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Apr. 12, 2020  PLYMOUTH EAGLE. Plymouth Michigan News   Don Howard Staff Writer Area public safety departments are taking extra precautions to make sure police officers and firefighters are safe when responding to 911 calls during the coronavirus pandemic. Officials said that with the onset of the pandemic their departments

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Apr. 10, 2020  PLYMOUTH VOICE. Plymouth Michigan News   A 46-year-old Canton Township man is accused of attacking his wife with a power saw and dragging his 8-year-old daughter by the hair after slamming her to the pavement. Oswald John Tallent is facing multiple felony charges following his arrest and

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Apr. 6, 2020  PLYMOUTH EAGLE. Plymouth Michigan News   The Canton Fire Department has joined a prestigious group of public safety personnel across the state last month. The Canton department was recently awarded full accreditation from the Commission on Fire Accreditation International (CFAI). The accreditation is an international recognition of

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Apr. 4, 2020  PLYMOUTH EAGLE. Plymouth Michigan News   Bryan Turnbull, the mayor of Northville, recently issued a statement to all residents regarding the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic in the city. “These are indeed extraordinary times and communication is a top priority for all of us. First, I want

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Apr. 2, 2020  PLYMOUTH EAGLE. Plymouth Michigan News   UPDATED   By Don Howard Staff Writer Individuals involved in what Plymouth Township officials described as state funding of “urban sprawl” may soon face public scrutiny regarding the ethics of their actions. The approval of a 2018 supplemental spending bill that awarded

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Mar. 26, 2020  PLYMOUTH EAGLE. Plymouth Michigan News   Members of the Plymouth City Commission authorized the agreement for funding of the new fountain in Kellogg Park at their March 2 meeting. The grant agreement between the city and the Wilcox Foundation is for the amount of $1,170,449.10 for the

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Mar. 23, 2020  PLYMOUTH EAGLE. Plymouth Michigan News   Two local history buffs in Plymouth have published a book about the impact of railroads throughout the area. Elizabeth Kelley Kerstens, the executive director of the Plymouth Historical Museum, and Ellen Elliott, a local historian and lecturer, combined their research sources

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Mar. 18, 2020  PLYMOUTH EAGLE. Plymouth Michigan News   The owner of the mold-filled home at 870 Lotz Road in Canton Township has until April 11 to either cure the problem or demolish the structure unless the Circuit Court grants her petition and takes control of the situation. Should the

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Mar. 14, 2020  PLYMOUTH EAGLE. Plymouth Michigan News   American flags in Canton Township were lowered to half-mast last Thursday as a tribute to former township Treasurer Melissa McLaughlin, a long- time resident and well-known public figure who died March 4 following a year-long battle with cancer. Shirley Melissa McLaughin,

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Mar. 12, 2020  PLYMOUTH EAGLE. Plymouth Michigan News   The Northville Art House will present the 4th annual Young Artist Juried Art Fair showcasing young artists in grades 2 through 12 in March. More than 30 young entrepreneurs will have an opportunity to show their creativity and sell original art

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