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Friday, February 24
Kitchen Fire Closes Two Howell Eateries

Kitchen Fire Closes Two Howell Eateries

Firefighters were called out about 11:15pm to Mark's Midtown Coney Island at 208 W. Grand River after two passersby noticed smoke through the window. Read Full Article
 
Child Advocate Training Wraps Up, Volunteers Look Forward To New Role

Child Advocate Training Wraps Up, Volunteers Look Forward To New Role

Volunteers in the Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) program have completed training and will be sworn in as officers of the court next month. Read Full Article
 
Brighton Township Agrees To Increase Sewer Rates Despite Objections

Brighton Township Agrees To Increase Sewer Rates Despite Objections

A public hearing over sewer rates in Brighton Township had several residents objecting and one man ejected from the meeting. Read Full Article
 
Suspects Sought In Credit Card Theft At Local Adult Care & Rehab Facilities

Suspects Sought In Credit Card Theft At Local Adult Care & Rehab Facilities

Suspects are being sought by local authorities after three healthcare facilities in Livingston County were affected by credit card theft.
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Nature Hike At Highland State Recreation Area Saturday

Nature Hike At Highland State Recreation Area Saturday

The recent spring like weather should serve as the perfect backdrop for a weekend hike.

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Thursday, February 23
Fowlerville Cat Alive After Being Tortured & Shot By BB Gun

Fowlerville Cat Alive After Being Tortured & Shot By BB Gun

A Fowlerville couple’s cat that was tortured, lost his eye and underwent surgery is back home and said to be recovering well - all things considered.
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Urgent Pavement Repairs On Northbound US-23 Prompt Lane Closure

Urgent Pavement Repairs On Northbound US-23 Prompt Lane Closure

Area motorists and commuters could be impacted by repairs on Northbound US-23 in Washtenaw County. Read Full Article
 
Hamburg Twp Planners Approve Zoning Change To Hall Road Parcel

Hamburg Twp Planners Approve Zoning Change To Hall Road Parcel

Hamburg Township officials say changing the zoning of a parcel of land on Hall Road will benefit neighboring properties. Read Full Article
 
Annual Genealogy Seminar Will Help Uncover Family Names and Lineage

Annual Genealogy Seminar Will Help Uncover Family Names and Lineage

Community members can receive tips on how to branch out while growing their family tree at an event in Pinckney. Read Full Article
 
Acrimony Follows Failed Income Tax Cut Vote In Michigan House

Acrimony Follows Failed Income Tax Cut Vote In Michigan House

The House fell three votes short of the 55 needed to move the legislation to the Senate as twelve Republicans joined all but one Democrat in opposition. Read Full Article
 
City of Howell Seeking Grant To Redesign State Street

City of Howell Seeking Grant To Redesign State Street

The grant will allow for the reconstruction of the road and nearby alleys along with repairs to various utilities. Read Full Article
 
Overdose Sparks Procedure Review At Pontiac Rehab Center

Overdose Sparks Procedure Review At Pontiac Rehab Center

The 32-year-old Milford Township man overdosed on drugs police believe he received from a visitor. Read Full Article
 
Brighton Explores Creation of District to Increase Tax Base

Brighton Explores Creation of District to Increase Tax Base

The Brighton City Council is looking at creating a Commercial Redevelopment District to attract redevelopment and increasing the city's tax base. Read Full Article
 
Brighton DDA Makes Plans for Condos Near Downtown

Brighton DDA Makes Plans for Condos Near Downtown

The Brighton Downtown Development Authority has purchased some land near the downtown with an eye on seeing it developed as condos. Read Full Article
 
Livingston County Early Education Program Receives $25,000 Grant

Livingston County Early Education Program Receives $25,000 Grant

Local children will benefit from a grant recently awarded to a non-profit early education initiative. Read Full Article
 
Wednesday, February 22
Veterans Treatment Court Graduates Its Second Class

Veterans Treatment Court Graduates Its Second Class

A State Supreme Court Justice spoke this morning at a ceremony in Livingston County honoring veterans. Read Full Article
 
Fenton Twp. Man Found Dead After Being Charged With Child Pornography

Fenton Twp. Man Found Dead After Being Charged With Child Pornography

Suicide is being investigated as a possible cause. Read Full Article
 
Brighton Township Planning Commission Reccomends Rezoning Approval For Encore Village, Again

Brighton Township Planning Commission Reccomends Rezoning Approval For Encore Village, Again

The board was satisfied by the results of market and traffic studies for the proposed development. Read Full Article
 
New Program Expands Support Services To Cancer Patients & Families

New Program Expands Support Services To Cancer Patients & Families

Officials with St. Joseph Mercy Brighton Cancer Center say the new affiliation will be an integral part of the programming offered to patients from the moment of diagnosis Read Full Article
 
Brighton DDA Looks At "Pocket Park" For New UM Health Center

Brighton DDA Looks At "Pocket Park" For New UM Health Center

The DDA could potentially invest up to $400,000 on the project. Read Full Article
 
Local Family Court Judge Spells Out Importance Of Children's Advocates

Local Family Court Judge Spells Out Importance Of Children's Advocates

Probate Court Judge Miriam Cavanaugh expressed appreciation for Court Appointed Special Advocates and their role in the system. Read Full Article
 
Grassroots Group Hopes To Delay Rover Pipeline Work

Grassroots Group Hopes To Delay Rover Pipeline Work

A local grassroots organization is still combating the ET Rover pipeline project, despite it already having received construction approval. Read Full Article
 
South Lyon Council Defers Solar Panel Proposal For More Study

South Lyon Council Defers Solar Panel Proposal For More Study

It was estimated that the $750,000 cost for the project could be paid back within six years. Read Full Article
 
Tuesday, February 21
Organizer Says ACA Town Hall Will Take Place With Or Without Bishop

Organizer Says ACA Town Hall Will Take Place With Or Without Bishop

A Hamburg Township woman has reserved Crystal Gardens for a town hall meeting with Congressman Mike Bishop, whether he attends or not. Read Full Article
 
Design To Begin On Proposed Addition To Genoa Twp Waste Water Treatment Plant

Design To Begin On Proposed Addition To Genoa Twp Waste Water Treatment Plant

A proposed project for a waste water treatment plant in Genoa Township could lead to money saved and improved system operation. Read Full Article
 
Michigan Supreme Court Justice McCormack To Visit Veterans Court Graduation

Michigan Supreme Court Justice McCormack To Visit Veterans Court Graduation

She’ll join Presiding Judge Carol Sue Reader, who was instrumental in getting the court off the ground. Read Full Article
 
Hartland Consolidated Schools To Ask for Sinking Fund Millage In May

Hartland Consolidated Schools To Ask for Sinking Fund Millage In May

The district will ask for .5 mills for a sinking fund on the May school election ballot. Read Full Article
 
Green Oak Cold Case Murder Now A 14-Year-Old Mystery

Green Oak Cold Case Murder Now A 14-Year-Old Mystery

19-year-old Anthony “Nikki” Nicholas was found shot to death in a farmhouse on property between M-36 and Spicer Road on February 21st, 2003. Read Full Article
 
Volunteer Breakfast Will Mark 40th Anniversary Of Livingston County United Way

Volunteer Breakfast Will Mark 40th Anniversary Of Livingston County United Way

2017 marks the nonprofit’s 40th year as Livingston County United Way. Read Full Article
 
AARP Michigan Calls On Congress & President Trump To Protect Medicare

AARP Michigan Calls On Congress & President Trump To Protect Medicare

Advocates say a voucher plan being discussed to replace the current Medicare system would have a negative effect on both current and future retirees. Read Full Article
 
Monday, February 20
Howell Teen Bound Over For Trial On Charges In Fatal Crash

Howell Teen Bound Over For Trial On Charges In Fatal Crash

19-year-old Jordan Watson of Howell is accused of being intoxicated when he drove into two Waterford Township homes October 9th with four other people in the vehicle. Read Full Article
 
Brighton Looks To Establish System To Curb Over-Serving At Bars

Brighton Looks To Establish System To Curb Over-Serving At Bars

The city of Brighton has had problems lately with over-drinking at establishments that serve alcohol, and the problems that result. Read Full Article
 
St. Joe Livingston Donation Keeps Sexual Assault Program Up & Running

St. Joe Livingston Donation Keeps Sexual Assault Program Up & Running

LACASA’s President & CEO Bobette Schrandt says recent state funding cuts threatened their ability to cover the program's costs. Read Full Article
 
Tickets On Sale For Yearly "Salute To The Stars" Celebrity Dance Competition

Tickets On Sale For Yearly "Salute To The Stars" Celebrity Dance Competition

An annual event that benefits low income and homebound senior citizens within Livingston County will return next month. Read Full Article
 
Three Area Residents Killed In Eaton County Rollover Crash

Three Area Residents Killed In Eaton County Rollover Crash

Two of the occupants were ejected and pronounced dead at the scene. The third victim died later at a nearby hospital. Read Full Article
 
Pinckney Group Fighting ET Rover Pipeline Meets Tuesday Night

Pinckney Group Fighting ET Rover Pipeline Meets Tuesday Night

Group organizers say citizens have not been made aware of what they say is a potentially hazardous pipeline and the dangers it could cause. Read Full Article
 
Pharmacy Closes At VG's In Brighton Ahead Of Sale

Pharmacy Closes At VG's In Brighton Ahead Of Sale

The pharmacy is locked up, with a notice posted on the window telling customers to get their prescriptions filled at CVS. Read Full Article
 
2017 Champion For Children Nominations Sought

2017 Champion For Children Nominations Sought

Nominations are being sought for Livingston County’s 2017 Champion for Children. Read Full Article
 
Brighton Officer Returns To Duty After Battling Cancer

Brighton Officer Returns To Duty After Battling Cancer

Wes Gibbard had been diagnosed with cancer. However, after one year of chemotherapy and other forms of treatment, the 35-year-old officer is now cancer-free. Read Full Article
 
Sunday, February 19
Walk For Warmth Hopes to Surpass Last Year's Totals to Help Families in Need

Walk For Warmth Hopes to Surpass Last Year's Totals to Help Families in Need

A local man and his daughter, who received help a few years ago helped kick off the Walk for Warmth in Hartland Saturday morning. Read Full Article
 
About 300,000 Gallons Spilled in Brighton Water Main Break

About 300,000 Gallons Spilled in Brighton Water Main Break

Brighton officials say a water main break on the west side last week was quickly repaired, thanks to quick action by city DPW workers. Read Full Article
 
"Jaws" Next Featured Livingston Reads Selection

"Jaws" Next Featured Livingston Reads Selection

A community wide reading event is again being planned, showcasing a book full of surprises centered on a quest to stay alive. Read Full Article
 
Howell Students to Sing With Flint Acadamy Students in Joint Concert

Howell Students to Sing With Flint Acadamy Students in Joint Concert

A local middle school choir will sing with a Flint Academy High School in a joint concert to promote musical unity. Read Full Article
 
Saturday, February 18
Green Oak Postpones Decision On Housing Project At 9 Mile & Rushton

Green Oak Postpones Decision On Housing Project At 9 Mile & Rushton

A local township postponed a decision on a potential new development after a public hearing Thursday night. Read Full Article
 
Public Hearing Thursday On Proposed Sewer Rate Increase In Brighton Twp.

Public Hearing Thursday On Proposed Sewer Rate Increase In Brighton Twp.

A public hearing on a proposed sewer rate increase in Brighton Township will be held next week.
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Local Recreation Authority To Once Again Man Howell City Park And Boat Launch

Local Recreation Authority To Once Again Man Howell City Park And Boat Launch

The Howell Area Parks and Recreation Authority is again partnering with the city to operate the Thompson Lake beach and boat launch this summer. Read Full Article
 
Brighton District Library Celebrates Parenting Awareness Month In March

Brighton District Library Celebrates Parenting Awareness Month In March

March is Parenting Awareness Month and various events are planned at the Brighton District Library. Read Full Article
 
Friday, February 17
Court Advocate Trainees Learn About Factors In Child Abuse/Neglect

Court Advocate Trainees Learn About Factors In Child Abuse/Neglect

Local volunteers working towards becoming children’s advocates are learning that understanding the families and kids they will be helping is paramount. Read Full Article
 
Detroit Bust Turns Up Fentanyl Headed For Livingston & Washtenaw

Detroit Bust Turns Up Fentanyl Headed For Livingston & Washtenaw

A major Fentanyl bust revealed the powerful drug was intended for distribution in Livingston and Washtenaw counties. Read Full Article
 
LACASA Celebrates Gifts From The Heart

LACASA Celebrates Gifts From The Heart

LACASA held an open house today to celebrate support for important programs in the local community.
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Howell Second Graders Work Displayed At Sea Life Michigan Aquarium

Howell Second Graders Work Displayed At Sea Life Michigan Aquarium

A group of second graders from Howell’s Northwest Elementary had their work recognized by a Michigan public aquarium. Read Full Article
 
Brighton City Council Grills State Lawmakers On Revenue Sharing

Brighton City Council Grills State Lawmakers On Revenue Sharing

State Senator Joe Hune and State Rep. Lana Theis got an earful from city council members who say the city will go bankrupt if another recession hits. Read Full Article
 
OLHSA's Walk For Warmth This Saturday

OLHSA's Walk For Warmth This Saturday

OLHSA’s annual Walk for Warmth is this Saturday, a fundraiser that assists those facing heat-related emergencies. Read Full Article
 
Lane Closures Saturday On Northbound & Southbound US-23

Lane Closures Saturday On Northbound & Southbound US-23

Lane closures are expected to cause weekend traffic delays on US-23 in Livingston and Washtenaw counties.
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Local Montessori Recognized For Family Friendliness

Local Montessori Recognized For Family Friendliness

A local family agency recently recognized the Garden Gate Montessori School in Hartland for its strong family commitment. Read Full Article
 
Thursday, February 16
Drunk Man Wearing Body Armor Arrested In School Parking Lot

Drunk Man Wearing Body Armor Arrested In School Parking Lot

Livingston County Undersheriff Jeff Warder says that deputies were called out to the Charyl Stockwell Academy at about 1:15 Wednesday afternoon. Read Full Article
 
MC Sports In Brighton To Close After Company Files For Chapter 11 Bankruptcy

MC Sports In Brighton To Close After Company Files For Chapter 11 Bankruptcy

A local sporting goods store is going out of business. Read Full Article
 
Putnam Township Addresses Mute Swan Overpopulation

Putnam Township Addresses Mute Swan Overpopulation

The Board of Trustees passed a resolution allowing the DNR to begin population control in the township. Read Full Article
 
Storm Troopers Are Stretching Their Influence To Brighton Library On Saturday

Storm Troopers Are Stretching Their Influence To Brighton Library On Saturday

Take part in Star Wars-themed games, activities, and more with favorite characters from the saga. Read Full Article
 
Appeals Court Upholds Life Sentence For Man In 2011 Iosco Twp. Murder

Appeals Court Upholds Life Sentence For Man In 2011 Iosco Twp. Murder

26-year-old Anthony Sean Duke was convicted by a local jury in the murder of 47-year-old Ronald Hauser, who was found shot to death in his basement in December of 2011. Read Full Article
 
Project Opiate Forum Connects Community Through Stories And Hope

Project Opiate Forum Connects Community Through Stories And Hope

A variety of community stakeholders came together last night to discuss the problem of opiate addiction and what can be done to combat it. Read Full Article
 
Bowl For Kids Sake Fundraiser Coming March 2nd-5th, 9th

Bowl For Kids Sake Fundraiser Coming March 2nd-5th, 9th

The event is Livingston County Big Brothers Big Sister's biggest fundraiser of the year. Read Full Article
 
Highland Township Man Arrested For Indecent Exposure

Highland Township Man Arrested For Indecent Exposure

A man is facing indecent exposure charges following an incident Wednesday morning in Hartland Township.

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Livingston County Road Commission & M-DOT Enforcing Spring Weight Restrictions

Livingston County Road Commission & M-DOT Enforcing Spring Weight Restrictions

State and local agencies are enacting spring weight restrictions, an annual move to protect roads.
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Wednesday, February 15
Car Overturns On I-96 With Woman & 1-Year-Old Inside

Car Overturns On I-96 With Woman & 1-Year-Old Inside

A woman and child are believed to be unharmed after their vehicle overturned on I-96 in Howell Township this morning. Read Full Article
 
Couples Tie The Knot With Valentine's Day Wedding At Coffee Shop

Couples Tie The Knot With Valentine's Day Wedding At Coffee Shop

Love was brewing at Uptown Coffeehouse in downtown Howell yesterday, as couples from all over took the plunge. Read Full Article
 
Local GOP Activist Pushes Kid Rock Candidacy For U.S. Senate

Local GOP Activist Pushes Kid Rock Candidacy For U.S. Senate

Wes Nakagiri, a Livingston County Tea Party activist, says Kid Rock would be an “out of the box” candidate to take on Democrat Debbie Stabenow in 2018. Read Full Article
 
Pinckney Woman Waives Exam To Embezzlement Charges

Pinckney Woman Waives Exam To Embezzlement Charges

Her case now heads to Oakland County Circuit Court, where she’ll be arraigned February 27th on six felony counts of embezzlement. Read Full Article
 
Handy Township Fixes One Treatment Plant Problem, Focuses On Another

Handy Township Fixes One Treatment Plant Problem, Focuses On Another

The units, known as RBC's, are now all operating properly, but better weather is needed to begin cleanup of the sludge in a tank underneath them. Read Full Article
 
Man Facing Assault Charges For Pushing Protestors

Man Facing Assault Charges For Pushing Protestors

12 counts of assault and battery against the male suspect are being pursued through the Livingston County Prosecutor’s Office. Read Full Article
 
Bishop Selected To Join House Ways & Means Committee

Bishop Selected To Join House Ways & Means Committee

The Rochester Hills Republican was chosen to fill the seat left open by newly-confirmed Health and Human Services Secretary Tom Price. Read Full Article
 
CASA Trainees Look To Better Understand Families & Children

CASA Trainees Look To Better Understand Families & Children

There are many factors that contribute to the abuse and/or neglect of a child, as a group of local volunteers recently learned. Read Full Article
 
BAS Music Open House Tonight At Maltby

BAS Music Open House Tonight At Maltby

The open house will have what is referred to as an instrument “petting zoo”, meaning students who attend will be allowed to handle and even play the instruments. Read Full Article
 
Tuesday, February 14
Man Facing Assault & Battery Charges After Allegedly Pushing Protestors

Man Facing Assault & Battery Charges After Allegedly Pushing Protestors

Criminal charges could be filed against a man who pushed some people peacefully protesting outside of a local congressman’s office.
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WHMI Celebrates 60 Years On The Air

WHMI Celebrates 60 Years On The Air

Johnny Thiel was one of WHMI’s first morning DJ’s, back when the studio sat on the corner of Walnut Street and Grand River Avenue in Howell above a paint store. Read Full Article
 
BHS Junior Joins EMU Women's Softball Team

BHS Junior Joins EMU Women's Softball Team

The Brighton Board of Education has given a Shining Star award to a a student who - though still in high school - has become a member of the Eastern Michigan University softball team. Read Full Article
 
Local Parochial School To Receive Security Upgrade Funding

Local Parochial School To Receive Security Upgrade Funding

The grants announced this week are going to 25 public school districts, 24 private schools and three charter schools to purchase equipment and technology. Read Full Article
 
Howell Woman Receives Delayed Sentence For Identity Theft

Howell Woman Receives Delayed Sentence For Identity Theft

Sentencing has been handed down to a local woman who admitted to using her friend’s credit card to rack up thousands of dollars in charges without her knowledge. Read Full Article
 
Local K9 Hero Celebrates Retirement With Reception & Recognition

Local K9 Hero Celebrates Retirement With Reception & Recognition

He got his start with the Pinckney Police Department as an answer to a local heroin problem, but now K9 Kizer is living the easy life of retirement. Read Full Article
 
Pinckney Couple Facing Drunk Driving Charges

Pinckney Couple Facing Drunk Driving Charges

A local husband and wife are now both facing charges related to a drunken driving incident that involved their children. Read Full Article
 
Crews Repair Water Main Break In Brighton

Crews Repair Water Main Break In Brighton

A crew eventually cut out the broken main and replaced it, restoring service. Read Full Article
 
Monday, February 13
Water Main Break In Brighton, Situation Isolated

Water Main Break In Brighton, Situation Isolated

Residents and motorists are being advised of a water main break in Brighton. Read Full Article
 
9th Annual Runway Repurposed Event Combines Fashion And Fundraising

9th Annual Runway Repurposed Event Combines Fashion And Fundraising

Fashion designers of all ages and from all areas showed off their handiwork on the runway at a yearly fundraiser in Genoa Township yesterday. Read Full Article
 
Fenton Police Chief Resigns To Take New Job

Fenton Police Chief Resigns To Take New Job

Fenton Police Chief Rick Aro is resigning after accepting a new job.
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Hamburg Man Enters Plea In Drunk Driving Case

Hamburg Man Enters Plea In Drunk Driving Case

A man who allegedly drove drunk to the Hamburg Township Police station has entered a plea. Read Full Article
 
Informational Session For Veterans In Livingston County

Informational Session For Veterans In Livingston County

An informational event will take place for veterans in Livingston County.
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Spaghetti Dinner To Benefit Genesis House in Fowlerville

Spaghetti Dinner To Benefit Genesis House in Fowlerville

A club house that supports individuals with mental illness will host a fundraiser early next month.
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Brighton VGs Store Being Purchased by Busch's

Brighton VGs Store Being Purchased by Busch's

The Brighton VGs supermarket and pharmacy in Brighton will be purchased by the Busch's chain. Read Full Article
 
Pinckney Man Enters Plea In Sexual Assault Case

Pinckney Man Enters Plea In Sexual Assault Case

A local man who authorities say forced his female friend to have sex with him has entered a plea. Read Full Article
 
Organizers Gearing Up For Pinckney St. Patrick's Day Parade

Organizers Gearing Up For Pinckney St. Patrick's Day Parade

The St Patrick’s Day Parade in Pinckney has offered an opportunity to celebrate the Irish culture close to home for the past 12 years and this year will be no different.
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Sunday, February 12
Dates Changed for Brighton's 150th Anniversary Celebration Due to Conflict

Dates Changed for Brighton's 150th Anniversary Celebration Due to Conflict

Due to a conflict with another local event, the dates for Brighton's 150th Anniversary celebration have been changed. Read Full Article
 
Lane Closures & Traffic Shifts Planned On US-23

Lane Closures & Traffic Shifts Planned On US-23

Lane closures on US-23 are scheduled this week in Livingston and Washtenaw Counties. Read Full Article
 
Howell Woman Enters Plea In Larceny Case

Howell Woman Enters Plea In Larceny Case

A local woman charged with stealing from several vehicles in Brighton and Howell has entered a plea in the case.
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Saturday, February 11
South Lyon Woman Charged In Brighton Mill Pond Escape Attempt Rejects Plea

South Lyon Woman Charged In Brighton Mill Pond Escape Attempt Rejects Plea

A Livingston County Jail inmate who attempted to escape from custody in the Brighton Mill Pond is heading to trial. Read Full Article
 
Fundraising Campaign For Howell Opera House Continues

Fundraising Campaign For Howell Opera House Continues

A fundraising campaign continues to “Restore the Glory” and preserve an important historic structure in the Howell community while creating a new regional arts venue. Read Full Article
 
Oak Park Man Enters Plea In Local B&E Incidents

Oak Park Man Enters Plea In Local B&E Incidents

One of the two Oak Park men police say are responsible for break-ins at two retail stores in Livingston County has entered a plea.
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Walk For Warmth Next Saturday, February 18th

Walk For Warmth Next Saturday, February 18th

Community members are being encouraged to beat cabin fever during an event next weekend while raising funds to heat homes and warm hearts.
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Friday, February 10
City Of Brighton Accepting Applications For 2017 Biennial Outdoor Sculpture Exhibit

City Of Brighton Accepting Applications For 2017 Biennial Outdoor Sculpture Exhibit

The City of Brighton is now accepting application for this year’s Biennial Outdoor Sculpture Exhibit in downtown Brighton. Read Full Article
 
Fowlerville Man Enters Plea In Road Rage Incident

Fowlerville Man Enters Plea In Road Rage Incident

A Fowlerville man has entered a plea in connection with a road rage incident involving a handgun in Howell Township.
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Weekend Lane Closures On US-23 Between M-36 & M-14

Weekend Lane Closures On US-23 Between M-36 & M-14

Motorists should expect delays tomorrow on US-23 in Livingston and Washtenaw Counties.
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CASA Training Educates Volunteers About Legal Component Of Child Advocacy

CASA Training Educates Volunteers About Legal Component Of Child Advocacy

Community members training to become advocates for abused and neglected children in the court system are tackling the legal aspect of their role. Read Full Article
 
Brighton Township Board Reviews Support Emergency Operations Plan

Brighton Township Board Reviews Support Emergency Operations Plan

The Support Emergency Operations Plan for Brighton Township is being finalized in conjunction with the larger Livingston County plan. Read Full Article
 
Saturday Marks 8 Year Anniversary Of Fenton Woman's Mysterious Disappearance

Saturday Marks 8 Year Anniversary Of Fenton Woman's Mysterious Disappearance

Saturday will mark eight years since a Fenton woman disappeared but police are still searching for answers and family members, closure. Read Full Article