We at the Milan Eagle hope all in our community are doing well during this crisis. We will all get through this together. In order to keep people safe and distanced we did not produce a Milan Eagle newspaper for April. Further months have not been determined as we want to adhere to state guidelines and protect the community. We appreciate all our advertisers and readers and look forward to serving everyone again.God bless.
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Post office to be renamed for fallen officer

Press release Walberg Announces Legislation Signed into Law by President Obama Washington, D.C. – President Obama signed into law a bill to rename the U.S. Post Office in downtown Jackson as the “Officer James Bonneau Memorial Post Office.”  Officer James Bonneau was killed in 2010 while on duty as he and a fellow public safety officer […]


As I write this, it’s still before Christmas and New Year’s, but by the time the article comes out, it will be a brand new year!  What will 2015 bring?  The new year is always a time to consider the past, take a moment and assess the present, and make plans for the future; maybe […]

Highlights from the Dec. City Council

By Milan Eagle Media During the month of December, the Milan City Council passed an ordinance creating two positions, “Clerk” and “Treasurer,” rather than the former combined clerk-treasurer. The council also approved hiring Plante Moran, a financial accounting firm from Southfield, to handle the job of treasurer for the city. Karen M. Meyer, who works […]


Ray Novara collects Toys for Motts from individuals and local business owners in Milan every year at his barber shop on Main St. This past Christmas, in addition to toys, they collected over $800 to purchase additional toys.  Many huge boxes with all new unwrapped toys were loaded for delivery. Thanks to extra helpers, Caryl, his wife, and Mullins […]

Milan Families get to Shop with a Hero

Milan Families get to Shop with a Hero

  By Milan Eagle Media On Thursday, December 4, 2104 representatives from the Milan Police Department participated with representatives from public safety throughout Washtenaw County to host Shop with a Hero events at the Meijer stores on State Street and Carpenter Road.  Many area families were provided an opportunity to do some shopping for the […]

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