Aug. 16, 2022 PLYMOUTH VOICE. Plymouth Michigan News OPINION Guest Editorial By: Ron Picard Should we now protect our children from our local libraries? Libraries are supposed to be a resource for everyone? It used to be that way. However, in 2021 the American Library Association (ALA)
Aug. 16, 2022 PLYMOUTH EAGLE. Plymouth Michigan News The prestigious Ruth Huston-Whipple Award for Civic Engagement was awarded this year to Mark and Patty Malcolm. The couple, longtime Plymouth residents, have been unstinting community supporters and historic preservationists in the city of Plymouth, officials said. The award is presented
Aug. 13, 2022 PLYMOUTH VOICE. Plymouth Michigan News OPINION Watch Video A battle is building over how downtown streets are envisioned and designed in Plymouth and Northville as many of the pandemic driven street changes are now being made permanent. In the past two-years bars and restaurants
Aug. 6, 2022 PLYMOUTH VOICE. Plymouth Michigan News Three days after a rain and wind storm hit the Plymouth area electrical linemen are still working in Lake Pointe. Powerful winds in excess of 60 mph blew across the metro Detroit area on Wednesday afternoon causing widely scattered power outages.
Aug. 3, 2022 PLYMOUTH VOICE. Plymouth Michigan News The Wayne County Prosecutors Office has charged three of five individuals arrested in May at the site of a fire at the former Northville State Psychiatric Hospital, with 3rd Degree arson. Northville Township Police concluded the group of trespassers intentionally started
Aug. 2, 2022 PLYMOUTH VOICE. Plymouth Michigan News The Buy Michigan Now Festival will take place in downtown Northville this weekend for the twelfth year after a two-year hiatus, as part of the annual Buy Michigan Week. This family-friendly event food vendor and street vendors, live music and children’s
Jul. 28, 2022 PLYMOUTH VOICE. Plymouth Michigan News Canton Township Police report a second suspect arrested in Illinois sought for the fatal shooting of a driver earlier this month, in what possibly could have been a road rage incident, has been extradited back to Michigan an arraigned in Plymouth.
Jul. 25, 2022 PLYMOUTH VOICE. Plymouth Michigan News Don Howard Staff Writer State laws define trespassing and in most cases it’s a criminal offense. The former site of the Northville Psychiatric State Hospital on Seven Mile Road west of Haggerty has become a fanatical attraction for urban adventurists
Jul. 23, 2022 PLYMOUTH EAGLE. Plymouth Michigan News The top three improvement projects selected by respondents to a recent Northville survey included land for the Farmers Market, a riverwalk at the Northville Downs property and a master plan for Ford Field. Members of the city council, City Manager Pat
Jul. 22, 2022 PLYMOUTH EAGLE. Plymouth Michigan News The eighth annual Rally on Ridge is set for 4 until 9 p.m. this Saturday, July 23. The event is a benefit for the Canton Farmers Market and will take place on and around the grounds of Cherry Hill School. In