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.
Dog parks are social affairs for both humans and canines. The open space provides fresh-air opportunity for dogs to frolic freely while serving as common grounds for community members to connect.
Ever wonder if your trees need pruning or trimming? Local certified arborist Matt Fesenmaier has a few tips to share on proper tree care.
With options for every interest and activity, consider boat rentals at Medicine Lake.
A 30-year-old ash tree stands in Plymouth resident Stan Tikkanen’s backyard. While it’s been a valuable source of shade for his home for many years, it’s also the preferred source of food for the emerald ash borer (EAB) an invasive beetle that was first confirmed in the city last fall.
Minnesota summer means lying pool or beachside and enjoying the weather. Here are the top indoor and outdoor water spots for those lazy summer days.
We’ve waited all year for this. Finally, sweet summertime. However, staying safe under the sun requires some precautions. We checked in with local experts for common summer safety tips: Dr.
Summer is A great time to take advantage of the city’s many bike trails, but don’t forget to refresh your memory on safety before hitting the road.
This spring, take advantage of the natural landscaping and beauty of your yard. Sunrise Native Plants will hold their 11th annual Native Plant Sale on Saturday, May 28 at St. Barnabas Lutheran Church.
Growth, in education terms, is a concept associated with gaining knowledge and the passing from one grade level to another. At Plymouth Creek Elementary School, growth takes on its other common meaning.