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SASS, located at 108 E. Maumee St. in downtown Adrian, celebrated their new business opening with a ribbon cutting on July 31. Cutting the ribbon are co-owners Diane Rauser and Joyce Miller. They were joined by Lenawee County Commissioner Cletus Smith, DDA Director Chris Miller, City Administrator Shane Horn, building owner Mark Baker, Chamber members, family and friends.

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Downtown Brick Arch Sewer Improvement Project

Schedule for Week of August 4, 2014

  • Finish storm sewer installation on Maumee between Clinton & Locust
  • Start storm sewer installation on Locust from Maumee North toward Toledo St.
  • Excavate and locate existing underground utilities at Main/Washburn/Toledo
  • Sanitary Sewer installation at end of Toledo running North on Main Street
  • Clearing and grubbing at new storm water outfall at River Raisin off Winter Street

Schedule for Week of August 11, 2014

John Thomas Dodson announced earlier this week that the upcoming 2014/2015 season is to be his last as music director and conductor of the Adrian Symphony Orchestra.

“It has been one of the great joys of my life to serve as the conductor of this wonderful orchestra and to help it continue to make music during some particularly difficult economic times,” said Dodson. “We’ve worked with incredible soloists, created three multi-year giving societies that help sustain the orchestra, grown audiences, commissioned new music, revamped the education program and, at the end of this season, will … (read more…)

Adrian College is pleased to announce that Dr. Jeffrey R. Docking, President has been named to a new steering committee of college and university presidents that will assess the future of independent colleges. The Council of Independent Colleges (CIC) has organized the 23-member panel to develop a plan that encourages independent colleges and universities to revitalize their missions and business models. The project on the Future of Independent Liberal Arts Colleges is funded by the Lumina Foundation.

With the guidance of the steering committee, the project will explore new approaches to … (read more…)

ann head shotThe Adrian Area Chamber of Commerce today announced Ann Hughes will retire as the organization’s President and CEO at the end of this year, effective December 30, 2014. Hughes’ announcement will bring to a close a remarkable 30-year career in the non-profit industry, and will begin an orderly leadership transition over the … (read more…)


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Blood donations needed now to prevent emergency situation

The American Red Cross is facing a looming blood shortage, leading to an urgent need for donors of all blood types to roll up a sleeve and give. Donations through the Red Cross are down approximately 8 percent over the last 11 weeks, resulting in about 80,000 fewer donations than expected. The number of donors continues to decline, and the shortfall is significant enough that the Red Cross could experience an emergency situation in the coming weeks. In addition, the Independence Day holiday … (read more…)

The Lenawee County Historical Museum’s current exhibition features the fabric arts, and offers insight into stories from years past. The exhibition is titled Home Craft: Historic Quilts, Needlework, and Decorative Arts of Lenawee County and will be on display during regular museum hours through December of 2014. Local examples of crochet, tatting, lace, embroidery, cross stitch and quilts are featured.

The Museum is located at 110 E. Church Street in Adrian, MI and is open Tuesday – Friday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. and Saturday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. … (read more…)

Community Celebration Day is a collaborative event between various organizations that are determined to celebrate our community and work together to offer a free or low cost family day. The Centre, the City of Adrian, the YMCA of Lenawee County, and Adrian College are the organizations who are hosting the 2014 Community Celebration Day. This event is for everyone in the community to enjoy! For the schedule visit For more information, call 517-263-6232 ext. 3104.

Saturday, August 2, 2014 … (read more…)

The Adrian Public Library has recently expanded its offering of downloadable eBooks and audiobooks by partnering with over 45 libraries in the Woodlands Library Cooperative. The Library has been offering eBook titles through its OverDrive collection for a couple of years now. “We have recently joined the Woodlands Downloadable Library ( and will be able to offer access to hundreds of additional eBook and audiobook titles,” said Shirley Ehnis, Library Director. “We … (read more…)

Summer fun has arrived! The Corner Park at The Centre opened July 5, providing families and children the opportunity to BOUNCE, CLIMB, SPLASH, and SWIM as they visit each of the park’s four major areas. The Corner Park has it all – combining features designed for free play and movement to keep families and children active. It is a place for community and fellowship, with ample shaded seating, concessions, free wireless Internet access, and so much more! The park expands The Centre’s existing summer fitness options, adding outdoor aquatic classes, water sport leagues, bounce classes, … (read more…)



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