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Man Charged After Striking Public Safety Workers With Car, Leading Police On Chase

Brian Cremeans is facing multiple charges including OWI after the incident early Saturday morning that began at a Mobil Gas Station in Handy Township.

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Caution Tape Means Vehicle Checked For Emergencies

Caution Tape Means Vehicle Checked For Emergencies

Community members are being reminded of public safety protocols for abandoned vehicles or others involved in accidents this winter.

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Brighton City Council Discusses Possible Headlee Override Next Year

Brighton City Council Discusses Possible Headlee Override Next Year

Brighton City Council concluded its annual 2-day retreat with the possibility that it may ask the voters for a Headlee override in next August’s primary election. Read Full Article
 
South Lyon Council Holds Off On Deed Provision For Contaminated Site

South Lyon Council Holds Off On Deed Provision For Contaminated Site

The municipal parking lot at 128 S. Lafayette Street is owned by the city, but was contaminated over a five-year period in the late 80’s and early 90’s. Read Full Article
 
Charges Filed In Death Of Hartland Man

Charges Filed In Death Of Hartland Man

72-year-old Alan Zielinski was killed September 5th when his 2001 Jeep Cherokee was hit on Grand River Avenue east of Burkhart Road. Read Full Article
 
Flashing Green Lights Being Installed On MDOT Snow Plows

Flashing Green Lights Being Installed On MDOT Snow Plows

Motorists will soon be sharing roads and freeways with snow plows and salt trucks and a new feature on some aims to boost safety.
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Lyon Township Gets New Fire Engine

Lyon Township Gets New Fire Engine

The engine carries 1,000 gallons of water with an additional 40 gallons of foam to help make rural operations more functional.


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Bench Memorializes Former Brighton DDA Director

Bench Memorializes Former Brighton DDA Director

The bench, commemorating Matt Modrack, overlooks the Mill Pond in Brighton. Read Full Article
 
Brighton Police Extend "Pigs for Wigs" Program Another Month

Brighton Police Extend "Pigs for Wigs" Program Another Month

The Brighton Police Dept. has extended a fundraising effort another month to raise more funds for a group that provides wigs for kids with cancer and other diseases. Read Full Article
 
FERC Affirms Denial of Blanket Construction Certificate For Rover Pipeline

FERC Affirms Denial of Blanket Construction Certificate For Rover Pipeline

15 miles of Energy Transfer's Rover Pipeline will run through Livingston County. Read Full Article
 
South Lyon Man Caught With Cocaine Gets Jail

South Lyon Man Caught With Cocaine Gets Jail

20-year-old Elijah Dalke was caught with 5.5 grams of cocaine during a traffic stop by Green Oak Township Police. Read Full Article
 
Brighton Council OKs Street Utility Projects

Brighton Council OKs Street Utility Projects

The city of Brighton will be installing new sanitary sewer, storm sewer, and water lines on Second Street next year. Read Full Article
 
American Legion Post 141 To Host 36th Annual Christmas Day Dinner

American Legion Post 141 To Host 36th Annual Christmas Day Dinner

Food and fellowship will be available to all at a yearly Christmas Day dinner for the community.
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Northfield Township To Update Master Plan In 2018

Northfield Township To Update Master Plan In 2018

The USQ-23 corridor, North Territorial area, and North Village District are areas of special interest to the Planning Commission. Read Full Article
 
Lyon Township Accepting Letters To Santa

Lyon Township Accepting Letters To Santa

Per tradition, Lyon Township is serving as a drop off point for letters to Santa Claus. Read Full Article
 
Attorney Questions County Seizure Of Animals From Last Chance Rescue

Attorney Questions County Seizure Of Animals From Last Chance Rescue

Howell Attorney Tom Kizer is raising questions about the recent search and seizure of over 120 animals at the non-profit rescue organization. Read Full Article
 
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Friday's Scores

AP-BKH--Michigan Prep Scores, 4th Ld-Writethru,1730
BOYS' BASKETBALL
Eaton Rapids 57, Fowlerville 53
Flushing 44, Holly 34
Genesee 39, Webberville 16
Hartland 54, Pinckney 49
Linden 70, Owosso 45
South Lyon 43, Salem 35
Williamston 81, Lansing Catholic 41

GIRLS' BASKETBALL
Fenton 77, Swartz Creek 47
Fowlerville 51, Eaton Rapids 40
Howell 51, Ypsilanti Arbor Prep 41
Novi 58, Lakeland 31
Salem 42, South Lyon 28
Webberville 51, Genesee 17
Williamston 81, Lansing Catholic 41
 

Friday's Roundup

The Howell girls basketball team has been steadily gaining some buzz, but the Highlanders turned up the voltage on Friday night, beating Ypsilanti Arbor Prep 51-41 on the road.

It was the first regular-season loss for Arbor Prep in two years and the first ever loss for the Gators on their home floor in the seven years the school has been open.

The Highlanders trailed 20-12 after the end of the first quarter, then outscored Arbor Prep 18-3 to take the lead for good in the second quarter.

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Leah Weslock led the Highlanders with 18 points, Kylee Wendel added 12 and Lexie Miller had 11 points and 11 rebounds.

Elsewhere, Ollie Updike scored 16 points and added six assists as Fowlerville downed Eaton Rapids 51-40. Jackie Jarvis added 12 points for the Gladiators.

On the boys side, Evan Metz had 17 points to lead Hartland past Pinckney in overtime, 54-49. Freshman Dylan Reason had 14 points for the Pirates. At Fowlerville, Caden Collins had 19 points in a losing effort as the Gladiators fell to Eaton Rapids 57-53. For more scores, click on WHMI.com

In hockey, Brighton stayed unbeaten, breaking open a 2-2 tie with a pair of goals in the third period to beat Novi 4-2. Hartland suffered its first loss of the season. The Eagles fell to Cranbrook 3-2. In bowling, Paige Winbergs rolled a 246 as Brighton beat Wayne 22-8.
 

Howell's Miller 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 Howell girls basketball player Lexie Miller. Lexie led Howell to a pair of victories in the opening week of the season, including a double-double against West Bloomfield, when she scored 25 points and had 10 assists. Congratulations to Howell's Lexie Miller, from American Aqua and WHMI, Livingston County’s Own 93-5.
 
Michigan Headlines

FLINT, Mich. (AP) - A state employee charged in the Flint water scandal is returning to court for a possible plea deal with the attorney general's office. Online records at District Court in Flint show Adam Rosenthal is scheduled for a plea Tuesday. He's charged with three felonies and a misdemeanor, including tampering with the results of lead tests. A message seeking comment was left for his lawyer Monday. Rosenthal has been suspended with pay at the Department of Environmental Quality.

DETROIT (AP) - Authorities temporarily closed a stretch of highway in Detroit on Monday to search for shell casings or other clues in the apparently random shootings of four vehicles last week. About two miles of westbound Interstate 94 on Detroit's east side was shut down as police searched for evidence that could lead to an arrest in Thursday's shootings, which injured one driver who was shot in the leg.

LANSING, Mich. (AP) - Democrat Shri Thanedar is highlighting his background as a scientist in the first TV ad of the 2018 governor's race. The ad, which debuts Tuesday 11 months before the general election, criticizes President Donald Trump as a "climate change denier" and Gov. Rick Snyder as an accountant "who brought us the Flint drinking water crisis." It touts Thanedar as a chemist, notes his support for a single-payer health care system and calls him the most progressive Democrat running.

LANSING, Mich. (AP) - Organizers of a ballot drive to make Michigan's Legislature meet part-time are pushing for more signatures by mail and through advertising. The Clean Michigan Government ballot committee says it is two-thirds toward collecting the 315,000 valid signatures needed, which includes an extra cushion to allow for duplicates and flaws. The group says hundreds of thousands of petitions have been mailed to voters, who are being asked to gather signatures from friends and family.

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Monday, December 11 Auditions for CTH Radio Hour

Tuesday, December 12 Changing the Perception of Ability

Wednesday, December 13 Brighton Area Schools Orchestra Concert

Friday, December 15 Rep. Vaupel Office Hours

Friday, December 15 Shop with a Cop Dinner/Comedy Show

Saturday, December 16 LSO/LYO Joint Christmas Concert

Saturday, December 16 Holiday POPS with the Phil

Sunday, December 17 Winter Market

Sunday, December 17 Liv Co Chorale's White Christmas Singalong

Sunday, December 17 Cookie Walk

Monday, December 18 Foster Parent Informational Meeting

Wednesday, December 20 Caregiver Support Group-Dementia Specific

Wednesday, December 20 Events at Howell Library

Wednesday, December 20 Events at Pinckney Library

Wednesday, December 20 Events at Hartland Library

Wednesday, December 20 Events at Salem-South Lyon District Library

Wednesday, December 20 Events at Brighton District LIbrary

Wednesday, December 20 Events at Fowlerville Library

Wednesday, December 20 Sons of the Legion Annual Tree Sales

Wednesday, December 20 Events Northfield Township Area Library

Wednesday, December 20 Events at Hamburg Twp. Library

Monday, December 25 36th Annual Christmas Day Dinner

Tuesday, December 26 Livingston County Parkinson's Support Group

Thursday, December 28 Sloppy Joes, Pulled Pork & Floats

Sunday, December 31 NYE at The Howell Opera House

Sunday, December 31 New Year Dinner/Dance in Fowlerville

Sunday, December 31 Howell Eagles New Years Bash

Saturday, January 6 Steak Dinner

Sunday, January 7 St Mary Country Style Breakfast

Sunday, January 7 Winter Marketplace

Saturday, January 13 Wild Game Dinner

Saturday, January 13 Runway Repurposed Registration

Saturday, January 13 UN-Big Read Kick-off for True Grit

Thursday, January 18 Vocal Trash at BCPA

Saturday, January 27 Polar Plunge

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