Community

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.

Local hospice volunteer Amy Noble

For Amy Noble, a registered nurse, being a hospice volunteer is a calling.

Plymouth police chief Michael Goldstein and  Cynthia Arkema-O'Harra of Criminal Justice Behavior Initiatives and Chemical Health for Hennepin County.

Since July, a social worker has been working on site with the Plymouth Police Department to help with behavioral health calls.

Two children play on a bridge in Plymouth.

That's a wrap! We had another fantastic year for the Picture Plymouth photo contest—meet the 2019 winners!

A family packs boxes, preparing for a move with kids.

Jaimie Schmeling of Edina Realty offers tips to ease the transition.

A graphic advertising voting for the 2019 Picture Plymouth photo contest.

Voting is now closed. Stay tuned for the winners!

A box of lit Christmas lights.

Mike Justak has had Parkinson’s disease for 14 years. One night when he was having trouble sleeping, he came upon a synchronized Christmas light show, which sparked the idea for PD Shimmers.

Trillium Woods, a senior living facility in Plymouth and 2019 winner for Best Senior Living Residence.

Plymouth's Best Senior Living Residence features staff trained to communicate appropriately, cool technology and an array of amenities.

Mount Olivet Lutheran Church's chapel.

Mount Olivet Lutheran Church opens up and reaches out.

A graphic that reads "Meet Your Winners, Plymouth Magazine Best of '19 Readers' Choice"

Presenting your picks for the best restaurants, shops, salons and more in Plymouth.

Plymouth Creek Center, Senior Living, senior Education, adult education

Card game groups, a biking club, a watercolor workshop and more are on offer at the community center.

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