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The Canton Police Department is asking for assistance in identifying a woman they believe is responsible for making numerous purchases around the Belleville area with a credit card reported stolen from a victim from Canton.
The six-year millage placed on the ballot by the Wayne County Regional Educational Service asks too much of local taxpayers and we reluctantly urge a no vote on this question.
In her new role, May will oversee all of the district's state and federally funded and mandated programs, such as Title 1, Title III, Academic Interventions and Supports and Achievement Gap Accountability.
Organizers said the event, held this year at the Inn at St. John's, showcases 250 of the world's most spectacular vintage cars.
The Cellular Connection, in a joint effort with its customers, announced it will be donating 100,000 backpacks full of school supplies to children through its School Rocks Backpack Giveaway.
Fogoros has been a member of the Honors College at Michigan State University since her freshman year, which serves academically talented and committed students.
Ron Carley's used his impeccable likeness to one of the United States' fondest presidents to create quite a stir when he's out in public.
This 1950's built three bed two bath St. Clair Shores bungalow sits on a canal that empties into Lake St. Clair and is selling for $231,029.
Canton home intruder Michael Steven Toth has been sentenced to prison for four to 20 years after he confessed to forcing his way inside a house while two teen siblings hid in a closet and called 911 for help.
The Wayne County Executive race for the primary election is heating up, and now we have discovered that a group of Republicans is getting in the mix by funding ads that promote a Democratic candidate.
Trotec Laser, Inc. is pleased to announce the addition of Meredith Newman as their marketing manager, based at the Canton headquarters.
A little more than two weeks ahead of the Aug. 5 primary, Canton Republicans got a chance to gather information about a couple of ballot questions and other issues in a forum hosted by the Canton Republican Caucus.
When he was a kid growing up in the '60s, Clyde Hensley remembers seeing legendary dragster E.J. Potter race at record speeds.
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Updated: Tue Jul 29, 2014 09:29 am
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