Here are the headlines that occupied Dearborn News last month:
More than 700 earn degrees from University of Michigan-Dearborn
New graduates encouraged to recognize the importance of choices and the people who assisted them on their educational journeys
Dearborn troop to be first in Michigan to induct girls into Boy Scouts of America program
February will be an historic month for not only the Boy Scouts of America, but also for Dearborn’s oldest Scout troop.
McDougal Companies out of Reagor-Dykes restructuring plans
In a surprising move from McDougal Companies, officials sent a news release saying they’re “ceasing discussions in the Reagor-Dykes Auto Group bankruptcy.”
Dearborn Heights Police seek man who fraudulently withdrew money from ATM
Dearborn Heights police are looking for man who fraudulently withdraw money from a victim’s bank account earlier this month.
Dearborn Heights libraries thriving, despite digital world
In Dearborn Heights, the libraries are not only surviving – they’re thriving. On any given day, quiet rooms and computer work stations attract streams of visitors to the John F. Kennedy, Jr., and Caroline Kennedy libraries.
Dearborn Heights looking for volunteers to join the Commission on Women and Girls
Last year the City of Dearborn Heights approved a new women’s commission, but so far it hasn’t been formed.
Mayor Daniel Paletko made a request for qualified applicants to join the at a recent council meeting.
Suspected thief tries to rob Lincoln Park man; gets punched in the face
At around 1:40 a.m. Jan. 24, a man living in the 1600 block of Progress Avenue heard his dogs barking. When he walked out the front door, the man located a suspect — a 5 foot, 9 inch man with a thin build and curly hair — “ransacking” his vehicle from the front passenger side while it sat parked in the driveway.
Slow-burning fire causes $100,000 damage to Allen Park house
A slow-burning blaze that broke out at an Allen Park house while the owners were out of town is being called a “near total loss.”
Dearborn city council faces coalition push for clean air ordinance
A joint effort by local advocates and state legislators has raised the subject of a city ordinance to address pollution with the Dearborn, Mich., city council.
Dearborn patrol officer to be honored with $2,500 award, grant for animal welfare work
The Officer Collin Rose Memorial Foundation announced its selection of a Dearborn police officer, Cpl. Jennifer Janiga, as the inaugural recipient of the Collin Rose Memorial K-9 Safety Award on Wednesday.