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  1. Try glass-blowing in DearbornRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 17 | Detroit News

    It's pumpkin time at the Glass Academy in Dearborn where the 6th annual Glass Pumpkin Fest is under way Saturday and Sunday. You might surprise yourself and find you're hot stuff - talented - at performing this age-old craft.

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  2. 48 Hours: Best things to do in Metro Detroit48 Hours: Best things to...Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 3 | Detroit News

    9:30 a.m.-5 p.m. daily though Jan. 4. Admission included in-museum admission, which is $18, $16 seniors and $13.50 ages 5-12. 20900 Oakwood, Dearborn.

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  3. Our Shepherd Lutheran's Oktoberfest is one of many in Metro...Read the original story w/Photo

    Sep 16, 2014 | Detroit News

    Our Shepherd Lutheran's Oktoberfest is one of many in Metro Detroit Our Shepherd Lutheran's Oktoberfest is one of many in Metro Detroit Check out this story on detroitnews.com: http://detne.ws/1s4ncOs "It's an ushering in of October," says Franklin Dohanyos, event chairman for the Oktoberfest at Our Shepherd Lutheran Church in Birmingham. More importantly, it's "a fun party time of year," says Keith Woloszwk of Dearborn Brand East Side Retail, a division of Dearborn Sausage Company that provides traditional German sausages for several Oktoberfest celebrations in the area.

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  4. Activists, groups gather in Detroit to push for immigration reformRead the original story

    Sep 16, 2014 | The Detroit News

    Detroit -- Labor, faith and civil rights activists from across the country met Tuesday in Detroit to push for immigration reform and a shift in enforcement activities.

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  5. Our Shepherd Lutheran's Oktoberfest is one of many in Metro DetroitRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 15, 2014 | Detroit News

    'It's an ushering in of October,' says Franklin Dohanyos, event chairman for the Oktoberfest at Our Shepherd Lutheran Church in Birmingham. More importantly, it's 'a fun party time of year,' says Keith Woloszwk of Dearborn Brand East Side Retail, a division of Dearborn Sausage Company that provides traditional German sausages for several Oktoberfest celebrations in the area.

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  6. New AmeriCorps volunteers ready to aid Metro Detroit flood cleanupRead the original story

    Sep 12, 2014 | The Detroit News

    Dearborn -- A group of more than 150 members of AmeriCorps got ready to help local homeowners clean up from flood damage after being sworn in Friday via video feed by President Barack Obama.

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  7. Beaumont Health announces its executive team membersRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 10, 2014 | The Detroit News

    Beaumont Health -- the massive health system created by the merger of Beaumont Health System, Botsford Health Care and Oakwood Healthcare -- has announced its executive team.

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  8. Royal Oak bank robbery suspect due in federal courtRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 3, 2014 | Detroit News

    A suspect in the weekend robbery of a Fifth Third Bank is scheduled to be in U.S. District Court later Wednesday, police said.

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  9. Yalla Eat culinary walking tour set in DearbornRead the original story

    Sep 2, 2014 | The Detroit News

    Yalla Eat is a guided walking tour that hits markets, bakeries and specialty food stores along Warren Avenue in East Dearborn.

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  10. Friday's high school football roundup: Onside kick helps Divine Child rollRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 29, 2014 | Detroit News

    An onside kick early in the second half of the final game of the River Rouge Kickoff Classic between Dearborn Divine Child and Detroit Consortium proved to be pivotal as Divine Child used that to go on and win 49-28.

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  11. Thursday's high schools roundup: Big second quarter powers Dearborn Fordson over Temperance BedfordRead the original story

    Aug 28, 2014 | The Detroit News

    Detroit -- Dearborn Fordson's Muhammed Zahr and Jamil Sabbagh couldn't have dreamed of a better start to their senior season.

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  12. 2015 MustangRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 28, 2014 | Detroit News

    The first of Ford Motor Co.' s 2015 Mustangs roll off the line Thursday at its Flat Rock Assembly Plant.

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  13. Ford prepares Dearborn Truck Plant for new aluminum-bodied F-150Read the original story w/Photo

    Aug 27, 2014 | The Detroit News

    -- Ford Motor Co. is preparing its Dearborn Truck Plant for production of the all-new aluminum-bodied 2015 F-150 pickup with the most extensive retooling in the plant's 10-year history. Since Monday, about 1,500 employees have been ripping up robots, dismantling old conveyors and preparing to install all new equipment that will be used to build the next-generation pickup. The work, which includes 1,100 trailers hauling out the old scrap and bringing in the new equipment around the clock, will last for about half of the plant's eight-week shutdown. "It's been orchestrated literally by the minute," said Joe Hinrichs, Ford's president of the Americas. "It's a massive undertaking. One of the bigger logistical challenges we've ever seen." About 3,000 of the plant's 3,600 hourly workers are on a temporary layoff -- receiving state unemployment and supplemental unemployment benefit pay totaling 74 percent of their base pay -- until two units return Sept. 22 and the third returns in October. About 600 Ford employees have joined 1,000 contract workers disassembling the plant's body shop and installing the new one. Most of the steel baskets and columns used throughout the plant aren't worth saving, but Ford will attempt to re-use robots, control panels and welding equipment at other sites throughout the country. Ford worked with the Michigan Department of Transportation to ensure the high volume of trucks running in and out of the plant wouldn't cause backups on Interstate 94 and other roads. Almost immediately after old equipment is ripped up and thrown in a scrap truck, a trailer full of new equipment is pulling up. "It's like very synchronized 'Transformers' dancing," said Brian Kinnie, the assistant plant manager. Starting Sept. 22, the two returning crews will begin making pre-production trucks. Ford said the F-150 will go on sale in the fourth quarter of this year, but hasn't given a specific date. The automaker's sprawling Dearborn Truck Plant hasn't undergone this type of renovation since its opening in 2004. The changeover to the aluminum-bodied truck represents a $359 million investment. "This is a very exciting time for us," said Bruce Hettle, Ford's head of North American manufacturing. "The level of planning that went into this is substantially deeper than our standard changeover." In addition to the plant changeover, the Ford Rouge Factory tour is closed, undergoing the first phase of a complete renovation that will eventually include new films, exhibits and hands-on experiences. The tour will reopen Sept. 22, with some minor cosmetic changes, but the new exhibits and other updates will be installed through the rest of the year. "It's a complete overhaul," Hettle said. "It will be re-aligned for the technology on the new truck. It's really a great tour." The shutdown has been two years in the making, Hettle said. It includes the calculated ramp-up of production of the 2014 F-150 to keep up with demand as the Dearborn site sits idle. Kinnie said workers there have been working Saturdays and Sundays for the past six months, and have been running at record production levels in the paint, body and final assembly shops. Ford's Kansas City plant, which also makes the F-150, will undergo a similar shutdown in 2015, although it will take less time because of the experience gained from Dearborn's downtime. The new pickup represents a drastic shift: It will weigh about 700 pounds less than the current model and is expected to have significantly better gas mileage. The F-150 represents 20 percent of Ford's North American volume, and has been the best-selling truck for more than 30 years. "These are some of the crown jewels of the company," Hinrichs said. "We'll make sure we take extra care and attention and make sure the truck is exactly where we want it to be."

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  14. Court: No First Amendment violation at Arab-American festival in DearbornRead the original story

    Aug 27, 2014 | The Detroit News

    Dearborn -- A federal court says there was no First Amendment violation when police urged Christian evangelists to leave an Arab-American street festival in 2012.

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  15. Crave coming to Ferndale with sushi and cocktailsRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 26, 2014 | The Detroit News

    Stylish John D Bistro, which opened in 2012 on Woodward just south of Nine Mile, will soon transform into a Ferndale version of Crave Lounge.

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  16. Ford recalls 2014 Focus, C-MAX Hybrid cars for potential steering gear issueRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 21, 2014 | The Detroit News

    Ford Motor Co. on Thursday issued a safety recall for more than 600 2014 Focus and C-MAX Hybrid cars in North America for a potential issue with the steering gear that could result in loss of control.

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  17. 48 Hours: The best of things to do in Metro DetroitRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 16, 2014 | The Detroit News

    9:30 a.m.-5 p.m. today-Sun. Free with museum admission. 20900 Oakwood, Dearborn.

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  18. 48 Hours: The best of things to do in Metro DetroitRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 15, 2014 | Detroit News

    Food and merchandise vendors join an international lineup of entertainment and other events at this weekend's African World Festival.

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  19. Storm toll: 18,000 Warren homes flooded; 40% buildings in DearbornRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 14, 2014 | The Detroit News

    The storm toll is becoming clear three days after near-record rains flooded the Metro area.

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  20. Lawsuit filed to remove Muslim-Americans from 'terror watch' listRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 14, 2014 | The Detroit News

    Dawud Walid, executive director of the Council on American-Islamic Relations Michigan Chapter, says the lawsuit is not a reaction to a list uncovered last week that showed Dearborn has the second-highest concentration of people designated by the U.S. government as being "known or suspected terrorists."

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