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Sandy Marulis Calvin Carson

Nov. 8, 2012  PLYMOUTH EAGLE.   Miss Daisy   Sandy Marulis will portray Miss Daisy when Barefoot Productions brings Driving Miss Daisy to the stage at 8 p.m. Nov. 9,10,16,17 and at 2 p.m. Nov. 11 and 18. Marulis, a 40-year resident of Plymouth, is the former owner of Michigan

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Plymouth Canton Marching Band

Nov. 8, 2012  PLYMOUTH EAGLE.   The Plymouth-Canton Marching Band (PCMB), received top honors for Flight I at the 2012 Michigan Competing Band Association (MCBA) championship event    Nov. 3 at Ford Field in Detroit.  This is the 23rd time that Plymouth- Canton has been named state champion. With a final

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Nov. 14. 2012  PLYMOUTH EAGLE   Two men died in an early morning crash Oct. 31 in Northville Township. Northville Township Police responded to the area of Eight Mile Road and Sports Park Drive, between Beck and Napier roads at about 3:51 a.m. According to preliminary police investigative reports, a

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Salvation Army

Nov. 1, 2012  PLYMOUTH EAGLE.   Salvation Army     “Doing the Most Good”   It is the sound of a tradition throughout the area during the holiday season. While it many not seem possible that the Christmas holidays are near, next week the ringing of the bells at The Salvation Army

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Wayne City Manger Robert

Nov. 1, 2012  PLYMOUTH EAGLE.   A state of Michigan grant will pay for nearly $800,000 in improvements and equipment for the newly combined Wayne-Westland Fire Department. The communities were notified last week by Gov. Rick Snyder’s office that the fire department would receive $791,787 from the competitive Grant Assistance

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Cordel Jackson

Nov. 1, 2012  PLYMOUTH EAGLE.   Northville Township Police Officers arrested two men last week suspected in break-ins at three Northville homes. All three home intrusions took place at houses located in the Seven Mile and Haggerty area, according to police reports. Police were alerted by a homeowner who witnessed

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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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