Archive - 2013 - Latest News
PLYMOUTH â€” With no public comments, Plymouth Community Schools Corp. Superintendent Dan Tyree's contract is headed to the board for a final determination.
Details of the contract and a new initiative to recruit bus drivers is detailed in today's Pilot News.
PLYMOUTH - Brother's Tavern in Plymouth sustained what fire department officials are calling "heavy damage" late Sunday night.
Additional details will be available in tomorrow's Pilot News.
PLYMOUTH â€” County commissioners are meeting this morning to discuss several items on the agenda, including an emergency response plan, equipment purchases and an update on roads.
Comprehensive coverage of the meeting will be available in tomorrow's print and e-edition Pilot News.
PLYMOUTH â€” A public hearing is scheduled for 6:30 p.m. tomorrow to hear comments relating to the contract renewal for Dan Tyree.
For more on this story, check out today's Pilot News. Details of the public hearing will be published in Wednesday's Pilot News.
PLYMOUTH â€” The annual tree lighting ceremony and parade was well attended tonight, with several dancers, lighted floats and carolers making their way through the downtown.
For photos and story, see tomorrow's Pilot News.
PLYMOUTH â€” Based on a request from local merchants, the City approved additional parking place.
For more on this story, read today's Pilot News.
LAVILLE â€” When Audra Gaines heard her former teacher needed a kidney, she gave up one of her own.
Read this story in today's Pilot News.
PLYMOUTH â€” The Christmas season officially arrives tonight when the flip is switched on the Plymouth Christmas Tree.
The annual ceremony will take place at the recently completed River Park Square, a flood-prone part of the city that has been turned into a community park. The Christmas Tree is one of the focal points.
There will be lots to do for families this evening to get everyone in the holiday spirit.
The Marshall County museum will be open at 5 p.m. with the trains runnng until 6:30 p.m., when the parade starts.
Community members around the county have begun collecting items for the Milton family who lost their home in a fire early Wednesday morning. Everything in the home was a total loss.
Personal hygiene products are welcome as well as any clothing items, shoes, coats, hats, etc. in sizes 5 to 7 for a woman, and 32 to 34 and 28 to 30 for three men.
Donations are being collected at the Argos Legion Hall and the home of Tracy Stockman 106 West South St. in Argos and in Plymouth at WTCA and Pilgrim Manor.
PLYMOUTH - In a release from the Indiana Department of Transportation: The snow has picked up dramatically in the last hour. Crews are out plowing and salting, but many roads in this area are covering fast.
Officials are urging people to postpone travel on these roads -
U.S. 31, U.S. 20 Bypass, SR 933, SR 2, SR 23, SR 331, or parts of U.S. 30 in the South Bend, Mishawaka and Plymouth areas - until crews have had a chance to catch up.