Teleg2011Cruise08: Doug Edds and Ted Zaremba watch classic cars drive by from their seats at the Cherry Hill Presbyterian Church Saturday during the annual Telegraph Cruise.
TheBlast2011GlsAc29: Glass Academy glassblowers Andy Koupal and Louie Sanchez team up to heat and shape glass art they made at the The Blast at the Glass Academy Jan. 21. The annual event brings music, dancers from DDCdances and live glassblowing for an audience of visitors.
TrainSnwPlwCrash43: Passengers on the train watch as the crushed tractor is lifted by a tow truck.
TrucksBurnMasDix23: A Dearborn firefighter rushes to battle a blaze that consumed three truck tractors Friday morning at the Mason Dixon Intermodal Terminal on Wyoming. A long row of parked trucks began burning after one caught fire and the flames spread to rigs on either side. A driver a fourth truck moved his out of the line to avoid more spread of the conflagration. Video of the event is on the Press & Guide website: PressAndGuide.com.
UMD11TestRgR06: University of Michigan-Dearborn student Rachel Rogatski throws an orange up-current for other students to use to gauge the current speed on the Rouge River at Ford Field on Oct. 8.
VetsDay11Lwry47: Lowrey Middle Schools students watch as the American flag is raised during the 81st recognition of Veterans Day at the school Nov. 11.
Vigil0421 ICA85: Hundreds of citizens, including many religious leaders and elected officials link arms in front of the Islamic Center of America Thursday after a vigil sponsored by the mosque and the Interfaith Leadership Council of Metropolitan Detroit. The meeting was in response to Florida based Pastor Terry Jones who has said he intends to protest in front of Islamic Center of America Friday. The protest, according to the permit request, is against Sharia and jihad. If it happens as planned, it would be in front of the largest mosque in North America in a city that claims one of the most densely populated Muslim enclaves in the United States.
VistaMariaRndTbl22: Vista Maria students, including Betty (left), wait for the Roundtable with Young Americans to begin in the school gym Monday (5/23). The event was a White House effort to provide a voice to the leaders of tomorrow on the emerging issues facing the country today, hosted by Vista Maria, in partnership with Michigan's Children and the Detroit Regional Chamber, and sponsored by Comcast of Michigan.
WheelChrHoopEF: Edsel Ford students and staff joined members of the Dearborn Police, Firefighters, and professional wheelchair basketball players for an evening of hoops and fundraising Feb. 18. Sponsored by the Student Council, the event involved four different student teams facing off in a wheelchair basketball game.