Nov. 27, 2023 PLYMOUTH VOICE. Plymouth Michigan News Every year since 2008 Congress proclaims a Saturday in December as National Wreaths Across America Day. Once again, this year representatives from the Huron Valley Chapter – Sons of the American Revolution along with members of the Sarah Ann Cochrane Chapter
Nov. 23, 2023 PLYMOUTH VOICE. Plymouth Michigan News Today we celebrate our blessings, surrounded by family and friends. And we pray for better days ahead, when people who love our country return to running it, when we take back our culture from those who seek our destruction, and when
Nov. 14, 2023 PLYMOUTH VOICE. Plymouth Michigan News Amazon mastered the internet. Grocery stores are a different story By: Caroline O’Donovan Lawsuits and layoffs now litter Amazon’s years-long path to conquering the brick-and-mortar grocery store Daniel Kaye was heartbroken when he learned in 2021 that his neighborhood Barnes &
Nov. 8, 2023 PLYMOUTH VOICE. Plymouth Michigan News WATCH VIDEO Salvation Army Red Kettle Kick Off & Tree Lighting Friday Join the Salvation Army and the Plymouth Downtown Development Authority as they hold their 14th annual Red Kettle Drive and Boulevard Tree Lighting Ceremony, Friday Nov.
Nov. 5, 2023 PLYMOUTH EAGLE. Plymouth Michigan News Plymouth voters will be asked on Tuesday to approve a new 1.75 mill tax to fund new recreation opportunities for the city. The new tax, if approved on the Nov. 7 ballot, would be in effect for 12 years and would
Nov. 1, 2023 PLYMOUTH VOICE. Plymouth Michigan News OPINION Midday on Wed. Nov. 1, during class hours dozens of PCCS Students assembled on the football field and took part in a well-organized despicable display of antisemitism, under the guise of a “protest of the Middle East War,” all