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Brighton Council OKs Plans for Mill Pond Bandshell & Amphitheater

Brighton Council OKs Plans for Mill Pond Bandshell & Amphitheater

The city of Brighton will now go forward with plans for $750,000 in upgrades to the Mill Pond. Read Full Article
 
"Exploring Islam" Series Educates To Develop Understanding

"Exploring Islam" Series Educates To Develop Understanding

Assistant Imam Shayk Hassan says "people fear what they don't know." Read Full Article
 
Settlement Discussed In Sahouri Lawsuit, Trial Delayed Until 2018

Settlement Discussed In Sahouri Lawsuit, Trial Delayed Until 2018

Tracey Sahouri sued the Hartland Consolidated School district in 2012, alleging it violated the Whistleblower Protection Act. Read Full Article
 
Private/Public Venture To Install I-96 Guardrail Completed

Private/Public Venture To Install I-96 Guardrail Completed

1.7 miles of median cable guardrail has been installed near Williamston as part of a partnership between MDOT and the Kiefer Foundation. Read Full Article
 
Bank Window Replacement Prompts Lane Closures In Downtown Howell

Bank Window Replacement Prompts Lane Closures In Downtown Howell

Those traveling in downtown Howell next week might encounter some random lane closures on Michigan Avenue at Grand River.
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Third Exam Finds Fenton Twp. Teen Competent For Murder Trial

Third Exam Finds Fenton Twp. Teen Competent For Murder Trial

16-year old Abdurrahman Ahmed Akl was charged as an adult with open murder in the shooting death of 18-year-old Brady Morris. Read Full Article
 
Temporary Light At Griswold & 8 Mile Could Be Made Permanent

Temporary Light At Griswold & 8 Mile Could Be Made Permanent

Some residents say it greatly aided the traffic flow and made left turns onto Eight Mile much easier. Read Full Article
 
Putnam Township To Support Village Of Pinckney With New Pathway

Putnam Township To Support Village Of Pinckney With New Pathway

Both entities believe the stretch of Dexter-Pinckney Road from M-36 to the high school is too dangerous to students and pedestrians. Read Full Article
 
Local Man Facing Charges For Sending Nude Photos To Underage Girl

Local Man Facing Charges For Sending Nude Photos To Underage Girl

Craig Holland of Gregory allegedly sent nude pictures of himself to a 13-year-old he met through Facebook. Read Full Article
 
Federal Charges Filed Against Deadly Drug Trafficking Organization

Federal Charges Filed Against Deadly Drug Trafficking Organization

Federal charges have been filed against a drug gang accused of selling a deadly heroin mix throughout metro Detroit, including Livingston County. Read Full Article
 
Local Residents Can Try Out Next Generation Voting Equipment Before Election

Local Residents Can Try Out Next Generation Voting Equipment Before Election

Livingston County residents have a chance to try out new voting equipment before the November 7th election.

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Green Oak Twp. Settles Land Discrepancy For Police Station

Green Oak Twp. Settles Land Discrepancy For Police Station

There is 30 ft. of disputed land between the 13 acres the township intends to purchase and the Legacy Center. Read Full Article
 
Livingston County Commissioners Recognize Ruth Munzel

Livingston County Commissioners Recognize Ruth Munzel

A longtime member of the Livingston County Board of Canvassers is stepping down after more than three decades and was recognized for her years of dedicated service. Read Full Article
 
The Haunted SHAC In Milford Canceled Due To Lack Of Volunteers

The Haunted SHAC In Milford Canceled Due To Lack Of Volunteers

The annual Halloween event is held in downtown Milford as part of a fundraiser for local art programs. Read Full Article
 
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Thursday's Roundup

The final week of the 2017 high school football season is here, with several area teams still on the cusp of being playoff qualifiers. Among them is Hartland, which rallied from a 1-3 start to win three of its last four going into tonight’s season finale at Plymouth. A win would make the Eagles playoff eligible at 5-4.

Another team that needs a win to be playoff eligible is Brighton, which takes a 4-4 record into its regular season finale at Grand Blanc, in Grand Blanc’s final KLAA football game.

Pinckney, which at 7-1 is already in the playoffs, is home against Lansing Waverly with the Pirates aiming for their best regular-season record in nearly 30 years.

Two other area teams are finishing their seasons tonight. Howell is at Wayne, while Fowlerville is home against Corunna. You’ll find a complete schedule on WHMI.com

Two area golf teams are in Allendale this morning for the Division 1 state golf tournament, played at Grand Valley State University’s course. Brighton and Hartland will be among the teams participating. The Bulldogs have been strong all season long as a team.

Hartland coach Mike Joseph, who thinks Brighton has the best shot at winning the state title, is hoping his Eagles will be better prepared this year after making the tournament for the first time as a program last year and finishing 17th

The tournament runs today and tomorrow, with a starting time of 10 a.m. each day.

A third team is playing in a state tournament today. The Pinckney tennis team is competing in the Division 2 meet for the first time in school history. The tournament is today and Saturday at Kalamazoo College.

In soccer, Hartland beat Walled Lake Western last night 4-2 to advance to Saturday’s district championship game at Walled Lake Central. Anthony Rizzo scored twice for the Eagles, who have won 10 in a row. Brighton plays for a district championship tonight, when the Bulldogs take on Pioneer at Parker Middle School. The game begins at 5 p.m.

In other postseason action, the Pinckney girls cross country team won the SEC White division title on Thursday. The Pirates won the meet with 27 points, led by Noelle Adriens and Vivi Eddings, who finished just two-tenths of a second apart to lead the field. The Pirates took four of the top five spots. The boys finished fifth.

In the KLAA league meet, also held Thursday, Brighton had the top area finish in both races. The girls finished second, with Lindsay Witte leading the Bulldogs by finishing sixth overall. Hartland was seventh overall and Howell 12th. In the boys race, Brighton finished sixth overall. Jack Spamer was fifth overall for the Bulldogs. Hartland finished ninth and Howell 13th.
 

Week 9 football schedule

Brighton at Grand Blanc
Hartland at Plymouth
Howell at Wayne
Lansing Waverly at Pinckney
Corunna at Fowlerville
Webberville at Morrice
Williamston at Lake Fenton
South Lyon East at South Lyon
Milford at Waterford Kettering
Lakeland at Walled Lake Northern
Fenton at Waterford Mott
Linden at Owosso
Clio at Holly
Sand Creek at Whitmore Lake
Byron at Flint Beecher
Stockbridge at Parchment
Dexter at Parma Western
 

Pinckney's Wasyl Named Student-Athlete of the Week

Here is the student-athlete of the week, brought to you by American Aqua, providing the best water for your home or office. This week’s student-athlete is Alex Wasyl of the Pinckney football team. Wasyl intercepted three passes, returning one for a touchdown, and also caught six passes for 94 yards as the Pirates rolled past Ann Arbor Sklyline last week. Congratulations to Pinckney's Alex Wasyl, from American Aqua and WHMI, Livingston County’s Own 93-5.
 
Michigan Headlines

WOODHAVEN, Mich. (AP) - Police say a disgruntled worker shot and killed himself at a Ford Motor factory in suburban Detroit. Ford says its other employees were evacuated and are safe. Woodhaven Deputy Chief Scott Fraczek says the worker who killed himself Friday had work-related problem. No other shots were fired. The State Police says a package the man was carrying is not considered dangerous.

VIENNA TOWNSHIP, Mich. (AP) - Michigan authorities are asking for the public's help in finding out who threw a rock from a highway overpass that smashed a car windshield and killed a 32-year-old man. Authorities say Kenneth White, of Mount Morris, was a passenger in the car that was struck Wednesday night on Interstate 75 in Genesee County's Vienna Township. Four other vehicles were also struck with large rocks or concrete chunks, and the sheriff's office says a group of people may be responsible.

LANSING, Mich. (AP) - Liberal critics of Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette have cleared a procedural hurdle in a lawsuit seeking emails from the private accounts of key members of his staff. The group Progress Michigan believes Schuette and 20 staffers have used private email to discuss public business. The group sued after the attorney general's office responded to a public records request by saying it possessed only one record and it was exempt.

DETROIT (AP) - An underwater commuter traffic tunnel between Detroit and the Canadian city of Windsor is closing for more than a week as part of a nearly $22 million renovation project. The Detroit-Windsor Tunnel is scheduled to close Friday night and reopen the morning of Oct. 30 as crews replace the concrete ceiling and make other improvements. Renovations are scheduled to be completed next June. Other periodic closings are planned during the project.

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Friday, October 20 Soup Supper

Friday, October 20 HOWL-A-WEEN

Friday, October 20 The Hartland Players presents The Game's Afoot

Friday, October 20 Compass Creations Awareness Ball

Friday, October 20 Woodstock in Brighton

Friday, October 20 Rep. Vaupel Office Hours

Saturday, October 21 Fowlerville KOC Oktoberfest

Saturday, October 21 Free Car Seat Installation/Safety Check

Saturday, October 21 Pinckney Players Perform Sister Act

Saturday, October 21 TV, Computer & Electronics Collection Event

Sunday, October 22 Chili Cookboff Fundraiser -

Sunday, October 22 Charyls Run 2BFit 1 Ml, 5K, 10K Trail Run

Sunday, October 22 Country Breakfast

Sunday, October 22 FREE WCTH Radio Hour

Sunday, October 22 Community Halloween Party

Tuesday, October 24 Focus on Life Dinner

Wednesday, October 25 Senior Center Euchre Tournament

Thursday, October 26 Liv Co Republican's Annual Reagan Day Dinner

Thursday, October 26 An Inconvenient Sequel: Q & A with Al Gore

Friday, October 27 Rocky Horror Picture Show

Friday, October 27 Huron River/Chain of Lakes Workshop

Friday, October 27 Trunk or Treat

Friday, October 27 Fish Fry

Friday, October 27 Phantom of the Opera Silent Film with Organ

Saturday, October 28 Boy Scout Troop Haunted House

Saturday, October 28 Jumpstart Jump Rope Workshop

Saturday, October 28 Children and Adult Scary Storytelling

Saturday, October 28 Masonic Lodge Free Child ID Program

Saturday, October 28 Jill Jack Band

Saturday, October 28 Photos for Donation at Legend of Sleepy Howell

Saturday, October 28 Well Church Talent/Comedy Show

Saturday, October 28 American Legion Halloween Bash

Saturday, October 28 Ghost Conductor INSIDE HAHS' 1888 Caboose

Saturday, October 28 Headless Horseman 5K/10K & Monster Mile

Saturday, October 28 Legend of Sleepy Howell

Saturday, October 28 The Masquerade Dance

Sunday, October 29 Trunk or Treat

Sunday, October 29 Monster Splash

Sunday, October 29 Gypsy Mama's Halloween Psychic Fair

Tuesday, October 31 Trunk or Treat Indoors

Tuesday, October 31 Livingston County Parkinson's Support Group

Tuesday, October 31 Events at Salem-South Lyon District Library

Tuesday, October 31 Events at Hamburg Twp. Library

Tuesday, October 31 Events at Hartland Library

Tuesday, October 31 Events Northfield Township Area Library

Tuesday, October 31 Events at Brighton District LIbrary

Tuesday, October 31 Events at Howell Library

Tuesday, October 31 Events at Pinckney Library

Tuesday, October 31 Tridge-Or-Treat

Tuesday, October 31 Events at Fowlerville Library

Thursday, November 2 Family Court & Child Custody Town Hall Hearing

Thursday, November 2 A Wild Wonderful Night Fundraiser

Friday, November 3 Benefit Concert

Friday, November 3 Treasures & Treats Craft Show

Friday, November 3 CTH Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat

Friday, November 3 Evening With Our Stars

Friday, November 3 HCEC Family Fun Night

Saturday, November 4 Holiday Craft Show

Saturday, November 4 Children's Miracle Network Fundraiser

Sunday, November 5 Fowlerville Fireworks Committee Casino Trip

Sunday, November 5 St. Marys Breakfast

Sunday, November 5 Howell Eagles Breakfast Buffet

Tuesday, November 7 Parents of Hope Grief Support Group

Thursday, November 9 Brighton Senior Center Casino Trip

Thursday, November 9 Greektown Casino Trip

Friday, November 10 Marine Corp Birthday Ball

Friday, November 10 Murder Mystery Dinner/Fundraiser

Friday, November 10 Turkey Bingo

Friday, November 10 Home for the Holidays

Friday, November 10 Sherlock Holmes at Hartland High School

Friday, November 10 Veterans Day Assembly

Saturday, November 11 Brighton Band Boosters Euchre Tournament

Saturday, November 11 Sing along with The Wizard of OZ

Saturday, November 11 Holiday Craft Show

Saturday, November 11 Veterans Celebration

Saturday, November 11 Veterans Day Parade Brighton

Saturday, November 11 Comedy Night at BCPA

Saturday, November 11 American Legion Veteran's Luncheon

Saturday, November 11 Island Lake Area Hike

Sunday, November 12 Crafters/Vendors needed for Christmas Bazaar

Sunday, November 12 Euchre Party

Wednesday, November 15 Caregiver Support Group-Dementia Specific

Wednesday, November 15 Homeless Awareness Week Main Event

Wednesday, November 15 10th Annual Buck Pole

Wednesday, November 15 Caregiver Support Group-Dementia Specific

Thursday, November 16 Celebrity Holiday Fashion Show

Thursday, November 16 CSA Performs Thoroughly Modern Millie

Saturday, November 18 St Joeseph Quilter/Craft Show

Saturday, November 18 St. Joseph School Holiday Bazaar

Saturday, November 18 American Legion Auxiliary Craft Show

Saturday, November 18 Crafters Needed

Saturday, November 18 International Survivors of Suicide Loss Day

Saturday, November 18 Mom to Mom Sale Expo

Saturday, November 18 Hamburg Holiday Bazaar

Saturday, November 18 Shalom Holiday Bazaar

Monday, November 20 Foster Parent Informational Meeting

Monday, November 20 HHS Band Fundraiser

Friday, November 24 Fantasy of Art Show

Friday, November 24 Fantasy of Lights

Saturday, November 25 Holiday Craft Fair

Friday, December 1 Fiber Art Holiday Sale

Saturday, December 2 The Nutcracker at BCPA

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