27 COVID cases from Luke Bryan’s concert + new park ideas in Canton
Upstairs and theirs, Plymouth-Canton! It’s Friday, so let’s start with everything you need to know in town today.
First of all, the weather forecast for the day:
Generally sunny and pleasant. High: 76 Low: 52.
Here are the best stories today in Plymouth-Canton:
- Township of Canton Canton discussed several new park amenities which include a new public outdoor swimming pool, a toboggan run and a 5 kilometer running course surrounded by breathtaking nature. (Hometown life)
- Livingston County Health Unit said 27 people have tested positive for COVID-19 after attending Luke Bryan’s concert on Saturday near Fowlerville. (Detroit News)
- native of the canton Brandi Rhodes trail blazes in the world of wrestling in All the elite struggles. She is a wrestler, a new mom and a star of a reality TV show that airs after the fight on Wednesdays at 10 p.m. on TNT. (Hometown life)
- The State Council of Solicitors approved a petition which would allow a collect signatures on an initiative that proposes . (The Free Detroit Press)
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Today in Plymouth-Canton:
Plymouth-Canton Patch Notebook
- Michigan State Youth Football Association, Inc .: “It’s that time of year again. The round of 16 and quarter-finals of the State Cup take place this weekend in Saginaw! Good luck to all the teams this weekend!” (Facebook)
- Plymouth District Library: “Join us in the Friends Room this Saturday October 2, 2pm to 4pm!” (Facebook)
- Michigan State Youth Football Association, Inc .: “Friday October 1, 2021 is your last day to submit award nominations and recreation grant applications! ” (Facebook)
- New Morning School, Plymouth: “We love pumpkins and Halloween fun, so we’re excited about our next school trip to Three Cedars Farm on October 29! Parents, check your email for information on this family event. ” (Facebook)
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