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Located in the metropolitan area of Detroit it is the home of the Ford Motor Company headquarters. Dearborn was originally home to the Algonquin and Huron peoples until European settlement in 1786. Dearborn was named after an American Revolutionary War general. Dearborn is unique in that it owns property in other cities and states. Fordson Island is a privately owned island belonging to Dearborn in the Detroit River. Dearborn itself has not coastline on the river.
Local Newspapers: The Michigan Wayne County Newspaper
Local Sports Teams: The Michigan Wolverines (NCAA)
Local Colleges: The University of Michigan
Zip Codes associated with dearborn, michigan:
48120 48124 48125 48126 48127 48128
Towns/Cities near dearborn, michigan : Dearborn Heights Warrendale Melvindale Lincoln Park Allen Park Redford River Rouge
Dearborn Physician Summarily Suspended for Overprescribing Controlled Substances
August 17, 2017 - The Michigan Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs has immediately suspended the license to practice as a medical doctor of Mohammad Derani of Dearborn, MI. LARA served an order summarily suspending Dr. Derani's license pursuant to the Public Health Code, which provides for the summary suspension of a health professional's license when the public health, safety, or welfare requires emergency action.Dearborn doctor arrested for writing half-million opioid prescriptions in 2017
A West Bloomfield doctor operating out of a Dearborn clinic was arrested on Thursday for allegedly writing more than half a million opioid pain prescriptions since January, according to Michigan State Police. The doctor was identified only as a 50-year-old Arab man who worked at the Dearborn Medical Clinic on Greenfield and Warren roads, said Lt.Dearborn doctor arrested for writing prescriptions for 500K opioid pills this year
A West Bloomfield doctor operating out of a Dearborn clinic was arrested on Thursday for allegedly writing prescriptions for more than half a million opioid pain pills since January, according to Michigan State Police. Our media partners at MLive report the doctor was identified only as a 50-year-old Arab man who worked at the Dearborn Medical Clinic on Greenfield and Warren roads, said Lt.Melvindale residents to benefit from Dearborn Fire Department's $1.8M SAFER grant
Melvindale will also benefit from the increased staffing since the city contracts out it's firefighting and EMS needs from Dearborn. The grant - administered through the Federal Emergency Management Agency's Staffing for Adequate Fire and Emergency Response program - will support the hiring of firefighters and the recruitment and retention of volunteer staff to help the department maintain a 24-hour firefighting force.Ford to pay up to $10.1M to settle harassment allegations
Thank you for reading 10 free articles on Fredericksburg.com. You can come back at the end of your 30-day period for another 10 free articles, or you can purchase a subscription and continue to enjoy valuable local news and information.UM Dearborn Offers New LGBTQ Studies Certificate
The LGBTQ Studies certificate, a 12-credit interdisciplinary program in the University of Michigan-Dearborn College of Arts, Sciences, and Letters, prepares students professionally and personally by concentrating on diverse forms of sexual orientation, gender identity and gender expression. The certificate is an important addition to campus for many reasons, said Amy Brainer, Women's and Gender Studies and Sociology assistant professor and LGBTQ Studies certificate program coordinator.Under Pressure: Racing Pikes Peak in a Twin-Turbo Mustang
It's more than the mountain's altitude, the week's sleeplessness, or the mechanical heartbreak that'll change you at the Pikes Peak International Hill Climb - it's the people. Racing families are the friends who'll even turn down beer money to see you through to the end; the satisfaction of finishing is payment enough.Why the US Shouldn't Start a Trade War With China
Most recently, the Trump administration announced that Chinese shipments of aluminum foil will now face a hefty import tax, a decision that is intended to offset what the administration believes are unfair Chinese subsidies of its aluminum industry. What this means in practice is that a handful of Chinese companies will now face "countervailing duties" ranging from 17 percent to 81 percent on their exports of aluminum to the U.S. And a trade war may also be brewing between the U.S. and several Asian countries in the solar industry.Moving beyond compliance
Fatme Faraj is director of School Improvement/Leadership Coaching for a Dearborn Public Schools. Glenn M. Maleyko is superintendent of Dearborn Public Schools.Halal foods: Huron County farm certified to process turkey by Islamic rules
A family farm in Huron County may not stand out as an obvious source for halal food for the Muslim community. But the Hayter Turkey Farm near Dashwood, a pillar of poultry production for 65 years, is responding to changing times by boosting its production of turkeys processed according to the dietary rules of the religion.Spirit sued after man dies
The widow of Nazem Amine, a former baggage handler for Spirit Airlines, has filed a federal lawsuit against the company over an injury her late husband suffered on the job. Amine, who recently died at age 90, had been working for Spirit until he suffered a hernia after lifting 500 pieces of luggage during a single shift in 2015.Display of rare Panteras shows style at Ford plant
Pantera owners and fans check out the display at the 2017 Pantera Homecoming at the Essex Engine Plant on Friday, August 11, 2017. Eighteen vintage Panteras - the Italian-bodied, Ford-engined 1970s sports cars - were on display Friday in the parking lot of the Essex Engine Plant on Lauzon Road for the Pantera Homecoming.Downriver newspaper digitization project in peril as time runs out to find new storage facility
Volunteers from the Downriver Genealogical Society peruse old newspapers, as water-damaged papers dry out. Photo courtesy of Peter Glaab Jr. Members of the Downriver Genealogical Society have taken on the task of digitizing 60 years worth of local newspapers, but the free storage space in Huron Township where the papers currently are being housed soon will be unavailable.Old-time Base Ball teams play for championship at Greenfield Village
Old-time baseball hits the diamond as a dozen teams from four states, including Michigan's La-De-Dahs, take part in the 15th Annual World Tournament of Historic Base Ball on Saturday and Sunday, Aug. 12-13, at Greenfield Village, 20900 Oakwood Blvd., Dearborn. The Dosworth Saxhorn Band will provide late 19th century music, and there will also be a Base Ball Skills Test.Two water tours show off the natural beauty of the Rouge River this fall
Thanks to Friends of the Rouge, you can have all the fall color you can handle without heading north of Wayne. When we heard that the Friends of the Rouge were hosting kayak and canoe trips up the Rouge River this fall, our mind was swirling with questions.SME College of Fellows Honors and Welcomes 6 for Noteworthy Achievements in Manufacturing
DEARBORN, Mich., Aug. 8, 2017 : Starting in 1986, SME has honored key and notable contributors to the technical and educational progress and advancement of manufacturing by elevating them to the SME College of Fellows. SME Fellows are professionals from industry, research and academia with more than 20 years of experience in manufacturing who are recognized by their peers and the manufacturing community for their impact on the manufacturing profession.Hundreds of motorcyles run in annual Ride for Autism
Hundreds of motorcycles roll into Biker Bob's Harley Davidson during the annual Ride for Autism. Dave Herndon - The News-Herald Amy Lange Ride for Autism ambassador Rachael Adams and model Kayla Wall were among those who helped wave in the motorcycles.
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