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Holiday decorations donated to Milan

By Joyce Ervin  Community members, organizations and the city joined forces to continue decorating the streets of Milan for this year’s winter season.   Mayor Michael Armitage gave the following rundown, saying, an additional 9,600 lights were purchased and strung in the trees on Main Street near Gay Street and along the Dexter corridor. Twelve wreaths […]

Wilson Park pavilion still under construction

By Joyce Ervin Progress on the Wilson Park pavilion has slowly progressed over the summer months, but according to Mayor Michael Armitage, Washtenaw County Community school students will be back to work on the project as the new school semester starts in the next few weeks.  The pavilion is being built in partnership with the […]

Wabash murals adds style to restaurant

By Joyce Ervin The Breakfast Club consists of members of the grass-roots community group, Moving Milan Forward, that meet at Brooklyn’s Side Track restaurant each morning supporting local business, while enjoying good food and discussing a little organizational business. On an early June morning, Gary Bourdeau, Ann Gee, president Tom Dupuis and Gary Brink enjoyed […]

Christmas Lights for Dexter St.

Moving Milan Forward has earned money with its successful fundraising efforts, and decided to invest $5,000 into Christmas lights along the Dexter Street business district. The money will buy more lights now, off-season, rather than waiting until the holiday and paying a higher price. Moving Milan Forward is asking the City of Milan to use […]

VETERAN OF THE MONTH: Salvatore Calabrese

VETERAN OF THE MONTH: Salvatore Calabrese

By Milan Eagle Media Salvatore (Sal) Calabrese was born in Toledo, Ohio and grew up in nearby Swanton. In the 50s his dad was in the Army. Soon after graduation from Swanton High School, Sal also joined the Army. Being patriotic and wanting to support his country he could get a delayed entry and an […]

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