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The City of Plymouth will host an open house on May 22.
Government, Police & Fire
Wayne County Executive Robert Ficano spoke at the groundbreaking ceremony in Hines Park.
The Canton state representative and two of her colleagues are promoting a package of bills that supports women's health.
Teachers, administrators and politicians gathered in Novi to discuss Michigan's responsibility toward educating its population.
WXYZ Channel 7 anchor JoAnne Purtan will moderate Monday's public education forum in Novi.
The Marketplace Fairness Act was approved this week in the U.S. Senate, and is headed to the Republican-controlled U.S. House for consideration. Both Michigan's senators voted for the bill, which would require merchants to collect state taxes on internet
The $114.4 million bond issue passed by a whopping 65 percent on Tuesday's election.
The polls close Tuesday at 8 p.m. and we'll report the election results as they come in.
The Detroit House of Corrections property was obtained by Plymouth Township in 2011.
Plymouth and Canton communities will decide whether Plymouth-Canton Community Schools will get a $114.4 million bond issue to build a new middle school and upgrade technology, facilities and buses.
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