The League of Women Voters recently hosted a virtual candidate forum for the two contested seats on the Plymouth City Council. The forum included the Ward 1 candidates Milind Sohoni and Alise McGregor, and the at-large candidates Paul Hillen and Jim Willis. Jim Davis, the incumbent in Ward 3…
As with many events that have been canceled due to COVID-19, so was the popular Music in Plymouth, which brings together more than 15,000 residents for a July evening of fun and musical entertainment.
Three Rivers Park District will conduct deer hunts intended to keep deer herds in balance with available habitat. This will necessitate the closing or partial closing of some parks during the hunts.
After seeing her own life transformation from time spent with a spiritual director, Kami Pohl of Plymouth “sensed the nudge” to train as a spiritual director and invites the community to a free online workshop Tuesday, Sept. 29.
The Plymouth City Council adopted the proposed 2021 tax levy at $41,381,451 or a 6.97% increase from 2020 and set the budget public hearing for 7 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 8.
As the days become shorter and cooler, people are beginning to look for hobbies that can be enjoyed indoors.
Like most other organizations, the League of Women Voters has shifted the way the organization conducts events in light of COVID-19.
Wayzata students Hannah Effron, 14, and Malini Patel, 13, of Plymouth, worked together to create Online Acceleration, a mobile app designed to help connect students struggling with schoolwork with tutors and extra resources.
The City of Plymouth is offering a second round of emergency assistance grants to businesses in the city that have suffered economic hardship due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The city will award grants up to $10,000. Applications will be accepted through noon Tuesday, Sept. 15.
The Plymouth City Council will consider adding a full-time staff position dedicated to diversity, equity and inclusion as part of the 2021 budget process, which is currently underway. The consideration comes in response to residents’ and council members’ interest in reinstating a Human Right…
The expansion of the Plymouth Creek Center is expected to begin in the next few weeks after the Plymouth City Council approved bids for the project Aug. 25.
“Starting Strong, Thriving All Along” was this year’s theme for the Caring for Kids Breakfast, an event organized by Plymouth-based nonprofit Interfaith Outreach and Community Partners.
In honor of the start of a new school year, families with elementary-aged children are invited to join the Plymouth Fire and Police departments for a Back-to-School with Badges drive-through event at 10 a.m. Tuesday, Sept. 1, at the Public Safety Building, 3400 Plymouth Blvd.
The Plymouth Public Safety Department is accepting applications for the Public Safety Citizens Academy, a free course geared toward expanding public knowledge of the police and fire departments. The academy meets 6:30-9:30 p.m. Thursdays beginning Sept. 17.
Those interested in spending some of the last few days of summer at the lake might be disappointed to learn some of the beaches in Hennepin County have recently closed due to unsafe levels of E. coli bacteria in the water.
The Plymouth Police Department will host a virtual community notification meeting regarding Level 3 predatory offender Kevin Eddie Hampton, 39, who has moved within the vicinity of the 13000 block of 54th Avenue North. The community notification meeting is set for 7:30 p.m. Monday, Aug. 24, …
Several local races for city council and school board have been set. The filing period closed Aug. 11 for candidates interested in getting their names on the ballot for the general election this fall.
The Wayzata School Board approved the district-recommended hybrid learning model for the start of the 2020-21 school year.