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Students accepted to summer dance programs; girl continues filming with 'Dance Moms' - The News-Herald
Dance Grosse Ile and its students have a lot in plan for this summer. Student Mari Dudash continues to film episodes with the hit TV show “Dance Moms” on the Lifetime Network. She also was invited to dance at a benefit in Los Angeles this June.
New Rockwood councilman takes over seat after member resigns - The News-Herald
Brian Smith had been making plans to earn his way onto the Rockwood City Council in November, but that plan was put on the fast track. The recent resignation of former Councilman Kenneth Browne opened the door for Smith, and he stepped right in. Although a ...
Carlson High School soccer teams host golf outing to raise money - The News-Herald
On May 17, Carlson High School hosted a golf outing at Lakes of Taylor to raise money for the boys' and girls' soccer programs and athletic booster club. SLIDESHOW: Photos from the golf outing It was the inaugural year for the event, spearheaded by Carlson ...
Melvindale, Allen Park police team up to arrest fleeing suspects - The News-Herald
Two men were arrested on several charges May 14 after fleeing from police in the 17600 block of Dix Avenue in Melvindale. Melvindale police were dispatched to a motel in the area for a larceny report around 9:20 a.m., according to the police report.
Man caught stealing diabetic testers in Allen Park claims he was blackmailed - The News-Herald
A 27-year-old Monroe man who was arrested May 12 for shoplifting at the Meijer store at Fairlane Green said he was blackmailed into doing it. The man entered the store around 2:50 p.m. and selected two Accu-Chek diabetic test strip packages, worth a total ...
Trenton police reported 8 crimes between May 10 and 16 - The News-Herald
Fort Street and Benson Road at 12:56 a.m. May 16 Fort Street and Harrison Avenue at 11:48 p.m. May 12 Intimidation, stalking 1900 block of Marian Drive at 8:18 p.m. May 14 3100 block of Maxwell Avenue at 6 p.m. May 10
Academic All-Stars at Lincoln Park High School - The News-Herald
Advice to underclassmen: “Don't be afraid to aim for the stars: if you are not scared of your goal, it isn't high enough.” Continued... Advice to underclassmen: “Get involved in high school activities. They are great opportunities to meet new people ...
Brownstown's Little Free Library expected to have big impact on children - The News-Herald
The library is now open for business. There will be no searching through reference numbers for books or walking up and down aisles to hunting for materials. Everything visitors need will be right at their fingertips. A dedication ceremony was held Tuesday ...
Roosevelt honors top graduates; students pay tribute to favorite staff members - The News-Herald
Last year at this time, Catherine Cost was making the transition to becoming the school district’s next superintendent. It was the final Superintendent’s Dinner for Carla Harting, who was retiring, but Harting invited Cost to participate in what has ...
Federal government bans providing certain military equipment to local police departments - The News-Herald
Nearly seven months after releasing a list of military vehicles, weapons and equipment available to police departments through the U.S. Defense Department’s weapons for cops program, President Barack Obama issued an executive order Monday banning certain ...
Wayne County Commission Chairman Woronchak celebrates seniors with 17th annual conference - The News-Herald
Wayne County Commission Chairman Gary Woronchak (left) presents a certificate of appreciation to Charlie Langton – WJBK-TV and WWJ-AM legal analyst, reporter and weekend anchor – after he served as the featured speaker at Woronchak’s 17th annual ...
Academic All-Stars at Cabrini High School - The News-Herald
Major: English and education; perhaps a minor in creative writing or gender studies to boot! Career plans: I want to be someone's Mr. Keating! I can't wait to get out of high school just to go back to high school! When I'm not drowning in papers to grade ...
Academic All-Stars at Truman High School - The News-Herald
Activities: Class vice president, Youth in Government president, student council member, DECA member, Link Crew leader, National Honor Society member, varsity soccer, and varsity cheerleading. Career plans: I plan on studying accounting at the University ...
Academic All-Stars at Flat Rock Community High School - The News-Herald
Most memorable high school experience: “Protesting a controversial display about domestic violence. Whether my peers agreed with me or not, I managed to get the whole school talking about the issue for several days. It was very rewarding to see young ...
Thunderbowl Arena to host pro wrestling events every other Tuesday starting May 26 - The News-Herald
The Thunderbowl Arena in Allen Park will be hosting professional wrestling events every other Tuesday starting May 26. Seven matches in total will be held throughout the summer, featuring well-known wrestlers such as Midwest Pro Wrestling Alliance ...