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Water Main Break

Oct. 29, 2012  PLYMOUTH EAGLE.     Early last Thursday morning, a major water main break crippled local Plymouth Township businesses along Five Mile Road, backed up traffic and left a bank manager and some merchants with questions and concerns. A main water line leading from the newest water tower

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School

Oct. 18, 2012  PLYMOUTH EAGLE.   Construction is almost complete and classes have officially begun at the new 47,000 square foot Plymouth Scholars Charter Academy in Plymouth Township. The school located on North Territorial Road opened Sept. 1 to 570 new students and a formal dedication and open house took

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Lilley Road Home

Oct. 18, 2012  PLYMOUTH EAGLE. STATE POLICE INVESTIGATION CONTINUES   An unidentified Plymouth Township man was shot and killed by a City of Plymouth police officer late Sunday evening Oct. 14, following a confrontation at a home on Lilley Road. According to a statement from Plymouth Police Chief Al Cox,

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Ply Canton Edu

Oct. 18, 2012  PLYMOUTH EAGLE.   The Plymouth-Canton Educational Park Marching Band has won yet another championship. The band students have won so many awards that many in the community have become somewhat jaded to the importance of their accomplishments. This is a big deal. Every one of these competitions,

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Richard Reaume Plymouth Township Supervisor

October 4, 2012  PLYMOUTH EAGLE.   Township safety plan questioned   To the editor; At the Sept. 25 Plymouth Township Board of Trustees’ meeting, I asked our township supervisor an important question regarding his plan to implement a public service model that has police officers serving as firefighters. The plan

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United Way Make a Difference

September 30, 2012  PLYMOUTH EAGLE.   Help a senior or person with disability. Want to make a difference by helping a senior citizen or person with a disability? Are you a senior or a disabled person who could use a hand to rake leaves? Plymouth Community United Way (PCUW) is

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Timothy Beckett

UPDATE:  City of Detroit Council- Photo Gallery   September 27, 2012  PLYMOUTH EAGLE.   Detroit officials are finalizing a course of action regarding a $16 million piece of property in Plymouth Township erroneously sold for back taxes Plymouth Township was the buyer of the land, paying $606,000 for the property,

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Northville Township Municipal Building

September 6, 2012  PLYMOUTH EAGLE.   We’d just like to officially congratulate Northville Township for the recent $582,000 federal grant that will be used to provide a full complement of firefighters on staff. These grants, part of the federal stimulus package, were designed to keep firefighters and police officers on

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September 17, 2012  PLYMOUTH EAGLE.     The City of Plymouth Road Paving and Infrastructure is continuing with work on three different streets now in progress. SUTHERLAND  Between Main and McKinley – The landscape contractor is working in the area and will make initial repairs to sprinkler systems before bringing

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US Dollars

September 6, 2012  PLYMOUTH EAGLE.   Mr. Edwards, who plans to oversee the operation, will require the Township to increase their reliance on the services of the HVA Ambulance Co.   TO THE EDITOR   I have made it my business to become thoroughly informed about the issues surrounding our

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