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Police now have Extra Eyes in neighborhoods to help catch criminals in Allen Park - The News-Herald
Every single day and every word you say I’ll be watching you. The Police, a pop-rock group, made a hit out of parts of those lyrics back in 1983 and now the Allen Park police are echoing those words now. However, this time they are meant for criminals.
Southgate Fire Department to receive $38,000 grant for safety upgrades - The News-Herald
The Southgate Fire Department has been awarded with a $38,182 grant for safety and operations upgrades, U.S. Congresswoman Debbie Dingell (D-12th District) announced Wednesday. The Assistance to Firefighters grant, awarded through the U.S. Department of ...
Wyandotte special council meeting called May 5 to consider sale of former school - The News-Herald
A rare daytime special City Council meeting has been scheduled for 11 a.m. May 5 to consider the sale of the McKinley School building. Off and on over the past two to three years, the council has debated the issue of what to do with the former school at ...
Bomb threat at Renton Junior High is seventh in Huron District this year - The News-Herald
Tuesday afternoon yet another bomb threat was written on a bathroom stall at Renton Junior High School in Huron Township. This is the seventh such incident this school year between Huron High School and the junior high. Two eighth grade students were ...
Taylor Police holding annual vigil May 5 - The News-Herald
The Taylor Police will honor their own fallen officers with the fourth annual candlelight vigil at 9 p.m. May 5. The event will be held in front of the police department, 23515 Goddard Road. Light refreshments will be served afterward.
Grosse Ile residents vote in favor of school bond proposal - The News-Herald
Grosse Ile residents voted in favor of a bond proposal Tuesday that will impact every student and school facility in the township. The results were 1,472 “yes” and 818 “no” votes. Officials said the bond proposal will enable the school district to ...
Wyandotte crash victim’s family upset over time it took authorities to notify them of his death - The News-Herald
There’s never a good time or way of hearing your son has been killed in a motorcycle accident. But when a person dies as the result of a traffic crash, police want to be the ones to notify family members. That’s not the way it happened when Christopher ...
Legislation would damage preservation efforts across Michigan - The News-Herald
The recently revised and proposed Michigan House Bill 5232 for "modernization" of historic preservation laws will kill preservation efforts and historic sites in Michigan. Despite recent revisions, creating new historic districts will be nearly impossible.
MDOT fails to seek local input on long-range transportation plan - The News-Herald
To the Editor: Recently the Michigan Department of Transportation released a list of public meetings concerning the state’s long-range transportation plan, which is known as MI Transportation Plan: Moving Michigan Forward. The list included several ...
Grosse Ile refuge manager selected for Conservationist of the Year award - The News-Herald
The manager of the Detroit River International Wildlife Refuge has been presented with the prestigious award of Conservationist of the Year. John Hartig of Grosse Ile was selected for the award through the John Muir Association and the National Park Service.
Huron Township police report 9 crimes between April 25-30 - The News-Herald
No address provided at about 9 p.m. April 26 22900 block of Waltz Road near South Huron Road at about 10:30 p.m. April 29 Assault 22000 block of Cheville Road at about 10 p.m. April 25 22000 block of LeTour Lane at about 3:30 p.m. April 26
Two people bitten by vicious pitbull in Melvindale - The News-Herald
Melvindale Police Officers were called to the 17000 block of Clarann at about 6:30 a.m. April 27 when residents were attacked by a dog they watching at the house. When officers arrived they observed a “vicious” pitbull with blood all over its face and ...
Stolen laptop located and other items off the Melvindale police blotter - The News-Herald
More than $130 worth of various health and beauty supplies were among the items stolen from CVS, 18340 Allen Road at about 7:45 p.m. April 23. Police were called to the 3500 block of Lenore at about 9:30 a.m. to recover a stolen laptop. Using tracking ...
Trenton police arrest two men involved in heroin transaction - The News-Herald
Two men were arrested after police observed a drug transaction occur inside of a glass enclosure at the bus stop on West and Grange roads at about 8 a.m. April 26. Police pulled into the parking lot of 7-Eleven where they observed a 47-year-old Woodhaven ...
Truck sinks into Detroit River; driver uninjured in Trenton - The News-Herald
A man reported submerging his 1998 Ford F-150 while launching his boat at the Elizabeth Park marina launch at about 10 a.m. May 2. Upon arrival, police made contact with the driver who was standing on the dock beside his truck that was submerged in about ...