Accident  Mile Haggerty PLY TWP

Apr. 22, 2013   PLYMOUTH EAGLE.   Fire chiefs from Canton Township, Livonia and Northville Township say their departments will no longer subsidize Plymouth Township Fire Department emergency medical calls. This week the three public safety professionals sent written notice to Plymouth Township Fire Chief Mark Wendel stating that effective immediately

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cross trained

Apr. 22, 2013,  PLYMOUTH EAGLE.   New system employed in Public Safety Department   When it comes to public safety in Van Buren Township, officers take their job descriptions seriously. Whether police or fire officers, the new philosophy of Interim Public Safety Director Greg Laurain and Fire Chief Dan Besson

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Dr Jeremy Hughes

Apr. 23, 2013  PLYMOUTH EAGLE.   Edwards to Hughes: You’re (the school district) the only entity in Plymouth Township that keeps getting tax increases   Plymouth Canton Community Schools Superintendent Jeremy Hughes received a less-than-cordial reception from Plymouth Township officials during their regular meeting last Tuesday. Hughes and school board

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MNB BOOK COVER Wendel

Apr. 19, 2013  PLYMOUTH VOICE.   Tim Wendel, author of the award-winning book, “Summer of 68: The Season that Changed Baseball and America Forever” will speak at the Plymouth District Library on Sunday, April 28, 2013 at 1:00p.m.  This non-fiction work captures the tumultuous atmosphere in America that year.  In the

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Scott Prison Site

Apr. 19, 2013  PLYMOUTH EAGLE.   Opinion   We always admire a good deal when we hear of one, and when it benefits one of our communities, well, that’s even better. Recently, Northville Township officials awarded a bid to have the buildings and structures at the former Robert Scott Correctional

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Video Mission Canton Mans Body Found

Apr. 19, 2013  PLYMOUTH EAGLE.   The body of a missing Canton Township man was discovered in a marshy area of Westland Apr. 1. A survey crew in the area off Ford Road discovered the remains of Matthew Morris, 36, who was reported missing in January. Police confirmed that identification

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Veh Crash Hines Wilcox

Apr. 17, 2013  PLYMOUTH EAGLE.   According to witnesses, a motorist ran a red light at Edward Hines Drive and Wilcox Road at about 2:56 p.m. last Thursday, causing a three-vehicle crash and injuring a 19-month-old toddler. A motorcyclist was also involved in the crash. The impact and chain reaction

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Bombing at Boston Marathon

In the aftermath of tragedy that killed three and injured more than 175 during the Boston Marathon, reports of praise for the emergency medical workers, police, doctors, nurses and volunteers are overwhelming. Like a fine tuned instrument, within minutes, professionals and first responders mobilized, triaged and treated victims lying on

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Ann Arbor Night Lights

Apr. 15, 2013  PLYMOUTH VOICE.   According to a recent press release from the office of City Manager Paul Sincock, Plymouth is continuing to test different styles of retro-fitted LED street lights. The city is considering a proposal from DTE Energy to retro-fit all of the DTE residential street lights

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Lake Pointe Water Tower

Apr. 15, 2013  PLYMOUTH EAGLE.   Contract workers from Texas used a rented aerial boom to remove antenna panels from the Lake Pointe water tower in Plymouth Township last week. Nextel had been leasing the space for the antennas from the township for about $1,900 monthly. Following the Federal Communications

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