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About: Dearborn, MI

Located in the metropolitan area of Detroit it is the home of the Ford Motor Company headquarters. Dearborn was originally home to the Algonquin and Huron peoples until European settlement in 1786. Dearborn was named after an American Revolutionary War general. Dearborn is unique in that it owns property in other cities and states. Fordson Island is a privately owned island belonging to Dearborn in the Detroit River. Dearborn itself has not coastline on the river.

Population: 97775
Local Newspapers: The Michigan Wayne County Newspaper Courier
Local Sports Teams: The Michigan Wolverines (NCAA)
Local Colleges: State UniversityThe University of Michigan

Zip Codes associated with Dearborn, MI: 48120, 48124, 48125, 48126, 48127, 48128,
Towns/Cities near Dearborn, MI : Dearborn Heights, Warrendale, Melvindale, Lincoln Park, Allen Park, Redford, River Rouge

Dearborn News
Novelis shows off $48 million aluminum recycling facility in Scriba

Novelis Inc. unveiled a newly built $48 million aluminum recycling facility at its giant aluminum factory near Oswego on Monday. Much of the scrap initially being processed by the facility is coming from a Ford plant in Dearborn, Mich., that makes body panels for the 2015 F-150 pickup, the most popular truck in the U.S. The Novelis aluminum factory in Scriba is the primary supplier of aluminum for the F-150.

US-Belgian initiative is blueprint for Muslim engagement

Belgium, a small country of 11 million that likes to refer to itself as the capital of Europe, stands at the intersection of a global struggle against extremism. As Belgian troops mobilize on public streets, and police raids continue against suspected terror sites, the world observes how this European nation deals with the problem of deepening radicalism facing many societies, including our own.

2014 N.A. output up 6%

North American car and truck production rose 6 percent to 17,568,729 vehicles in 2014, according to preliminary estimates. It is the third-largest year ever, surpassed only by 17,598,866 in 2000 and 17,582,611 in 1999.

MSHDA Announces Michigan Main Street Associate Level Communities

Proceeds are loaned at below-market interest rates to developers of rental housing, and help fund mortgages and home improvement loans. MSHDA also administers several federal housing programs.

Ford Opens New Research and Innovation Center in Silicon Valley

Ford is expanding its global research team with the new Research and Innovation Center Palo Alto, which opened this week. The automaker chose Silicon Valley to accelerate research and development of new technologies including connectivity, mobility, autonomous vehicles , customer experience, and big data.

Trial date set in punching death of soccer league referee

A trial date has been set for a Detroit-area man charged with murder after punching a referee during a soccer match. Wayne County Circuit Judge Thomas Cameron said during a final conference hearing Friday that Bassel Saad's trial will start Feb. 23. Saad of Dearborn is charged with second-degree murder in the death of 44-year-old John Bieniewicz.

Ford to take $800M 4Q charge due to Venezuela currency woes

Ford says it will take an $800 million charge in the fourth quarter because of exchange rate problems between the Venezuelan bolivar and the U.S. dollar. The company says the charge will cut fourth-quarter net income by $700 million, after deferred tax benefits.

Ford Opens Silicon Valley Research Center

Ford on Thursday opened a new research center in the heart of Silicon Valley, where the car maker will seek to generate big ideas for the next generation of connected, autonomous vehicles. Ford opened its new Research and Innovation Center here to position the company more squarely in the high-tech ecosystem, said Ford president and CEO Mark Shields.

Ford R&D Palo Alto puts driverless cars in pole position

Ford CEO Mark Fields may have been critical of the auto industry's attempts to over-hype driverless cars, but that doesn't mean the company isn't working on its own model at its new Research and Innovation Center in Palo Alto, California. The car firm has snagged a former Apple engineer, Dragos Maciuca, to lead its innovation efforts, heading projects like autonomous and remotely-piloted vehicles, integrating the dashboard with the smart home - including hooking up with the Google-owned Nest thermostat - and leveraging GPU acceleration for things like swifter speech recognition.

Darany releases constituent hours schedule for 2015 in Dearborn Senior Center

Starting this week, the Dearborn Recreation & Parks Department's Senior Services presents state Rep. George T. Darany at monthly "What's On Your Mind?" gatherings for 2015, in an informal setting at the Dearborn Senior Center in the Ford Community & Performing Arts Center , 15801 Michigan Ave. For the past four years, Dearborn residents have been invited to visit and share their ideas and concerns with Darany in the big common area of the Dearborn Senior Center , located to one side just after people come in the senior center's main entrance. The constituent hours held 11 a.m.-1 p.m. Fridays will be on: Jan. 23, Feb. 27, March 27, April 24, May 22, June 26, August 28, Sept.

MSHDA Announces Michigan Main Street Associate Level Communities

Proceeds are loaned at below-market interest rates to developers of rental housing, and help fund mortgages and home improvement loans. MSHDA also administers several federal housing programs.

Couple told they can't park truck in own driveway

Couple told they can't park truck in own driveway Like parking in your driveway? So do David and Arna Orlando, but their homeowners' association says they can't. Check out this story on WUSA9.com: http://on.wusa9.com/1BESeAq This Nov. 6, 2014 photo shows the new Ford F-150 truck at the Dearborn Truck Plant in Dearborn, Mich.

Police: Four in Custody After Horrific Murder in Dearborn, Mich. Area

Police have four people in custody after the body of a naked, beaten woman was discovered in a field in Dearborn Heights, Michigan early Monday morning. The body, which was wrapped in blankets, was so badly beaten that police have been forced to use her fingerprints to identify her , WJBK-TV reports.

Detroit Institute Of Music Education Launches Original 1265 Recordings Label With Caroline

DETROIT INSTITUTE OF MUSIC EDUCATION founders KEVIN NIXON and SARAH CLAYMAN have founded a new record label, ORIGINAL 1265 RECORDINGS. Based at -- and named after -- DIME's headquarters at 1265 Griswold Street in downtown DETROIT's CAPITOL PARK district, the label will be distributed in the U.S. by CAROLINE, is part of the UNIVERSAL/CAPITOL MUSIC GROUP.

A 2015 Mustang coupe bound for Asia is loaded on a ship at the port of Portland in Oregon.

The Mustang is officially global. Starting today, Ford is exporting the pony car from the plant in Flat Rock, Mich., to markets around the world.

Changes made to offer more rides on Nankin Transit

Changes made to offer more rides on Nankin Transit Changes help Nankin Transit offer more rides Check out this story on HometownLife.com: http://www.hometownlife.com/story/news/local/westland/2015/01/18/nankin-transit-computerizebus-service-seniors-disabled-westland-wayne-garden-city/21868303/ Nankin Transit Executive Director James Ridener looks at a tablet used by drivers as part of the computerized ride scheduling service. There have been changes in the way Nankin Transit operates its transportation service for elderly and disabled residents in the four cities it serves.

Fox News Finally Apologizes For Claiming European Cities Have Been Conquered By Muslim Extremists

Fox News has stood by a number of outlandish statements, but on Saturday the network formally apologized for an "expert" who claimed last week that large swaths of European cities have been taken over by Muslim extremists. The completely unsubstantiated assertion drew the ire of many Europeans, including British Prime Minister David Cameron, who called Fox News terrorism expert Steven Emerson "a complete idiot."