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Former Tyrone Twp. Man Pleads To State Embezzlement Charges

38-year-old Michael LaJoice will serve a minimum seven years when he is sentenced May 1st, which he will serve concurrently with a federal bank fraud sentence of 11 years in prison.

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Fowlerville Man Charged In October Crash That Killed Young Boy

Fowlerville Man Charged In October Crash That Killed Young Boy

Robert Earl Wilson is charged with operating a vehicle under the influence causing death for his role in the crash that killed 10-year-old Brody Rocco of Byron. Read Full Article
 
Howell Main Street Working To Reduce Reliance On DDA and City Funds

Howell Main Street Working To Reduce Reliance On DDA and City Funds

A transition agreement will phase out Main Street’s financial reliance on the DDA and the City of Howell funds over the course of five years. Read Full Article
 
Books & Teddy Bears Presented To Local Law Enforcement Agencies

Books & Teddy Bears Presented To Local Law Enforcement Agencies

Teddy bears and educational books to help children in crisis situations were presented to three local law enforcement agencies on Monday afternoon.
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Town Hall Organizers Decry Congressman's Fundraising Meeting

Town Hall Organizers Decry Congressman's Fundraising Meeting

The March 13th meeting in Rochester Hills was part of a series of Business Roundtable meetings with those who paid $1,000 each to attend. Read Full Article
 
Closures & Traffic Shifts Scheduled On US-23 In Livingston, Washtenaw Counties

Closures & Traffic Shifts Scheduled On US-23 In Livingston, Washtenaw Counties

Ongoing construction will bring lane closures and traffic shifts along US-23 in Livingston and Washtenaw Counties both this week and next.
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Former Unadilla Twp. Woman Charged In Sex Trafficking Case

Former Unadilla Twp. Woman Charged In Sex Trafficking Case

A former Livingston County woman accused of sex trafficking will appear in court this week. Read Full Article
 
Cyber Security Event In Pinckey To Simulate Hacking

Cyber Security Event In Pinckey To Simulate Hacking

The event will teach cyber defense skills by working with network infrastructure similar to that found in the real world. Read Full Article
 
Spring Book Sale Set Next Month At Brighton District Library

Spring Book Sale Set Next Month At Brighton District Library

Bargain merchandise providing hours of entertainment will be available at an upcoming book sale.
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Howell Student Fire Cadets Utilize Training In Building Destruction

Howell Student Fire Cadets Utilize Training In Building Destruction

Students in the Howell High School Firefighter Academy got to put the books and standard learning aside last week and destroy buildings instead. Read Full Article
 
Hartland Township Putting Parks Improvement Project Out To Bid

Hartland Township Putting Parks Improvement Project Out To Bid

Pavilions and restrooms are the highlights hoping to be added to Heritage Park and Settler's Park. Read Full Article
 
Robots Return To Howell This Weekend

Robots Return To Howell This Weekend

40 FIRST Robotics teams will take over Parker Middle School in Howell for a competition this weekend. Read Full Article
 
Michigan State Police Sgt. Chris Pascoe To Retire

Michigan State Police Sgt. Chris Pascoe To Retire

A retiring Michigan State Police sergeant with a welcoming smile and relentless positive attitude is being recognized for his service and dedication to the state.
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Five Women Inducted into Brighton Area Women's History Roll of Honor

Five Women Inducted into Brighton Area Women's History Roll of Honor

Five people were inducted into the Brighton Area Women’s History Roll of Honor at induction ceremonies Saturday at the Brighton District Library. Read Full Article
 
K9 Outfitted With Donated Protective Vest

K9 Outfitted With Donated Protective Vest

The vest for K9 Flex was sponsored by an anonymous donor Read Full Article
 
New Code Enforcement Officer In Northfield Township

New Code Enforcement Officer In Northfield Township

A new code enforcement officer has been hired by Northfield Township.
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Services Announced For War Hero & Author Don Burgett

Services Announced For War Hero & Author Don Burgett

A celebration of his life will be held on April 5th, which would have been his 92nd birthday, from 2-8pm at the Howell Legion Hall. Read Full Article
 
Livingston County Encouraging Particpation In Statewide Tornado Drill April 19th

Livingston County Encouraging Particpation In Statewide Tornado Drill April 19th

With dangerous weather events becoming more common, local participation in a statewide tornado drill is being encouraged in April.
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Florida Man Ordered Resentenced For 2015 Choking Incident

Florida Man Ordered Resentenced For 2015 Choking Incident

Tobler successfully argued that his sentencing score was calculated incorrectly. Read Full Article
 
South Lyon City Council Approves Rezoning For Possible Self-Storage Facility

South Lyon City Council Approves Rezoning For Possible Self-Storage Facility

A rezoning request has been approved in the City of South Lyon to allow for development of a self-storage facility.
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Vaupel Bill Would Help Mothers Surrendering Newborns Remain Anonymous

Vaupel Bill Would Help Mothers Surrendering Newborns Remain Anonymous

The bill will allow mothers to be listed as "unknown" on birth certificates with baby's named "Baby Doe." Read Full Article
 
Another Howell High School Student Arrested After Threat

Another Howell High School Student Arrested After Threat

This latest arrest comes three weeks after another Howell High school student, 17-year-old Sarah Hiler, made a threat on Twitter to “shoot up the school.” Read Full Article
 
Howell's Don Burgett Passes Away At 91

Howell's Don Burgett Passes Away At 91

Donald R. Burgett of Howell died just after 6pm Thursday surrounded by his family. Read Full Article
 
Competency Exam Ordered For Fenton Teen Charged With Friend's Murder

Competency Exam Ordered For Fenton Teen Charged With Friend's Murder

A Fenton teenager accused of fatally shooting his friend inside his home has been ordered to undergo forensic testing. Read Full Article
 
Amended Resolution Submitted To State For Brew Pub In Howell

Amended Resolution Submitted To State For Brew Pub In Howell

An amended tax abatement resolution was approved for a brew pub in the works in downtown Howell. Read Full Article
 
Judge Denies Local Woman's Attempt To Withdraw Plea In Fatal Crash

Judge Denies Local Woman's Attempt To Withdraw Plea In Fatal Crash

A Howell woman that was already sentenced for her role in a fatal motorcycle crash and looking to withdraw her plea has been denied. Read Full Article
 
Love Inc. Celebrates 10 Years and Community's Support

Love Inc. Celebrates 10 Years and Community's Support

An open house in Howell Thursday recognized the community’s helping hands and the 10th anniversary for the local nonprofit. Read Full Article
 
US-23 To Close At Six Mile Road Early Sunday Morning For 15 Minutes

US-23 To Close At Six Mile Road Early Sunday Morning For 15 Minutes

Both directions of US-23 will be shut down at Six Mile Road early Sunday morning.
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Hartland's Baker earns MAC baseball honor

Sports Photo John Baker of Hartland, last year’s co-Mr. Baseball, has been named the Mid American Conference West Division’s pitcher of the week. Baker threw a no-hitter for seven innings and struck out eight on Sunday and got the win as Ball State beat Dayton 10-2 in the second game of a doubleheader. Baker is 2-0 with a 0.47 ERA.
 

Brighton's Courtney Casper 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 Courtney Casper of the Brighton gymnastics team. Courtney won the floor, bars and vault competitions at this month's state Division 1 gymnastics meet on her way to taking the all-around title. Congratulations to Brighton's Courtney Casper, from Bob Maxey Ford of Howell and WHMI, Livingston County's own 93-5.
 
Michigan Headlines

WASHINGTON (AP) - President Donald Trump says that Ford Motor Co. is planning to invest in three Michigan auto plants. Trump tweeted early Tuesday, "Big announcement by Ford today. Major investment to be made in three Michigan plants. Car companies coming back to U.S. JOBS! JOBS! JOBS!" Trump has held several meetings at the White House with auto executives since taking office that often included Ford chief executive Mark Fields.

DETROIT (AP) - A judge is holding a hearing Tuesday on a plan to replace water lines at 18,000 homes in Flint, Michigan, where the water system has been contaminated with lead. The deal would settle a lawsuit in Detroit federal court. It sets a 2020 deadline to replace lead or galvanized steel lines serving Flint homes. Michigan and the federal government would pay for the job, which could cost nearly $100 million.

MOUNT MORRIS TOWNSHIP, Mich. (AP) - Authorities say a pellet shattered the back window of a public transit bus that was carrying charter school students in the Flint area. Mass Transportation Authority general manager Ed Benning tells The Flint Journal the bus was traveling in Genesee County's Mount Morris Township on Monday when a pellet struck the back window. The bus was carrying about 20 students from Burton Glen Charter Academy.

DETROIT (AP) - Nobel Prize-winning American human rights activist Jody Williams will speak in Detroit this weekend as part of a lecture series. Williams gives the Max Mark-Cranbrook Peace Lecture on Sunday at the 2017 Peacemaker Awards. She shared the 1997 Nobel Peace Prize in recognition of her role pursuing the treaty that outlawed land mines that year. The event at the First Unitarian Universalist Church is free and open to the public.

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Livingston Area Events

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Tuesday, March 28 GOT ART Student Art Exhibit

Tuesday, March 28 Livingston County Parkinson's Support Group

Wednesday, March 29 Builder 3 Hr Training Required for License Renewal

Wednesday, March 29 Euchre Tournament

Thursday, March 30 Pregnancy Helpline Celebration of Life

Friday, March 31 Lenten Fish Fry

Friday, March 31 Events at Hartland Library

Friday, March 31 Events at Hamburg Twp. Library

Friday, March 31 Events at Howell Library

Friday, March 31 Events Northfield Township Area Library

Friday, March 31 Lenten Fish Fry

Friday, March 31 Lenten Fish Fry

Friday, March 31 Lenten Fish Fry

Friday, March 31 Lenten Fish Fry

Friday, March 31 Events at Fowlerville Library

Friday, March 31 Lenten Fish Fry

Friday, March 31 Rummage Sale

Friday, March 31 Events at Pinckney Library

Friday, March 31 Events at Salem-South Lyon District Library

Friday, March 31 Events at Brighton District Library

Saturday, April 1 Fur Ball

Saturday, April 1 American Legion Post

Saturday, April 1 No Frills All Thrills Trail Run

Saturday, April 1 Chili Cook-Off

Saturday, April 1 Breakfast with the Easter Bunny

Saturday, April 1 All You Can Eat Taco Fundraiser

Saturday, April 1 Band of Brothers Sportsman's Banquet

Saturday, April 1 Acoustic Concert

Saturday, April 1 Benefit Dinner for Local Woman

Sunday, April 2 Dog Wash Fundraiser

Sunday, April 2 Underwater Easter Egg Hunt

Sunday, April 2 Howell Eagles Breakfast

Sunday, April 2 St. Mary's Breakfast

Tuesday, April 4 Brighton Library Fall Book Sale

Tuesday, April 4 Star Search Auditions

Wednesday, April 5 Livingston Reads Event

Wednesday, April 5 Plant a Pinwheel Celebration

Thursday, April 6 Lion King, Jr.

Thursday, April 6 HR Peer Networking Breakfast/Discussion

Friday, April 7 Community Resource Fair

Friday, April 7 The Heart of Home Fine Art Show

Friday, April 7 Livingston County Home & Garden Show

Friday, April 7 Kensington Woods Souper Spring Auction and Carnival

Friday, April 7 Daddy/Daughter Dance

Friday, April 7 Neil Woodward Performs at Opera House

Saturday, April 8 Breakfast, Hunt and Photos with Easter Bunny

Saturday, April 8 Chicken and Biscuit Supper

Saturday, April 8 Mom to Mom Sale/Shred Event

Saturday, April 8 Taste of Livingston

Saturday, April 8 Photos with the Easter Bunny

Saturday, April 8 Performing Arts Dance Theater Dance Show

Saturday, April 8 Michigan Philharmonic at BCPA

Saturday, April 8 Bowling Fundraiser

Thursday, April 13 Livingston County Republicans Lincoln Day Dinner

Thursday, April 13 Marshmallow Drop and Moon Glow

Friday, April 14 Heywood Banks at Howell Opera House

Saturday, April 15 Liv Co Christian Musicians Present David Phelps

Saturday, April 15 Breakfast with the Easter Bunny

Saturday, April 15 Community Easter Egg Hunt

Saturday, April 15 Easter Egg Hunt

Sunday, April 16 Easter Breakfast

Sunday, April 16 Easter Breakfast

Tuesday, April 18 Internet Safety Workshop

Wednesday, April 19 Supporting the Educational Needs of Children

Thursday, April 20 Livingston Regional Job Fair

Friday, April 21 State Rep. Hank Vaupel Office Hours

Friday, April 21 Couples Connection

Friday, April 21 Legally Blonde Performed at PHS

Friday, April 21 Habitat for Humanity "Home is the Key" Gala

Saturday, April 22 Black Sheep Weavers’ Fiber Guild Spring Sale

Saturday, April 22 Family History Seminar

Saturday, April 22 Spring Gala: A Celebration of 25 years of Choral Music

Saturday, April 22 Mom to Mom Sale

Saturday, April 22 ACT Practice Test

Saturday, April 22 Youth Program at Warbirds of Glory Museum

Saturday, April 22 Annual Paper Shredding Event

Saturday, April 22 Hartland Players present: Always...Patsy Cline

Saturday, April 22 Blessing of the Plow & Tractor

Sunday, April 23 Fowlerville Fireworks Casino Fundraiser

Thursday, April 27 Sloppy Joe/Pulled Pork Dinner

Thursday, April 27 The Little Mermaid Performed In South Lyon

Thursday, April 27 Baby BOP

Friday, April 28 Bistro 415

Friday, April 28 Free Family Science Night

Friday, April 28 Glow 5k - Run/Walk

Saturday, April 29 Cub Scout Badge Workshop

Saturday, April 29 World Tai Chi Day

Saturday, April 29 Lingenfelter Collection Spring Open House

Saturday, April 29 LCCB Dinner Cruise and Concert

Saturday, April 29 Mom to Mom Sale

Saturday, April 29 4-H Grand Equestrians Scrap Fundraiser

Saturday, April 29 Mom to Mom Sale

Saturday, April 29 Rolling Thunder Fundraiser

Saturday, April 29 MOPS Mom to Mom Sale

Saturday, April 29 2nd Annual Scott McClure Bakers Tournament

Sunday, May 7 An American Epidemic Documentary Screening

Thursday, May 11 Project Opiate-Steered Straight Program

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

Thursday, May 18 Spaghetti Dinner

Saturday, May 20 Mom to Mom Sale

Saturday, May 20 Rolling Thunder Ride to Remember

Monday, May 29 Furstock

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