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Thursday, July 30
Lawsuit By Former DPW Director Against City, Manager & Council Settled Out Of Court

Lawsuit By Former DPW Director Against City, Manager & Council Settled Out Of Court

A former City of Brighton employee has settled his federal lawsuit against the city, city council and City Manager Dana Foster. Read Full Article
 
Tyrone Township Renews Contract For Dedicated Sheriff's Patrols

Tyrone Township Renews Contract For Dedicated Sheriff's Patrols

The current contract for 8 hours a day, 7 days a week, will expire on August 5th, and the extension approved by the committee will extend it through mid-2019. Read Full Article
 
Top Homemaker Award Handed Out In Fowlerville

Top Homemaker Award Handed Out In Fowlerville

Judy Gasco of Otsego County was named Michigan State Homemaker of the Year. Read Full Article
 
Registration Open For 12th Annual Run Against Drugs 5k

Registration Open For 12th Annual Run Against Drugs 5k

The event raises funds for local programs to help fight substance abuse. Read Full Article
 
Brighton Man Convicted Of Child Abuse Maintains Parental Rights

Brighton Man Convicted Of Child Abuse Maintains Parental Rights

A local man convicted of child abuse in a case that involved his daughter will be allowed to maintain his parental rights. Read Full Article
 
Investigation Complete Into Incident That Injured Green Oak Fire Chief

Investigation Complete Into Incident That Injured Green Oak Fire Chief

The Livingston County Sheriff’s Department has completed its investigation into an incident in which a local fire chief was hit by a passing vehicle. Read Full Article
 
Sold Out Literary Tour Crawls Through Downtown Howell

Sold Out Literary Tour Crawls Through Downtown Howell

Discussions about books and art mixed with the drinks last night during the 2015 Arts, Books, & Brews Pub Crawl in Downtown Howell. Read Full Article
 
Private School Will Open This Fall, Still Looking For Brighton-Area Location

Private School Will Open This Fall, Still Looking For Brighton-Area Location

A private Christian school is still hoping to relocate to Brighton this fall but officials say Pinckney is a great community so if they end up staying, that’s fine too. Read Full Article
 
Pinckney Woman Takes Plea Deal After Accosting Son With Breasts

Pinckney Woman Takes Plea Deal After Accosting Son With Breasts

The woman has also entered a no contest plea in juvenile court to charges of environmental neglect. Read Full Article
 
"Miracle Treat Day" to Benefit Local Children's Hospitals

"Miracle Treat Day" to Benefit Local Children's Hospitals

Fundraising events are planned throughout Livingston County today to help provide hope and healing to sick children in local communities. Read Full Article
 
Wednesday, July 29
Repair Work To Howell Parking Lots In Discussion

Repair Work To Howell Parking Lots In Discussion

Preliminary talks have begun towards the repairs of three parking lots in Howell Read Full Article
 
Huron Valley Schools Name New Deputy Superintendent

Huron Valley Schools Name New Deputy Superintendent

Huron Valley Schools has a new deputy superintendent. Read Full Article
 
Fowlerville Man Charged With Solicitation Rejects Plea Deal

Fowlerville Man Charged With Solicitation Rejects Plea Deal

Mark Ostrowski's jury pick and trial is now scheduled for September. Read Full Article
 
Judge to Issue Parental Rights Decision Today for Brighton Man

Judge to Issue Parental Rights Decision Today for Brighton Man

A Brighton man fighting his second-degree child abuse conviction will be back before a local judge today for a parental rights termination hearing.
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Florida Man Accused Of Trying To Strangle Woman Facing New Felony Charge

Florida Man Accused Of Trying To Strangle Woman Facing New Felony Charge

A Florida man accused of choking a Holly woman on New Year’s Day is facing new charges for alleging interfering with the victim’s ability to testify. Read Full Article
 
Howell City Council Again Calling For Changes To State Fireworks Law

Howell City Council Again Calling For Changes To State Fireworks Law

The Howell City Council is again hoping to persuade local legislators to explore changes to Michigan’s controversial fireworks law. Read Full Article
 
Howell Art Project Returns August 12th

Howell Art Project Returns August 12th

The Howell Art Project returns after a three year hiatus on August 12th. Read Full Article
 
Brighton Recognized For 50 Years Of Community Water Fluoridation

Brighton Recognized For 50 Years Of Community Water Fluoridation

A local community has gained federal recognition for its continued commitment to water fluoridation.

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Tuesday, July 28
Motorcyclist Injured on Eastbound I-96

Motorcyclist Injured on Eastbound I-96

Michigan State Police are investigating a motorcycle crash on eastbound I-96 near Pleasant Valley Road. Read Full Article
 
Some Hartland Township Trustees Want More Control Over Manager

Some Hartland Township Trustees Want More Control Over Manager

The Hartland Township Board agrees that its manager is an asset, but they want more control. Read Full Article
 
City of Fenton's Dispatch Center to Undergo Upgrades

City of Fenton's Dispatch Center to Undergo Upgrades

Funding has been authorized for a technologically advanced upgrade to the City of Fenton’s Dispatch Center. Read Full Article
 
Brighton Unanimously Approves Placing LESA Millage Request On November Ballot

Brighton Unanimously Approves Placing LESA Millage Request On November Ballot

The final of Livingston County’s five public school districts has given approval to placing a special education millage proposal on the ballot in November. Read Full Article
 
Officials Looking To Upgrade Livingston EMS & 911 Response System

Officials Looking To Upgrade Livingston EMS & 911 Response System

Two new capital improvement projects for Livingston County 911 and EMS will improve communications with emergency responders and the public next year. Read Full Article
 
Hartland Township Residents Oppose Proposed Gas Station

Hartland Township Residents Oppose Proposed Gas Station

A new gas station in Hartland Township is meeting opposition before the site plan gets through the township planning process. Read Full Article
 
Council Looking To Update Howell City Manager Evaluation Process

Council Looking To Update Howell City Manager Evaluation Process

Changes to professionalize the Howell city manager evaluation process will likely be implemented next year. Read Full Article
 
Handy Township Man Pleads Guilty in Child Pornography Case

Handy Township Man Pleads Guilty in Child Pornography Case

A Handy Township man caught with child pornography at a motel has pleaded guilty to newly added charges. Read Full Article
 
Monday, July 27
Community Steps Up to Help Brighton Veteran Replace Stolen Scooter

Community Steps Up to Help Brighton Veteran Replace Stolen Scooter

There's been an outpouring of support for a Brighton Veteran after the community learned the scooter he relies on for mobility was stolen. Read Full Article
 
Child Pornography Sentencing Delayed For Green Oak Township Man

Child Pornography Sentencing Delayed For Green Oak Township Man

The sentencing for a Green Oak Township man who entered a plea to possessing child pornography has been delayed. Read Full Article
 
Tyrone Adjusts Noise Level Ordinance

Tyrone Adjusts Noise Level Ordinance

Tyrone Township has adopted a new noise ordinance amendment that reduces the need for testing equipment. Read Full Article
 
Local Residents Among New State Police Trooper Graduates

Local Residents Among New State Police Trooper Graduates

Among the 62 men and women who recently graduated from the 128th Michigan State Police Trooper Recruit School, three are local residents.
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Perjury Charge Filed Against Witness In Deputy's Death

Perjury Charge Filed Against Witness In Deputy's Death

A Stockbridge man is facing perjury charges following his testimony during the recent trial in the death of an Ingham County sheriff’s deputy. Read Full Article
 
Wildlife Officials Use High-Tech Methods To Track Ospreys

Wildlife Officials Use High-Tech Methods To Track Ospreys

Technology will track osprey chicks hatched in nests on platforms at Kensington Metropark in Milford and Sterling State Park in Monroe. Read Full Article
 
Howell Varsity Baseball Alumni Set To Round The Bases

Howell Varsity Baseball Alumni Set To Round The Bases

A baseball game scheduled this weekend will bring some former Howell players back into town. Read Full Article
 
Fenton Planning Commission Gives Medical Marijuana Grow Facility Thumbs-Up

Fenton Planning Commission Gives Medical Marijuana Grow Facility Thumbs-Up

The Fenton Greenhouse got final site plan and special land use permit approval last week. Read Full Article
 
Sunday, July 26
Preparations On Track For 55th Annual Melonfest

Preparations On Track For 55th Annual Melonfest

The 55th annual Howell Melonfest is taking place next month. Read Full Article
 
Ellen Street To Close For Fenton Streetscape Work

Ellen Street To Close For Fenton Streetscape Work

Sewer main and sidewalk work should close the street during construction hours this week. Read Full Article
 
Upcoming Expo Will Discuss Emergency Planning, Sell Supplies

Upcoming Expo Will Discuss Emergency Planning, Sell Supplies

The Howell Masonic Lodge is planning to hold its first Emergency Preparedness Expo on September 11th and 12th. Read Full Article
 
Saturday, July 25
Rollover Crash Snarls Traffic On US-23 Friday Afternoon

Rollover Crash Snarls Traffic On US-23 Friday Afternoon

It happened around 3:10 p.m. Friday in Tyrone Township on northbound US-23 between Center Road and White Lake Road. Read Full Article
 
Local Teen Raising Funds for Project to Develop Bionic Kidney

Local Teen Raising Funds for Project to Develop Bionic Kidney

A local teen is hoping to further a cause close to her family by raising funds for a project to develop a bionic kidney. Read Full Article
 
Teen Parenting Course To Be Offered By LACASA

Teen Parenting Course To Be Offered By LACASA

Creating Lasting Family Connections is a seven-week program that will begin in August. Read Full Article
 
Friday, July 24
Brighton Man Hobbled After Mobility Scooter Stolen

Brighton Man Hobbled After Mobility Scooter Stolen

A Brighton man is without the ability to get around outdoors after his mobility scooter was stolen from in front of his home. Read Full Article
 
Trial Set Next Month For Woman Suing Over Sheriff K-9 Bite

Trial Set Next Month For Woman Suing Over Sheriff K-9 Bite

Trial is set next month in the lawsuit against a Livingston County sheriff's deputy from a woman bitten by a police dog. Read Full Article
 
Jobless Rate Steady In Livingston County

Jobless Rate Steady In Livingston County

June jobless rates were said to be stable in local labor markets, including Livingston County.
Read Full Article
 
Brighton Council OKs New Surveillance Cameras

Brighton Council OKs New Surveillance Cameras

The Brighton City Council has approved new surveillance cameras for the Imagination Playground and city pavilion areas next to city hall and the Mill Pond. Read Full Article
 
Out Of The Red: Brighton Schools Shows $1.7 Million Fund Balance

Out Of The Red: Brighton Schools Shows $1.7 Million Fund Balance

Brighton Area Schools is poised to be eliminated from the state's list of deficit districts, reporting a $1.7 million fund balance at the end of the fiscal year ended June 30. Read Full Article
 
Prison Ordered For Brighton Township Man In Teen Sex Encounter

Prison Ordered For Brighton Township Man In Teen Sex Encounter

A Brighton Township man convicted of having sex with a 14-year-old girl has been sentenced. Read Full Article
 
Five Bids to Demolish Old Fenton Seminary Building Being Reviewed

Five Bids to Demolish Old Fenton Seminary Building Being Reviewed

The bids are in to demolish Fenton’s historic seminary building. Read Full Article
 
Distracted Driver Course Receives Funds

Distracted Driver Course Receives Funds

A donation from State Farm will help expand the Livingston County Sheriff Department’s Distracted Driver Course. Read Full Article
 
Twelve Mile Road at CSX Railroad Crossing to Close Monday for Repairs

Twelve Mile Road at CSX Railroad Crossing to Close Monday for Repairs

Repairs at a railroad crossing in Green Oak Township and an associated road closure are scheduled next week. Read Full Article
 
Thursday, July 23
Trial Date Set For Alleged Genoa Township Home Invaders

Trial Date Set For Alleged Genoa Township Home Invaders

The five men, now co-defendants, are scheduled for trial in September. Read Full Article
 
Plans For Veteran-Focused Condos In Brighton Township Given Green Light

Plans For Veteran-Focused Condos In Brighton Township Given Green Light

Brighton Township Board approved plans for a condo development for veterans and the physically challenged Monday night. Read Full Article
 
Bus Event Scheduled For "Fill Backpacks for Kids" Campaign

Bus Event Scheduled For "Fill Backpacks for Kids" Campaign

A Stuff the Bus Event to benefit LESA's school supply drive will be held Friday August 14th in Howell. Read Full Article
 
Fenton Planning Commission To Review Marijuana Grow Facility

Fenton Planning Commission To Review Marijuana Grow Facility

The Fenton City Planning Commission will consider whether to give its blessing to a medical marijuana growing facility. Read Full Article
 
Local Officials Warn Of Widespread Bank Phone Scam

Local Officials Warn Of Widespread Bank Phone Scam

A phone phishing scam is making the rounds across the area and local law enforcement and bank officials are warning the public. Read Full Article
 
Howell Parks And Recreation Authority Takes Over Melonfest

Howell Parks And Recreation Authority Takes Over Melonfest

The Howell Area Parks and Recreation Authority assumes full control of the Howell Melonfest after a two year transitioning period with the city and DDA. Read Full Article
 
Companies Blamed For 4-Day Milford Fire Reach Settlement With Township

Companies Blamed For 4-Day Milford Fire Reach Settlement With Township

The companies will pay for the water and assisting fire response, while the township will cover its own department costs. Read Full Article
 
Gleaners 11th Annual Iron Chef Competition to Help Feed the Hungry

Gleaners 11th Annual Iron Chef Competition to Help Feed the Hungry

An upcoming fundraising competition to feed the hungry will determine whose cuisine and cocktail reigns supreme. Read Full Article
 
Eligibility Mixup Forces Meeting Cancellation

Eligibility Mixup Forces Meeting Cancellation

Brighton's Board of Review meeting had to be cancelled after it was discovered a newly appointed alternate can’t fill the seat. Read Full Article
 
CAP Council Announces 2015 Champion For Children Award Winners

CAP Council Announces 2015 Champion For Children Award Winners

LACASA’s Twilight in the Garden event honored three individuals with the 2015 Champion for Children Award. Read Full Article
 
Wednesday, July 22
Prison Sentence Handed Down In Death Of Ingham County Deputy

Prison Sentence Handed Down In Death Of Ingham County Deputy

A lengthy prison term was handed down for a Stockbridge man convicted in the death of an Ingham County Sheriff's deputy. Read Full Article
 
Tyrone Township Considering Land Purchase For Municipal Use

Tyrone Township Considering Land Purchase For Municipal Use

With nearby land going up for sale, the township has been asked by the seller whether it wants to acquire part of the parcel. Read Full Article
 
Howell Boy Named Meijer State Games Champion in FITA Archery

Howell Boy Named Meijer State Games Champion in FITA Archery

An 8-year-old Howell boy is being recognized for his achievements in archery during the Meier State Games. Read Full Article
 
Local Scout Collecting Cans To Help Mentor

Local Scout Collecting Cans To Help Mentor

A local Scout is collecting cans to help his scoutmaster who is recovering from cancer surgery. Read Full Article
 
Police Say Lyon Township Man Stole From Grandma To Buy Heroin

Police Say Lyon Township Man Stole From Grandma To Buy Heroin

William Smith is facing breaking and entering and drug possession charges for the alleged robbery. Read Full Article
 
Groundbreaking Ceremony Held For Livingston Providence Medical Center

Groundbreaking Ceremony Held For Livingston Providence Medical Center

A groundbreaking ceremony in Howell set production in motion for the Livingston Providence Medical Center. Read Full Article
 
Private Christian School Considering Options For Fall Location

Private Christian School Considering Options For Fall Location

Livingston Christian Schools are holding a meeting on July 27th to discuss options on where they can hold classes during the upcoming school year. Read Full Article
 
County Settles Suit Tied To Fatal Crash Involving Ambulance

County Settles Suit Tied To Fatal Crash Involving Ambulance

Officials are not disclosing details of the settlement between the county and the estate of Karl Gerardi. Read Full Article
 
Fenton Schools Name Interim Superintendent

Fenton Schools Name Interim Superintendent

Doug Busch was named interim superintendent for the Fenton School District for the upcoming school year. Read Full Article
 
Mini Comic Convention Coming to Livingston County Libraries

Mini Comic Convention Coming to Livingston County Libraries

Anyone interested in superheroes, comics, collecting or drawing should feel right at home during Livingston County’s first mini-comic convention. Read Full Article
 
Wilcox Appointment To Be Made Official At Special Meeting

Wilcox Appointment To Be Made Official At Special Meeting

A special meeting of the Howell Public Schools Board of Education is being held this morning to make official the appointment of a new board member. Read Full Article
 
Tuesday, July 21
Brighton School Board Declines Hiring Of Superintendent's Wife

Brighton School Board Declines Hiring Of Superintendent's Wife

The board is again looking for a director of accounting after questions were raised Monday about administration's choice. Read Full Article
 
Adelaide Street to Close at Mill Street in Fenton Wednesday Morning

Adelaide Street to Close at Mill Street in Fenton Wednesday Morning

Motorists are being advised of street closures and detours related to sewer repair work that starts at 6am Wednesday. Read Full Article
 
Hartland Schools Board Secretary Announces Resignation

Hartland Schools Board Secretary Announces Resignation

Michelle Hutchinson announced her resignation from the Hartland Consolidated Schools’ Board of Education effective August 31st. Read Full Article
 
Plea Entered In Fiery Fatal Crash That Killed Milford Township Woman

Plea Entered In Fiery Fatal Crash That Killed Milford Township Woman

A plea has been entered by the man charged in connection with a fiery crash that killed a Milford Township woman. Read Full Article
 
Sandila Estates Gets Green Light From Brighton Township Board

Sandila Estates Gets Green Light From Brighton Township Board

The Brighton Township Board approved plans for site condos on Hyne Road Monday Night. Read Full Article
 
Brighton School Board OKs Contract Changes with Teachers

Brighton School Board OKs Contract Changes with Teachers

The board approved agreements on contract reopeners with teachers and most administrators, such as principals and department directors. Read Full Article
 
South Lyon Man Injured In Fatal Crash In Southern Ohio

South Lyon Man Injured In Fatal Crash In Southern Ohio

The head-on collision sent Billy Joe Buchanan and two others to the hospital, and left one man dead. Read Full Article
 
Proposal Rejected To Move Livingston Christian School To Brighton Church

Proposal Rejected To Move Livingston Christian School To Brighton Church

A local church that has been petitioning to house a private Christian school lost the battle in a failed motion vote last night. Read Full Article
 
Marcus Wilcox Named To HPS Board of Education

Marcus Wilcox Named To HPS Board of Education

The lawyer will finish the term of Mike Moloney, who resigned from the board last month. Read Full Article
 
Brighton Community Offers Input On Coast-to-Coast Rail Proposal

Brighton Community Offers Input On Coast-to-Coast Rail Proposal

Around 30 community members and officials offered their thoughts on a proposed passenger rail service connecting Detroit, Lansing and Grand Rapids. Read Full Article
 
Teen Confesses To Vandalism After Surveillance Photos Appear Online

Teen Confesses To Vandalism After Surveillance Photos Appear Online

The South Lyon boy was caught on camera with another suspect smashing flood lights in McHattie Park. Read Full Article
 
Monday, July 20
Brighton Teen Reports Sexual Assault After Oakland County Beach Party

Brighton Teen Reports Sexual Assault After Oakland County Beach Party

After partying on a Commerce Township beach last week, a Brighton teen says she was sexually assaulted. Read Full Article
 
Efforts Increase To Overturn Michigan's Fireworks Law

Efforts Increase To Overturn Michigan's Fireworks Law

Concerns over the safety regarding fireworks are prompting some local residents to call for the repeal of the state’s current fireworks law. Read Full Article
 
Fireplace Pizza Oven Causes Small Fire in Marion Township

Fireplace Pizza Oven Causes Small Fire in Marion Township

Crews were called out to a Marion Township home this morning after a family reported hearing a crackling sound and noticed smoke. Read Full Article
 
Schools Would Need Up-To-Date Social Media Policies Under New Bill

Schools Would Need Up-To-Date Social Media Policies Under New Bill

Hank Vaupel backed House Bill 4787, which would require districts to have policies regulating social media interactions. Read Full Article
 
Recent Report Indicates Upward Trends In Handy Township

Recent Report Indicates Upward Trends In Handy Township

The annual economic development report from the Livingston Business Development Associates was delivered to the Handy Township Board of Trustees. Read Full Article
 
Email Release Prompts Questions About Recall Group's Motivation

Email Release Prompts Questions About Recall Group's Motivation

An email released by the Howell Recall Committee is raising questions about the motivations of the group and its organizers. Read Full Article
 
Hearing Delayed For Man Charged In Fatal Tyrone Township Incident

Hearing Delayed For Man Charged In Fatal Tyrone Township Incident

A motion will be heard to introduce new evidence in the trial of a Fenton man charged in connection with a fatal incident last year in Tyrone Township.
Read Full Article
 
Brighton Township To Consider Plans For Veteran-Focused Development

Brighton Township To Consider Plans For Veteran-Focused Development

Plans are back on track for a condo complex designed for veterans and those with ambulatory difficulties near Fonda Lake. Read Full Article
 
Public Safety Complex Hosts Health And Safety Fair Fundraiser

Public Safety Complex Hosts Health And Safety Fair Fundraiser

Several local organizations are coming together to support research in the medical field. Read Full Article
 
Sunday, July 19
Pinckney High To Host Annual Senior Power Day Next Month

Pinckney High To Host Annual Senior Power Day Next Month

The event will feature food, vendors, and a Detroit Tigers historian as part of the entertainment. Read Full Article
 
Barbecue Blues Festival Returning To Downtown Brighton

Barbecue Blues Festival Returning To Downtown Brighton

The food, music, and entertainment event will return in September. Read Full Article
 
Saturday, July 18
Brighton Rotary: Top of the Mountain Dash or Crash Event to Return

Brighton Rotary: Top of the Mountain Dash or Crash Event to Return

Brighton Rotary Club reports Top of the Mountain Dash or Crash fundraiser exceeds expectations. Read Full Article
 
Weekend Weather Brings High Heat & Humidity, Prompts Advisories

Weekend Weather Brings High Heat & Humidity, Prompts Advisories

The National Weather Service has issued a heat advisory for Livingston County from noon until midnight Saturday, as the heat index is expected to climb into the 100 to 105 degree range. Read Full Article
 
Howell Schools To Ask State To Back Technology Bonds

Howell Schools To Ask State To Back Technology Bonds

The district approved a motion on Monday asking Michigan to put its AA- credit rating behind the proposed bonds. Read Full Article
 
Former Car Dealership Employee Sentenced in Embezzlement Case

Former Car Dealership Employee Sentenced in Embezzlement Case

A former employee charged with embezzling from Fowlerville Ford has been sentenced. Read Full Article
 
Old Fuel Storage Building & Structures at Page Field Being Demolished

Old Fuel Storage Building & Structures at Page Field Being Demolished

The Howell City Council approved a proposal related to the demolition of an old fuel storage building at Page Field, behind the Barnard Community Center. Read Full Article
 
American Red Cross Seeks Summer Blood Donors

American Red Cross Seeks Summer Blood Donors

Volunteer blood donors of all types are being sought during the challenging summer collection months. Read Full Article
 
Friday, July 17
Howell-Area Motorcyclist Killed In Head-On Crash

Howell-Area Motorcyclist Killed In Head-On Crash

The 28-year-old man had recently moved to the Howell area from Ionia County. Read Full Article
 
Overnight Closures on Southbound US-23 at I-96 Next Week

Overnight Closures on Southbound US-23 at I-96 Next Week

M-DOT has scheduled overnight closures on southbound US-23 and at several ramps next Tuesday and Wednesday. Read Full Article
 
Pinckney-Area Residents Discuss Ways To Stop Proposed Pipeline

Pinckney-Area Residents Discuss Ways To Stop Proposed Pipeline

The ET Rover pipeline and what can be done to stop it was the focus of a special meeting at Pathfinder School in Pinckney last night. Read Full Article
 
Suspects In Genoa Township Home Invasion Now Bound Over For Trial

Suspects In Genoa Township Home Invasion Now Bound Over For Trial

The four remaining suspects in the home invasion and armed robbery have been arraigned in Livingston County Circuit Court. Read Full Article
 
Former Police Officer Wants Stepped Up Coverage in Genoa Township

Former Police Officer Wants Stepped Up Coverage in Genoa Township

A retired police officer is hoping the Genoa Township board will look into the prospect of funding stepped up patrols and protection. Read Full Article
 
Northridge Condo Problems Persist

Northridge Condo Problems Persist

Alleged non-compliance with its site plan by the Northridge Condo development was an issue again before the Brighton CIty Council Thursday night. Read Full Article
 
Brighton City Council Delays Enforcing New Parking Rules

Brighton City Council Delays Enforcing New Parking Rules

The city of Brighton has decided to delay implementing new parking rules and their enforcement until the public better understands the pending new enforcement rules. Read Full Article
 
Anti-Drug Run Seeks Volunteers and Runners To Sign Up

Anti-Drug Run Seeks Volunteers and Runners To Sign Up

The Run Against Drugs is the biggest fundraiser of the year for the Livingston County Community Alliance. Read Full Article
 
Howell Man Accused Of Assault With A Sword Bound Over For Trial

Howell Man Accused Of Assault With A Sword Bound Over For Trial

Michael Sefton could face life in prison if convicted of attacking another man with the sword. Read Full Article