Here are the headlines that occupied Dearborn News last month:
Title: Unbeaten Dearborn Heights Crestwood playing for ‘father figure’ coach
Via/Date: The Detroit News – October 4, 2018
Information: Crestwood’s football team has a state playoff spot in its back pocket for the first time since 2005, playing its biggest game in more than 25 years Friday night when it faces Dearborn Heights Robichaud in a battle of unbeatens for the Western Wayne Athletic Conference championship.
Title: Dearborn Heights mother of four slain children speaks out
Via/Date: Clickondetroit.com – October 5, 2018
Information: On Sept. 21, 2017, Faith Greens life was shattered to pieces. It was that day her husband Gregory spun into a rage and murdered.
Title: Dearborn Warns Of Possible Brown Water
Via/Date: Patch.com – October 9, 2018
Information: Residents and businesses are advised that on Tuesday, Oct. 9, the City will be bringing a water main back into service over.
Title: Boo Bash Set In Dearborn
Via/Date: Patch.com-October 17, 2018
Information: Tickets are on sale now for the Dearborn Recreation & Parks Department’s Boo Bash on Thursday, Oct. 25.
Title: Man Arrested In Beating, Robbing Of Dearborn Doctor
Via/Date: Patch.com-October 18, 2018
Information: DEARBORN, MI — A Detroit man has been arrested in connection to the Dearborn doctor who was assaulted and robbed at his office Oct. 10.
Title: Dearborn schools left without immediate substitute teachers after company shuts down
Via/Date: Clickondetroit.com – October 23, 2018
Information: After the company that provided substitute teachers abruptly shut down Monday, Dearborn Public Schools are now left without immediate substitute teachers.
Title: General Election Results for Dearborn Heights School Board on Nov. 6, 2018
Via/Date: Clickondetroit.com – October 11, 2018
Information: Michigan General Election results for Dearborn Heights School Board races on Nov. 6, 2018.
Title: Dearborn libraries’ Food for Fines helps feed needy
Via/Date: The Detroit News – October . 24, 2018
Information: Dearborn Public Library visitors can help city firefighters give to families in need and take care of overdue fines starting next week. From Nov. 1-17, the library system is offering the Food for Fines program.
Title: Metro Detroit to host vigils this week after Pittsburgh shooting
Via/Date: Detroit Free Press-October 29, 2018
Information: Dearborn at 12 noon: A vigil to remember the victims of last week’s shootings in … KY, is to take place at University of Michigan-Dearborn.
Title: GM offers buyouts to 18K salaried workers after reporting strong third …
Via/Date: MLive.com-October 31, 2018
Information: The Dearborn, Michigan-based automaker’s restructuring calls for rimming about $25 billion in costs from the automaker’s budget by 2022.