Colin Maloney, The Morning Sun

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Past articles by Colin:

USPS changes its hold time for business mail due to COVID-19 pandemic

COVID-19 is impacting every area of life, including one many of us take for granted — the mail. → Read More

Henry Ford College to reap benefits of $4 million apprenticeship grant

With a potential recession on the horizon, economic development organizations need to figure out what buttons to push. → Read More

One dead after home explosion in Southgate

A 59-year-old woman died in a home explosion in Southgate Aug. 22. → Read More

State police save man's life in Taylor with four doses of Narcan

Michigan State Police reportedly administered four doses of Narcan to a man found on the side of the highway in Taylor Saturday afternoon. → Read More

Michigan health officials urge parents to get their kids immunized before school starts

Health officials used an Aug. 15 news conference at River Rouge High School to push parents to add another item to their back-to-school checklists — immunizations. → Read More

Downriver nonprofit received donation from foundation associated with Jeffrey Epstein

A Taylor nonprofit appears to have benefitted from the largesse of convicted sex offender and financier Jeffrey Epstein, according to tax filings. → Read More

Late fees go the way of the dinosaur at two Downriver libraries

At least two Downriver libraries have gotten rid of a longstanding policy — the late fee. → Read More

Sex trafficking program aims to raise awareness, teach prevention Downriver

If you think sex trafficking only impacts poor, drug-addled women, you’re wrong. → Read More

Comic book movie being filmed in several Michigan cities, including River Rouge, Southgate

Superman landed in River Rouge June 17. → Read More

Woman reportedly carjacked at gunpoint, driven to multiple locations, choked unconscious

A routine commute to work reportedly turned into a nightmare for a Taylor woman on June 5. → Read More

Victims in Taylor crash were mother of three, soon-to-be father

Two individuals who died in a major collision in Taylor yesterday morning have been identified. → Read More

Navy vet says we need to take time to remember on Memorial Day

Connor Coleman served in the U.S. Navy from 1944 to 1946, practicing for a battle that never came. → Read More

Melvindale police looking for two individuals involved in ATM fraud

A Lake Orion woman reportedly had her debit card information stolen in Rochester and ended up contacting police in Melvindale. → Read More

Man dies after crashing into tree in Taylor on Mother's Day

A fatal car accident occurred on Mother’s Day in Taylor. → Read More

Vice President Mike Pence comes Downriver to rally support for proposed NAFTA replacement

A Motor City Solutions warehouse on Brest Road in Taylor served as the venue for the event and the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement served as the topic. → Read More

Man chases after hit-and-run suspect after she flees the scene

The victim of an alleged hit-and-run accident in Lincoln Park briefly chased the suspect after she fled the scene April 19. → Read More

Vernest Griffin found guilty of all charges, including homicide, in Wayne County court

A Sterling Heights man involved in a series of workplace shootings in Taylor, Pontiac and Waterford was found guilty of first-degree murder March 29. → Read More

Michigan Attorney General's office holding seminars on scams around the state

If you’re a regular news consumer, you’ve likely seen plenty of stories on scams over the past year — calls from fake IRS and Apple Support employees, messages regarding phony → Read More

Judy and Will Webb: Melvindale couple die on same day after 56 years of marriage

After 56 years of marriage, a Melvindale couple died on the same day, March 6, 2019. → Read More

Appellate court: flicking off the cops is a protected action

The right to bear arms. The right to a fair and speedy trial by jury. The right to flick of the cops. → Read More