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City of Plymouth develops guide for new business development
Downtown Plymouth’s planter displays get long-overdue statewide honors
Plymouth-Canton Community Schools opens second schools of Choice window
Coronavirus causes cancellation of Michigan Jazz Festival
Community Financial Credit Union gives back to the community as part of the summer of sharing program
Village Arts Factory and Spotlight Players bring virtual Broadway to Canton
The Michigan Philharmonic launches “Pop up” concert series around Plymouth and Canton
The Plymouth District Library begins curbside pick up service as part of a phased reopening plan
Canton Township launches plans for virtual July 4th celebration
Local historians celebrate Plymouth’s state champions 100 years later
Canton Police ask residents to follow the rules amidst an uptick in firework use
Plymouth’s popular Music in the Air concert series goes virtual this week.
P-CCS names Carmen Johnson as Workman Elementary’s new principal
Plymouth Kiwanis prepares for modified Independence Day celebrations because of COVID-19
Plymouth-Canton Community Schools officials gauge community opinions on a return to in-person learning
Plymouth-Canton Community Schools Food & Nutrition Services Director, Kristen Hennessey named Michigan’s Director of the Year
Plymouth Township makes a decision on Golfview Park
The Michigan Philharmonic speaks out about racial injustice
PCCS opens second schools of choice window with applications due by July 17th
PCCS continues food pickup services for district families on June 17th and 24th
Investors jump at the chance to buy in to the first 2020 PCCS school improvement bond offering
Salem High School names former Canton football coach Tim Baechler as its newest permanent Athletic Director
P-CCS officials reaffirm commitment to health and safety when students return to school in wake of statewide study highlighting teacher concerns over COVID-19
Giving Hope Women’s Giving Circle goes virtual to lend a helping hand during the age of COVID-19
P-CCS Board of Education President Anupam Chugh Sidhu named to Governor Whitmer’s Return to School Advisory Council
Northville Art House plans 7th Annual Chalk Festival
Friends of the Rouge pledge commitment to inclusion and diversity as they examine the environmental impact of systemic injustices against people of color
Protest in Plymouth’s Kellogg Park brings over 500 people downtown.
The Canton Police Department releases a statement on the death of George Floyd.
Plymouth-Canton Community Schools officials propose 2020-21 budget that reflects COVID-19-related reductions.
Plymouth District Library virtual presentation brings Lincoln to life on Thursday June 4, at 7:00 p.m.
Calvary Baptist Church in Canton starts “Blessing Box,” a shed filled with food and other supplies. The Shed is open to members of the community that need food and other help.
The Penn Theatre starts curbside concessions available on Friday and Saturday nights from 6:00 – 7:30 p.m.
St. Joseph Mercy Health System resumes some elective health procedures following COVID-19 stoppage.
Workman Elementary Principal Dr. Jim Burt retires after nearly 50 years with Plymouth-Canton Community Schools.
Eriksson Elementary First Grade Teacher Freda Hastings retires after a 40+ year career with the district.
Plymouth High School Media Specialist Charlie Jones retires after a 44 year career with the Plymouth-Canton Community Schools.