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Green Oak Man Charged After Run-In With Police, Hospital Staff

Green Oak Man Charged After Run-In With Police, Hospital Staff

24-year-old Thomas Dean Blackledge is charged with a felony count of resisting/obstructing or assaulting a police officer. Read Full Article
 
Fatal Crash Near Dexter Under Investigation

Fatal Crash Near Dexter Under Investigation

An initial investigation indicates the vehicle left the roadway and hit a tree, coming to rest on its side. Read Full Article
 
Hamburg Officials Upset After Wet Concrete Ends Up In Storm Drain

Hamburg Officials Upset After Wet Concrete Ends Up In Storm Drain

The municipality is sending an invoice to Hornet Concrete Co. Inc. to recover costs associated in cleaning up the mess. Read Full Article
 
Hartland Township Completes Pilot Water Study

Hartland Township Completes Pilot Water Study

The township's system can support 300-400 new hookups before improvements become a necessity. Read Full Article
 
Milford Researcher Says Recently Released JFK Files Add Nothing New

Milford Researcher Says Recently Released JFK Files Add Nothing New

Dale Myers of Milford is a nationally recognized author and animator of Zapruder film footage. Read Full Article
 
Livingston County Habitat For Humanity Completes Homes For Three Local Families

Livingston County Habitat For Humanity Completes Homes For Three Local Families

The homes were completed for families in need just in time for the holidays. Read Full Article
 
Beauchamp Offers Reward In Theft Of Snow Plows

Beauchamp Offers Reward In Theft Of Snow Plows

Eight plows were stolen from their water treatment and supply location on Old US-23 in Hartland Township sometime between 3:30 and 6am Sunday. Read Full Article
 
Recently Elected Howell City Council Members Sworn In

Recently Elected Howell City Council Members Sworn In

Howell City Council met Monday and the first order of business was swearing in ceremonies. Read Full Article
 
Four Families Celebrate Michigan Adoption Day

Four Families Celebrate Michigan Adoption Day

Five children were adopted into four families today in Livingston County on Michigan's 15th annual Adoption Day. Read Full Article
 
Man Sought after Fleeing Police, Leaving Scene Of Accident

Man Sought after Fleeing Police, Leaving Scene Of Accident

James William Sebastianelli remains wanted by authorities after leading police on a chase Friday afternoon. Read Full Article
 
Brighton Drum Major Prepares To Lead Marching Band In Macy's Day Parade

Brighton Drum Major Prepares To Lead Marching Band In Macy's Day Parade

17-year-old Jack Newcomb says rehearsals began Monday for the Macy's Great American Marching Band, which will lead the 91st annual Thanksgiving Day Parade. Read Full Article
 
Nollar Road To Close Wednesday For Culvert Replacement

Nollar Road To Close Wednesday For Culvert Replacement

Culvert replacement will necessitate a road closure in Northfield Township tomorrow. Read Full Article
 
Fleeing Suspect In Stolen Car Causes Fatal Crash In Chelsea

Fleeing Suspect In Stolen Car Causes Fatal Crash In Chelsea

A woman is dead and the suspect in custody after a fatal crash in Chelsea. Read Full Article
 
County Approves One-Year Contract With Economic Development Council

County Approves One-Year Contract With Economic Development Council

The Board of Commissioners approved the $175,000 one-year contract, despite a proposed agreement from the EDC for $200,000 annually for three years. Read Full Article
 
Sheriff's Office Seeks Witnesses To Fatal Crash

Sheriff's Office Seeks Witnesses To Fatal Crash

67-year-old Michael Joseph Martus of South Lyon was driving the semi and died as a result of the accident. Read Full Article
 
Howell City Council Approves Recycle Livingston Lease

Howell City Council Approves Recycle Livingston Lease

Recycle Livingston is looking to upgrade facilities and a large donor will be assisting with roughly $200,000 in improvements that will be made to the property. Read Full Article
 
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In high school hockey last night, Brighton took the lead with a pair of goals in the second and held on to beat Orchard Lake St. Mary’s last night, 3-2. Will Jentz, Harry Newton and Adam Conquest scored for the Bulldogs, who take on Salem in a tournament at Cranbrook on Friday.

At Hartland, Gabe Anderson had two goals and an assist as Hartland rolled past Howell 9-1. Both Brighton and Hartland are 2-0 on the season.
 

Tuesday's Roundup

A pair of key games are on tap tonight for this Thanksgiving Eve. At Brighton, the Bulldogs play host to Orchard Lake St. Mary’s in their annual regular-season meeting.

The Bulldogs also play in a tournament at Cranbrook this weekend. The other big matchup is at Hartland, where the Eagles will try to improve to 2-0 while Howell is playing in its season opener.

On the ice last night, Pinckney took a 2-0 lead early, but West Bloomfield scored four of the last five goals in the Pirates’ 4-3 loss. Valen LaVasseur had a goal and an assist for the Pirates.

In basketball, Hartland grad Lexey Tobel has been named the Horizon League’s freshman of the week. She averaged 9.5 points in two games last week, including 16 in the Titans’ home opener against Bowling Green.
 

Brighton's House 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 Brighton swimmer Kellie House. She finished her senior season with a flourish at the Division 1 state swimming meet last week, finishing fifth in the 200 free style and 8th in the 500 free. She also swam a leg on the 200 free relay that finished second in the state and on the 400 free relay that finished seventh. Congratulations to Brighton's Kellie House, from American Aqua and WHMI, Livingston County’s Own 93-5.
 
Michigan Headlines

LANSING, Mich. (AP) - Michigan State University says allegations that it covered up a former gymnastics doctor's criminal sexual misconduct are "simply false" and it is "appalled" by Larry Nassar's crimes. USA Gymnastics says it is "very sorry" any athlete was harmed by Nassar. The institutions issued statements Wednesday after victims and their lawyers criticized their handling of Nassar, who pleaded guilty in a Michigan courtroom to molesting girls under the guise of medical treatment.

SANDUSKY, Mich. (AP) - A sheriff in Michigan's rural Thumb region says a man arrested after a home invasion shootout that left two others dead has killed himself in jail. Sanilac County Sheriff Garry Biniecki said Wednesday that 47-year-old Stephen Shimmel of Flint was found dead in his cell. He was being held after being arraigned Tuesday on 11 charges.

BURTON, Mich. (AP) - Police say a 33-year-old Flint-area man has died after being trapped underwater for about 20 minutes when a water main burst during construction work. Burton Police Detective Don Schreiber tells The Flint Journal that 33-year-old Curtis Duane Hollingshead of Davisson died at a hospital Tuesday after the trench he was working in rapidly filled with water when a valve on a water main disconnected.

WASHINGTON (AP) - Sexual misconduct allegations against Sen. Al Franken of Minnesota and Rep. John Conyers of Michigan are part of the newest chapter in the hot-potato politics of sexual predation for the Democratic Party, which has its own checkered history on the subject. The revelations have prompted a hard look back at the way Democrats and their allies once circled the wagons around President Bill Clinton.

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Wednesday, November 22 Red Cross Blood Drive

Thursday, November 23 Free Thanksgiving Day Community Dinner

Friday, November 24 Fantasy of Art Show

Friday, November 24 Fantasy of Lights

Friday, November 24 Michigan Christmas Tree Sales

Saturday, November 25 Kids Christmas Movie Festival

Saturday, November 25 Holiday Craft Fair

Saturday, November 25 Stockbridge Festival of Lights Parade

Tuesday, November 28 Livingston County Parkinson's Support Group

Wednesday, November 29 Holiday Crafting Workshop

Wednesday, November 29 Euchre Tournament

Thursday, November 30 Events at Salem-South Lyon District Library

Thursday, November 30 Milford's Christmas Open House

Thursday, November 30 Events Northfield Township Area Library

Thursday, November 30 Events at Hamburg Twp. Library

Thursday, November 30 Events at Fowlerville Library

Thursday, November 30 CTH Dance/Vocal Workshop

Thursday, November 30 Events at Brighton District LIbrary

Thursday, November 30 Events at Hartland Library

Thursday, November 30 Events at Pinckney Library

Thursday, November 30 Events at Howell Library

Friday, December 1 CTH Auditions for James and the Giant Peach Jr.

Friday, December 1 Fiber Art Holiday Sale

Friday, December 1 LCWCC Chicken Ribs and Fish Dinner

Friday, December 1 Living Christmas

Friday, December 1 Jazzy Holiday with the Younce Guitar Duo

Friday, December 1 Bob Hope USO Tribute Show

Saturday, December 2 Dashing Through the Snow 5K

Saturday, December 2 The Nutcracker at BCPA

Saturday, December 2 Jill Jack Celebrates the Holidays

Saturday, December 2 Breakfast with Santa

Saturday, December 2 Pet Photos With Santa

Saturday, December 2 American Legion Riders Steak Dinner

Saturday, December 2 Cookie Walk

Saturday, December 2 Fowlerville Christmas in the Ville

Saturday, December 2 Christmas Bazaar

Sunday, December 3 Turkey Shoot at LCWCC

Sunday, December 3 Breakfast with Santa

Sunday, December 3 St Mary Community Christmas Breakfast

Monday, December 4 Holiday Troop Packages

Tuesday, December 5 LESA Craft Show

Tuesday, December 5 Dine to Donate VINA

Wednesday, December 6 Surviving the Holidays as Dementia Caregivers

Thursday, December 7 LAHRA Holiday Networking Event

Saturday, December 9 Gift Boutique

Saturday, December 9 Cookie Walk

Saturday, December 9 Christmas Bazaar

Saturday, December 9 Rec the Halls

Saturday, December 9 Casino Bus Trip

Saturday, December 9 Hardy Live Nativity

Saturday, December 9 250 Nativities on Display

Saturday, December 9 Handel's Messiah

Saturday, December 9 Pet pictures with Santa

Saturday, December 9 CTH Annual Holiday Festival

Saturday, December 9 Breakfast with Santa

Sunday, December 10 Breakfast w/Santa at LCWCC

Sunday, December 10 Swim with Santa

Sunday, December 10 Community Carol Sing

Monday, December 11 Auditions for CTH Radio Hour

Thursday, December 14 Holiday Pet Photos

Friday, December 15 Shop with aCop Dinner/Comedy Show

Monday, December 18 Foster Parent Informational Meeting

Wednesday, December 20 Caregiver Support Group-Dementia Specific

Thursday, December 28 Sloppy Joes, Pulled Pork & Floats

Sunday, December 31 New Year Dinner/Dance in Fowlerville

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