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Busy City Meetings Monday Evening

May 8, 2016
Busy City Meetings Monday Evening

The City of Plymouth will conduct their regular meetings tonight beginning at 6 with the Board of Public Works and Safety. Bids will be open for the 2016 Street and Sidewalk Projects and Mark Sullivan will make a recommendation for Kokosing Construction for the Wastewater Treatment Plant Project. The Board of Public Works will...
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Unusual Evening Meeting of the County Council

May 8, 2016
Unusual Evening Meeting of the County Council

The Marshall County Council will meet hold their regular monthly meeting on Monday evening instead of their regular morning meeting.  The meeting has been moved to the evening to allow citizens who are making their property tax payment an easier chance of locating a parking space. Agenda for the meeting includes an tax abatement...
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LUKENBILL TO SPEAK AT CATHERINE KASPER LIFE CENTER ON ELDER LAW

May 8, 2016

May is National Elder Law Month.  To that end, the Catherine Kasper Life Center, a ministry of the Poor Handmaids of Jesus Christ at The Center at Donaldson, presents a discussion of elder law topics with Adam Lukenbill, attorney at law on Tuesday, May 24, 2016 at 5:30 p.m. EDT in the Kasper Room...
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State Road 23 Resurfacing Project Starting Monday

May 8, 2016

The Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT) announces preliminary work for the State Road 23 resurfacing project, between Edison Road and Gumwood/Main in South Bend and Mishawaka will start Monday, May 9 and this preliminary work will continue through the middle of June. This part of the project will temporarily close lanes and restrict traffic...
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Rochester Woman Dead from Gunshot Wound

May 8, 2016

Fulton County Sheriff Chris Sailors released details on the death of a female. On Saturday night just before midnight, police were sent to an area near 846 West 9th Street for an apparent deceased female that had been located. Fulton County Deputies located the body of a female in a wooded area adjacent to...
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REMODELED BURGER KING® RESTAURANT IN PLYMOUTH REOPENS WITH A BOLD NEW LOOK

May 6, 2016
REMODELED BURGER KING® RESTAURANT IN PLYMOUTH REOPENS WITH A BOLD NEW LOOK

Quality Dining, Inc.®, operator of 36 BURGER KING® restaurants in Indiana, announces the reopening of their restaurant located at 2021 North Michigan Street in Plymouth. The Plymouth project is one of many BURGER KING® restaurants in the Quality Dining portfolio to be rebuilt or remodeled in 2016. The remodeled restaurant features the latest in BURGER KING® design...
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Author Dr. Laura Bates to spend day in Culver

May 6, 2016
Author Dr. Laura Bates to spend day in Culver

The Culver-Union Township Public Library is excited to welcome Laura Bates on Monday, May 16th, as a part of the Celebrated Voices Series. The conversation with the Eugene & Marilyn Glick Indiana Authors Award finalist is part of the Novel Conversations Speakers Program, and is sponsored by Indiana Humanities with support from The Glick...
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Plymouth School Board Approves Changes in Student Handbooks

May 6, 2016
Plymouth School Board Approves Changes in Student Handbooks

The Plymouth School Board met in  regular session on May 3 . Although the meeting was short, only lasting 30 minutes, they were able to handle several agenda items. Ken Olson, dean of students at Plymouth High School, and Jen Hirsch, principal at Riverside Intermediate, shared some of the changes that will be in...
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More Details from the 2016 County Road Plan

May 5, 2016
More Details from the 2016 County Road Plan

The 2016 Road Plan presented to the Commissioners this week by Jason Peters from the County Highway Department includes just over 10 miles of paving for an estimated $787,200.  Road on the list include: 5th Road from State Road 331 to Beech Road Lilac Road from 4A to 5A Birch Road between 20th Road...
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Park Board Approves Lease with Verizon for Cell Coverage in Centennial Park

May 5, 2016
Park Board Approves Lease with Verizon for Cell Coverage in Centennial Park

This week the Plymouth Park Board approved a lease agreement with  Verizon to place 4 small cells on wood utility poles in Centennial Park. Last year during the Blueberry Festival Verizon brought in a mobile antenna truck to provide additional cell phone coverage in the park during the 4 day festival.  The company decided...
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