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Mohamed Haidar, a student at Henry Ford Community College, is suffering from a rare genetic condition affecting his kidneys.
Family-friendly games and activities will take place on Aug. 27-28 during the annual American Cancer Society fundraiser.
The public can turn in unwanted prescription drugs at the Dearborn Police Department on April 27.
The annual fundraiser for the American Cancer Society takes place April 27-28 and is open to the public.
The April 20 event in Dearborn features the Little River Band and autographed guitars from Grammy Award-winning musicians.
Topics at the conference include immigration reform, foreclosure prevention and workers’ rights.
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We asked Patch readers on Facebook how they feel about USPS cutting Saturday mail delivery. Do you agree with their opinions?
Arts, Breast Cancer Awareness
Win tickets to see the Detroit Symphony Orchestra on Thursday in Southfield just by telling us about your favorite classical music.
Breast Cancer Awareness
The Dearborn nonprofit invites members of the community to join their team for the May event.
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Around 4,000 DTE customers were without power for 4-12 hours after a van parked near a power substation caught fire in west Dearborn.
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