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The Penn Theater in Downtown Plymouth Presents Saving Mr. Banks Showtimes: Friday, March 14 7:00 PM & 9:20 PM Saturday, March 15 7:00 PM & 9:20 PM Sunday, March 16 4:15 PM & 7:00 PM Thursday, March 20 7:00 PM All seats are $3.00 The Penn Theater is located in Downtown Plymouth, across from Kellogg Park For more info click here----> ... (more)
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State Rep. Kurt Heise invites residents to coffee hours
State Rep. Kurt Heise is hosting coffee hours to give residents a convenient opportunity to meet with him locally and discuss state or local issues.
Tanya Panizzo, a former auto engineer, is the owner of Fighting Spirit Personal Safety.
One in three women experience physical or sexual violence in their lifetime, according to a 2013 World Health Organization report.
Thu Mar 13, 2014
Garden City Observer
Carla Jones (left) of Rochester, Brenda Brown of Farmington Hills and ...
Carla Jones of Rochester, Brenda Brown of Farmington Hills and Terri Moon of West Bloomfield enjoy the Go Red for Women Luncheon.
Angela Hospice holds annual Laughter Lifts You Up fundraiser
Celebrating a ladies night out for a good cause at last year's Laughter Lifts You Up are Monica Marini of Dearborn Heights, Michelle Buchanan of Livonia and Janice Tosto of Canton.
Plymouth-Canton eyes partnership with U-M
Educators in the Plymouth-Canton Community Schools will team with faculty at the University of Michigan to make sure P-CCS students are coming out of high school ready for either a college or professional track.
Plymouth Township man's debit card used in fraud
A Plymouth Township man reported to police Sunday that a debit card of his had been used without his knowledge in the cellular phone department of a store in Flint.
Plymouth artist draws honors in international contest
Kirbi Fagan often combines an old-time pastoral look with elements of the fantastical, such as this spaceship-like object in a farm scene.
Wed Mar 12, 2014
The Macon Telegraph
Corned beef plain and fancy for a tasty St. Patricks Day
PATRICIA BECK/DETROIT FREE PRESSCorned Beef Dinner at Sean O’Callaghan’s in Plymouth, Mich., is a St. Patrick’s Day menu favorite.
Mon Mar 10, 2014
Ronnoco sells bottled water business
Ronnoco Coffee has sold its bottled water business to Absopure Water Co., based in Plymouth, Mich., the company said Monday.
Observer & Eccentric
Canton, Plymouth Dems roll out issues forum
Democratic clubs in Canton and Plymouth are ratcheting up efforts to strengthen support for their political party's views on education, women's issues, the labor movement, voting rights and LGBT -- lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender -- community.
Fri Mar 07, 2014
The Detroit News
Welcome Mat: The latest and greatest for your home
Great Lakes' Coca-Cola Collectors Club hosts annual swap meet and show If you love old Coca-Cola memorabilia, head out to Livonia on Sunday.
Thu Mar 06, 2014
Livonia Dots retailers set to close after liquidation approved
Two women's fashion retailers in Livonia will close their doors this year after their parent company was approved for liquidation earlier this winter.
Wed Mar 05, 2014
Unbound: Wsu Mfa 2 Thesis Exhibition; Now through March 7th, 2014
UNBOUND: MFA 2 THESIS EXHIBITION Dates: February 14th through March 7th 2013 Opening Reception took place on Friday, February 21st from 5-8 pm James Pearson Duffy Department of Art and Art History 150 Art Building, 5400 Reuther Mall 577-2423 www.art.wayne.edu I found this exhibit to be impressive.
Joined by Dr. Ferdinand K. Pi ch, J.D. 'Dave' Power III and designer Alex Tremulisa
Our boss, Autoweek and Automotive News editor-in-chief Keith Crain, has been inducted to the 2014 Automotive Hall of Fame.
Observer & Eccentric
Musician plays 'world blues fusion' with Aboriginal twist
Peter Harper is ready to jam, aboriginal-style. "It's a piece of wood with a hole in it," said Harper, describing the didgeridoo, an indigenous Australian woodwind instrument he sometimes plays on stage with his blues band, Harper and the Midwest Kind Band.
Tue Mar 04, 2014
The "Big Kids" Enjoy a Snowday
Dave Hoagland, Anita Adams, and Adrienne Adams built a 12' long, green Lockness Monster, a colorful snow castle, and a Motor City Trivia snowman on Feb. 22, 2010.
Supervisor Reaume Serving His Last Term
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Mon Mar 03, 2014
Lawsuit filed against city of Ann Arbor over mandatory sump pump installations
Ann Arbor attorney Irvin Mermelstein, who has been threatening to sue the city over the footing drain disconnection program for the past two years, is representing two sets of plaintiffs in a new lawsuit.