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This week has been a great week for the residents of Northville, Michigan. It is a week to be proud of. Northville, Michigan offers a home town feel without being too small. It’s a community where your neighbors support you and the police go the extra mile to protect you.

Not only did the Northville Township police put a identity thief behind bars, one of Northville’s very own made it to the final four on ‘So You Think You Can Dance’ and it is also time for the cider mills to open.

Northville’s Very Own Amy Yakima Makes the Final Four

Northville’s very own, Amy Yakima, made it to the final four on ‘So You Think You Can Dance’. The popular television show is where dancers compete to see who is the best dancer and this season is the show’s 10th year. According to the Northville Patch, Amy’s outstanding dance performance on Tuesday night made all those in Northville proud.

Amy even impressed Paula Abdul. However, if you’re from Northville, then you are probably already familiar with Northville High School’s dance team. Amy, a 2011 graduate, was a member of the dance team during the years she attended the school. Please make sure to show your support this coming Tuesday when Amy takes the stage again by texting the word “Amy” to 83676. 

Identity Thief Behind Bars

In other news, the Northville Police arrested a man that had been suspected of identity thief. Matthew Ward Phelan of Plymouth is being charged according to the Northville Patch, with four counts of identity theft and seven counts of illegal use of financial transaction device.

The police were looking for a man who matched the description from the security footage that showed a man wearing golf clothing and a hat with the logo “Pine Lakes Country Club”. The police suspected him of using stolen credit cards at local grocery stores.

When the anonymous tip came in that lead the police to Matthew Ward Phela, police started surveillance and an investigation. Northville’s low crime rate is what drew many of its residents to move there.

Northville’s Cider Mills Open

It wouldn’t be fall in Michigan if there wasn’t a visit to a Cider Mill. Last year’s low apple crop almost put a damper on the cider mill traditions. Paramenter’s Northville Cider Mill and Winery has been open since August 31st and is ready for business. Whether you enjoy the donuts, the cider or the craft show, there are memories to be made in Northville.

The Northville Patch reported that Three Cedars Farm is opening on September 6.  You won’t want to forget to visit the story book farm and see all the animals or have the chance to go on a hayride.  

What are you most looking forward to in Northville, Michigan this fall?