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City to receive $4.9 million to replace lead lines

By Sarah Shurge – The City of Wayne is one step closer to ensuring safe drinking water for all residents with the lead line replacement project. During the Wayne City Council Meeting on Tuesday, July 11th, State Senator Darrin Camilleri and State Representative Kevin...

Experience a different kind of barbeque in Wayne

By Sarah Shurge – When the word ‘barbecue’ is mentioned, many people’s minds go directly to Texas-style or Southern-style barbecue. You can already picture it in your head. The City of Wayne is excited to welcome its first barbecue restaurant, Taste the Smoke, but this is a...

A STEP in the Right Direction

By Courtney Conover – Here’s an undeniable fact of life: No matter what you see on the surface, there is often more to the story. Whether it’s the dutiful employee who, despite living out of her car, arrives to work day in and day out with a jovial disposition, or the...

Dealing with a difficult diagnosis

By Courtney Conover – Natalie McCurry Rhaesa, 50, is the baby of the McCurry family, but that’s not her only distinguishing characteristic. “My four siblings all have names that start with D—Donna, Donald, Jr. (who goes by Jim), Dianna, and Doug—and then there’s me,” says...


Wayne Downtown Development Authority members Scott Gocaj and Mayor John Rhaesa congratulate a few of the Experience Downtown Wayne winners who participated in the Experience Downtown Wayne $50.00 gift card drawings. The DDA announced 30 winners Darlene W. of Westland, Melissa B....
Posted On 12 Jan 2021

City breaks ground on new Veterans Memorial

A momentous day of accomplishment and excitement was held on June 16th, 2020, as the Wayne Veterans Memorial Committee held the official groundbreaking ceremony on the south side of Wayne City Hall where a new Wayne Veterans Memorial will be erected. Wayne Mayor John Rhaesa said,...
Posted On 19 Jul 2020