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June 2022 News Briefs

Summer reading program begins June 11th The Wayne Public Library Summer Reading Program will kick off on Saturday, June 11. This year’s theme is “Oceans of Possibilities.” The program is for children, teens and adults. For more information, you can visit the library’s website at...

May 2022 News Briefs

Council candidates for November 2022 election The official candidate list for the November 8, 2022 General Election for the 2-year seats on the Wayne City Council has been released. There is one candidate for the Ward 4 term ending Nov. 11, 2024 – Deborah R. Wass. Candidates for...

News Brief April 2022

Lenten fish fry St. Mary Catholic Church, 34530 Michigan Ave, will be holding their annual Lenten Fish Fry on Fridays through April 8. The hours are 4-7:00 p.m. The event will be carry-out only. You can visit the website www.stmarywayne.org or call (734) 721-8745 to place your...
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February 2022 News Briefs

Learn about the life of Henry Ford Mike Skinner of the Ford Piquette Plant museum will be at the Wayne Historical Museum, 1 Towne Square, on Thursday, February 10, at 7 p.m. to give a lecture on the life of Henry Ford. All are invited to attend. Girls from the class of 2023...

January 2022 NEWS BRIEFS

Wayne Fire Department Promotions Wayne Fire Department announced new promotions to Captains and Lieutenants. Congrat- ulations to Captain Jason Reeves, Captain Troy Marlewitz. Lieutenant Cullen McKee, and Lieutenant Jeremy Tima. New Police Officers Officers Andrew Marra and James...
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November 2021 NEWS BRIEFS

We Need Your Help! Wayne-Westland Volunteer Drivers Needed for Meals on Wheels. Wayne County Senior Services has an immediate need for drivers to deliver nutritious meals to homebound seniors. Volunteer Drivers may commit to one or more days per week. Meals are delivered Monday...
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October 2021 News Briefs

The annual Scarecrow Reception will be held in Derby’s Alley, 34924 W. Michigan Ave. on Saturday, October 16. An in-person voting contest will be taking place during the event and the winners of the three different contests being held (in-person voting, Facebook voting on Wayne...
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September 2021 – News Briefs

The Wayne Public Library received over $500 worth of new workforce development books. Funding came from the Institute of Museum and Library Services. If you are looking for a new job or want to improve your work skills, visit the library to see if any of these new books can help...
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August 2021 – News Briefs

HUGE RUMMAGE SALE! The First Congregational Church of Wayne, #2 Towne Square, (next to McDonald’s) is having a huge rummage sale Thursday, September 30, through Saturday, October 2. The church has not been able to hold their twice-yearly rummage sales for two years due to the...
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July 2021 News Briefs

State Representative Kevin Coleman shared that the House of Representatives “passed the largest school funding bill in our state’s history at $16.7 billion. For the first time in 25 years every student in Michigan will be funded at the same foundation amount of $8,700. This will...