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Graffiti remains on wall in Lincoln Park neighborhood for six months - The News-Herald
Theresa Minton didn’t like having her 81-year-old mother sit in their front yard in Lincoln Park and look across the street at obscenities and gang symbols on the sound barrier wall that separates the neighborhood from I-75. The graffiti stayed on the ...
Hot happenings Downriver help squeeze remaining fun out of summer - The News-Herald
Summer is winding down and back-to-school supplies already are showing up in stores, but there’s still plenty of time to have fun before classes and full-time work duties return. Following are some highlights of the major summer events offered in August ...
Jazz on the River brings smooth sounds to Trenton waterfront - The News-Herald
A jazz heavyweight will headline the 19th annual Jazz on the River festival, set for Aug. 2 and 3 at Elizabeth Park along the Trenton waterfront. Jazz vocalist Al Jarreau leads the way on the two-day lineup of nationally known jazz greats. Known for his ...
With deadline approaching, Taylor Fire Department applies for SAFER grant extension - The News-Herald
Taylor interim Fire Chief Dan Reynolds officially appealed July 23 for an extension of a federal fire grant. That day marked the start of the 30-day period for the city to submit its request to the Federal Emergency Management Agency. It also marked the ...
Leading the way: Youngest councilman in Taylor’s history makes impact - The News-Herald
Six months into Alex Garza’s first term as Taylor city councilman, it’s hard to believe that every day is history in the making. That’s because Garza, 20, is the city’s youngest-ever member of the City Council, yet he hardly acts like it.
Country on the River to rock Trenton waterfront - The News-Herald
The riverfront will be rocking as the third annual Country on the River takes over July 26 at Elizabeth Park in Trenton. The free country music festival features headliners Lonestar and Lincoln Park native Ty Stone among others on the daylong lineup.
TRACK AND FIELD: Grosse Ile’s Chamberlain celebrates a season of success - The News-Herald
When it’s her turn, she steps up to her starting spot and everything else disappears. She goes up onto her tippy toes three times. Deep breaths while thinking; speed, drive, confidence. She visualizes herself going over the bar and tells herself, “you ...
Grosse Ile trustee plans to open Massage Envy at location of former restaurant - The News-Herald
A Massage Envy is slated to open this November in the home of a former well-known family restaurant. Once home to Uncle Harry’s, at 18768 West Road, Massage Envy will be franchised by Grosse Ile resident Lauren Smith. “I wanted to bring one to this ...
Grosse Ile woman struck by vehicle while in-line skating - The News-Herald
A Grosse Ile woman is in critical, but stable condition after being struck by a vehicle while she was in-line skating in Romulus. Police were called to the location at Middlebelt Road near Leroy at about 10:30 p.m. July 24. According to police, the woman ...
Briefly: Fourth Sunday program kicks off with July 27 trolley ride - The News-Herald
The Grosse Ile Historical Society’s Fourth Sundays program is back. The program will kick off from 2 to 4 p.m. July 27 with a trolley ride around the island to view the homes honoring the Society’s Centennial Home Program. Reservations are required ...