Celebrating This Year's Most Read Stories. Here's a look at Plymouth Magazine's 2022 in review.
Whether it’s for a wedding, business or event, 50th anniversaries are a cause for celebration. One Plymouth event is celebrating such a milestone this summer thanks to the hard work of volunteers and the community.
Situated along busy Highway 55, just south of the Luce Line Trail, sits one of the city’s first schools. The building, nearly unrecognizable in its current form, was home to the District 95 School.
Earlier this year, our readers’ choice online survey sought your input regarding which restaurants, retailers and service providers you like best in Plymouth. Your votes have been counted and the top three finalists in each category are listed here in alphabetical order.
Books can be powerful tools in educating and enlightening children about diversity and encouraging conversations at home. PBS.org offers a list of books that are great family reads. Some of them include:
Due to the COVID-10 pandemic, the Plymouth Parks and Recreation Department has reimagined the annual Fire & Ice festival, which is traditionally held on Parkers Lake in early February.
When Plymouth native Mitch Reaume founded his first company, Fight for Something, roughly six years ago, his objective was to create a company that looked beyond profit.