Category: LOCAL NEWS

Letter From The City of Dearborn Reminding Residents of Fireworks Rules

DEARBORN, Mich. – As Fourth of July approaches, Dearborn residents are reminded to follow state and local laws regarding the purchase and use of fireworks, as well as to exercise extreme caution.

The W Institute Launches in Dearborn

The W Institute launched on June 21st, founding its home in Dearborn, Michigan. The W Institute is a modern, welcoming, creative space for facilitating lifelong learning to accommodate the needs and aspirations of the community through education and arts.​

$500 Reward for Catching The Dearborn Night Firework Bombers

Yesterday, it has been reported by several citizens living in East Dearborn of a car passing between residential houses between 1AM and 2AM throwing some sort of illegal firework that caused a large explosion, shaking houses, triggering car alarms, waking neighbors, and scaring children.

Zagster Bike Share Comes to Dearborn

Last week, as I was on my way to catch an Amtrak train to Ann Arbor, I noticed something peculiar at the Dingell Transit Center in Dearborn. Lined up in front of the train station was a row of Zagster bikes, similar to the ones used by quicken loans employees in Downtown Detroit.

Call Dearborn Police When You See or Hear Illegal Fireworks 3139433030

Dearborn residents are encouraged to call 313-943-3030 to anonymously report unsafe or illegal fireworks activity in their neighborhood, or to call 9-1-1 if there is a dangerous or emergency situation.

Another Speeding Fatality in Dearborn

Another fatal accident in Dearborn. The cycle of dangerous driving continues. May they Rest In Peace. Our condolences to the family.

TCD Rides with Dearborn Police to Crack Down on Speeding Cars and Drag Racing

TCD (The City of Dearborn) is a social media site put together by few Arab American young residents of the City of Dearborn. They drive around and try to capture stories as they happen, and capture real time videos of the different action taking place in the city of Dearborn.

GenEd: The “Suckiest” Generation

So then, let us talk about this “new generation”. Pause for a moment. Sit back, close your eyes, and answer the following question: “Describe this ‘new generation’ in one or two words”. So what did you come up with? “Spoiled”? “Entitled?” “Disrespectful”? I posed this question to adults (ages 30-65). They replied: “Lost cause.” “Products.” ...