Here are the headlines that occupied Dearborn News last month:
Body found at Dearborn Heights Taco Bell
The Dearborn Heights Police Department confirmed Wednesday morning that a body was found in a car in the parking lot at a Taco Bell in Dearborn.
Conductor search launches Dearborn Symphony’s 57th Season
Three guest conductors – Steven Jarvi, Jason Alteri and Nick Palmer – finalists in the Dearborn Symphony’s Music Director search, will play pivotal roles in the 2018 – 2019 season.
Dearborn Heights police looking for man who used counterfeit money
The Dearborn Heights Police Department is seeking the public’s help in identifying a man who allegedly used a counterfeit bill to pay at English Gardens.
Dearborn Libraries Now Digitize Old Photos, Records
DEARBORN, MI — The Dearborn Public Library is offering a handy new service to its cardholders now. Library goers can now back-up old photographs, VHS tapes and records for free at the digitization lab at the library.
Revisit The Classics At Dearborn Library
The free book discussion group “Classics Revisited” will be returning this fall at the Henry Ford Centennial Library, 16301 Michigan Ave., in the Ford Collection Room from 7 to 8 p.m. on the dates listed below. All sessions are open to the public and no registration is required.
Farbman Group Brokers $1.5M Sale of Office Building in Dearborn, Michigan
NAI Farbman has arranged the sale of a 35,800-square-foot office building in Dearborn for $1.5 million. The property, originally built in 1972 and formerly the United Airlines building, spans two stories on a 4.5-acre site at 17501 Michigan Ave.
Staffing changes shake up roles in Dearborn Heights
A pair of longtime Dearborn Heights employees recently switched roles, but those job changes don’t appear to have been welcomed as one official has already resigned from his new position.
A night inside one of University of MIchigan-Dearborn’s ‘toughest’ classes
The first 15 minutes of Kaitlyn Harder’s Healthcare and the Law class usually aren’t spent talking about healthcare or the law, though either topic would be fair game.
Dearborn Fire Department Gets $600K Grant For Training, Equipment
The Dearborn Fire Department has received nearly $600,000 in grant money, the city announced. The department is a recipient in the latest round of Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) grants for first responders. The $592,215 grant, announced Aug. 1, will be used for equipment and training.
Sell Your Treasures At Dearborn’s Trunk Sale
Vendors from all over the area will be selling anything from antiques to modern trinkets right out of the trunk of their cars at the Dearborn Historical Museum’s second Trunk Sale on Saturday, Aug. 11 from 9 a.m. – 2 p.m. at the McFadden Ross House, 915 Brady.