Jul. 31, 2019 PLYMOUTH VOICE. Plymouth Michigan News Members of the city commission spent an hour discussing the potential for paid parking in downtown Plymouth at a Committee of the Whole meeting last week. Plymouth City Commissioners have instructed City Manager Paul Sincock to prepare a plan for the
Rotary Club of Plymouth, left, Sam Kennedy, Dennis Kennedy and Dick Schmidt pose with Principal Maria Hernandez of Roberto Clemente Elementary School in Southwest Detroit.
Jul. 31, 2019 PLYMOUTH EAGLE. Plymouth Michigan News TOP DOGS Canton Township recently welcomed two new officers to the police force. Canine Ofc. Ragnar, along with his handler/partner Ofc. Bryan Szostak and Canine Ofc. Tino, with his handler/partner Ofc. Rian Zinser, received certifications from the National Association of Professional
Canton Police are seeking help in identifying two female suspects. This is suspect No. 1.
American master care restorer and TV personality Wayne Carini is the 2019 Concours d’Elegance Grand Marshall
Jul. 25, 2019 PLYMOUTH EAGLE. Plymouth Michigan News Julie Brown Staff Writer Michigan voters last year OK’d a measure to make absentee voting easier, and Canton Township Clerk Michael Siegrist is following up locally. “Now anybody is eligible,” he said, adding age limits no longer apply, nor do issues
Jul.23, 2019 PLYMOUTH EAGLE. Plymouth Michigan News Mark Johnson, the new general manager at Advanced Disposal Services, got less than a warm welcome at a recent Northville Township Board of Trustees meeting. “Enough is enough,” Northville Township Supervisor Robert Nix said, after Johnson explained his “plan of action” at
Jul. 23, 2019 PLYMOUTH EAGLE. Plymouth Michigan News Gallery: Artists rendering of proposed new Henry Ford Health Systems health center in Plymouth. Henry Ford Health System officials announced plans last week to build a 120,000 square-foot outpatient medical center at the former Kmart site on Ann Arbor Road near
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Jul. 18, 2019 PLYMOUTH VOICE. Plymouth Michigan News Members of the Northville City Council recently approved several purchases and upgrades to equipment in the police department. At a recent meeting, council members approved the purchase of six replacement Mobile Data Computers for police patrol vehicles at a cost of