Author: Jackie Harrison

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Someone stole a man's entire wardrobe while he was working out at a fitness center. [Read More]
Several organizations are saying, "Thank you for your service," — to students at Shumate Middle School. [Read More]
The Downriver area's smallest city is ready for the bright lights that come with competing to be the best decorated house of the holiday season. [Read More]
A man who resides on Chelsea Street in Trenton notified police after finding a wallet in his driveway and the contents next to it on... [Read More]
Dr. Gary F. Loranger set out to "let his light so shine before men, that they might see his good works," and that is exactly... [Read More]
Gary F. Loranger set out to "let his light so shine before men, that they might see his good works," and that is exactly how... [Read More]
The city of Romulus has had substantial economic development over the years, and it hasn't gone unnoticed by the Center for Innovation Research. [Read More]
Amanda Pratt, the advanced placement biology teacher at Woodhaven High School, approached the Downriver West Kiwanis Club in June with a request for financial assistance... [Read More]
The Michigan Department of Natural Resources has helped pave a way for recreational enjoyment in Elizabeth Park with the completion of the Greenway project, and... [Read More]
With two major construction projects significantly impacting the revenue of businesses near critical construction areas, Brownstown Township Supervisor Andrew Linko is reaching out to numerous... [Read More]
A woman came to the Trenton Police Department Sept. 19 and said she has been "blackballed" from her bank due to fraudulent checks being deposited... [Read More]
For all the arrests made, lives saved, sacrifice and dedication, Molly Federoff is thankful to the Trenton Police and Fire departments — and many other... [Read More]
Let's try this again. [Read More]
A traffic stop in the 19000 block of West Road will probably be a costly one for a Brownstown Township man. [Read More]
If anyone is "in the market" for homemade and homegrown crafts and produce, The Trenton Tractor Supply Farmers Market might be the right pick. [Read More]
Need a place to express your inner Pablo Picasso? [Read More]
It's time to get chic and unique again in Brownstown Township. [Read More]
A man on run after a deadly Sept. 16 apartment shooting knows officers in two departments are looking for him, and police are urging him... [Read More]
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As the sun goes down and the evening light starts to dim, a parade like no other in Wayne County will light the town in... [Read More]
Police addressed several infractions with a 26-year-old Taylor woman after she was stopped traveling 12 miles over the posted speed limit on Hall Road near... [Read More]
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