Mar. 20, 2023 PLYMOUTH EAGLE Plymouth Michigan News Plans for the relocation of the Northville Farmers Market are moving forward with the purchase of the former McDonald Ford site and approval of a due-diligence contract. Northville City Council members approved the $1 million purchase agreement for the property at
Mar 17, 2023 PLYMOUTH VOICE. Plymouth Michigan News Don Howard Staff Writer CSX Transportation will address the Plymouth City Commission at their scheduled meeting next week to discuss railway safety after administrators expressed concerns over toxic train derailments and pollution. At the request of city officials, CSXT Resident Vice
Mar. 6, 2023 PLYMOUTH VOICE. Plymouth Michigan News Ann Arbor Police continue to investigate two sexual assaults first reported by the University of Michigan Public Safety and Security Division (DPSS), on Feb. 28. Today the Ann Arbor Police released a sketch of a male suspected of sexually assaulting two
Mar. 3, 2023 PLYMOUTH EAGLE. Plymouth Michigan News The decision to send five truckloads of toxic waste 225 miles from the site of a train derailment in Ohio for disposal in Romulus and Belleville met with outrage from city, county and state officials last week. While some of the
Mar. 3, 2023 PLYMOUTH EAGLE. Plymouth Michigan News George Lahanas started his new job as Northville City Manager this week. Lahanas, the former city manager of East Lansing, was unanimously chosen by members of the Northville City Council on Feb. 6 to become the new Northville city manager.
Mar. 1, 2023 PLYMOUTH VOICE. Plymouth Michigan News Northville Township Township names first-ever deputy police chief Matthew MacKenzie has been named Deputy Police Chief of the Northville Township Police Department, a new position for the agency. The 21-year veteran of the department will work closely with Police