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Plymouth, Michigan is located in Wayne County. Zip codes in Plymouth, MI include 48170. The median home price in Plymouth is $298,000 which is roughly $139/per square foot. More Plymouth information.

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Yesterday | Detroit Free Press

Best of the best: 5 fun things to do July 10-16

Joe Bailey, left, as Baby Jane and Richard Payton as Blanche Hudson in 'Whatever, Baby Jane!,' the Ringwald Theatre's parody of the classic and campy horror flick 'Whatever Happened to Baby Jane?' / Ringwald Theatre A bit west of Royal Oak and every bit as charming is Plymouth's ART IN THE PARK, which launches its 35th edition Friday.

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Mon Jul 07, 2014

Hometown Life

Tragic Addiction & the road to redemption

Of these, nearly 2 million have used cocaine and more than 6 million have used marijuana within the past year.

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Westland Observer

Adopt a theater seat, see Woody Allen comedy in Plymouth

Mat DeLisle of Ypsilanti plays Allan Felix and Eric Corliss of Livonia is the ghost of Humphrey Bogart in Barefoot Productions' staged reading of Play it Again, Sam.

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Sun Jul 06, 2014

Art Daily

Exceptional European highlights added to RM's 20th anniversary Motor City Sale

RM Auctions announced the addition of a fantastic group of European highlights to its upcoming Motor City auction, July 26 in Plymouth, Michigan.

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Detroit Free Press

Debate rages over proposed Plymouth Township amphitheater

Plymouth Township Supervisor Richard Reaume describes an amphitheater proposed for the community park as just another embellishment for the 80-acre "gem" on Ann Arbor Trail, one that would boost the quality of life in the western Wayne County community and give the area's performing artists an additional venue.

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Fri Jul 04, 2014

Plymouth Township Observer

Uncle Sam helped ring in the Fourth of July holiday in downtown Plymouth.

Sally Patch of Westland watched Friday's Good Morning USA Fourth of July parade roll by down Plymouth's Main Street and thought about her dad.

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Thu Jul 03, 2014

Observer & Eccentric

Surveys highlight progress in restoring Rouge watershed

The reports summarize what was found by volunteer monitoring during the April 12 Spring Bug Hunt and the March 31 through May 15 Frog and Toad Survey.

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Observer & Eccentric

Tons of fun, lots of history: A tour of historic Hines Drive Park

Fall is the prettiest time of year to take a drive, bike ride or Segway on Hines Drive.

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Observer & Eccentric

Notice - City of Plymouth, Michigan

Additional information appears on the reverse side of your tax statement. MAKE ALL CHECKS PAYABLE TO: CITY OF PLYMOUTH.

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Observer & Eccentric

City of Plymouth

The City of Plymouth has scheduled and will be conducting the Accuracy Testing for the Optical Scan Voting Equipment, as well as the Hearing Impaired Equipment for the Primary Election to be held on TUESDAY, AUGUST 5, 2014.

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Wed Jul 02, 2014

SAE International

Launches Ride-and-Drive at Co-located Symposia in Plymouth, Michigan

SAE International's Transmission and Driveline Symposium and All-Wheel Drive Symposium will be co-located at The Inn at Saint John's in Plymouth, Michigan this upcoming October 14-16.

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Westland Observer

Dr. Michael Meissen Bill Bresler | staff photographer

Now that the Plymouth-Canton Board of Education has approved a limited school-of-choice option that will allow 200 K-2 students from outside the district's borders, district administrators have put together a plan for how to find and seat them.

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Tue Jul 01, 2014

Plymouth Downtown Development Authority

Concours d'Elegance Weekend Shuttle Buses

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Observer & Eccentric

Nearly 200 show up to celebrate retiring Northville fire chief

Retiring Northville Fire Chief Jim Allen greets 28-year Northville police officer Gary Callender during Allen's retirement party on June 26 at the Italian American Banquet Center in Livonia.

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Observer & Eccentric

Storms knock out power for 4,400 Livonia homes

Molly Caramagno and her family were trapped on their property as work crews cleaned up some downed wires near her family's home on Merriman north of Six Mile Tuesday morning.

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Mon Jun 30, 2014

Plastics News

Constar's Dutch plant sold to UTB Industry

UTB Industry, situated in Waalwijk in the Netherlands, has taken over the Zevenaar, Netherlands-based operations of PET blow molder Constar International Holdings LLC. Constar molds PET bottles and preforms for the soft drink, dairy, beer and wine markets.

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Autoblog

Report: Detroit Electric is actually active in Detroit

Here's some news that will make the urban scavengers sifting through the ruins of the Motor City a little disappointed.

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Sun Jun 29, 2014

Observer & Eccentric

Performers kick off summer of fun at Plymouth library

The Plymouth library is also offering summer reading fun for younger children, teens and adults.

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Observer & Eccentric

Area expert: Plymouth area one of county's 'gems'

The director of economic and community development for Wayne County on Wednesday called the Plymouth and Northville areas two of Wayne County's "gems" and said both the MEDC and MDOT are "actively engaged in a large project" involving both communities.

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Fri Jun 27, 2014

Observer & Eccentric

Birthday party rings in Plymouth Museum exhibit

Plymouth's Margaret Dunning is the Plymouth Historical Museum's biggest benefactor, so it seemed appropriate that, to kick off a new year in her 104-year-old life, museum officials would use a birthday party to kick off their newest exhibit.

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