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Developer Interested in 60 unit Apartment Complex on Michigan Street

September 2, 2016
Developer Interested in 60 unit Apartment Complex on Michigan Street

The City of Plymouth and the Redevelopment Commission has been working for about 18 months trying to develop the property on the east side of Michigan Street along the Yellow River…..the former Cook Brother’s Furniture and Deon property.   Thursday evening City Attorney Sean Surrisi presented a resolution declaring this portion of the south...
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New Industry Coming to Plymouth in Commerce Building

September 2, 2016
New Industry Coming to Plymouth in Commerce Building

  The shell building, built as a public private project on Pioneer Drive almost 2 years ago has been waiting for a lease or sale since May 2015. Well, Thursday night during a special meeting of the Redevelopment Commission, Jerry Chavez, Executive Director of the Marshall County Economic Development Corporation told members a deal...
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Bremen Police Chief Arrest South Bend Man

September 1, 2016
Bremen Police Chief Arrest South Bend Man

Bremen Police Chief Brad Kile investigated a complaint of a possible impaired driver Wednesday morning about 7.   Chief Kile located 27 year old Dennis McGrew of South Bend and determined he was intoxicated.  McGrew was arrested and lodged in the County jail for Operating While Intoxicated, Possession of a Scheduled II Controlled Substance and...
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A Report of Gun Shots Actually was Firecrackers

September 1, 2016
A Report of Gun Shots Actually was Firecrackers

A concerned citizen called 911 and reported to dispatch the sound of gunfire in the 700 block of North Center Street about 12:20 Thursday afternoon.  They told the dispatcher they saw a couple men running from the scene. Plymouth Police units immediately responded to the area and located a gold Ford Explorer with a...
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Vote Machines Updated for November’s General Election

September 1, 2016
Vote Machines Updated for November’s General Election

Work is gearing up for the Marshall County Election Board with the presidential election in November.  Marshall County Clerk, Deb VanDeMark told members that all 94 voting machines have been upgraded and are ready for programming.  The cost to update the voting machines was $134,804.  The company agreed to delay payment until next year...
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Nappanee Woman Arrested for OWI

September 1, 2016
Nappanee Woman Arrested for OWI

A single vehicle accident Wednesday afternoon just before 3 sent officers from the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department to the junction of US 6 and State Road 106. The driver involved in the property damage accident was 32 year old Melissa Haviland of Nappanee.  During the investigation it was determined that she was intoxicated. Haviland...
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Plymouth Trash Collection Delayed 1 Day for Labor Day

September 1, 2016
Plymouth Trash Collection Delayed 1 Day for Labor Day

The City of Plymouth would like to remind residents who use the city’s trash and recycling program of changes for the Labor Day Holiday schedule.   Due to the Labor Day Holiday on Monday, ALL trash and recycling services will be delayed one day. If your normal trash pick up is Wednesday…next week it...
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South Bend Man Arrested for Domestic Battery

September 1, 2016
South Bend Man Arrested for Domestic Battery

About 11 o’clock Tuesday night, Plymouth Police Officer Wally Derifield responded to 1206 North Walnut Street for a domestic. As a result of that call, 25 year old Marshon Smith of South Bend was arrested for Domestic Battery in the Presence of a Child under 16. He was booked into the County Jail on...
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INDIANA HEALTH DEPARTMENT RECEIVES $519,117 FOR OVERDOSE PREVENTION WORK IN AT-RISK COUNTIES

September 1, 2016
INDIANA HEALTH DEPARTMENT RECEIVES $519,117  FOR OVERDOSE PREVENTION WORK IN AT-RISK COUNTIES

The Indiana State Department of Health (ISDH) has received $519,117 from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to expand overdose prevention outreach in Indiana counties with high overdose rates. The award was announced on International Overdose Awareness Day, which aims to raise awareness of overdose and reduce the stigma of drug-related deaths....
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Safe Labor Day Weekend Travel

September 1, 2016
Safe Labor Day Weekend Travel

The Indiana State Police, the Governor’s Council on Impaired & Dangerous Driving and the Indiana Criminal Justice Institute are participating in the national and statewide 2016 Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over enforcement mobilization through Sept. 5.   More than 250 state and local law enforcement agencies, and thousands more across the country will conduct high-visibility patrols...
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