Terry Jones Wins Lawsuit Against City of Dearborn: "Despite the fact that Dearborn has one of the largest concentrations of Muslims in America, the city should have protected Pastor Jones’s right to free speech, not contrive a way to impede it," said Richard Thompson, president and chief counsel of the Thomas More Law Center, who agreed with the U.S. district court ruling.
Hartland Firefighter Needs Votes to Sing for Detroit Tigers: Walter Johnston, a 2010 Hartland High School graduate, is one of ten local heroes in Comerica Bank’s Home of the Brave National Anthem Singing Contest. Johnston is in second place and the public has less than a week left to vote.
Miss America Title Holders Deliver Smiles to Clawson Beaumont Patient: Title holders from the Miss America organization recently spent some time with patients at Beaumont Children's Hospital in Royal Oak, including Clawson resident Brooke Nelson, was born with ataxia-telangiectasia, a rare childhood disease characterized by neurological problems, particularly abnormalities of balance.
North Farmington Retirees Plan 224-Mile Walk for Suicide Awareness: When retired North Farmington High teachers Dean and Sue Cobb lost their son-in-law Adam Tupa to suicide in 2009, "it struck the family pretty hard. "At that point, in my mind, I thought, I have to do something," said Dean Cobb, who retired in 2011.
Grosse Pointe Stylists Head to Fashion Week: Six stylists from Chez Loulou in Grosse Pointe Park will be in New York for Fashion Week. The stylists will work with the Prive hair team at the New York Fashion Shows from Sept. 5 - 12.