How do I find an old obituary in Michigan?
The Michigan City Public Library also has an obituaries search tool. The database includes around 90,000 obituaries spanning from 1887 to present day. If you find the obituary you need in the database, you can request a copy from the library.
How do I place an obituary in The Detroit Free Press?
Place an Obituary: Place an Obituary in The Press-Enterprise. To place an Obituary or In-Memoriam, please email the text and photo (if any) to [email protected] or fax (no photo) to 951-368-9018.
How do I contact Detroit News?
You can update your delivery address by visiting account.detroitnews.com/delivery-address/, clicking the chat button below, or calling Customer Service at 1-800-395-3300.
Where can I find old Detroit Free Press articles?
The Detroit Public Library’s main branch has a complete archive of the Free Press available on microfilm, dating back to 1831. For more information on the archive and search services they offer please visit the library’s website or call their general information line at 313-833-1403.
How much does it cost to publish an obituary?
An average obituary can easily be $200.00-500.00. Costs vary by publication. Newspapers charge by the line and can average $450 for a complete obituary. The average obituary cost begins at $200.00 and increases due to the amount of content, including a photograph and the length of the obituary.
How do I find the date of death for someone?
Check online government databases. Do an online search for “death index” or “death records” with the name of the country the person was from. If you believe the person died more recently, or at least within the past 50 years, government databases may have a record of the death.
Is the Detroit Free Press still printing?
The Free Press resumed publication of its own Sunday edition, May 7, 2006, without any content from The News. A quirk in the operating agreement, however, allows The News to continue printing its editorial page in the Sunday Free Press.