Plymouth Magazine’s former editors Anna Nguyen took this photo, which took first place in the People & Families category of 2018’s “Picture Plymouth” photo contest.
Health & Wellness
Looking for something to do this summer? After the winter we've had, you'll probably want to spend as much time outdoors as possible.
The creator of the videos has a surprising announcement in this year's edition.
Starting with the 2019 season, the price for stadium staples like hot dogs, pretzels and beer will drop to more affordable levels.
It’s hard to imagine football, hockey or cycling without their iconic headgear. While this emphasis on protection seems obvious on land, head injuries from aquatic sports have been largely neglected, until now.
Can Do Canines summer graduation ceremony honored newly certified assistance dog/client teams.
Sara Williams, a veterinarian and veterinary acupuncturist at NW Animal Hospital, didn’t expect much when she performed acupuncture for the first time on a dog with acute back pain.
If being treated for chronic pain and other symptoms while relaxing under blankets in a recliner sounds like an ideal trip to the doctor, look no further—that’s what you will find at Plymouth Community Acupuncture.
As summer simmers to a close and autumn is before us, the annual Medina Celebration Day is a great way to spend the last summer days. This lively event includes a business expo for Medina businesses, a farmers market and local food vendors, as well as plenty of fun for the whole family, includin
Providence Academy, a private Roman Catholic school in Plymouth serving grades preK-12, has been named the most beautiful private high school in the state by Architectural Digest, a monthly publication and le