The photo took second place in the City Landmarks division of our Picture Plymouth photo contest.
Plymouth resident Skip Sturtz has always wanted to help others. Over the years, Sturtz, 58, has wondered to what extent he would go to save another person’s life.
Driving on Old Rockford Road in Plymouth, St. Barnabas might look like a standard church, with an attractive building and grounds.
St. Barnabas has all the music one might expect a church to have—choirs, bells and an organ. But St. Barnabas,
“To provide innovative and life-enriching services for children, adolescents and adults with disabilities.” This is the mission statement of Homeward Bound, a nonprofit organization based in Plymouth that provides 24-hour specialized care to people of all ages with a disability who live at home,
Some of John Olson’s many volunteer hours were spent at the 2018 Primavera Art Festival.
A fixture in the community since 1959, the Plymouth Lions Club has consistently contributed to charitable causes.
This holiday season, Interfaith Outreach is asking area residents to press pause on material traditions to spend one night away from the comfort of their beds and devices in a new community-wide fundraising event called “The Bedless Night.” While this is a new event, it's the 22nd year that the
A local non-profit is seeking to capture the camaraderie within the local home brewer community and help make the world a better place, one beer at a time. Behind this idea is Plymouth resident and home brewer Josh Janos.
Local clothing line Zuma Blu's athletic wear goes beyond traditional retail. Through fun, colorful prints and specialized designs, the brand works with initiatives to help fight bullying and promote self-esteem in adolescents.
Though Bob and Barbara Griffin may live in Plymouth, their hearts are often with the people of Dodoma, Tanzania.
Thanks to 16-year-old Lexi Fresh, young girls in Haiti, Kenya and Senegal are owners of beautiful T-shirt dresses, sewn personally by Lexi and women in Plymouth.