Morning, neighbors! It's me again, Dylan Siwicki, your host of the Dearborn Daily.
First, today's weather:
Cloudy and not as cold. High: 36 Low: 28.
Here are the top stories today in Dearborn:
Dearborn Police Make Arrest In Cell Phone Store Break In: Police. (Dearborn Patch)
ATF raids Dearborn Heights house, finds fentanyl and cocaine. (Dearborn Press and Guide)
EMU extends online classes amid fourth wave of COVID-19. (Detroit News)
Dearborn Schools: Grant Buys Alignment Equipment For Fordson High School Auto Tech Program. (Press Release Desk)
Hazel Park man charged in shooting that closed I-75 in Oakland County. (WDIV)
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Today in Dearborn:
Demolition Officer Hearing - City of Dearborn - City Public Meetings (9:00 AM)
Friends of the Library-Dearborn (FOLD) Used Book Sale (10:00 AM)
Library Commission Meeting - City of Dearborn - City Public Meetings (4:00 PM)
Secondary options session - Dearborn Public Schools (5:00 PM)
Building Board of Appeals - City of Dearborn - City Public Meetings (5:00 PM)
Recreation & Parks Commission - City of Dearborn - City Public Meetings (7:00 PM)
Traffic Commission - City of Dearborn - City Public Meetings (7:00 PM)
From my notebook:
City of Dearborn Government: "Fordson High School has received a grant of nearly $30,000 that will help with the purchase of a new four-wheel alignment machine to help students in the Automotive Technology Department learn on current equipment. The new alignment mach..." (Facebook)
City of Dearborn Government: "The Friends of the Library Dearborn (FOLD) will be holding a book and media sale on Wednesday, Jan. 12 at the Henry Ford Centennial Library from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. You can shop for used books, magazines, audiobooks, movies and more. All p..." (Facebook)
Dearborn Area Chamber of Commerce: "Dearborns own @Friends for Animals of Metro Detroit are in need of everyday items for the animals at their facilities in Dearborn. These items can be purchased at your local store and dropped off at FAMD either at 16121 Reckinger Rd. or ..." (Facebook)
Dearborn Recreation & Parks: "Starting soon at Dearborn Ice Skating Center - DISC! For forty years, Hockey North America has operated the largest adult league in the United States (as well as a large program in Canada) and continues to pioneer new standards with feat..." (Facebook)
Dearborn Recreation & Parks: "The Dearborn Seniors Travel Club invites you to join us for extended trips in 2022. For more information, call (313) 943-2385 or visit https://dearbornfordcenter.com/seniors" (Facebook)
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— Dylan Siwicki
About me: I was born and raised on Detroit's Westside, in the hard working blue-collar Polish neighborhood of Warrendale. I'm a Detroit Public School graduate who fought hard to earn my education. My aspiration into journalism came as a young kid, when I began following the corruption scandal of former Detroit Mayor Kwame Kilpatrick.My first break in to the journalism world began with the opportunity to work at the Michigan Journal, where I primarily reported on campus and local news throughout Dearborn community. I eventually worked my way to news editor. In correlation to work in journalism, I had an amazing opportunity to study and write about many different cultures and backgrounds at the Piast Institute, which also helped me prepare for this role. So with first-hand experience growing up in a tight-knit neighborhood, I know the importance of delivering news and telling stories that impact local communities. And as a breaking news editor at Patch for Metro Detroit, it's my job to deliver that news. So feel free to contact me about news tips or your own unique experiences at email@example.com