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The Michigan Legislature is poised to take up legislation to eliminate personal property tax on Wednesday.
The Democrat-backed slate of candidates seeking terms on the state’s highest court made their case for support to University of Michigan-Dearborn students this month.
The planned “Stand Up For Religious Freedom” event will feature Archbishop Allen Vigneron, who will speak at Dearborn City Hall on Saturday, Oct. 20.
Amid concerns that the Library Commission might be overstepping its role, commissioners voted to wait another month to ask the Michigan Legislature to add libraries to a list of venues where loaded weapons are prohibited.
Candyce Abbatt, a long-time library commission, will serve until the end of the year, after which her family will move out of Dearborn.
Two incumbents and one familiar face made their case for election to the Dearborn Board of Education at a forum this week sponsored by the League of Women Voters of Dearborn/Dearborn Heights.
With city funds on the wane and no professional staff, the Dearborn Historical Museum is looking for ways to thrive in uncertain times.
How can the City of Dearborn lure more employees to live inside city limits?
The Dearborn Housing Authority is grappling with the realities of greater need for subsidized housing, with less resources to help.
With last winter’s record snowfall in the history books, Dearborn’s Public Works department said there are no losses in resources that would deter plowing this winter.
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