Canton Lumber Store Plans Stislicki Case Expansion + Update
Happy Friday, Plymouth-Canton! Let’s start today on an enlightened note. Here are the most important things happening in town today.
First, today’s weather forecast:
Cooler; some rain in pm. High: 54 Low: 45.
Here are today’s top stories in Plymouth-Canton:
- Mans Lumber Plans expansion at the Michigan Avenue business in Canton. (hometown life)
- Plymouth-Township Possible Owners: look through 3 new homes on the market. (Plymouth-Township Patch)
- Frost hazard pass In Plymouth-Canton, Making Gardening Safe. (Plymouth-Township Patch)
- Investigation into the murder of Danielle Stislicki: the suspect’s lawyer said retired police chief broke the law.
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Today in Plymouth-Canton:
- Wizard of Oz – Youth Edition (7:00 p.m.)
From my notebook:
- Neighbor Nextdoor, W Ann Arbor Trail: “We are looking for someone to install a bulkhead/cellar door above a cement staircase leading to our basement. – Any recommendations?” (The next door)
- Nextdoor neighbor, Parc Flodin: “Looking for able-bodied teenagers to rake my lawn, both in front and behind. – I will provide grass bags, and even rakes if needed. TIA. 🦋” (The next door)
- Public Information Officer, Washtenaw County Health Department Susan Ringler-Cerniglia, Washtenaw County: “Increase in Opioid Overdose Events – ALERT: Increase in ‘multiple’ opioid overdose events (two or more people overdosing at the same time and in the same place) in Southeast and Central Michigan, including Washtenaw County (2/27/22 – 3/5/22 emergency…” (The next door)
- Next door neighbor Palmer: “Please consider helping out some of my friends! – https://www.clickondetroit.com/news/local/2022/03/10/animal-rescue-farm-in-manchester-seeks-volunteers- donations-to-help-keep-operations-running/?outputType=amp” (The next door)
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— Dylan Siwicki
About me: I was born and raised on the Westside of Detroit, in the Polish blue-collar neighborhood of Warrendale. I am a Detroit Public School graduate who fought hard to earn my education. My aspiration to journalism came when I was young, when I started following the corruption scandal of former Detroit Mayor Kwame Kilpatrick. My first break into the world of journalism began with the opportunity to work at the Michigan Journal, where I primarily reported on campus and local news throughout the Dearborn community. I finally worked my way to the news editor. Correlated with working in journalism, I had an incredible opportunity to study and write about many different cultures and backgrounds at the Piast Institute, which also helped prepare me for this role. So, with first-hand experience growing up in a close-knit neighborhood, I know the importance of delivering news and telling stories that impact local communities. And as the latest news editor at Patch for Metro Detroit, it’s my job to deliver that news. So feel free to contact me about new tips or your own unique experiences at [email protected]