DETROIT – A curious parent requesting information from Plymouth-Canton Community Schools received a bill charging him nearly a quarter of a million dollars for the documents.
The district, like many others, opted for full online education. Parent Tom Parrelley isn’t a fan of this decision and filed a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request looking for specific documents the school board depended on to make their choice.
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Metro Detroit weather: Skies clear gradually, but expect a cold Friday night
The calmest weather of the month is here for the weekend and, at least, the next five to seven days. That does not mean it will not be cold. We will still need our coat, hats, scarves and gloves as well as our masks.
Thankfully, Mother Nature helps Detroiters get the car washed, catch up on outdoor chores and do more holiday decorating for a good stretch of time.
4 Fast Facts
- An undercover operation was launched to rescue a teenage girl who was being sold for sex in a motel room. Click here to read more.
- Racing sailboats is a niche sport, but it’s popular here in the Great Lakes state. A new technology -- developed locally in the Motor City -- is a finalist for the World Sailing 11th Hour Racing Sustainability Award. Click here to read more.
- If you are driving along Beck Road in Canton, you might notice an unusual new structure in the middle of an empty lot. Click here to read more.
- A police chase that started in Hazel Park ended with a violent crash in Ferndale on Friday. Click here to read more.
The first COVID-19 vaccine could potentially be rolled out by mid-December, but local health system leaders voiced their concern Friday about recent polls that suggest people may be reluctant to get it. In a briefing Friday, Henry Ford’s chief clinical officer Dr. Adnan Munkarah said addressing those concerns is a top priority.
Top Republican leaders are at odds with Gov. Gretchen Whitmer again. This time they’re butting heads over the closure of bars and restaurants to slow the spread of COVID-19. Senate Majority Leader Mike Shirkey said he believes the COVID-19 ‘pause’ unfairly singled out the restaurant industry