Category Archives: Communications Posts

Newsletters and Events – October 18, 2020

2020 has been more than scary enough!  So perhaps we should not press our luck and cancel Halloween this year to be on the safe side! Northville City News Skeletons on City Street Provide Halloween fun! Farmer’s Market – Thursdays across from the Race Track – Last Day, October 29th! Parmenter’s Northville Cider Mill –… Read More »

Newsletters and Events Week of October 4, 2020

Driving around the community right now, I get the feeling I’m driving bumber cars as I try to dodge all of the construction vehicles and holes in the asphalt made even worse by the curb work.  Hang in there!  Our new streets will be fantastic once complete! Plymouth Weekly Update Don’t forget scarecrows in Kellogg… Read More »

Silver Lining

I ran across this article and felt that it offered some useful tips in our current world situation and therefore wanted to share this with my neighbors.  As Judy Garland sang, look for the Silver Lining.  You can view it here. When 2020 began, no one could have predicted that COVID-19 would bring much of… Read More »

Flu Shot Clinic

With Covid-19 still a threat, health professionals are stressing that it is doubling important to get a flu shot this year. The Northville Senior Citizens group is sponsoring a Flu Shot Clinic by the Visiting Nurses Association (VNA).  Michigan Community VNA will be offering the Quadrivalent Flu Vaccine. This vaccine targets a fourth strain, which… Read More »

Caveat Emptor

If you have ever heard the term “Caveat Emptor”.  It means “Buyer Beware”  It has been brought to our attention that EcoShield Pest Control, with a soliciting license from the Township, has been canvassing the community, offering great service and lots of scary photos.  This post is not intended to either endorse or discourage the… Read More »

Newsletters and Events – Week of August 16, 2020

If you are feeling down and are just plain tired of social distancing, check out the newsletters for this week.  They have a number of events that you can still do and yet social distance.  In addition, why not support our local restaurants.   Both Plymouth and Northville have closed off streets to allow dining outside. … Read More »

Neighborhood Newsletters Week of August 2, 2020

Your editor and well as her grandchildren love blueberries and therefore, I have a blueberry bush growing in a pot on my deck. Well I couldn’t understand why all my blueberries were disappearing until I captured this little scoundrel climbing up and helping himself.  If he wasn’t so cute…… Northville City News Plymouth Weekly Update… Read More »