Severe weather possible through 10 p.m. tonight

Posted Wednesday, Sept. 11, 2019

There’s a risk for severe weather this afternoon and evening, according to the National Weather Service.

NWS in Detroit says storms, including downpours, strong winds, and hail, are possible between 2 and 10 p.m.

Here’s a weather info graphic:


Person found dead inside house following police situation on Huron River Drive

Posted Wednesday, Sept. 11, 2019 — 6:45 AM
Updated 10:45 AM

By Scott Bolthouse | The Huron Hub

Update posted here: Huron Township homeowner sets fire to house, barricades doors before taking his own life

Police found a person dead inside a house near the 21000 block of Huron River Drive following a police situation that began Tuesday evening and didn’t end until the early morning hours on Wednesday.

“We located the subject deceased inside his residence. The investigation is ongoing,” said Everette Robbins, director of public safety, at about 1 a.m. Wednesday.

Police are not releasing any further information at this time.

Police initially locked down the neighborhood near the incident, but they say the area is now safe.

Check back for updates.

Initial article: Police situation ongoing on Huron River Drive between West and King Roads

Police situation ongoing on Huron River Drive between West and King Roads

Photo courtesy of Roger Elkins

Posted Tuesday, Sept. 10, 2019 — 9:00 PM

Updated 10:50 PM

By Scott Bolthouse | The Huron Hub

Update posted here: Huron Township homeowner sets fire to house, barricades doors before taking his own life

There is a police situation ongoing on Huron River Drive between West and King Roads.

Public Safety Director Everette Robbins said Tuesday evening that officers are still assessing the situation.

“At this point it is still a fluid situation. We are still assessing what we have and have the scene contained for the time being. We ask that residents shelter in place until we have a resolution,” he said.

As of 10:45 p.m. Tuesday, Robbins said they have not made contact with anyone inside the house that is involved in the incident.

“We’ve had no contact with anyone inside at this point,” he said.

Huron River Drive is closed to all traffic in the general area of the incident, and police are asking the public avoid the area until the situation is resolved.

No further information is available at this time.

Updates will be posted when they’re available.

Huron Township on top 50 list of safest cities in Michigan

Posted Tuesday, Sept. 10, 2019

By Scott Bolthouse | The Huron Hub

Huron Township is on a list of the top 50 safest cities in Michigan, according to Background, a resource and database for all things related to public records.

Background recently released a list of the top 100 safest cities in Michigan.

Coming in at 46 and making the top 50 safest cities is Huron Township.

“We used the most recent FBI crime statistics to create state rankings. There were initially 7,430 cities in the data set. After filtering out the cities with populations of less than 10,000, 2,929 cities remained. We then calculated violent crime rates and property crime rates by dividing the crime numbers by the population to get rates per 1,000,” the website says.

Other nearby communities who made the list include Grosse Ile Township coming in at number one, and Trenton at number ten.

“We also calculated the ratio of law enforcement workers to per 1,000. These were weighted with -50% for the violent crime rate, -25% for the property crime rate, and +25% for the law enforcement rate. The resulting metric gave us a the safety index score. The higher this number more safe the city is,” the website says.

Detroit Metro Airport to host concessions job fair Sept. 14; public invited to attend

Three restaurants opened for business in June at Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport’s North Terminal. The restaurants include: Cantoro Italian Market Trattoria, Air Margaritaville, Detroit Street Café featuring Zingerman’s Coffee, and Atwater Brewery. (Photos courtesy of Detroit Metro Airport)

Posted by The Huron Hub on Monday, Sept. 9, 2019

Detroit Metro Airport is hosting a job fair on behalf of its concessionaires. The event will take place from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday, September 14 at Nomads – 10100 Middlebelt Rd., Romulus, Michigan 48174.

Management teams from several concessionaires will be on site, interviewing candidates for full- and part-time positions in the McNamara and North terminals.

Opportunities are available at several retail and dining locations including EA Sports, Running Fit, Explore Afar, Cat Cora Tap Room, National Coney Island, Andiamo, Starbucks, Wendy’s, McDonald’s, Chick-fil-A and many others.

Staff from the newest restaurants in the North Terminal: Cantoro Italian Market Trattoria, Atwater Brewery, Air Margaritaville and MOD Pizza will also be on site conducting interviews.

Related: Detroit Metro Airport’s North Terminal welcomes three new restaurants

“One of the ways Detroit Metropolitan Airport contributes to our region’s economy is by employing more than 17,000 workers,” said Wayne County Airport Authority CEO Chad Newton. “If you want to join the team, meet people from all over the world and provide quality customer service, your next job may be right here at the airport.”

Job fair participants must be at least 18 years old and should bring two pieces of identification: a state identification card or driver’s license and their original social security card or birth certificate with seal. Any offers of employment will require successful completion of an airport background check.

“There are so many opportunities for employment and growth at DTW,” said Vice President of AJA & Associates and Joint Venture Partner Julie Anders. “Working at the airport offers a diverse platform for you to learn, grow and succeed. Attending the job fair may be the start of a new adventure.”

For more information, job seekers should contact WCAA’s Concessions team at (734) 942-3751, send an email to or text DTWJOBS to 31996.


Farmers and vintage market set for Sept. 14 at Lajko Park

The farmers and vintage market will be back on Sept. 14 at Lajko Park.

Posted Monday, August 19, 2019

By Scott Bolthouse | The Huron Hub

A popular local event will be back in less than a month from now.

A farmers and vintage market will be held at Lajko Park on Sept. 14.

The event is hosted by the Huron Township Historical Commission and will feature vendors selling vintage and antique furniture, flowers and herbs, an assortment of hand-made items, baked goods, and more.

The hours for the market day will be 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Parking and admission is free, and vendors can grab a spot at no cost.

For full info about the event, please visit this link.

Lajko Park’s location in Huron Township.

Summer-like temperatures to return this week

Posted by The Huron Hub on Monday, Sept. 9, 2019

Hopefully you didn’t power down the air conditioner just yet.

As the summer season starts to transition to more fall-like temperatures, we have to remember that some days in September can still get pretty toasty.

The week ahead will feature a mixture of steamy temps, rain and showers, sunny weather, and some 70 degree days.

Nighttime lows are also forecasted to be a roller coaster ride this week.

Check out the forecast: