Jul. 30, 2020 PLYMOUTH VOICE. Plymouth Michigan News Sally Anne Repeck, a well-known community activist in Plymouth, died July 19, 2020 following a four-year battle with cancer. Ms. Repeck was the former chair of the Wayne County Department of Social Services and also chaired the Plymouth Downtown Development Authority
Jul. 25, 2020 PLYMOUTH VOICE. Plymouth Michigan News Don Howard Staff Writer Members of the Plymouth City Commission approved a plan for the construction of a 10-unit group of single-family condominiums and the redevelopment of the building that formerly housed Saxton’s Garden Center, a Plymouth landmark from 1932 until
Madonna is the founder of the Miracle League of Plymouth, created to give special needs children with mental and physical disabilities a chance to play and experience the joy of America’s favorite pastime-baseball.
Jul. 15, 2020 PLYMOUTH VOICE. Plymouth Michigan News The Texas Medical Association has assembled a risk chart to keep people informed. Physicians from the TMA COVID-19 Task Force and the TMA Committee on Infectious Diseases in Austin Texas ranked the risk factors on a scale of 1 to 10.
Jul. 15, 2020 PLYMOUTH VOICE. Plymouth Michigan News The Plymouth City Commission’s annual meeting tour is in full swing; once again holding outdoor sessions is the city parks. The members will meet next on July 20 at Hough Park (Maple and Evergreen), August 3 at Garden Club Park (Forest
Jul. 10, 2020 PLYMOUTH VOICE. Plymouth Michigan News “Main Street between Ann Arbor Road and Ann Arbor Trail will change this area to a three-lane street with dedicated bike lanes in both directions.” City officials announced roadwork is on schedule to start this week after the Plymouth City Commission approved a $6.9
Jul. 9, 2020 PLYMOUTH VOICE. Plymouth Michigan News The Canton Police Department is asking the public for assistance with identifying a female who is suspected of stealing a wallet from a shopping cart and subsequently using a stolen credit card for fraudulent purchases. The incident took place during the
Jul. 9, 2020 PLYMOUTH VOICE. Plymouth Michigan News By: Kara Gavin Special Writer Pandemic historians who showed the power of efforts to ‘flatten the curve’ say it will take all-out effort by individuals, industry and elected officials to reduce death and suffering until vaccines are available Back in
Jul. 5, 2020 PLYMOUTH VOICE. Plymouth Michigan News Don Howard Staff Writer The streets of Plymouth were quiet on Independence Day with the absence of the traditional Good Morning America Parade. Gone were the crowds, the banners, flags, honking fire engines, high school bands, antique cars, elected officials and
Jul. 3, 2020 PLYMOUTH VOICE. Plymouth Michigan News Don Howard Staff Writer Northville Township Supervisor Robert Nix is adamantly opposed to plans by the Arbor Hills Landfill to dump leachate and contaminated storm water run-off from their compost facility into Johnson Creek. Johnson Creek, part of the Rouge River