Governor Whitmer Visits Henry Ford College

Photo of Gretchen Whitmer answering questions from the press

On March 14, in her first official visit to Dearborn since assuming office, Gov. Gretchen Whitmer visited Henry Ford College.

FBI Agents Raid Multiple Downriver Locations in Public Corruption Case

Photo of Taylor mayor Rick Sollars

On Feb. 19,a group of FBI agents conducted multiple search warrants at the home of Mayor Rick Sollars in Taylor, at his vacation home in Cement City as well as at Taylor City Hall. FBI agent Timothy R. Slater released the following statement:

Remembering Congressman John D. Dingell Jr.

1986 photo of U.S. Representative John Dingell

On Feb. 15, former US Congressman John D. Dingell Jr., the longest-serving member of Congress in US history, was laid to rest at Arlington Cemetery in Washington, D.C. Dingell passed away peacefully on Feb. 7, at his home in Dearborn.

How a College Responds to a Missing Student

Photo of Guincarlo Estupigan

When 25-year-old Northern Michigan University student Guiancarlo B. Estupigan went out to take photos near Yellow Dog River on Jan. 24, and didn’t return, his roommate drove to the location the next day and found his car covered in snow. On Jan.

Henry Ford (Community) College

Henry Ford College logo with slogan "Future Driven"

In 2014, as the college was developing a Bachelor Degree in Hospitality and Culinary Arts, the Board of Trustees voted to drop the “community” in its name and become Henry Ford College.

New Child Care Center to Open in Spring

Image of a group of people and children standing outside of Children's Garden daycare

After over 20 years of service, Henry Ford College’s Child Care Center closed in June of 2015. Plans to reopen the facility under new management began last year. There were many reasons to choose Children’s Garden over other local day care providers.

Twitter Video of Native American and Students in Washington, D.C. Raise Questions

Nathan Phillips in Native American apparel and crowd of students wearing Make America Great Again hats and sweatshirts at Washington D.C. mall, Jan. 18, 2019

A Twitter video showing Nathan Philips, a Native American military veteran of Ypsilanti, Michigan, and a group of Covington Catholic High School students in Washington D.C., Jan. 18, 2019, has created quite a stir. The video began circulating on Jan.


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