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Federal Appeals Panel Hears Arguments In LCS Lawsuit Against Township

Federal Appeals Panel Hears Arguments In LCS Lawsuit Against Township

The U.S. Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals in Cincinnati heard oral arguments in the case Wednesday. Read Full Article
 
Weekend Lane Closures On US-23

Weekend Lane Closures On US-23

Weekend lane closures could cause travel delays on US-23 in Livingston County.
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Fenton Planning Commission Tables Site Plan Review For Retail Center

Fenton Planning Commission Tables Site Plan Review For Retail Center

Traffic concerns on an already congested area was on the minds of the commissioners. Read Full Article
 
Planning Cmsn. Seeks Board Ruling On Proposed Cattle Ranch Project

Planning Cmsn. Seeks Board Ruling On Proposed Cattle Ranch Project

Applicants says they will sell livestock, produce, and crops grown there, and host public and private events. Read Full Article
 
New 12-Week Program To Help Combat Veterans & Others Cope With Trauma

New 12-Week Program To Help Combat Veterans & Others Cope With Trauma

REBOOT Combat Recovery helps veterans heal the moral and spiritual effects war can have a person. Read Full Article
 
Former Governor Commends Charyl Stockwell Academy During 20th Anniversary Celebration

Former Governor Commends Charyl Stockwell Academy During 20th Anniversary Celebration

The Charyl Stockwell Academy District celebrated 20 years of excellence in education with a large event featuring former Governor John Engler Thursday.

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Local Lawmaker's Bill To Remove Political Party Icons On Ballot Heads To Senate

Local Lawmaker's Bill To Remove Political Party Icons On Ballot Heads To Senate

A bill to remove vignettes from election ballots has cleared a legislative hurdle.
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New Executive Director Named For County Convention And Visitors Bureau

New Executive Director Named For County Convention And Visitors Bureau

Mary Zucchero brings with her years of industry experience from similar positions in Ann Arbor and Ypsilanti. Read Full Article
 
Police Search Prompts Precautionary Security Measures For Fowlerville Schools

Police Search Prompts Precautionary Security Measures For Fowlerville Schools

Fowlerville Community Schools had to implement precautionary security measures while police searched for a suspect today. Read Full Article
 
Grant To Aid Local Hazardous Material Response Efforts

Grant To Aid Local Hazardous Material Response Efforts

Federal funds are available for a local committee dedicated to emergency plans, specifically regarding hazardous materials. Read Full Article
 
Local Author Encourages Couples During National Infertility Awareness Week

Local Author Encourages Couples During National Infertility Awareness Week

Brighton’s Sue Johnston co-wrote and is the anthologist for "Detours: Unexpected Journeys of Hope from Infertility" Read Full Article
 
Man Charged In Retail Fraud Incident That Spawned School Lockdown Receives Probation

Man Charged In Retail Fraud Incident That Spawned School Lockdown Receives Probation

Andre Webb and another suspect, who remains at large, fled the Brighton store after attempting to steal a cart full of merchandise. Read Full Article
 
CSPA Robotics Team Competing In World Championships In St. Louis

CSPA Robotics Team Competing In World Championships In St. Louis

The CSPA GEMS (#4362) are the only team from Livingston County competing this week. Read Full Article
 
Howell Officials Seek To "Calm" Grand River Traffic Downtown

Howell Officials Seek To "Calm" Grand River Traffic Downtown

The reconfiguration would be implemented with temporary markings to allow the community to test the new setup out. Read Full Article
 
Prosecutor's Office Recognizes Those Who Fight For Victims' Rights

Prosecutor's Office Recognizes Those Who Fight For Victims' Rights

Five individuals were honored in the annual celebration of Crime Victims' Rights Week. Read Full Article
 
2nd Annual Superhero 5K To Benefit Excel Employment Options Saturday

2nd Annual Superhero 5K To Benefit Excel Employment Options Saturday

A weekend superhero race will benefit Excel Employment Options, a local non-profit agency serving individuals with disabilities.
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Custom Shoe Designs Earn Howell Students Spot In Vans Competition

Custom Shoe Designs Earn Howell Students Spot In Vans Competition

Howell High School is a semi-finalist a Vans Custom Culture Art Competition and community votes are needed to help students earn a spot in the top five.
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Incumbents & Challengers File For Howell & Brighton Council Races

Incumbents & Challengers File For Howell & Brighton Council Races

Since both Brighton and Howell have only one challenger each, there will be no August primary. The general election will be on Nov. 7th. Read Full Article
 
Howell Superintendent Delivers State Of The District Address

Howell Superintendent Delivers State Of The District Address

Erin MacGregor took a look back at the last school year before turning an eye towards the new one. Read Full Article
 
Marion Twp. Working Toward Creating Nuisance Ordinance

Marion Twp. Working Toward Creating Nuisance Ordinance

One of the main components up for discussion is how to best enforce the ordinance. Read Full Article
 
2017 Livingston Regional Investment Awards Ceremony Friday

2017 Livingston Regional Investment Awards Ceremony Friday

An investments awards ceremony and luncheon is set Friday in Livingston County.

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Howell School Administrators Deny Flag Ban, Say Safety Was Always The Issue

Howell School Administrators Deny Flag Ban, Say Safety Was Always The Issue

Flags must be properly mounted and not present a vision obstruction to the vehicle owner or other drivers. Read Full Article
 
Green Oak Township Buying Land For Police And Fire Stations

Green Oak Township Buying Land For Police And Fire Stations

The Board of Trustees approved the purchase of 13.02 acres of land near the existing fire station for $142,500. Read Full Article
 
Rep. Vaupel's Resolution To Remove Judge Age Limits Clears House Panel

Rep. Vaupel's Resolution To Remove Judge Age Limits Clears House Panel

State Representative Hank Vaupel's resolution to eliminate age limits on judges was approved by a Michigan House panel. Read Full Article
 
Pinckney Woman Admits To Driving Drunk With Kids In Car

Pinckney Woman Admits To Driving Drunk With Kids In Car

Siobhan Egnot called her husband to come pick their children up after being arrested for drunk driving, however he showed up intoxicated as well. Read Full Article
 
Design Process Underway For Milford Skatepark

Design Process Underway For Milford Skatepark

Design plans are being developed for a skatepark project in the Milford community and the public is invited to a design meeting May 4th.
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Hartland's Max Hendricks named Student-Athlete of the Week

Sports Photo It's time for another student-athlete of the week, brought to you by Bob Maxey Ford. This week's student-athlete is Max Hendricks of the Hartland baseball team. Max hit .565 for the week, with 13 hits, five of them for extra bases. On the mound, he threw a seven-inning no-hitter against Canton and pitched the first three innings of a four-inning no-no against Milford. He finished with two wins, a save and 11 no-hit innings pitched. Congratulations to Hartland’s Max Hendricks, from Bob Maxey Ford of Howell and WHMI, Livingston County's own 93-5.
 
Michigan Headlines

DETROIT (AP) - A 19-year-old man has been arraigned on a murder charge after body parts of an acquaintance were found buried behind his suburban Detroit home. Andrew Fiacco also was charged Friday with mutilating a body. Investigators say Stephen McAfee was 19 when he was last seen in March 2016. Investigators say some of his remains were found Thursday in Ray Township, but they believe he was shot in another location.

PHOENIX (AP) - An Aug. 21 trial date has been set for NBA players Marcus and Markieff Morris, who allegedly assaulted a man outside a Phoenix recreation center in 2015. Maricopa County Superior Court officials announced the trial date Friday. The Morris brothers are accused of helping three other people beat 36-year-old Erik Hood on Jan. 24, 2015.

YPSILANTI, Mich. (AP) - Eastern Michigan University wants its international students and scholars to feel welcome on the Ypsilanti campus. School officials say its #YouAreWelcomeHere campaign, website and video are part of an effort to more clearly communicate Eastern Michigan's support of international students, faculty and staff. Eastern has about 22,000 students. About 1,000 are international students from more than 80 countries.

LANSING, Mich. (AP) - The Michigan Department of Agriculture and Rural Development has awarded more than $1.5 million in grants for 17 projects designed to support land-based industries and infrastructure benefiting rural communities. Land-based industries include food and agriculture, forestry, mining, oil and gas production, and tourism. Grand Traverse Distillery LLC of Traverse City got $123,800 for equipment to double production of its craft whiskey.

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Friday, April 28 Hartland High School Presents, Oklahoma!

Friday, April 28 Sustainable Farming Program

Friday, April 28 Blood Drive

Friday, April 28 The Little Mermaid Performed In South Lyon

Friday, April 28 Free Family Science Night

Friday, April 28 Bistro 415

Friday, April 28 Fish Fry at LCWCC

Friday, April 28 Legally Blonde Performed at PHS

Friday, April 28 Rummage Sale

Saturday, April 29 Rolling Thunder Fundraiser

Saturday, April 29 Rummage Sale

Saturday, April 29 World Tai Chi Day

Saturday, April 29 Excel Employment Options Superhero 5K

Saturday, April 29 LCCB Dinner Cruise and Concert

Saturday, April 29 Cub Scout Badge Workshop

Saturday, April 29 4-H Grand Equestrians Scrap Fundraiser

Saturday, April 29 2nd Annual Scott McClure Bakers Tournament

Saturday, April 29 MOPS Mom to Mom Sale

Saturday, April 29 Pinckney Players Presents Calendar Girls

Saturday, April 29 Spaghetti Dinner

Saturday, April 29 Lingenfelter Collection Spring Open House

Saturday, April 29 Opera Art Live

Saturday, April 29 Mom to Mom Sale

Sunday, April 30 Events at Salem-South Lyon District Library

Sunday, April 30 Events at Fowlerville Library

Sunday, April 30 Events at Hamburg Twp. Library

Sunday, April 30 Free Performance-WCTH Radio Hour

Sunday, April 30 Events Northfield Township Area Library

Sunday, April 30 Events at Howell Library

Sunday, April 30 Events at Pinckney Library

Sunday, April 30 Events at Hartland Library

Monday, May 1 Canoeing & Kayaking College Campuses

Tuesday, May 2 Zonta of Brighton-Howell Membership Open House

Wednesday, May 3 Spring Music Concert

Wednesday, May 3 Pirates Strike Out Cancer

Wednesday, May 3 Professional Comic Illustrator at BAG

Thursday, May 4 Spring Used Book Sale

Thursday, May 4 All Abilities Dance Class

Friday, May 5 Brighton Lions Spaghetti Dinner

Friday, May 5 Arise Church Barn Sale

Friday, May 5 Behavior is Communication

Friday, May 5 Huron Valley Revivalists (Fiddlers)

Saturday, May 6 Mother/Daughter Tea Party

Saturday, May 6 American Legion Hosts Steak Dinner

Saturday, May 6 Annual Spring Grounds Restoration Day

Saturday, May 6 Bird and Wildflower Hike

Saturday, May 6 Love INC Golf Outing

Saturday, May 6 Sleeping Beauty

Saturday, May 6 Howell Library Used Book Sale

Sunday, May 7 St Mary Country Style Breakfast

Sunday, May 7 Howell Eagles Breakfast Buffet

Sunday, May 7 An American Epidemic Documentary Screening

Tuesday, May 9 Social Security Benefits/People with Disabilities

Wednesday, May 10 Lewy Body Dementia Support Group

Thursday, May 11 The Mommologues: Tales from the Front

Thursday, May 11 Brighton Senior Center Casino Trip

Thursday, May 11 Studio West Anniversary Celebration

Thursday, May 11 Project Opiate-Steered Straight Program

Friday, May 12 The Spitfire Grill: A Musical

Friday, May 12 Zumbathon for WLFEE

Saturday, May 13 Junior Home Run Derby Competition

Saturday, May 13 Howell Eagles Tribute to Willie Nelson

Saturday, May 13 Spring Snowman 5K Run/Walk and 10K Run

Saturday, May 13 Full Disclosure - Storytelling and Music

Saturday, May 13 Blessing of the Bikes

Saturday, May 13 Wesley UM Church Spring Tea

Saturday, May 13 Stamp Out Hunger Letter Carriers Food Drive

Saturday, May 13 Livingston Christian Schools 10K/5K Run

Sunday, May 14 American Spirit Centre Mother's Day Brunch

Sunday, May 14 LCWCC Mother's Day Breakfast

Monday, May 15 Thinking of Becoming a Foster Parent?

Monday, May 15 Reach Out Barn

Wednesday, May 17 Caregiver Support Group

Thursday, May 18 Spaghetti Dinner

Thursday, May 18 Shine & Dine Fundraiser

Thursday, May 18 Chef Showdown

Thursday, May 18 Spaghetti Dinner & Camp out for the Cure

Friday, May 19 Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat

Saturday, May 20 Charity Golf Outing

Saturday, May 20 Kids Fishing Derby

Saturday, May 20 Top of the Mountain Dash Or Crash

Saturday, May 20 LSO - LYO - LCC Joint Concert

Saturday, May 20 Rolling Thunder Ride to Remember

Saturday, May 20 Last Chance Rescue Dog Walk/5k

Saturday, May 20 2017 CSA Golf Classic

Saturday, May 20 Free Movies at Howell Theatre

Saturday, May 20 Livingston Red Cross 100th Anniversary

Saturday, May 20 Happy, Healthy Summer Kickoff

Saturday, May 20 Wildflower and Nature Hike

Saturday, May 20 Paws for New Beginnings 5k Run/Walk

Saturday, May 20 Mom to Mom Sale

Saturday, May 20 Scrapbooking Crop Fundraiser

Tuesday, May 23 Zonta of Brighton-Howell Membership Open House

Friday, May 26 LCWCC Fish Fry

Monday, May 29 CoBACH Center on Memorial Day

Monday, May 29 The MURPH Challenge

Monday, May 29 Furstock

Monday, May 29 Hartland Memorial Day Run

Wednesday, May 31 Euchre Tournament

Wednesday, May 31 Stroll on the Patio to Benefit Arc of Livingston

Friday, June 2 Hudson Mills Antique Tractor Show

Friday, June 2 Trash to Treasure Sale

Saturday, June 3 Sparky Defibrillator Challenge

Saturday, June 3 Howell Chapter 15 Motorcycle Ride

Saturday, June 3 BHS Music Program Golf Outing

Sunday, June 4 West River Trail Bike Ride

Wednesday, June 7 Free Community Lunch

Thursday, June 8 Casino Trip

Friday, June 9 Rummage Sale

Friday, June 9 Shakespeare in the Park - As You Like It

Saturday, June 10 Masquerade Ball

Saturday, June 10 Prowling Cougar Festival of Races

Saturday, June 10 Hartland Polo Classic

Monday, June 12 Arc of Livingston Charity Golf Classic

Saturday, June 17 Bike Wash to Benefit Veterans

Saturday, June 17 Hardy UMC Chicken BBQ

Saturday, June 17 Island Lake Paddle & Pedal

Monday, June 19 Thinking of Becoming a Foster Parent?

Wednesday, June 21 Kensington Summer Solstice Hike

Wednesday, June 21 Art in the Park

Wednesday, June 21 Caregiver Support Group

Saturday, June 24 LCCA Charity Golf Outing

Saturday, June 24 Knight of Columbus Golf Outing

Saturday, June 24 Poker Run to Benefit Gleaners

Sunday, July 9 Highland State Rec Area Hike

Thursday, July 27 Island Lake Weeknight Hike

Saturday, July 29 Island Lake Canoe / Kayak Outing

Sunday, August 6 Pere Marquette Trail Bike Ride & Lunch

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