Tuesday, January 8, 2013
Dynasty Myles was last seen on New Year's Day in Dearborn. Crimestoppers is offering a reward for information in her disappearance.
Update, Jan. 11: Crimestoppers is offering a reward of up to $1,000 for information that leads to the whereabouts of Dynasty Miles. There are three ways to contact the Crime Stoppers tip line: The Dearborn Police Department is requesting the public's assistance in locating a missing person. The department announced Tuesday that 23-year-old Dynasty Myles has been reported missing by her parents. Myles is a resident of Detroit, but was last seen on New Year's Day around 10 p.m. near the Fairlane Town Center in Dearborn. According to police, Myles left her young child with her parents and her family is concerned because it is not like Dynasty to be away for long periods of time without contacting them. Recent pictures of Dynasty Myles are …
Wednesday, December 12, 2012
The following information was supplied by the Dearborn Police Department. Where arrests or charges are mentioned, it does not indicate a conviction.
Dearborn police responded to Macy's at Fairlane Town Center late Saturday night on reports that a man was wandering around the store way past closing time. A security guard at the store saw the man walking around with a suitcase at 12:30 a.m. and stopped him, immediately calling police. Police responded and spoke with the man, who told them that he wasn't trying to steal anything. Instead, the man said, he had been in the mall during normal business hours and had "shot up" with heroin in the bathroom, subsequently passing out from the drugs for several hours. When he awoke, the mall was closed. Police asked the man, identified as a 28-year-old Detroit resident, if he had any drugs on him. He consented to being searched, and police found …
Saturday, December 8, 2012
The event invited children from two schools for the deaf to sit with Santa and sign Christmas carols.
One of Christmas' greatest traditions was spread to deaf and hard-of-hearing children in Michigan this month at Dearborn's Fairlane Town Center. Dozens of students came from the Ralph J. Bunche Academy in Detroit and the Michigan School for the Deaf in Flint on Dec. 6 to meet with a "signing Santa," as well as sing carols with Detroit area deaf hip-hop artist Sean Forbes. Other children and families were able to meet with the signing Santa the rest of the day. The Ice Palace at Fairlane Town Center will be open to families through Dec. 24.
Friday, December 7, 2012
Surveillance video provided by Fairlane Town Center shows the theft in action.
Dearborn police are asking for the public's assistance in identifying three people wanted for robbing the Macy's department store at Fairlane Town Center last weekend. According to police, the suspects entered Macy's at 7:43 p.m. on Saturday, Dec. 1, and approached the Fine Jewelry Department. Surveillance video from the store (attached to this article) shows one of the suspects pulling out a blunt object—possibly a hammer—and smashing a jewelry display case. All three quickly grabbed jewelry from the case and fled the store. The suspects are described as black males, all around the ages of 18-22, 6 feet tall and with thin builds. Two of the men were wearing gray hoodies, jeans and Timberland boots; the third was wearing a black hat, black…
Thursday, November 22, 2012
Fairlane Town Center General Manager Catherine O'Malley offers her advice for keeping holiday shopping all fun, no fuss.
Catherine O'Malley doesn't just run Fairlane Town Center as its general manager—she's an avid shopper, too. And while shopaholics everywhere look forward to the holiday season, O'Malley offered her tips for staying safe and having fun while shopping, whether at Fairlane, in the mad rush of Toys 'R' Us on Black Friday, or picking up a few gifts from small businesses. 1. "Make sure you're comfortable," O'Malley said, sharing that she often sees Black Friday shoppers at the mall in pajamas and slippers. Is it comfy? Then go for it! It's better to get the shopping done without blisters on your feet than to look perfect. 2. Stay hydrated and fueled. At Fairlane, O'Malley shared, several eateries will open at midnight with the stores on Black …
Wednesday, August 22, 2012
With back to school fast approaching, Dearborn Patch takes a look at some of the top trends for teenage girls at Fairlane Town Center.
It's a battle as old as time: Mom takes daughter out for back-to-school outfit shopping. Daughter picks out clothes. Mom vehemently disagrees. Or does she? We took a trip to Dearborn's Fairlane Town Center to look at some of the latest trends in fashion for teen and tween girls. Tribal and animal prints, embellishments, brightly colored pants and grunge rule the scene. Cropped tops, lace and fake glasses make an appearance. But what we want to know is: Does your daughter wear these fashions? Managers at Sears, Wet Seal and Love Culture told us about what's in with teen girls these days. Tell us what you think, and what the teen girls in your life are wearing these days that you like–or not.
Saturday, July 7, 2012
The program, which encourages kids to log miles of walking around the mall, is sponsored by Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan.
Kids and their families are encouraged to stay active–rain or shine–this summer with the Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan Kids ‘N Kicks Summer Walking Program at Fairlane Town Center in Dearborn. The Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan-sponsored program is open to area families, and is free. The program runs through Aug. 17. “Summer time and fun at the mall are two perfect occasions to introduce young people to the lifelong benefits of walking as a lifestyle habit," Bridget G. Hurd, director of Community Responsibility for Blue Cross Blue Shield, said of the program. Last year, nearly 550 families from around metro Detroit participated in the program. Participants can register at the Customer Service desk, where they will receive a start…
Friday, March 16, 2012
The bunny and his furry friends will make a daily appearance March 16-April 7 at Fairlane.
Easter is almost here, and with the approaching holiday comes the return of the Easter Bunny and his furry friends to Fairlane Town Center. Beginning March 16, families will be able to get their photos with the bunny of the hour in the mall's Center Court. In addition to photo packages, families will have the chance to purchase DVD and Blu-Ray copies of the Alvin and the Chipmunks series: Alvin and the Chipmunks; Alvin and the Chipmunks: The Squeakquel; and Alvin and the Chipmunks: Chipwrecked (available March 27). Included in each Easter Bunny photo package is a promotional certificate for a free 8x11 photo book from Snapfish and a gift for every child. The Easter Bunny will be in the Center Court 11 a.m.-8 p.m. Monday through Saturday …
Saturday, February 11, 2012
Fairlane Town Center's top picks for a fashionable, affordable Valentine's Day.
Valentine's Day is about showing someone that you care–not how much you spend. That said, a gift can go a long way in wowing a potential or long-time love. So how do you strike a balance? We asked Fairlane Town Center for gifts that spur "I love yous," not maxed-out credit cards. Here's the Dearborn mall's top picks under $25. One of Fairlane's newest stories, Charming Charlie, is overflowing with fashion accessories for valentines of all ages. From earrings and necklaces to handbags and scarves, it's a girly-girl's dream–and a breeze for a beau looking for unique jewelry at a bargain price. Buy this: A gold chain necklace accented with gold beads and red heart charms is only $12.97. Google "love" and "chocolate" and the first hit you'll …
Monday, January 30, 2012
Got questions? We've got answers.
Dearborn Patch user sandra asked us, "I'd like some info for mall walkers at Fairlane. Do they have a club? Do they have early hours? How do you join? Where do you enter the mall to walk?" While there is no official mall-walking club at Fairlane Town Center, most walkers come from 8-10 a.m. Monday through Saturday; and 10-11 a.m. Sunday. All doors open are open at that time, so you can come in through any entrance. According to HAP health care's Metro Detroit Mall Walking Guide, one complete lap of the lower level of Fairlane is .8 miles. For more information, contact the Fairlane Customer Service Desk at 313-593-3330, or visit www.shopfairlane.com.