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Big changes coming to Lincoln Park Fire Department under emergency manager's financial plan - The News-Herald
The Lincoln Park Fire Department will either become part of a “fire authority” with neighboring communities or will contract out all emergency medical services under a plan devised by emergency manager Brad Coulter. Coulter submitted the plan to the ...
Southgate police looking for missing teenager - The News-Herald
A 13-year-old Southgate resident is missing, according to WXYZ-TV. Carole Joy Shaeffer went missing three days ago from her house in the 14000 block of Windermere, according to WXYZ. Public Safety Director Thomas Coombs was not immediately available for ...
Police take alleged drug paraphernalia from Grosse Ile house, arrest father and son (UPDATED) - The News-Herald
Grosse Ile police raided a house on Byromar on Aug. 14 and found an array of alleged drug paraphernalia, including many items allegedly used to make Butane Honey Oil, a highly concentrated form of marijuana. Six people were arrested, including the ...
Crest Ford, Carlson High School raise funds with Drive 4UR School - The News-Herald
Dan Pasavento, Kyle Nanney, Chad Lipto and Jim Glover stand with a check for $3,600 for Carlson High School at Crest Ford. Crest Ford and Carlson High School raised the funds with the Drive 4UR School program. All funds raised through the program directly ...
‘Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice’ set to film Downriver - The News-Herald
The blockbuster comic-book movie “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice” will be filming Downriver soon, according to an unnamed source at River Rouge City Hall and other media reports. The employee, who did not give her name, said negotiations have been ...
Fitness studio to host benefit car wash - The News-Herald
An upcoming car wash and family fun day will benefit a Flat Rock family dealing with cancer. 3d Fit Studio, 3214 W. Jefferson Ave., Trenton, will hold the event from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Aug. 30, and a portion of the proceeds will help benefit the Skira ...
Southgate won’t be dumping grounds for Madison Heights' trash - The News-Herald
A Local 4 News broadcast on Aug. 20 incorrectly identified Southgate as a potential temporary storage site for trash coming from Madison Heights. According to the broadcast, a site in Madison Heights temporarily is being used to store trash from the recent ...
Reader takes issue with city’s ban of bikes, dogs in Wyandotte parks - The News-Herald
To the Editor: I would like to respond to an article written by Staff Writer Jim Kasuba on July 27, 2014 “Police respond to complaints of prohibited behavior at Bishop Park.” First of all, I can appreciate the fact that there are laws and we should ...
Henry Ford Health System launches app for ordering, managing medications - The News-Herald
Henry Ford Health System has launched a free app for patients to order and manage their medications. The Henry Ford Rx app is available to patients who use Henry Ford’s 28 retail pharmacies throughout metropolitan Detroit. It allows patients to: The user ...
Three things to do tomorrow, Aug. 22 - The News-Herald
Every day, things to do Downriver will be listed on TheNewsHerald.com. Send event ideas to [email protected]
-The Allen Park farmers market will be open from 1 to 6 p.m. Aug. 22 at the Park Avenue parking lot between Harrison and McLain.