McKenna Stremke

McKenna Stremke knows her way around mixing bowls and cake stands.

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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.

Northern Glasses drinkware

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.

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Our digital editions are back with a brand new look!

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Congratulations to the winners of the 2020 Picture Plymouth photo contest!

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Head to Apple Jack Orchards for a fun-filled, activity-packed day.

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Wendy Stevens is president of, which launched in 2010 and has been helping these beautiful birds ever since.

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The Plymouth Historical Society is exploring new ways to engage the community during this historic time.

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If you find an unexpected letter in your mailbox in the coming weeks, don't fret. It's just the City of Plymouth trying to keep residents connected.

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In 2019, 1,611 volunteers contributed 23,770 hours of service through the City of Plymouth’s volunteer program.