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Aug. 19, 2013  PLYMOUTH VOICE.   When the Plymouth City Commission holds their regular meeting on Monday, August 19 there will be a public hearing on the transfer of the liquor license for 844 Penniman. Jim and Jennifer Dales of Northville are purchasing the former Rock Bar and Grill and

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Dream Cruise

Aug. 15, 2013  PLYMOUTH VOICE.   World’s largest one-day celebration of car culture. With more than 40,000 muscle cars, street rods, custom collector and special interest vehicles on display, the Motor City definitely shifts into cruise mode!   DREAM CRUISE PARKING Since the route runs through many communities, parking can

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Weekend Ahead

  Saturday August 17 – a great day to visit Downtown Plymouth! This Saturday, August 17th, is Free Day at the Plymouth Historical Museum sponsored by the Plymouth Community Chamber of Commerce. The Museum, at 155 S. Main St., will be open free to the public from 1-4 pm to

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USA Map

Aug. 10, 2013  PLYMOUTH VOICE.   Plans Call for Cutbacks in Sites, Staff Layoffs   AOL Chief Executive Tim Armstrong is resorting to major cuts at the company’s Patch local news unit in a last-ditch effort to turn it into the profitable enterprise he promised it would be by the end

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Plymouth Township Pavillion

Rendering of  $625,000 park pavilion.   Aug. 9, 2013  PLYMOUTH VOICE.   Campaign supporter says he’s furious and embarrassed   To the editor: I was furious last week when the Plymouth Township Board voted 4-3 to borrow $2 million to spend on “recreation” projects without any input from the voters.

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Weekend Ahead

Wednesday August 7 Bring your young ones to this week’s summer Music in the Park Children’s Concert Series featuring Gordon Russ the Magician.  These kid friendly concerts will be held every Wednesday at noon in Kellogg Park.   Delta Diamond Setters & Jewelers will be having their 30th Annual Sale

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Bob Lutz in Plymouth

Aug. 6, 2013  PLYMOUTH VOICE.    Geoff Frampton learned a great deal during his 37 years as a Ford Motor Co. engineer. One of those lessons was always try to think out of the box. Now part of the sales staff at Don Massey Cadillac in Plymouth, Frampton applied those

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Susan G

Aug. 4, 2013  PLYMOUTH VOICE.   It’s the boldest thing you can do in the fight to end breast cancer!   Nancy G. Brinker promised her dying sister, Susan G. Komen, she would do everything in her power to end breast cancer forever. In 1982, that promise became Susan G.

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Northville Buy Michigan Now Festival

July 31, 2013  PLYMOUTH VOICE     The Buy Michigan Now Festival celebrates its 5th anniversary in downtown Northville. Hosted by the Buy Michigan Now Campaign and Downtown Northville, the family-friendly festival will showcase a wide variety of Michigan businesses. Featured will be products, entertainers, educational opportunities. live bands, acoustic

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Bank of America Surveillance Photo

July 30, 2013  PLYMOUTH VOICE.   UPDATED FROM JULY 27.   Robbery suspect Michael James Stachowski, age 33 of Canton, was arrested soon after he allegedly held up the Beck Road branch of the Bank of America in Plymouth. On Friday afternoon, police say the suspect entered the bank, waited

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