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Last November, Cowboy Jack’s restaurant had black smoke billowing from its kitchen roof at dawn. Within 30 minutes or so of arriving, Plymouth firefighters had the fire under control and its cause under investigation.
It’s about this time of year that the warm sun is truly here to stay and we can officially call it spring.
During the annual Interfaith Outreach and Community Partners’ 2014 Sleep Out event, community members spent the night in cardboard shelters, slept in their cars, had 24-hour bonfires, walkathons, culinary showcases and more.
Two years ago, Preceptis Medical, a Plymouth-based company that manufactures surgical tools to allow ear-tube procedures to be performed without anesthesia and with reduced pain and surgical time, was the winning entrepreneur at the
Five years ago when longtime Plymouth resident Jill Goldstein brought home her newly adopted and previously abused dog, Oliver, she didn’t just make a difference in Oliver’s life.
For most volunteers, passion for what they do lives deep in their souls. No one knows this better than the volunteers at French Regional Park in the Three Rivers Park District.
March marks the beginning of Interfaith Outreach & Community Partners’ Prevent Hunger campaign, which addresses immediate hunger in our community and develop long-term solutions for families in need.
No matter the type or stage of cancer, the widespread disease takes a toll both physically and emotionally—and the treatments that come with it put great stress on the body.
The Starkey Hearing Foundation conducts missions around the world to provide people with the tools to prevent hearing loss and regain hearing through donated hearing aids.