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The change in fireworks law brings increased sales at others' expense–including a lofty vet bill for a Dearborn resident's dog who had a seizure caused by the explosions.
Anna Ford's familiar hot dog cart offers Dearborn Brand dogs and sausages each week at the Dearborn Farmers & Artisans Market.
Stefi Hovious, a Northville resident but long-time lover of Dearborn, has become a popular staple around the market this year.
The local soap company is growing through face-to-face sales.
The annual Children's Author Luncheon, hosted by Dearborn Library Foundation, will feature Lansing-based author Ruth McNally Barshaw.
Dearborn Farmers and Artisans Market is beginning to see a seasonal turn, while market managers prepare for the annual Senior Day.
A third-year vendor at the Farmers Market, Matt's Mix has a full plate of possibilities.
Artist John Orischak displays his works at the market every Friday.
It is peak time for many Michigan crops, so seize the day and eat your veggies.
This family-owned business is expanding with affordable sauce mixes, available each Friday at the market.
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