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The Drive 4 UR School event to benefit the Salem High School football program will continue until 8 p.m. Thursday.
Plymouth-Canton Community Schools will issue a higher amount than originally planned for the first series of bonds.
Shirley Chen was among more than 250 recipients of WXYZ-TV's annual honor.
Teachers, administrators and politicians gathered in Novi to discuss Michigan's responsibility toward educating its population.
Plymouth-Canton Community Schools currently offers four world language options to high-schoolers.
Police & Fire, Schools
Canton Police are teaming up to work with Plymouth-Canton Educational Park (P-CEP) officials to promote a safe end to the school year.
WXYZ Channel 7 anchor JoAnne Purtan will moderate Monday's public education forum in Novi.
Fourth and fifth-graders at Gallimore Elementary learn government by trying to convince legislators that Michigan needs a state fruit.
Plymouth residents Katie Ammons, Jennifer Jones-Tims and Jack Wellman will be recognized during a ceremony Thursday in Waterford.
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