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Redevelopment Commission Updated on Various Projects

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March 28, 2018
Redevelopment Commission Updated on Various Projects

Tuesday evening, members of the Plymouth Redevelopment Commission (Dan Tyree, Tom Pedavoli, Nancy Felde, Billy Ellinger and Melissa Christiansen) received an updates on the major renovation project in City Hall, the Aquatic Center project, the River Gate South residential project and the Hoham Drive project. City Attorney, Sean Surrisi told members a project meeting...
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Mark Jackson Sentenced to 12 Years for Possession of Heroin

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March 28, 2018
Mark Jackson Sentenced to 12 Years for  Possession of Heroin

Mark Jackson, 54, of Chicago, Illinois, was sentenced on March 28, 2018 in Marshall Superior Court No. 1 to twelve years imprisonment at the Indiana Department of Correction for Possession of a Narcotic Drug, specifically Heroin as a Level 4 Felony.  No part of the sentence was suspended.  Judge Robert O. Bowen approved an...
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Medical Foundation Blood Drive at Plymouth Fire Station Saturday

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March 28, 2018
Medical Foundation Blood Drive at Plymouth Fire Station Saturday

Plymouth Mayor Mark Senter will host a blood drive for The Medical Foundation this Saturday, March 31st.  The blood drive will be held in the parking lot adjacent to the Plymouth Fire Department at 111 North Center Street from 8 a.m. till noon. The mobile unit will accept those with appointments and walk-ins on...
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Don’t Let the Promise of a Large Refund Cloud Your Judgement

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March 28, 2018
Don’t Let the Promise of a Large Refund Cloud Your Judgement

The Indiana Department of Revenue (DOR) continues to partner with the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) to share the top tax filing season concerns referred to as the “IRS Dirty Dozen” tax scams for 2018. The sixth scam in the 12-part series is inflated refund claims.  Inflated refund claims are touted by scam artists claiming...
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Walorski Announces 2018 Congressional Art Competition

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March 28, 2018
Walorski Announces 2018 Congressional Art Competition

U.S. Representative Jackie Walorski (R-Ind.) Thursday announced the 2018 Congressional Art Competition and invited high school students throughout Indiana’s 2nd District to submit their original artwork by Friday, April 13th. “Every spring I look forward to seeing the wide variety of artwork from our incredibly talented young Hoosier artists, ”Congresswoman Walorski said. “I encourage all interested...
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Marshall County & Plymouth to benefit from more than $160 Million Going to Rural Communities for Infrastructure Improvements

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March 28, 2018
Marshall County & Plymouth to benefit from more than $160 Million Going to Rural Communities for Infrastructure Improvements

The Indiana Department of Transportation announced Wednesday that $161.2 million in federal transportation funding is being awarded to 66 cities, towns, and counties in rural portions of Indiana to invest in local road and bridge improvements as well as sidewalk and trail projects. Combined with local funds, approximately $212 million is being invested in...
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INDOT Reminds Hoosiers to Keep Campaign Signs Out of Rights-of-Way

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March 28, 2018
INDOT Reminds Hoosiers to Keep Campaign Signs Out of Rights-of-Way

As primary elections approach, the Indiana Department of Transportation reminds Hoosiers that campaign signs are prohibited from state right-of-way according to Indiana Code 9-21-4-6.  INDOT personnel are required by state law to remove all unauthorized signs within the state right-of-way. Areas that should remain sign-free include: Intersections Interchanges Rights-of-way that run parallel to highways...
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Donnelly: AARP Study Adds to Chorus of Evidence that Administration’s Actions Are Causing Hoosiers’ Health Premiums to Rise

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March 28, 2018
Donnelly: AARP Study Adds to Chorus of Evidence that Administration’s Actions Are Causing Hoosiers’ Health Premiums to Rise

A new analysis from AARP provides further evidence that the Administration’s efforts to sabotage the health care markets by undermining and destabilizing the Affordable Care Act will lead to higher premiums for older Hoosiers. The analysis showed that, due to recently-proposed short-term plans and policy changes from the tax law, premiums for a 60-year-old Hoosier...
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SJHS & South Bend Cubs make a triple play for seniors

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March 28, 2018
SJHS & South Bend Cubs make a triple play for seniors

For the third consecutive year in a row, the South Bend Cubs and Saint Joseph Health System(SJHS) have joined forces by presenting the Silver Sluggers Program 2018, a triple play for seniors in our community. The program offers special ticket pricing and programming for participating seniors. SJHS St. Paul’s is also taking special measures...
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Indiana Voucher Program, Op Ed article written by Dr. Phil Downs Supt. SW Allen County Schools

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March 28, 2018

Recently there have been a lot of stories and opinion pieces written about the Indiana voucher program and school funding. There appears to be a misconception about how the voucher program works as well as its impact on public schools. Here is how a voucher works. A family wanting to attend a private school...
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