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Tom Hawley

Monroe News

Monroe, MI, United States

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Recent articles by Tom:

Equestrian passion brings Ida's Lombardo family together

Emma Lombardo, 5, daughter of Joe and Heather Lombardo of Ida loves to hug Tommy, an 16-year-old quarter horse owned by Darby Young of Ida before → Read More

A Flag Day tradition in Monroe County

Flag Day one of six dates Monroe AIM program raises American flags in county → Read More

Summerfield's 'Light up the Night'

Summerfield event honors seniors who lost spring season due to pandemic → Read More

Portrait: Judging from home

Like many others, Monroe County Chief Probate Judge Cheryl E. Lohmeyer has been working remotely during the pandemic → Read More

Portrait: Flag waves on patrol vehicle

When Monroe County sheriff's Deputy Brian Sroka gets into his patrol vehicle, there's no ignoring him. He's driving an SUV that bears the image of an → Read More

The forecast: Lake Erie flood warning continues

Monroe County's shoreline continues to be battered by high water pushed in from Lake Erie. → Read More

Portrait: Remembering COVID-19 victims

Monroe Fire Department Lt. Scott Smiley is among those featured in a portrait series by Monroe News photographer Tom Hawley. → Read More

Portrait: A Monroe nurse proud of her community

Monroe News photojournalist Tom Hawley kicks-off his "American Flag" portrait series with a local nurse. → Read More

Priceless days with mom

As part of his photo essay series, Monroe News photographer Tom Hawley shared this view of a mother's love during the pandemic. → Read More

Pastor ends 18-day stay in hospital with coronavirus

Tammy Massingill holds back tears as her husband, Pastor Rick Massingill of North Monroe Street Church of God, kisses her cheeks after he was released → Read More

Oaks church drive-thru service keeps community together

Pastor Heather Boone of Oaks of Righteousness Christian Church recently held an outdoor service. Her shirt read: “Coming to a parking lot near you! → Read More

Family time with grandchildren during pandemic

“It is time I wouldn't normally have with them but I am making memories that I hope they remember for their lifetime," Tammy Massingill said → Read More

Luna Pier getting ready for spring flooding

Luna Pier officials are trying to plan ahead, especially as Lake Erie water levels continue to rise. → Read More

The show will go on

The high school dancers in the River Raisin Ballet Company were on stage Saturday, dressed in costumes to rehearse for their upcoming show, “Aladdin. → Read More

Where high school wrestling begins

Monroe News photographer Tom Hawley has this photo essay and feature on the history of Dundee's famed wrestling program. → Read More

Following the seeds: Abnormal weather impacts season

This is the final piece in Tom Hawley's photo essay series "Following the seeds." → Read More

Polar Plunge: Ida principals brave frigid water for good cause

The Polar Plunge was held as an incentive for the “Give a Kid a Christmas” program with the high school, middle school and elementary school battling to see which could raise the most money for this annual event. → Read More

Santa Claus, Elf greet Sodt students from rooftop

It was about 45 minutes on the rooftop for Santa, retired groundskeeper Don Wigman, and the elf, Principal Tara Roe, as the Sodt Elementary School students and staff arrived for their last day of classes before winter break. → Read More

Max Hite and his 'GOATS to the Max'

Monroe News photographer Tom Hawley tells the story of a seventh-grader, Max Hite, who raises goats. → Read More

Following the seeds: Combine looks like a 'spaceship'

Monroe News photographer Tom Hawley continues his feature about an agriculture season in Monroe County. → Read More