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Sunday, September 25
Brighton Area Schools Transportation Director Retires

Brighton Area Schools Transportation Director Retires

The Brighton Area Schools have a new transportation director for the 2016-17 school year with the retirement of long-time transportation director Betty Clohosey. Read Full Article
 
Pinckney Community Schools Adds Girls' Field Hockey

Pinckney Community Schools Adds Girls' Field Hockey

A local school district has added a new girls’ varsity sport to its roster of fall offerings. Read Full Article
 
District Set To Hold Annual College & Technical Education Night

District Set To Hold Annual College & Technical Education Night

Howell High School's College and Technical Education Night is Tuesday, featuring representatives from more than 50 colleges, universities, technical schools and the military. Read Full Article
 
Saturday, September 24
Brother Charged In Crash That Killed Hamburg Police Sgt. Heads To Trial

Brother Charged In Crash That Killed Hamburg Police Sgt. Heads To Trial

Michael David Kelty is the brother of Steven Kelty,who was convicted of causing the car crash that claimed the life of Hamburg Police Sergeant Jim Sanderson. Read Full Article
 
Pinckney Community Mourns Loss Of Well Known Store Manager

Pinckney Community Mourns Loss Of Well Known Store Manager

A man known to many throughout the Pinckney community has passed away.
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Adult Immunizations Latest Focus Of "Road To Community Health" Series

Adult Immunizations Latest Focus Of "Road To Community Health" Series

Local health officials are reminding the community that vaccines aren’t just for kids.
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Marion Township Continues Talks On Ordinance Language

Marion Township Continues Talks On Ordinance Language

Township officials in one Livingston County township continue to hash over language in a Special Events Ordinance. Read Full Article
 
Additions Approved For Green Oak Twp Development With Conditions

Additions Approved For Green Oak Twp Development With Conditions

Plans to add another two buildings to an already existing development in Green Oak Township have been approved, but not without some remedial action first. Read Full Article
 
Friday, September 23
Former Howell Teacher To Enter Plea In Child Pornography Case

Former Howell Teacher To Enter Plea In Child Pornography Case

His trial had been set to begin October 3rd, but court records show that a plea hearing has been scheduled for Monday. Read Full Article
 
Panel Discusses Recently Introduced "B-Corps" Bills In Howell

Panel Discusses Recently Introduced "B-Corps" Bills In Howell

A set of bipartisan bills making their way through legislation would offer protection and certification to revenue-generating businesses that also have a desire to pursue a social or environmental mission. Read Full Article
 
Community Says Resources Lacking To Address Hoarding In Livingston County

Community Says Resources Lacking To Address Hoarding In Livingston County

A seminar in Howell Thursday uncovered some interesting aspects of a hoarding problem in Livingston County. Read Full Article
 
Deadline Draws Near for Livingston County Photo Contest

Deadline Draws Near for Livingston County Photo Contest

There is only one week left to submit a photo to a Livingston County Department looking to update its master plan. Read Full Article
 
Cleary University Museum Wins Grant

Cleary University Museum Wins Grant

The Arthur Secunda Museum was awarded the $1,000 grant from the Arts Alliance. Read Full Article
 
Ramp & Lane Closures Set For I-96/US-23 Interchange This Weekend

Ramp & Lane Closures Set For I-96/US-23 Interchange This Weekend

Various ramps and lanes will be closed so crews can place traffic into its normal lanes on westbound I-96 and the westbound I-96 Collector Distributor lane. Read Full Article
 
Former State Party Chair Discusses Straight Ticket Legal Win

Former State Party Chair Discusses Straight Ticket Legal Win

Local Democrats heard the final word last night on the straight ticket voting option, right from the man who led the fought to keep it. Read Full Article
 
Local & Statewide Jobless Rates Fall In August

Local & Statewide Jobless Rates Fall In August

Local area jobless rate drops were said to be typical for August.
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Area Churches and Businesses to Celebrate First Responders near Brighton Mill Pond

Area Churches and Businesses to Celebrate First Responders near Brighton Mill Pond

In recognition of First Responders Appreciation Day, one Brighton area church is spearheading a celebration downtown near the Mill Pond. Read Full Article
 
Howell Chamber of Commerce Named As A Finalist In Statewide Competition

Howell Chamber of Commerce Named As A Finalist In Statewide Competition

The Howell Area Chamber of Commerce was chosen as a finalist for Michigan's "Outstanding Chamber of the Year". Read Full Article
 
Thursday, September 22
Lyon Township Car And Bike Accident Under Investigation

Lyon Township Car And Bike Accident Under Investigation

Authorities are investigating a bicycle and car accident in Lyon Township that occurred early Wednesday morning. Read Full Article
 
Sierra Club Talks Environment, Election And Politics At Brighton Session

Sierra Club Talks Environment, Election And Politics At Brighton Session

A seminar in Brighton last night discussed state legislature and lawmakers, and how the two are impacting the environment. Read Full Article
 
Suspects In Ring Of Car Break-Ins Plead To Local Charges

Suspects In Ring Of Car Break-Ins Plead To Local Charges

Pleas have been entered by two New Hudson men believed to be involved in hundreds of car break-ins that span across three counties. Read Full Article
 
Putnam Township Amends Current Budgets

Putnam Township Amends Current Budgets

Amendments were made to the Capital Improvement Budget and the General Fund Budget. Read Full Article
 
Local Superintendents Decline Comment On State's LGBT Guidelines

Local Superintendents Decline Comment On State's LGBT Guidelines

All five of Livingston County’s public school superintendents have nothing to say when it comes to new voluntary guidelines about LGBT students. Read Full Article
 
M-DOT Releases Update On US-23 Bridge Repair Projects

M-DOT Releases Update On US-23 Bridge Repair Projects

Work on bridges along US-23 in Livingston County continues. Read Full Article
 
Cleary University Planning Detroit Campus

Cleary University Planning Detroit Campus

An event to discuss the partnership involving Little Rock Baptist Church and the Livingston County-based business university is planned this morning in Detroit. Read Full Article
 
Hamburg Historical Museum Set To Reopen Saturday

Hamburg Historical Museum Set To Reopen Saturday

The museum closed 10 months ago to make changes to galleries and replace the roof. Read Full Article
 
Hartland Man Seriously Injured, Dog Killed In Golf Cart Crash

Hartland Man Seriously Injured, Dog Killed In Golf Cart Crash

A man was seriously injured and a dog killed in a Wednesday morning golf cart crash in Hartland Township. Read Full Article
 
Warrant Issued For Suspect in Car Break-In & Police Chase

Warrant Issued For Suspect in Car Break-In & Police Chase

A warrant has been issued for one of the three suspects charged with trying to break into a car in Genoa Township before fleeing from police. Read Full Article
 
Wednesday, September 21
Court: Fowlerville Officer Not Entitled To Immunity In Fatal Motorcycle Crash

Court: Fowlerville Officer Not Entitled To Immunity In Fatal Motorcycle Crash

A local police officer is not entitled to immunity in a lawsuit connected to a fatal motorcycle accident near Fowlerville. Read Full Article
 
2016 Recruitment & Retention Survey Open To Livingston County Businesses

2016 Recruitment & Retention Survey Open To Livingston County Businesses

A short survey aims to help business owners throughout Livingston County attract and retain employees.
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Local Charter School Marks 20th Anniversary

Local Charter School Marks 20th Anniversary

Established in September of 1996, CSA serves more than 1,000 K-12 students and employs 103 staff, including 50 teachers, on its two campuses. Read Full Article
 
Residents Voice Opposition To Proposed Apartments On School Property

Residents Voice Opposition To Proposed Apartments On School Property

A proposal to redevelop a local elementary school into a 208-unit apartment complex is not receiving much support from neighbors. Read Full Article
 
Hartland Township's Request To Consolidate Zip Codes Denied By USPS

Hartland Township's Request To Consolidate Zip Codes Denied By USPS

The township, which covers a 6 mile by 6 mile area and houses roughly 15,000 residents, is currently saddled with 7 different zip codes. Read Full Article
 
Final Approval Given To New Hotel In Brighton

Final Approval Given To New Hotel In Brighton

Developer Mike Shammami of Brighton Hotels LLC plans to build a 3-story, 90-room, Candlewood Suites on Library Drive. Read Full Article
 
Nominations Sought For 2016 "Champion For Children" Award

Nominations Sought For 2016 "Champion For Children" Award

Two local organizations are looking for an outstanding individual who devotes significant time and energy to helping Livingston County children. Read Full Article
 
South Lyon Man is Habitat For Humanity's Volunteer Of The Year

South Lyon Man is Habitat For Humanity's Volunteer Of The Year

Bruce VandenBerg was awarded the honor for his work with the ReStore program over the past 15 years. Read Full Article
 
Tuesday, September 20
5-Story Condo Development In Downtown Brighton Gets Initial Green Light

5-Story Condo Development In Downtown Brighton Gets Initial Green Light

The landscape of downtown Brighton will be a bit more vertical if a proposed combined residential-retail project by an area developer goes through. Read Full Article
 
Police Identify 18-Year-Old Killed In Monday Crash On I-96 Near Williamston

Police Identify 18-Year-Old Killed In Monday Crash On I-96 Near Williamston

Police have identified a man killed in a three-vehicle crash that shut down I-96 for hours near Williamston on Monday.
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After 27 Years On The Run, Highland Man Hopes For Appeal Of Life Sentence

After 27 Years On The Run, Highland Man Hopes For Appeal Of Life Sentence

64-year-old Thomas Xenakis ran from Oakland County authorities in 1987 after he faced a life prison sentence for possession of more than two pounds of cocaine. Read Full Article
 
Township Candidate Makes It Official; She's Unable To Serve If Elected

Township Candidate Makes It Official; She's Unable To Serve If Elected

Elizabeth Dean has submitted a letter to Howell Township informing officials that the sale of her home will be final in mid-October. Read Full Article
 
Brighton Township Looks at Litigation Over Code Violations on 2 Vacant Properties

Brighton Township Looks at Litigation Over Code Violations on 2 Vacant Properties

Brighton Township officials are considering court action against two property owners for code enforcement violations. Read Full Article
 
Three Fires Is Focus For Committee Looking To Right-Size Howell District

Three Fires Is Focus For Committee Looking To Right-Size Howell District

A group of stakeholders for Howell Public Schools are discussing how to right-size the district as a result of facility under-utilization. Read Full Article
 
Brother Charged In Crash That Killed Hamburg Police Sgt.

Brother Charged In Crash That Killed Hamburg Police Sgt.

A Dearborn Heights man is facing charges related to a fatal crash caused by his brother that claimed the life of a Hamburg Township police sergeant.
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Suspects In 2015 Sexual Assault Back In Court Next Week

Suspects In 2015 Sexual Assault Back In Court Next Week

Vincent Gentilozzi of Williamston and Jon Martin of Stockbridge were arrested in August after a lengthy investigation by the Ingham County Sheriff's Office. Read Full Article
 
County Looks Into Mass Notification System For Emergencies & Disasters

County Looks Into Mass Notification System For Emergencies & Disasters

A purchase request for a new mass notification system was hashed out by a committee of the Livingston County Board of Commissioners Monday night.
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Monday, September 19
Fatal Crash Involving Horse Trailer Shuts Down I-96 For Hours

Fatal Crash Involving Horse Trailer Shuts Down I-96 For Hours

A three-vehicle crash left one person dead and traffic backed-up for several miles along I-96 near Williamston. Read Full Article
 
Brighton Man Attempts To Flee Police & Crashes Into Tree

Brighton Man Attempts To Flee Police & Crashes Into Tree

Charges are being sought against a Brighton man who crashed his vehicle into a tree this morning after trying to flee police while allegedly under the influence.
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Parking Lots To Close For Maintenance In Downtown Brighton This Week

Parking Lots To Close For Maintenance In Downtown Brighton This Week

Maintenance work on parking lots in Downtown Brighton is being performed this week.
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Horse Trailer Crash Forces Shutdown Of I-96 Near Williamston

Horse Trailer Crash Forces Shutdown Of I-96 Near Williamston

The crash happened when a westbound vehicle was rear-ended and traveled across the median into the eastbound lanes just after 7:30am Read Full Article
 
Parents Reminded To Ensure Car Seats & Seatbelts Being Properly Used

Parents Reminded To Ensure Car Seats & Seatbelts Being Properly Used

Child Passenger Safety Week runs through Saturday with the goal of educating parents and caregivers about proper seat-belt and car-seat use. Read Full Article
 
Hoarding Seminar Will Discuss The Issue & How To Intervene

Hoarding Seminar Will Discuss The Issue & How To Intervene

The course is geared towards health professionals, emergency service staff and home visitors, but anyone is welcome. Read Full Article
 
Librarians Spend a Day Learning to Advocate for Funding

Librarians Spend a Day Learning to Advocate for Funding

Librarians and teachers from across the state were in Livingston County Saturday to learn how to advocate for school library funding. Read Full Article
 
Howell Residents Encouraged To Register For Citizens' Academy

Howell Residents Encouraged To Register For Citizens' Academy

The class will meet every Thursday from 6:30 to 9:30 pm between October 6th and November 17th. The deadline to register is Wednesday, September 28th. Read Full Article
 
Cinderella's Closet Open This Week

Cinderella's Closet Open This Week

A twice-annual non-profit boutique offering formal dresses at affordable prices has returned to Livingston County. Read Full Article
 
Lansing Man Sentenced To Prison For Retail Fraud & Police Chase

Lansing Man Sentenced To Prison For Retail Fraud & Police Chase

19-year-old Kaylyn Williams was one of four people arrested in the July 15th incident that began at the Tanger Outlet Center in Howell Township. Read Full Article
 
Sunday, September 18
Medical Facility Construction Moves To Next Phase

Medical Facility Construction Moves To Next Phase

A completion date for the first phase of the project has been tentatively set for May of 2017. Read Full Article
 
Brighton Council OKs Upgrades to Downtown Parking Lots

Brighton Council OKs Upgrades to Downtown Parking Lots

The parking lots in downtown Brighton are in line for some needed maintenance work this fall as a result of action by the City Council. Read Full Article
 
South Lyon School Board Candidate Forum Set Next Month

South Lyon School Board Candidate Forum Set Next Month

There are six candidates vying for three open seats in the South Lyon Community Schools Board of Education in November. Read Full Article
 
Christian Therapy Camp Receives Preliminary Approval

Christian Therapy Camp Receives Preliminary Approval

The Christian-based camp will allow families to move in for the weekend, away from distractions, so that they may try to grow back together. Read Full Article
 
Saturday, September 17
Former State Party Chair Who Led Straight Ticket Fight To Speak In Brighton

Former State Party Chair Who Led Straight Ticket Fight To Speak In Brighton

An event next week in Brighton will feature a former state party chairman who led the effort to keep straight ticket voting in Michigan. Read Full Article
 
Pinckney District Renews Contract To Sell Former Elementary School

Pinckney District Renews Contract To Sell Former Elementary School

Pinckney Community Schools continues to move forward toward completing the sale of one of its former elementary schools. Read Full Article
 
Thrift Store Will Benefit Brighton Students

Thrift Store Will Benefit Brighton Students

“The Bulldog Boutique” will feature used clothing, furniture, tools, and many other items. Read Full Article
 
Livingston County Planning Offers Brown Bag Lunch Series on Water Issues

Livingston County Planning Offers Brown Bag Lunch Series on Water Issues

Local residents have the opportunity to give input on an emerging issue in Southeast Michigan during an upcoming luncheon. Read Full Article
 
Friday, September 16
Young Girl Seriously Injured By Golf Cart At Local Football Game

Young Girl Seriously Injured By Golf Cart At Local Football Game

The part-time district employee was driving a golf cart at the game when the incident occurred in a utility area. Read Full Article
 
Woman Suing Gas Company, Claims Emissions Killed Her Cows

Woman Suing Gas Company, Claims Emissions Killed Her Cows

A gas company with a facility once located in Livingston County is being sued by a woman who believes the facility’s gas emissions killed her cattle. Read Full Article
 
November Public Hearing Will Discuss Green Oak Twp Legacy Park Plans

November Public Hearing Will Discuss Green Oak Twp Legacy Park Plans

Planning continues for a large development in Green Oak Township and officials are making their expectations for the project’s impact on the community very clear. Read Full Article
 
Haunted SHAC Art Program Fundraiser Seeking Volunteers

Haunted SHAC Art Program Fundraiser Seeking Volunteers

Some spooky sights will return to downtown Milford next month as part of a fundraiser for local art programs. Read Full Article
 
Local Unemployment Rate Unchanged In August

Local Unemployment Rate Unchanged In August

Livingston County’s jobless rate was unchanged during the month of August. Read Full Article
 
Brighton Council OKs Liens On Properties Including Former Lindbom School

Brighton Council OKs Liens On Properties Including Former Lindbom School

Three Brighton properties will be subject to having liens placed on their December tax statements for non-payment of bills. Read Full Article
 
Diversity Council to Host Second Annual "Celebrate U"

Diversity Council to Host Second Annual "Celebrate U"

A local organization plans an afternoon of entertainment from a variety of different cultures to help area kids get a glimpse of the wider world. Read Full Article
 
Howell Public Schools to Host Public Forum on Facilities Use

Howell Public Schools to Host Public Forum on Facilities Use

One local school district is inviting the community into the discussion about its plans for facilities use. Read Full Article
 
City Of Howell Accepts Lone, Expensive Bid For Parking Lot Project

City Of Howell Accepts Lone, Expensive Bid For Parking Lot Project

The City of Howell will have to pony up a little more money than they anticipated for a parking lot reconstruction project. Read Full Article
 
Thursday, September 15
Crash Forces Closure Of Westbound I-96 During Morning Commute

Crash Forces Closure Of Westbound I-96 During Morning Commute

Survival Flight transported the victim to the University of Michigan Medical Center in Ann Arbor with what were described as serious injuries. Picture courtesy of WDIV/ClickOnDetroit.com Read Full Article
 
Putnam Planning Commission Recommends Special Use Permit For Camp

Putnam Planning Commission Recommends Special Use Permit For Camp

The commission was satisfied by answers regarding a proposed bell tower and acreage size. Read Full Article
 
Doggie Dash To Benefit Humane Society Of Livingston County

Doggie Dash To Benefit Humane Society Of Livingston County

The event takes place at Kensingston Metropark on October 1st. Read Full Article
 
Ramp & Lane Closures Planned For I-96/US-23 Interchange

Ramp & Lane Closures Planned For I-96/US-23 Interchange

The I-96/US-23 interchange will see several different closures over the next week.

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Library Workshop In Howell Will Help Every Student Succeed

Library Workshop In Howell Will Help Every Student Succeed

The workshop for media specialists and educational leaders will benefit students across the state. Read Full Article
 
Opiate Awareness Forum Brings Community Together To Combat Drug Abuse

Opiate Awareness Forum Brings Community Together To Combat Drug Abuse

An event in Fowlerville last night took a no-nonsense approach to educating the community about opiate abuse in Livingston County. Read Full Article
 
Residents In Oceola Subdivision Seek End To Continuous Gunfire

Residents In Oceola Subdivision Seek End To Continuous Gunfire

Some residents in an Oceola Township subdivision that are bothered by the sound of gun fire are still waiting for officials to take action. Read Full Article
 
Flushing Woman Heading To Trial On Escape Charges

Flushing Woman Heading To Trial On Escape Charges

An inmate of the Livingston County Jail who tried to escape near the Brighton Mill pond is headed to trial.
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Howell Dentist To Once Again Hold Free Dental Day

Howell Dentist To Once Again Hold Free Dental Day

An annual event in Howell next week will put a big smile on community members’ faces. Read Full Article
 
Longtime Brighton Swim Coach Tim McInnis Dies

Longtime Brighton Swim Coach Tim McInnis Dies

McInnis is remembered for his sense of humor as well as his devotion to swimmers at all levels. Read Full Article
 
Wednesday, September 14
Program That Helps Foster Kids Through Court System Set To Expand Volunteer Base

Program That Helps Foster Kids Through Court System Set To Expand Volunteer Base

Additional funding will allow LACASA Center's Court Appointed Special Advocates program to expand and serve more kids. Read Full Article
 
Classic Car And Bike Show To Honor Veterans

Classic Car And Bike Show To Honor Veterans

The event runs September 16-18 at Island Lake Recreation Park. Read Full Article
 
Handy Township Accepts Bid To Demolish Abandoned Structures

Handy Township Accepts Bid To Demolish Abandoned Structures

The former Whitehead property at Grand River Avenue and Nicholson Road will begin to see clean-up soon. Read Full Article
 
Brighton Architectural Firm Honored For Community Committment

Brighton Architectural Firm Honored For Community Committment

The Michigan Association of United Ways honored Lindhout Associates Architects as the recipient of the 6th annual Spirit of Michigan award. Read Full Article
 
Donation Helps Dementia Therapy Continue

Donation Helps Dementia Therapy Continue

A $5,000 gift was given to Livingston County Catholic Charities' Be Our Guest Adult Day service. Read Full Article
 
Sentencing Delayed For Linden Man Charged With School Shooting Plot

Sentencing Delayed For Linden Man Charged With School Shooting Plot

Doubts were expressed in court Tuesday that Ryan Stevens’ testimony would be consistent with his plea deal. Read Full Article
 
Identification Sought Of Suspect In Brighton Twp. Gun Theft

Identification Sought Of Suspect In Brighton Twp. Gun Theft

Among the items stolen were two shotguns, a long rifle and a hunting bow. Read Full Article
 
Demonstration Held To Try Out Device That Assists Disabled Voters

Demonstration Held To Try Out Device That Assists Disabled Voters

Local residents, including some with disabilities, had the opportunity to learn about a different voting option and their rights at a community event in Howell. Read Full Article
 
Hartland Planning Commission Restricts Fence-Topped Walls For Tractor Supply Store

Hartland Planning Commission Restricts Fence-Topped Walls For Tractor Supply Store

Hartland Township officials have modified renovation plans to a building in their jurisdiction that will soon become a tractor supply store. Read Full Article
 
Tuesday, September 13
Trial Date Set For Tyrone Man Charged In Multimillion Dollar Embezzlement

Trial Date Set For Tyrone Man Charged In Multimillion Dollar Embezzlement

Unless a plea deal is worked out, 37-year-old Michael LaJoice of Tyrone Township will stand trial December 12th on 14 counts of embezzlement. Read Full Article
 
St. John's Providence Celebrates a Milestone in Howell Facility Construction

St. John's Providence Celebrates a Milestone in Howell Facility Construction

Construction on a new outpatient medical facility continues to move forward after the final steel beam was set earlier today. Read Full Article
 
Brighton Kroger Plans Expansion

Brighton Kroger Plans Expansion

Brighton shoppers will soon have a wider selection to choose from at the local Kroger. Read Full Article
 
City Of Howell Joins In Support Of Continuing Parks And Rec

City Of Howell Joins In Support Of Continuing Parks And Rec

Another municipality has approved a resolution that’s required for the Howell Area Parks & Recreation Authority to continue.
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Brighton Township Planning Tables New Development

Brighton Township Planning Tables New Development

A developer with plans to build in Brighton Township will have to wait at least another month to get started. Read Full Article
 
Howell Railroad Crossing Repair Approved Despite "Extremely High" Cost

Howell Railroad Crossing Repair Approved Despite "Extremely High" Cost

The City of Howell has approved a contract to repair a railroad crossing at more than double the original cost estimate. Read Full Article
 
Enrollment Projections Are Up For Brighton Area Schools

Enrollment Projections Are Up For Brighton Area Schools

The Brighton Board of Education was told Monday night that the school year got off to a good start for both students and staff. Read Full Article
 
Livingston County Awarded Federal Funds To Support Emergency Programs

Livingston County Awarded Federal Funds To Support Emergency Programs

Local emergency food and shelter programs will receive a financial boost from recently awarded federal funds. Read Full Article
 
Local Man Charged In Samurai Sword Attack Rejects Plea Deal

Local Man Charged In Samurai Sword Attack Rejects Plea Deal

A Howell man facing felony assault charges connected to an incident in which he reportedly attacked another man with a sword has rejected a plea offer. Read Full Article
 
Monday, September 12
Feds Sue Genoa Township Lighthouse Enthusiast

Feds Sue Genoa Township Lighthouse Enthusiast

The legal battle between the U.S. Coast Guard and antique hunter Steven Gronow of Genoa Township could restore a valuable piece of Detroit history to Belle Isle. Read Full Article
 
Forum In Fowlerville Will Educate Community About Opiate Abuse

Forum In Fowlerville Will Educate Community About Opiate Abuse

The community can learn more about opiate abuse in Livingston County and combating it at an event in Fowlerville this week. Read Full Article
 
Howell Man Admits To Multiple Thefts From Vehicles

Howell Man Admits To Multiple Thefts From Vehicles

A local man charged in connection with a series of thefts from vehicles in the Howell and Brighton areas has entered a plea. Read Full Article
 
Kids Of Veterans Benefit During “Operation Backpack”

Kids Of Veterans Benefit During “Operation Backpack”

A recent event helped ensure children of local Veterans had the needed supplies to successfully start another school year. Read Full Article
 
Annual Ceremony Marks 15th Anniversary of 9/11 Attacks

Annual Ceremony Marks 15th Anniversary of 9/11 Attacks

Firefighters from all over Livingston County turned out in Brighton Sunday night to remember those who lost their lives in the tragic events of 9/11/2001. Read Full Article
 
Fenton Fire Department Unveils New 9/11 Memorial

Fenton Fire Department Unveils New 9/11 Memorial

A memorial was dedicated Sunday in Fenton to honor those who died in the terror attacks on 9/11. Read Full Article
 
Lee Road Bridge Over US-23 Closed For Construction

Lee Road Bridge Over US-23 Closed For Construction

Lee Road is closed over US-23 for at least the next 18 days for bridge work.
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Local Man Sentenced For Incident At Fowlerville Wal-Mart

Local Man Sentenced For Incident At Fowlerville Wal-Mart

Sentencing has been handed down to a Fowlerville man who allegedly asked a young girl to undress at a local Wal-Mart. Read Full Article
 
Whitmore Lake Riverwalk To Connect Athletic Complex To Downtown

Whitmore Lake Riverwalk To Connect Athletic Complex To Downtown

The new path will make the complex more easily accessible to residents and especially the younger population. Read Full Article
 
Sunday, September 11
Meeting Will Discuss Proposed Brighton Twp. Apartment & Senior Housing

Meeting Will Discuss Proposed Brighton Twp. Apartment & Senior Housing

The developer reportedly wants to build a 393-unit apartment complex as well as a three-story senior citizen housing facility. Read Full Article
 
Local Trump Supporters Open Office in Livingston County

Local Trump Supporters Open Office in Livingston County

An open house event in Brighton Saturday encouraged local residents to get involved in presidential election campaign efforts for Donald Trump.
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Pavement Maintenance Monday and Tuesday in Brighton

Pavement Maintenance Monday and Tuesday in Brighton

Pavement maintenance is planned throughout the City of Brighton next week.

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Saturday, September 10
CO Poisoning Blamed For Crash With School Bus

CO Poisoning Blamed For Crash With School Bus

Four students from Howell were involved in a car and school bus collision Friday morning as a result of a carbon monoxide leak. Read Full Article
 
Howell Man Accused Of Embezzling From Harley Dealership In Parts Scheme

Howell Man Accused Of Embezzling From Harley Dealership In Parts Scheme

A Howell man is facing embezzlement charges for allegedly selling parts on the side while working at a Harley dealership.

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Howell School Board Candidate Can't Serve If Elected

Howell School Board Candidate Can't Serve If Elected

A candidate for a local school board has confirmed that she cannot serve if she is elected in November. Read Full Article
 
Brighton Fire Authority To Host 9/11 Memorial Ceremony

Brighton Fire Authority To Host 9/11 Memorial Ceremony

A ceremony in Brighton will commemorate the tragic events of September 11th, 2001. Read Full Article
 
Accessible Voting Event Will Navigate Voter Registration, Options And Process

Accessible Voting Event Will Navigate Voter Registration, Options And Process

As November creeps closer, a local group is working to educate the community about voting options and remind them that all votes count. Read Full Article