Jun. 30, 2023 PLYMOUTH VOICE. Plymouth Michigan News UPDATED Northville Township Police say a man suspected of firing shots June 13 in the Silver Springs Drive and Eight Mile Road area of the Highland Lakes community has been arrested and charged. Authorities report Justin Darius Russell, 33, of
Jun. 27, 2023 PLYMOUTH VOICE. Plymouth Michigan News OPINION Minimum wage does maximum damage Hiking Michigan’ government-mandated wage is bad for customers, businesses and most workers By: Jarrett Skorup Michigan’s government-mandated minimum wage could soon rise by 30%, from $10.10 per hour to $13.03 per hour, depending on
Jun. 24, 2023 PLYMOUTH VOICE. Plymouth Michigan News A power outage this Friday afternoon again left thousands of local Plymouth-Canton area DTE Energy residents in the dark. Power outages are not an unusual occurrence in the Plymouth – Canton area, but one this weekend was a surprise when there
Jun. 22, 2023 PLYMOUTH VOICE. Plymouth Michigan News Today the Michigan Senate Energy and Environment Committee heard testimony on Senate Bills 271-277 – part of the Michigan Senate Democrats’ Clean Energy Future Plan. The subject Senate Bills according to the Mackinaw Center for Public Policy are blackout bills that
Jun. 20, 2023 PLYMOUTH VOICE. Plymouth Michigan News Don Howard Staff Writer Last Sunday Plymouth Township Firefighters responded to a car fire on the southbound Ann Arbor Road ramp to I-275. When they arrived four minutes later, they found Christina Lawson’s black Dodge Avenger completely engulfed in flames.
Jun. 19, 2023 PLYMOUTH VOICE. Plymouth Michigan News Northville Township Police continue to investigate reports of shot fired last Tuesday, June 13, in the area of Silver Springs Drive and Eight Mile Road, located near Highland Lakes condominium community. This is not the first occasion of reports of gunfire
Jun. 11, 2023 PLYMOUTH VOICE. Plymouth Michigan News Prevailing Wage Laws Significantly Increase Road Construction Costs By Holly Wetzel A new study from the Mackinac Center for Public Policy shows that prevailing wage laws create unnecessary high costs for taxpayers on public construction projects. The study examines the impact
Jun. 6, 2023 PLYMOUTH VOICE. Plymouth Michigan News D-Day – June 6th, 1944. It has been 79 years but few events have galvanized a population and stirred the imagination like D-Day. As dawn broke over the beaches of Normandy thousands of real-life “Private Ryans,” British, French, Canadians and Americans, left the
May 26, 2023 PLYMOUTH VOICE. Plymouth Michigan News Monday, May 29, 2023 Plymouth Mayflower Veterans of Foreign Wars, Post 6695, and the Vietnam Veterans of America, Chapter 528, will hold a memorial ceremony in downtown Plymouth at 9:00 a.m. at the Veterans memorial Park, Main and Church Streets.
May 26, 2023 PLYMOUTH VOICE. Plymouth Michigan News Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT) officials announced they expect major traffic snarls and challenges starting Tuesday, May 30, on Ford Road (M-153) between Canton Center Road and Sheldon Road through late June. Eastbound and Westbound Ford Road will be reduced to