Dexter's Laboratory arrives at IDW Publishing
Li'l Gotham writer Derek Fridolfs and artist Ryan Jampole tackle the comic.
Residents voice concerns about Dexter possibly annexing Whitmore Lake schools
Dexter Community Schools got some much needed help from residents as officials begin investigating whether it would be beneficial to all parties that Dexter annex Whitmore Lake schools.
Dexter schools to host information meeting on proposed annexation
The Dexter Board of Education Ad Hoc Committee, tasked with exploring the annexation of Whitmore Lake Public Schools, is hosting an information meeting 6:30 p.m. Wednesday, Dece. 17 at Creekside Intermediate School, 2615 Baker Road, Dexter.
Dexter District Library has plenty of fun planned for holiday break
Local kids are invited to come to the Dexter District Library for several events over the holiday break.
Dexter teen writes guide on fishing in Mill Creek
DEXTER -- You might call Jake Taylor the father of Mill Creek trout fishing. But he?s only 16.
Dexter DPW updates council on sewer backup, leaves collected and licenses for staff
City trying to determine cause of sewer backup
Apparently Michael C. Hall Hated the Dexter Finale, Too
Lumberjack Dexter, we're still not over you. In case you missed the memo: Dexter is pretty widely known as the worst TV series finale of all time, and Michael C. Hall...
Local photographer opens new studio space in Dexter
DEXTER -- Photographer Robert Bowden has been working with Dexter and Ann Arbor-area clients for years, but he recently moved his studio to Dexter for his clients? convenience. Bowden hosted an open house at the beginning of December and said more people showed up than he expected.
Dexter's EastEnders exit revealed?
Dexter Hartman looks like he might be swapping cockney for Geordie by heading to Newcastle.
Single-tier busing system showing cost savings to Dexter schools
In 2010, Dexter Community Schools moved to a single-tier busing system. Since making the change, DCS was able to reallocate nearly $1.5 million to educating students, according to a press release.