Feb. 21, 2023 PLYMOUTH VOICE. Plymouth Michigan News Police are investigating whether high levels of carbon monoxide may have caused the death of a Canton business owner. Canton Police report a death investigation is underway after receiving a 9-1-1 call this morning just before 7:00 a.m., Tuesday (Feb. 21)
Feb. 20, 2023 PLYMOUTH VOICE. Plymouth Michigan News OPINION Nowadays Plymouth area residents and city leaders have even more reasons to be concerned about the railroads in the aftermath of a February 20, 2023 Ohio train derailment catastrophe. It’s more than stalled trains that often block tracks for hours
Feb. 16, 2023 PLYMOUTH VOICE. Plymouth Michigan News Don Howard Staff Writer UPDATED Fire ripped through historic Salem Township roadhouse restaurant Karl’s Cabin last night causing extensive damage to the log cabin building built in 1947 near the border of Plymouth Township. Dinnertime patrons were quickly evacuated from
Feb. 8, 2023 PLYMOUTH EAGLE. Plymouth Michigan News Canton Township police investigators are attempting to identify four individuals who may have been involved in a shooting that occurred in the area of 51074 Mott Road at about 11 p.m. Jan. 21. Police said multiple shots were fired into
Fe. 8, 2023 PLYMOUTH EAGLE. Plymouth Michigan News Thousands of vinyl records, CDs, import only releases, t-shirts, posters, and other collectibles will be on display with the return of the 14th annual 88.1 Record Show on Saturday, Feb. 11. The show will continue from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m.
Feb. 3, 2023 PLYMOUTH VOICE. Plymouth Michigan News Fellow firefighters, family, friends, and residents mourn the untimely loss of active-duty Plymouth Township Fire Department Battalion Chief Christopher Mack, of Canton, who passed away January 31, 2023 at the age of 50 after after suffering heart failure. Known for his
Feb. 2, 2023 PLYMOUTH VOICE. Plymouth Michigan News OPINION Thousands of post cards are filling mailboxes in our community calling for residents to contact their Lansing lawmakers; the ones who are backed by Gov. Gretchen Whitmer. They’re the work of a conservative advocacy group, known as Americans for Prosperity,