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Brighton & Green Oak Twp. Officials Deny Conflict With SELCRA

Brighton & Green Oak Twp. Officials Deny Conflict With SELCRA

2004 legal opinion was opposed to township board members serving simultaneously on recreation authority board. Read Full Article
 
MDOT Announces US-23 Lane Closures

MDOT Announces US-23 Lane Closures

A single-lane closure is set for southbound US-23 from M-36 to 6 Mile Road starting at 8pm Friday. Read Full Article
 
Control Programs Approved For Geese & Mute Swans On Woodland Lake

Control Programs Approved For Geese & Mute Swans On Woodland Lake

A pair of resolutions adopted unanimously by the Brighton Township board will help an association address nuisance geese and aggressive swans on Woodland Lake.
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Howell Planning Commission Looks Forward To Successful 2017

Howell Planning Commission Looks Forward To Successful 2017

The commission took action on many points in 2016 and is looking to help create an Enterprise Zone this year. Read Full Article
 
Putnam Twp. Defers To MDEQ On Pipeline Construction Through Wetlands

Putnam Twp. Defers To MDEQ On Pipeline Construction Through Wetlands

Putnam Township is shifting its limited responsibility in regards to wetlands that may be affected by the construction of the ET Rover Pipeline project. Read Full Article
 
Bishop Fully On Board With Obamacare Repeal

Bishop Fully On Board With Obamacare Repeal

The 8th District Representative is in agreement with other House Republicans about the need to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act. Read Full Article
 
Call to Artists For 2017 Brighton Biennial Sculpture Exhibit

Call to Artists For 2017 Brighton Biennial Sculpture Exhibit

Artists are being sought for the 2017 Brighton Biennial Sculpture Exhibit. Read Full Article
 
Drop-In Preschool Open House Saturday For Livingston County Parents

Drop-In Preschool Open House Saturday For Livingston County Parents

A local library is hosting a preschool open house for parents throughout Livingston County this weekend. Read Full Article
 
Recovery Continues For New York Businessman After Jet Crash Near Howell

Recovery Continues For New York Businessman After Jet Crash Near Howell

60-year-old Peter Zeliff remains hospitalized at the University of Michigan Hospital in Ann Arbor Read Full Article
 
LETS Receives County Approval To Apply For Transportation Study Grant

LETS Receives County Approval To Apply For Transportation Study Grant

The Livingston Essential Transportation Service is seeking state funding to help determine the current and future status of Livingston County’s transportation options. Read Full Article
 
Hartland Township Board Is Unwrapping 50 Year Old Property Debate

Hartland Township Board Is Unwrapping 50 Year Old Property Debate

The outlot is in the Penny subdivision with Maxfield Road access, up against Courtney Court and the Forest Brook sub on the other side. Read Full Article
 
Nominations Sought For Brighton Women's History Roll Of Honor

Nominations Sought For Brighton Women's History Roll Of Honor

The Roll of Honor serves to bring awareness to the general public about the contributions women have made over the years to society. Read Full Article
 
Snyder's State Of The State "Solid" But Lacking Flint Focus

Snyder's State Of The State "Solid" But Lacking Flint Focus

Governor Snyder delivered his 7th State of the State address to a joint session of the Michigan Legislature Tuesday – with local officials and lawmakers weighing in.

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Hamburg Twp. Considers Breaking Away from County Building Dept.

Hamburg Twp. Considers Breaking Away from County Building Dept.

Hamburg Twp. is considering breaking away from the county and contracting with a private company to provide building dept. services. Read Full Article
 
Transportation Summit Takes a Look at County's Needs

Transportation Summit Takes a Look at County's Needs

The Livingston County Transportation Coalition invited input into what will become the future of transportation in the county Tuesday. Read Full Article
 
$10,000 In Scholarships Being Offered To High School Seniors

$10,000 In Scholarships Being Offered To High School Seniors

Ten $1,000 scholarships are being made available to students whether they attend public, charter, private or home schools. Read Full Article
 
Oakland University Opens Up Mike Rogers Congressional Collection

Oakland University Opens Up Mike Rogers Congressional Collection

Consisting of 11 boxes of documents and photos, 215 artifacts, and more than 27,000 digital files, the collection was acquired by Oakland University in 2015 Read Full Article
 
Fights At Howell High School Prompt Parent Letter From Principal

Fights At Howell High School Prompt Parent Letter From Principal

Misinformation related to physical altercations at Howell High School last week led school officials to reach out to parents. Read Full Article
 
Local Nonprofit Hopes Grant Will Help With Children's Program

Local Nonprofit Hopes Grant Will Help With Children's Program

Excel Employment Options of Howell will be able to add children’s services to its skills training program thanks to a grant by a local civic organization. Read Full Article
 
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BAY CITY, Mich. (AP) - A judge has sentenced a former Central Michigan University instructor to the maximum 14 years in prison for possessing child pornography. U.S. District Judge Thomas Ludington in Bay City also ordered 61-year-old Mark Ranzenberger to serve five years of supervised release. Ranzenberger pleaded guilty in September. He also admitted at that time to sexually abusing a child three times a week between 1995 and 2002.

DETROIT (AP) - More than $1 million in grants have been awarded to the Detroit Health Department to support new program development. The city says the programs include initiatives for early childhood, asthma care and treatment, environmental health programs and teen pregnancy prevention. The grants include more than $612,000 from the Kresge Foundation.

IONIA, Mich. (AP) - A prosecutor says an autopsy has shown a prison guard's' use of a stun gun to subdue a state prisoner didn't lead to his death. WOOD-TV reported Thursday that Ionia County Prosecutor Kyle Butler cleared the stun gun use as the cause of the Sept. 27 death of 24-year-old Dustin Szot at the Bellamy Creek Correctional Facility in Ionia.

FLINT, Mich. (AP) - Beginning in March local businesses across the city plan to help police combat crime by giving them a visual window. Lt. Todd Pillsbury tells MLive that Project C.A.T.T. Eye, which was named after the department's crime area target team, is modeled after a Detroit project that helped with a 50 percent drop in crime at businesses. Business owners that agree to form part of the program will pay $990 for Sonitrol to install four cameras, place signage and a green beacon.

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Thursday, January 19 FAN Monthly Public Forum

Friday, January 20 Events at Pinckney Library

Friday, January 20 Events at Hartland Library

Friday, January 20 Events at Salem-South Lyon District Library

Friday, January 20 Acoustic Cafe

Friday, January 20 Events at Fowlerville Library

Friday, January 20 Grand Opening of The Hive-Howell Teen Center

Friday, January 20 Events Northfield Township Area Library

Friday, January 20 State Rep. Hank Vaupel Office Hours

Friday, January 20 Dream Big Breakfast

Friday, January 20 Events at Hamburg Twp. Library

Friday, January 20 Events at Howell Library

Friday, January 20 Daddy/Daughter Dance

Friday, January 20 Soup Supper Fundraiser

Friday, January 20 Events at Brighton District Library

Saturday, January 21 Mom to Mom Sale

Saturday, January 21 White Steeple Stage Acoustic Concerts

Saturday, January 21 Stand Up Comedy at BCPA

Sunday, January 22 Pancake Breakfast

Sunday, January 22 WCTH Radio Show

Sunday, January 22 Bottles, Brushes, and Birds

Sunday, January 22 Winter Marketplace

Monday, January 23 Save the Shelter Last Chance Rescue

Wednesday, January 25 Euchre Tournament

Thursday, January 26 Dinner and Citizen of the Year Presentation

Friday, January 27 Pancake Supper

Friday, January 27 Owl Night

Saturday, January 28 Livingston County Polar Plunge

Saturday, January 28 Breakfast with Mickey & Friends

Saturday, January 28 Hartland Family Winterfest

Saturday, January 28 4-H New and Used Horse Tack Sale

Sunday, January 29 K of C Freethrow Contest

Monday, January 30 Builder Continuing Competency Training

Tuesday, January 31 Livingston Fine Art Association Meeting

Tuesday, January 31 When Children Grieve Workshop

Thursday, February 2 Encore

Friday, February 3 The African Children's Choir

Friday, February 3 Daddy Daughter Dance-An Evening in Paris

Friday, February 3 Meditation

Friday, February 3 Clara's Hope Ministry Silent Auction

Saturday, February 4 Mother/Son Valentine's Dance

Saturday, February 4 Trivia Night at Holy Spirit Church

Saturday, February 4 Chicken Dinner

Saturday, February 4 Community Connect

Saturday, February 4 The Magical World of Dance

Saturday, February 4 American Legion Steak Dinner

Sunday, February 5 Howell Eagles Breakfast Buffet

Sunday, February 5 St Mary Breakfast with PAWS

Thursday, February 9 Casino Bus Trip for Senior Center

Friday, February 10 Mother/Son Dance

Friday, February 10 Evening at Our Place

Saturday, February 11 Howell Gun Club Shooting Stars

Saturday, February 11 Midnight in the Tropics

Sunday, February 12 Natural Attraction

Sunday, February 12 Snowman Tea

Sunday, February 12 Runway Repurposed

Friday, February 17 State Rep. Hank Vaupel Office Hours

Saturday, February 18 Snowfest

Saturday, February 18 Fight Night - A Relationship Game Changer

Saturday, February 18 Diammonda and Spurs Gala to Benefit Veterans

Saturday, February 18 Raisin Pickers (Blugrass/ Swing)

Monday, February 20 Foster Family Informational Meeting

Monday, February 20 Arc of Livingston Parent Support Group

Saturday, February 25 Winter Skills: Scout Workshop

Saturday, February 25 Meditation and Mindfulness Workshop

Saturday, February 25 Snowshoe Spectacular

Saturday, February 25 Pinckney Music Department Dinner

Sunday, February 26 Brighton Fire Team Fundraiser

Thursday, March 2 Bowl for Kids Sake

Friday, March 3 Euchre Tournament

Saturday, March 18 Wild Game Dinner

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