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October 21st, 2014
PLYMOUTH â€” The Senior Expo will be in full swing October 23 at Plymouth High School. From 8 a.m. until 3 p.m., community members can snack on food and goodies while having their inquiries answered.
For the last few years, the expo has been held at the LifePlex. But Jackie Wright, Director of the Marshall County Council on Aging, knew the location needed to be bigger this year.
â€śThe expo has grown and due to the growth and the possibility for future expansion, we needed a larger venue,â€ť said Wright.
The complete article with event details can be found in today's Pilot News.
PLYMOUTH â€” The Plymouth School Board will hold a public hearing concerning the contract of the Superintendent prior to the regular meeting on November 4.
Patrons will be allowed to give testimony during the hearing scheduled for 6:30 P.M. in the Board Room located at 611 Berkley St.
The Board released a summary of the proposed contract that would be in effective from July 1, 2015 until June 30, 2019 for the extension of the contract with Daniel Tyree. According to the release, the compensation will be effective retroactively starting July 1, 2014.
Full article in today's Pilot News.
Early Monday morning a break-in occurred at Tippecanoe Valley Middle School. Forced entry was made into the building where the intruder attempted to steal money, prescription medications, and musical instruments from secured areas. Damage was done to a few areas of the school, with the primary damage occurring in the office and nearby areas.
The Plymouth Redevelopment Commission will meet on October 21.
CITY OF PLYMOUTH REDEVELOPMENT COMMISSION
October 21, 2014
REDEVELOPMENT COMMISSION Council Chambers
5:30 P.M. 124 N. Michigan St., Plymouth
Garro Street entrance
1. Call to Order
2. Roll Call
3. Approve Minutes of Regular Session of September 16, 2014
4. TIF #1
a. Metronet Project Updates
b. Oak Road Improvements Updates â€“ City Engineer
5. TIF #2
a. River Park Square Project Updates
6. TIF #3
a. Garmong Shell Building Project Update
7. Metronet Project
8. Approval of Redevelopment Invoices
Each event includes employers looking to hire in these communities
INDIANAPOLIS â€“ The Indiana Department of Veterans Affairs will be visiting eight Hoosier communities over the next several weeks, holding Community Outreach events that will offer veterans, active duty members and their dependents opportunities to connect with services and prospective employers.
Those planning to be the only Elsa at the Halloween party might want to let that one go. It's likely she'll be the number one costume this year. Mashable asked the data miners at Google Trends to share what costumes people are searching the most, and unsurprisingly, Queen Elsa tops the list. She's joined by a few of her Frozen castmates, and a whole slew of familiar faces in the pop culture world. So, while that Guardian's of the Galaxy costume may seem like a really awesome idea, thousands of others are planning to wear the same thing.
MARSHALL COUNTY â€” Halloween is only two weeks away, but Downtown Plymouth's merchants will celebrate this weekend.
On Friday, Oct. 23, the Plymouth Parks Department will hold the Centennial Park's Haunted Grounds event from 6 to 8 p.m. Activities, candy, costumes, and a hay ride are free to those attending at Freyman Shelter.
The Plymouth Chamber of Commerce will hold a downtown Halloween Parade and Trick-or-Treating day from 1 to 3 p.m. on October 25. The route will be along Michigan Street. Participants are encouraged to wear their costumes.
Other town celebrations include:
PLYMOUTH -- A substitute teacher hired recently by the Plymouth Community School Corporation was fired when school officials were tipped by a parent that the male substitute had allegedly been involved in criminal activity in another state.
PLYMOUTH â€” On the night of Oct. 15 a report was made to the Plymouth Police Department regarding a burglary and robbery on Hoham Drive.
According to the police report, Hubert Dulworth stated that an unknown subject had broken into a business that he managed and then attacked him. Dulworth stated that he was then hit on his head and became unconscious. He also informed officers that a large amount of cash was taken.
We are often warned of the dangers of suffocation with printed labels on plastic bags. We think of children playing with the bags and being at risk. Kids arenâ€™t the only ones at risk.
â€śI had no idea, I never thought that something like that could happen,â€ť began Bunnie Sullivan.
Sullivan lost her beloved German Shepard due to suffocation. The incident took the life of three year old Carson while Sullivan was away.