Category: LOCAL NEWS

Dearbon Resident Starts Petition to Make Intersection Safer

Jessica from Dearborn Patch wrote: When most people see a car speeding through their neighborhood, they shake their head and say, "Someday, someone is going to get hurt." But others resolve to try to do something to change it. Dearborn resident Haya Bacharouch is concerned that the lack of stop signs at an intersection in ...

Judge strongly tells attorney he can’t join halal class-action lawsuit

Press and Guide reported: By Joe Slezak Press & Guide Newspapers Twitter: @joeslezak1 She ordered Moughni to turn over a list of those who posted statements about the case, those who “liked” his post and all information in each response, including names and contact information. Macdonald also said she reserves the right to refer Moughni ...

The Traffic Scoop: Five Dearborn Traffic Areas to Avoid

Dearborners know that if your destination is through these parts, take an alternate route! 5. Ford Road and Oakman Boulevard: Prepare for outrageously long traffic lights, heavy car flow, and never-ending turn signals. Take Oakman to Miller or to Michigan Ave. instead. 4. Michigan Avenue (Between Oakman and Schlaff): It’s the traffic light alley of ...

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Federal Authorities Settle Lawsuit From MI Muslim

CAIR-MI today welcomes the resolution of a No Fly List case in which a paralyzed Michigan Muslim was denied permission to fly when seeking medical assistance. In November 2012, CAIR-MI joined Arab American Civil Rights League (ACRL) President Nabih Ayad during a press conference announcing a federal lawsuit on behalf of Jamal Rizk of Dearborn ...

Dearborn’s Henry Hotel Named Best in State

http://dearborn.patch.com/articles/dearborns-henry-hotel-named-best-in-the-state

UFM-Dearborn Introduces 35 New Student Organizations

http://michiganjournal.org/2013/02/05/um-dearborn-introduces-35-new-student-organizations/ The University of Michigan-Dearborn has made additions to the campus’s student life this year in the form of 35 new recognized student organizations. A variety of new student organizations are on campus, from those based around athletics, community service, religion, and recreation. “I’m very proud of where this campus is heading,” said Fareed Shalhout, ...

Not So Fast: Dearborn Attorney Challenges McDonald’s Halal Lawsuit Agreement

Deadline Detroit reported the following: Some Muslims in Metro Detroit are dissatisfied with a proposed lawsuit settlement by McDonald's in a case involving mislabeled food, Niraj Warikoo reports in the Free Press. They're contesting how money will be divided from a tentative $700,000 settlement over complaints that a Dearborn location sold non-halal chicken advertised as ...