck ...

Wyandotte school officials compromise with students upset about painted-over murals - The News-Herald
The school district has reached a compromise with students who were upset with the administration for painting over murals at Roosevelt High School. Administrators say it was a misunderstanding over the intent. “We didn’t set out to destroy art ...

Deja Vu: Dresses for resale should be dropped off by March 3 - The News-Herald
The sixth annual “Déjà Vu Prom Dress Resale” event will be held in March at the Grosse Ile Golf and Country Club. Through the event, which is sponsored by the Grosse Ile High School Athletic Booster Club, sellers keep a 70 percent profit on dresses ...

Test swing of county bridge to be conducted - The News-Herald
A test swing of the Wayne County bridge to Grosse Ile will be conducted at 10:30 a.m. March 5. The swing is expected to take about 10 minutes to complete. The test swing is being conducted to assure that the bridge operates properly in advance of the ...

Resident sues township after being ticketed for location of RV - The News-Herald
Thomas Burkhart has filed a civil rights violation lawsuit against Grosse Ile Township, the township supervisor, the Police Department and township ordinance officer Anthony Gray, after he was asked to move his RV and later ticketed. Burkhart, who is ...

Recreation Notes: Dog training, Fitgirl classes added to programs - The News-Herald
The Grosse Ile Township Recreation Department offers a variety of classes and programs. Call 1-734-675-2364 to learn more about these and other offerings. A new offering through the Grosse Ile Recreation Department is Fitgirl Fitness classes, which will be ...

Grosse Ile competitive cheer team misses state-qualifying finish for first time since 2000 - The News-Herald
For the first time since the year 2000, Grosse Ile will not be going to the state finals. At Division 3 regionals Saturday at Davison, the Red Devils competitive cheer team finished seventh with a score of 755.82. To qualify for the state finals, teams ...

Your Letters: Vote 'yes' on sinking fund, bond for schools - The News-Herald
School funding is complicated and confusing. Just think back to the gubernatorial campaign last fall with conflicting claims of increased versus decreased spending for K-12 education. School funding is, to a very large extent, controlled by the state of ...

Commentary: Protect your pet from poisoning - The News-Herald
The best way to prevent accidental pet poisonings is to know what is poisonous and keeping them out of your pet’s reach. Much like childproofing your home, pet poison proofing saves lots of heartaches and money. The next key is to know how to handle a ...

Island Eye: Islander raises money for charity through wine tasting events - The News-Herald
Claudia Poigne-Klamm’s heart is in raising money for good causes Branching off from her part-time job as cashier at Kroger and running a Day Spa, Claudia Poigne-Klamm now offers an opportunity to raise funds for good causes like preventing homelessness ...

Daylight saving time begins on Sunday - The News-Herald
It's that time of year again. Daylight saving time begins at 2 a.m. Sunday, March 8. Be sure to set your clock ahead one hour from 2 to 3 a.m. It's also a good time to change batteries in your home's smoke detectors. The Michigan Department of ...

Your Letters: Successful blood drive could help 100 people - The News-Herald
As part of the Kiwanis International effort to gather 100 pints of blood for the 100th anniversary of Kiwanis, the Kiwanis Club of Grosse Ile hosted a blood drive on Jan. 10 at the VFW hall on Macomb. As a community service club, hosting a blood drive was ...

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