Author Archives: Scott Bolthouse

Huron students honor veterans with ‘Art in the Park’ display at Michigan Memorial Park

Second grade students in Huron Township drew their best rendition of the Liberty Bell for the art display. Photos by Scott Bolthouse–The Huron Hub.

By Scott BolthouseHub Editor—

Over 1,000 pieces of patriotic-themed artwork are on display at Michigan Memorial Park from May 25 through June 4 during the “Art in the Park” exhibit to honor veterans of the U.S. military.

Artwork featured in the display was created by elementary, middle, and high school students that attend Huron Schools.

The display lines the entrance to the park, which is located at 32163 W. Huron River Drive in Flat Rock.

Archive photo from the 2017 art display.

“We hope that visitors to Michigan Memorial Park during Memorial Day weekend and beyond will take a few minutes to view the work of the budding artists. It’s a very meaningful recognition and we are proud to partner with our schools in this endeavor,” said Kelly Dwyer, president of Michigan Memorial Park.

“We also hope that people will visit our Family Service office at the entrance of the park to learn more about other activities including our ‘Free Little Library’ and our walking club.”

This is the third year the park has hosted the art display.

Each piece of artwork on display will be labeled with the artist’s name and grade.

From our archives: (Slideshow) Students create patriotic artwork for Michigan Memorial Park


Township Hall closed Monday, Tuesday; trash collection one day behind next week

Scott Bolthouse–The Huron Hub

Township hall will be closed Monday due to the Memorial Day holiday, and Tuesday due to a collective bargaining agreement floating holiday requirement.

Trash collection in the township will also be delayed one day next week due to the holiday.

Have safe and happy Memorial Day weekend!

–Scott Bolthouse

Community-wide garage sale scheduled for every weekend in July

A community-wide garage sale has been scheduled this summer for every weekend in July in Huron Township.

The Board of Trustees approved the motion for the July weekend sales during Wednesday’s board meeting.

To have your garage sale added to a list that will be available to the community, call the clerk’s office at 734-753-4466.

–Scott Bolthouse

Here is the agenda for Wednesday’s board meeting

Scott Bolthouse–The Huron Hub

By Scott BolthouseHub Editor—

Here is the agenda for the May 23 Board of Trustees meeting.

For more information about agenda items, visit the township’s civic portal by clicking here. At that link, you can view an attachment file linked to each item.

The board meets Wednesday at 6:30 p.m. at Township Hall, 22950 Huron River Drive in New Boston.

Department of Public Safety updates community on railroad crossing video feed

By Scott BolthouseHub Editor—

The Huron Township Department of Public Safety updated the community Friday on the progress of a live camera feed that shows the railroad crossings in the township.

The system was launched in August 2017 and has cameras that use solar power. Due to this, sometimes the live feed doesn’t work well during rainy or cloudy days.

The system was launched at no-cost to the department and is a partnership with Bernard Yoscovits and XG Security Services.

The department is currently working with DTE Energy to have power installed at the camera locations.

To access the video, residents can download a smartphone app called ACTi Mobile Client from their phone’s app store.

For directions on how to download the app, visit this article from our archives: Camera system shows live feed of railroad crossings in Huron Township

The Eureka Road crossing in Romulus was recently added to the live feed.

Here is the update posted by Public Safety Director Everette Robbins on the Facebook:

70th annual St. Stephen Polish festival set for May 18–20

(Huron Hub file photo)

By Scott BolthouseHub Editor—

It’s a springtime tradition in New Boston.

The St. Stephen 70th annual spring Polish festival is set for May 18 through 20.

Join parishioners as they celebrate their Polish heritage at the festival held on the campus of St. Stephen Catholic Church, 18858 Huron River Drive, New Boston.

The festival features dancing, dinners, bingo, craft show, carnival rides, kid’s game tent, white elephant tent, men’s softball tournament, 50/50 and basket raffles all weekend long.

Bands will play the festival all weekend long. Friday features Common Ground and Phoenix Theory. Saturday, The Highballs and Wingman. On Sunday, The New Generation and Phoenix Theory play.

Polish mass held Sunday at 11:30 a.m. with Mike Carey.

A $15 prepaid ride ticket can be purchased prior to May 18 in the church school or parish office. The ticket can be redeemed for a one-day wrist band to ride all of the rides. Afterwards, the price for a wrist band is $20 each, per day.

Visit for exact hours, band lineups for each day, and more information.