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Tuesday, July 26
Charges Sought Against Man For Shooting Wife's Car During Domestic Dispute

Charges Sought Against Man For Shooting Wife's Car During Domestic Dispute

The charges being sought through the Livingston County Prosecutor’s Office include domestic violence and reckless discharge of a firearm Read Full Article
 
County Contributes Funds To Connect Putnam Fire Dept. To Fiber Network

County Contributes Funds To Connect Putnam Fire Dept. To Fiber Network

A project to include all public safety headquarters in one fiber optic network is nearing its goal.
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Suspicious Fire Under Investigation In Marion Township

Suspicious Fire Under Investigation In Marion Township

The fire was reported around 10:30pm Thursday after a woman had apparently kicked out her 55-year-old boyfriend earlier in the day. Read Full Article
 
Utility Rate Increase, Building & Planning Fee Updates Approved In City Of Howell

Utility Rate Increase, Building & Planning Fee Updates Approved In City Of Howell

The Howell City Council approved water and sewer rate adjustments as well as other fee updates during Monday night’s meeting.
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Island Lake Road Closed Wednesday between Dancer & Dexter Townhall Roads

Island Lake Road Closed Wednesday between Dancer & Dexter Townhall Roads

Some travel delays are possible with a daytime road closure being implemented tomorrow in Dexter Township.
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Monday, July 25
MSP Brighton Post Cares For Dog After Owner Involved In Rollover Crash

MSP Brighton Post Cares For Dog After Owner Involved In Rollover Crash

A dog found a temporary home at the Michigan State Police Brighton Post after her owner was involved in a rollover crash this morning. Read Full Article
 
Hamburg Township Among Safest In Michigan

Hamburg Township Among Safest In Michigan

Hamburg Township is among the shining examples of Michigan communities working alongside local law enforcement to keep people and property safe.
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"Friend Raiser" Seeks To Raise Funds & Awareness For Local Nonprofit

"Friend Raiser" Seeks To Raise Funds & Awareness For Local Nonprofit

A fun-filled evening of food, entertainment and great auction items will benefit a local nonprofit that provides invaluable help to hundreds of area families. Read Full Article
 
Green Oak Planning Hashes Over Development Plans

Green Oak Planning Hashes Over Development Plans

Upgrading roads is the first priority before a local township puts plans in motion for a new development. Read Full Article
 
Ribbon Cutting August 4th For New Playscape At Oceola Township Hall

Ribbon Cutting August 4th For New Playscape At Oceola Township Hall

A ribbon cutting in August will celebrate the opening of a new playscape in Oceola Township.
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Would-Be Democratic Challenger Raises More Than $100,000 In First Week

Would-Be Democratic Challenger Raises More Than $100,000 In First Week

But Democrat Suzanna Shkreli is still well behind Republican incumbent Congressman Mike Bishop. Read Full Article
 
Putnam Township Asking For Fire Millage Renewal And Increase

Putnam Township Asking For Fire Millage Renewal And Increase

The millage request of 1.6787 will be put to vote at the August 2nd primary. Read Full Article
 
Howell's Parker Middle School Has New Principal

Howell's Parker Middle School Has New Principal

New principal plans to ease into the new position after a local school board approved the hiring. Read Full Article
 
Police Identify Man Struck By Trains In Argentine Twp.

Police Identify Man Struck By Trains In Argentine Twp.

A man from Louisiana was identified after being struck by a train in Argentine Township late last month. Read Full Article
 
Hearing Set To Re-Zone Fowlerville's Silver Springs Development

Hearing Set To Re-Zone Fowlerville's Silver Springs Development

The public hearing will be held August 4th for residents living within 300 feet of Silver Springs. Read Full Article
 
Sunday, July 24
Kindness Comes Full Circle With Upcoming Fundraiser To Benefit DART

Kindness Comes Full Circle With Upcoming Fundraiser To Benefit DART

A fundraiser in Brighton will collect donations for DART - Livingston County’s Disaster Assistance Response Team. Read Full Article
 
Brighton District Library Selects New Director

Brighton District Library Selects New Director

Cindy Mack, who has an extensive background as a library administrator, has been hired as the Brighton District Library’s new Director. Read Full Article
 
Brighton Adds Temporary Restrooms to Downtown Area

Brighton Adds Temporary Restrooms to Downtown Area

The city of Brighton has installed temporary restrooms near the Imagination Station playground and city hall for the summer months. Read Full Article
 
Saturday, July 23
Local Residents Not In Favor Of Proposed Apartments At Hamburg Elementary

Local Residents Not In Favor Of Proposed Apartments At Hamburg Elementary

The preliminary site plan to convert the vacant Hamburg Elementary School into an apartment complex received a thumbs up from Planning Commissioners, but a thumbs down from residents. Read Full Article
 
Water And Sewer Rate Increase Approved For Handy Twp., Fowlerville

Water And Sewer Rate Increase Approved For Handy Twp., Fowlerville

Water and sewer rates are increasing in the Village of Fowlerville, but one system user will be exempt. Read Full Article
 
Brighton Council OKs 2% Wage Hike for Patrol Officers

Brighton Council OKs 2% Wage Hike for Patrol Officers

A 2 per cent pay increase and other perks are coming to the Brighton Police Department's patrol officers' unit after being approved by City Council at Thursday night's meeting. Read Full Article
 
Mobile Secretary Of State Office Coming To South Lyon

Mobile Secretary Of State Office Coming To South Lyon

Register to vote or take care of your vehicle needs next Tuesday, July 26th. Read Full Article
 
Detroit Brothers Get Prison For Role In Genoa Twp. Home Invasion

Detroit Brothers Get Prison For Role In Genoa Twp. Home Invasion

Tyler and Terence Ayers are the last of the five men charged in the June 2015 armed robbery to be sentenced. Read Full Article
 
Friday, July 22
Livingston County Resident First Human Case Of West Nile Virus For 2016

Livingston County Resident First Human Case Of West Nile Virus For 2016

A Livingston County resident is recovering after being confirmed the first case of West Nile Virus in the state. Read Full Article
 
Emagine Theater Could Be Coming To Hartland Towne Square

Emagine Theater Could Be Coming To Hartland Towne Square

A movie theater could be coming to Hartland Township. Read Full Article
 
More Lane & Ramp Closures Next Week At I-96/US-23

More Lane & Ramp Closures Next Week At I-96/US-23

Lane and ramp closures will take place next week for bridge demolition at the I-96/US-23 interchange. Read Full Article
 
More Than $500 In Gift Cards Donated To Local Law Enforcement

More Than $500 In Gift Cards Donated To Local Law Enforcement

A gift card drive for local police officers exceeded expectations according to organizers.
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Survey Says Local Residents Appreciate Recreation, Want More Parks And Trails

Survey Says Local Residents Appreciate Recreation, Want More Parks And Trails

A regional study has found that local residents appreciate - and want more - parks and trails. Read Full Article
 
Christian School Appeals Ruling That Dismissed Federal Case Against Genoa Twp.

Christian School Appeals Ruling That Dismissed Federal Case Against Genoa Twp.

The notice of appeal by the school was filed Thursday in the U.S. Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals in Cincinnati. Read Full Article
 
Howell Public Schools Releases Results Of Bathroom Policy Survey

Howell Public Schools Releases Results Of Bathroom Policy Survey

The results of a recent survey in the Howell Public Schools have been released about transgender use of restrooms. Read Full Article
 
Former Congressman Seeks Return To Washington D.C.

Former Congressman Seeks Return To Washington D.C.

Kerry Bentivolio, who once served as a teacher at Fowlerville High School, wants to run as an independent for the 11th Congressional District. Read Full Article
 
Sheriff's Department Makes Four Arrests For Vehicle Larcenies

Sheriff's Department Makes Four Arrests For Vehicle Larcenies

A group of young adults are facing criminal charges for vehicle larcenies from multiple locations in the Howell and Brighton areas. Read Full Article
 
Two Men Head To Trial For Alleged Meth Lab Operation

Two Men Head To Trial For Alleged Meth Lab Operation

Two Livingston County men have been bound over for trial on charges connected to allegedly operating a meth lab and delivering the substance. Read Full Article
 
Stolen Chevy Blazer Recovered; Police Still Seek Suspect

Stolen Chevy Blazer Recovered; Police Still Seek Suspect

A stolen vehicle turned up in a parking lot but police say the suspect remains at large. Read Full Article
 
Thursday, July 21
Christian School Appeals Ruling That Dismissed Federal Case Against Genoa Twp.

Christian School Appeals Ruling That Dismissed Federal Case Against Genoa Twp.

A Christian school is appealing a federal judge’s ruling that had a lawsuit filed against Genoa Township thrown out.
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Memorial Celebration Planned For Howell's "Zemp"

Memorial Celebration Planned For Howell's "Zemp"

Duane Zemper, known to many as just “Zemp”, died Sunday after battling a recurring bout of throat cancer. He was 96. Read Full Article
 
Hospital Embraces Pokémon Go As Therapy Tool

Hospital Embraces Pokémon Go As Therapy Tool

Ann Arbor-based C.S. Mott Children's Hospital is using the smartphone app to help kids who normally spend their days in bed increase physical activity. Read Full Article
 
Green Oak Township Renews Contract With People's Express

Green Oak Township Renews Contract With People's Express

Township Supervisor Mark St. Charles said that the $7,000 felt like pennies when you think about the service they provide. Read Full Article
 
Man Heads To Trial On Charges Of Trying To Return Bogus Cans

Man Heads To Trial On Charges Of Trying To Return Bogus Cans

Polcie say the truck was packed with aluminum cans that were from Kentucky. Read Full Article
 
Marijuana Growing Case Dismissed Against Fenton Man

Marijuana Growing Case Dismissed Against Fenton Man

Charges have been dropped against a Fenton man charged in connection with a marijuana growing and distributing operation. Read Full Article
 
Fatal Truck Crash Closes Freeway & Snarls Area Traffic

Fatal Truck Crash Closes Freeway & Snarls Area Traffic

The ensuing cleanup and investigation kept the freeway closed for more than six hours, forcing traffic to use alternate routes like Grand River and M-59. Read Full Article
 
Suspect In School Shooting Plot Pleads Guilty To Possessing Child Porn

Suspect In School Shooting Plot Pleads Guilty To Possessing Child Porn

A plea deal has been made in a case of child pornography by a Linden man who is also facing charges of plotting to shoot up a school. Read Full Article
 
Largest One-Day Volunteer Event Returning To Livingston County

Largest One-Day Volunteer Event Returning To Livingston County

The Livingston County United Way's 15th Annual Day of Caring takes place August 17th. Read Full Article
 
Help Sought Identifying Suspect Who Stole Chevy Blazer In Brighton

Help Sought Identifying Suspect Who Stole Chevy Blazer In Brighton

Local authorities are hoping to catch the person responsible for stealing a car in downtown Brighton over the weekend.

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Hartland 4-H Ranger's Reunion Planned In August As Club Turns 50

Hartland 4-H Ranger's Reunion Planned In August As Club Turns 50

Hartland Ranger's 4-H Club is turning 50 and planning a reunion. Read Full Article
 
Wednesday, July 20
I-96 Re-Opens After Fatal Crash That Killed Owosso Man

I-96 Re-Opens After Fatal Crash That Killed Owosso Man

An Owosso man was killed in a crash that shut down I-96 in Howell for hours this afternoon.
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Fatal Crash Shuts Down I-96 At D-19, Multi-Mile Back-Ups Reported

Fatal Crash Shuts Down I-96 At D-19, Multi-Mile Back-Ups Reported

A fatal afternoon crash is snarling traffic on I-96 and throughout the Howell area.
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Fatal Accident Shuts Down Westbound I-96 In Howell

Fatal Accident Shuts Down Westbound I-96 In Howell

A fatal afternoon crash snarled traffic on I-96 and throughout the Howell area. Read Full Article
 
Work Crews Hit Gas Main In Downtown Howell, Businesses Evacuated

Work Crews Hit Gas Main In Downtown Howell, Businesses Evacuated

A gas leak promoted the evacuation of some businesses in Downtown Howell this morning after construction crews hit a main.

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Alert Issued For Missing "At Risk" Teen In Northfield Township

Alert Issued For Missing "At Risk" Teen In Northfield Township

Public assistance is being sought to help locate a missing "at risk" Northfield Township teen.

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Tyrone Township To Pursue Action Against Three Run-Down Properties

Tyrone Township To Pursue Action Against Three Run-Down Properties

The township has been struggling with the one property on Carmer Road and two on Walnut Shores for years. Read Full Article
 
Hamburg Township Bans Sealants Containing Coal Tar

Hamburg Township Bans Sealants Containing Coal Tar

Sealants made with potentially harmful chemicals will soon be prohibited in Hamburg Township. Read Full Article
 
Bus Service Starts For Flint Workers To Howell Manufacturers

Bus Service Starts For Flint Workers To Howell Manufacturers

Public transportation has been expanded for Flint workers to manufacturers in the Howell area. Read Full Article
 
Hartland Mom Launches Gift Card Drive For Local Police Officers

Hartland Mom Launches Gift Card Drive For Local Police Officers

A Hartland mother is taking action in support of local police officers and hopes the community will join in some simple acts of kindness.
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Volunteers Needed For Health Department Disaster Drill

Volunteers Needed For Health Department Disaster Drill

300 volunteers are being sought to be a part of the Livingston County Department of Public Health’s disaster drill next month. Read Full Article
 
Tuesday, July 19
Sheriff Disputes Racial Profiling Claims Made By Retail Fraud Suspects

Sheriff Disputes Racial Profiling Claims Made By Retail Fraud Suspects

Four individuals from the Lansing area involved in a suspected retail fraud who fled but were apprehended and accused police of racial profiling are facing multiple charges.
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Meeting Next Week Will Update Hartland Gas Plant Contamination

Meeting Next Week Will Update Hartland Gas Plant Contamination

Sulfolane was detected in nearby soil and groundwater when the facility was decommissioned last summer. Read Full Article
 
Brighton Township Pays Share To Cover SELCRA's Budget Shortfall

Brighton Township Pays Share To Cover SELCRA's Budget Shortfall

The Southeastern Livingston County Recreation Authority is collecting the last dues from its participating municipalities before two of them bow out. Read Full Article
 
Pinckney Man Sentenced On Drug Charges In Near Death Overdose

Pinckney Man Sentenced On Drug Charges In Near Death Overdose

A local man who pleaded guilty to felony drug-related charges that stemmed from a woman’s near death overdose has learned his punishment. Read Full Article
 
Safety Stressed After Drowning On Handy Lake In Hartland Township

Safety Stressed After Drowning On Handy Lake In Hartland Township

The importance of having and wearing a life vest in any body of water is being highlighted after a drowning on a Hartland Township lake Monday afternoon.

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Brighton Township Begins Legal Discussions In Tax Refund Lawsuit

Brighton Township Begins Legal Discussions In Tax Refund Lawsuit

Brighton Township officials and legal representation have met to discuss a class-action lawsuit filed by residents seeking a refund for what they say is over taxation. Read Full Article
 
Howell Public Schools Hires New Athletic Director

Howell Public Schools Hires New Athletic Director

The new athletic director in one local district brings experience from Michigan collegiate teams. Read Full Article
 
County Funds Sought To Extend Fiber Optic Network To Putnam Fire Department

County Funds Sought To Extend Fiber Optic Network To Putnam Fire Department

Commissioners had concerns with the request, saying they weren’t questioning the importance of the project but where the money is coming from.
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Student Art Project To Brighten Up Rainy Days In Downtown Howell

Student Art Project To Brighten Up Rainy Days In Downtown Howell

Street art designs to delight and surprise residents and visitors while driving away the rainy day blues are being installed by a group of local students in Downtown Howell. Read Full Article
 
Monday, July 18
Body Recovered After Massive Search Effort On Handy Lake In Hartland

Body Recovered After Massive Search Effort On Handy Lake In Hartland

Divers recovered a body from Handy Lake in Hartland after a large scale search effort. Read Full Article
 
Early Morning Crash Closes Freeway & Sends Two To Hospitals

Early Morning Crash Closes Freeway & Sends Two To Hospitals

The Livingston County Sheriff’s Department was dispatched to a report of a single-vehicle crash in Handy Township, just after the Fowlerville exit. Read Full Article
 
SEMCOG Yearly Development Report Shows Local Growth

SEMCOG Yearly Development Report Shows Local Growth

Since the Great Recession, Livingston County has been making gains in nonresidential development and 2015 was no different. Read Full Article
 
I-96 Lane Closure Set This Week Near Fowlerville

I-96 Lane Closure Set This Week Near Fowlerville

Another lane closure is planned this week on westbound I-96 near Fowlerville. Read Full Article
 
Trial On Child Pornography Charges Delayed For Former Local Teacher

Trial On Child Pornography Charges Delayed For Former Local Teacher

59-year-old Duane Millar is charged with two counts of possession of child pornography in U.S. District Court in Grand Rapids. Read Full Article
 
Combat Photographer Who Became Beloved Howell Icon Passes Away

Combat Photographer Who Became Beloved Howell Icon Passes Away

Duane Zemper died Sunday after a recurring bout with throat cancer. He was 96. Read Full Article
 
Construction Starts Today On Brighton Road Between Chilson & Bauer

Construction Starts Today On Brighton Road Between Chilson & Bauer

Construction on Brighton Road starts today. Read Full Article
 
Pinckney Man Charged With Sexually Assaulting Friend

Pinckney Man Charged With Sexually Assaulting Friend

Charges have been authorized against a local man who authorities say forced his female friend to have sex with him. Read Full Article
 
Local Housing Market Booming, Inventory Lacking

Local Housing Market Booming, Inventory Lacking

Local professionals say there’s a residential real estate rally during this super summer, as home and median sale prices hit a 10 year record high. Read Full Article
 
Sunday, July 17
Funeral Services Set For LaBelle

Funeral Services Set For LaBelle

Funeral services for former Livingston County Board of Commissioners Chairman Jack LaBelle will be held on Thursday. Read Full Article
 
Two More Suspects In Baseball Bat Attack Headed To Trial

Two More Suspects In Baseball Bat Attack Headed To Trial

Jeremy and Angela Hamilton have been bound over to Circuit Court for their involvement in a baseball bat attack of a former employee. Read Full Article
 
Saturday, July 16
Bicyclists Hit the Roads to Raise Funds For Breast Cancer

Bicyclists Hit the Roads to Raise Funds For Breast Cancer

A bicycle ride had nearly 100 people coursing through the Livingston County countryside yesterday to raise funds for breast cancer research. Read Full Article
 
Woman Brightens Police Officer's Day With Random Hug

Woman Brightens Police Officer's Day With Random Hug

A woman brightened the day of a police officer with a heartfelt hug. Read Full Article
 
Fowlerville Cop Commended For Sense Of Humor In Pulling Over Kid On Power Wheel

Fowlerville Cop Commended For Sense Of Humor In Pulling Over Kid On Power Wheel

A Fowlerville police officer demonstrated her sense of humor in pulling over a little girl driving a power wheels monster truck. Read Full Article
 
Howell Woman Pleads Guilty In Fatal Car/Motorcycle Crash

Howell Woman Pleads Guilty In Fatal Car/Motorcycle Crash

A local woman charged in connection with a crash that killed a motorcyclist on D-19 near Keddle Road last summer has entered a plea. Read Full Article
 
Handy Township Will Make Do With Current Internet Coverage

Handy Township Will Make Do With Current Internet Coverage

Township officials say they can't afford a feasibility study to see if residents are even interested in increasing local internet coverage. Read Full Article
 
Friday, July 15
Gotta Catch 'Em All? Milford Police Lure Wanted Man With Help From Pokemon Go

Gotta Catch 'Em All? Milford Police Lure Wanted Man With Help From Pokemon Go

A Milford man with a warrant out for his arrest was caught by police after the new Pokemon Go game led him directly into their custody. Read Full Article
 
Pumpkinfest Headed Back Downtown

Pumpkinfest Headed Back Downtown

Pumpkinfest to stay in downtown South Lyon. Read Full Article
 
Fad Or Future? Brighton Business Embraces Pokémon Go

Fad Or Future? Brighton Business Embraces Pokémon Go

Depending on who you talk to, the opinions about Pokémon Go vary wildly. But at least one local business owner thinks it will change the way we play games. Read Full Article
 
LACASA Awards Golf Outing Prize For Hole-In-One

LACASA Awards Golf Outing Prize For Hole-In-One

A Waterford woman took home her hole-in-one prize from a recent charity golf outing this morning. Read Full Article
 
Phone Problems Reported In Fowlerville

Phone Problems Reported In Fowlerville

Some Fowlerville residents with landlines are unable to call 911 and AT&T working to fix the problem. Read Full Article
 
Brighton Attorney Appointed As Bar Association Fellow

Brighton Attorney Appointed As Bar Association Fellow

Brighton attorney Bob Gardella also serves as a member of the State Bar of Michigan Board of Commissioners. Read Full Article
 
Road Commission Still Exploring Options To Improve Green Oak Roundabout

Road Commission Still Exploring Options To Improve Green Oak Roundabout

The Livingston County Road Commission approved an engineering proposal for the Green Oak dual-roundabout and plans for more D-19 rehab work in 2017. Read Full Article
 
Vintage Aircraft Offers Flights at Livingston County Airport

Vintage Aircraft Offers Flights at Livingston County Airport

A weekend fly-in at a local airport offers flight enthusiasts of all ages the chance to experience a ride in a vintage plane. Read Full Article
 
Handy Township Seeking Quotes For Demolition Of Dangerous House

Handy Township Seeking Quotes For Demolition Of Dangerous House

Handy Township officials say the unsafe house/greenhouse located on the corner of Grand River Avenue and Nicholson Road must come down. Read Full Article
 
Michigan Philharmonic's “Star Wars & Sci-Phonic Favorites” Concert Saturday

Michigan Philharmonic's “Star Wars & Sci-Phonic Favorites” Concert Saturday

The music of Star Wars, Star Trek and other sci-fi movies will be featured during the Michigan Philharmonic concert at Kensington Metropark Saturday. Read Full Article
 
Thursday, July 14
Brighton Man Sentenced For Pocketing $700,000 In Sales Taxes From Bar

Brighton Man Sentenced For Pocketing $700,000 In Sales Taxes From Bar

53-year-old Brian Michael Flore of Brighton was sentenced Wednesday in Ingham County Circuit Court. Read Full Article
 
Admission Of DNA Evidence In Jury Trial Up For Debate In Local Rape Case

Admission Of DNA Evidence In Jury Trial Up For Debate In Local Rape Case

A future hearing will determine whether certain DNA evidence in a local rape case will be admissible in court before a jury. Read Full Article
 
Summerfest In Lyon Township Starts Next Week

Summerfest In Lyon Township Starts Next Week

Four days of fun is planned during next weekend’s Summerfest event in Lyon Township.
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Brighton Fine Art & Acoustic Music Festival Returns Downtown

Brighton Fine Art & Acoustic Music Festival Returns Downtown

The three day event runs Friday, August 5th through Sunday, August 7th. Read Full Article
 
Pumpkinfest Organizers Say Proposed Move Spurred By Council Demands

Pumpkinfest Organizers Say Proposed Move Spurred By Council Demands

Board President Kathy Swan said the decision on whether to move the festival to Atchinson Memorial Park in New Hudson will be made by Friday. Read Full Article
 
Third Suspect Arraigned In Genoa Restaurant Baseball Bat Attack

Third Suspect Arraigned In Genoa Restaurant Baseball Bat Attack

A Fowlerville man allegedly involved in the attack of a former employee from a local restaurant has been arraigned on related charges. Read Full Article
 
K9 Danko Gets Protective Armor

K9 Danko Gets Protective Armor

The vest comes as a charitable donation from a non-profit organization. Read Full Article
 
Hughes Road Closed Monday & Tuesday In Genoa Township

Hughes Road Closed Monday & Tuesday In Genoa Township

Two roads in Genoa Township will close come Monday.
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Local Health Officials Offer Tips To Avoid Heatstroke

Local Health Officials Offer Tips To Avoid Heatstroke

As the summer temperatures climb, the Livingston County Department of Public Health is offering tips about how to avoid heatstroke. Read Full Article
 
Wednesday, July 13
Construction Starts Monday On Brighton Road Between Chilson & Bauer

Construction Starts Monday On Brighton Road Between Chilson & Bauer

Construction starts Monday on a beat-up, well-traveled road in Genoa Township, bringing closures and traffic delays.
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Hartland Developing Residential Monitoring Plan For High Chloride Levels

Hartland Developing Residential Monitoring Plan For High Chloride Levels

The townships environmental consulting firm is creating a plan to meet Department of Environmental Quality approval. Read Full Article
 
Democratic County Commission Candidates Question Loan Application & Grant

Democratic County Commission Candidates Question Loan Application & Grant

Democratic candidates for the Livingston County Board of Commissioners are raising questions about current pratices. Read Full Article
 
Volunteers Needed Friday For Fundraising Dunk Tank At Taste Of Brighton

Volunteers Needed Friday For Fundraising Dunk Tank At Taste Of Brighton

Volunteers are being sought this weekend for a local nonprofit’s fundraiser that will help support members of the disabled community. Read Full Article
 
Candidates Connect With Community At Discussion Forum

Candidates Connect With Community At Discussion Forum

Local residents had the opportunity to meet some of the candidates in the August primary election at an open forum last night. Read Full Article
 
Investigation Into Fire At South Lyon Hotel Mostly Complete

Investigation Into Fire At South Lyon Hotel Mostly Complete

The majority of an investigation is complete into a fire that significantly damaged a downtown landmark in South Lyon and marked a huge loss for the community. Read Full Article
 
Fowlerville Joins LAWNET Board Of Control

Fowlerville Joins LAWNET Board Of Control

The Village of Fowlerville will soon have a voice on the Board of Control for a multi-county narcotic enforcement team.
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World War I Commemorated In Chelsea

World War I Commemorated In Chelsea

The ribbon cutting display for the library's exhibit is at 11am on July 30th. Read Full Article
 
Tuesday, July 12
Wilson Marine Gets Approval For Major Expansion

Wilson Marine Gets Approval For Major Expansion

The boating retailer has plans to expand its facilities by adding a new 9,600 square foot showroom and building an additional boat storage facility. Read Full Article
 
Lane & Ramp Closures Planned On US-23 & I-96 In Brighton

Lane & Ramp Closures Planned On US-23 & I-96 In Brighton

A number of closures are planned tonight and tomorrow at the I-96/US-23 interchange in Brighton.
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Howell High Alumni Earn Gold Medal At National Leadership Conference

Howell High Alumni Earn Gold Medal At National Leadership Conference

Three Howell High School alumni excelled at a leadership conference held in California recently. Read Full Article
 
Fowlerville Police Officer Receives Life-Saving Award For Stopping Overdose

Fowlerville Police Officer Receives Life-Saving Award For Stopping Overdose

A local police officer has been honored for his life-saving response to a person overdosing on heroin. Read Full Article
 
Livingston Classical Academy Principal Admits Cyber Status Only Pursued To Gain Charter Authorization

Livingston Classical Academy Principal Admits Cyber Status Only Pursued To Gain Charter Authorization

A parent orientation meeting was held at a controversial cyber charter school's temporary location. Read Full Article
 
Brighton Nazarene Church Gets Go-Ahead to Construct a Small Building

Brighton Nazarene Church Gets Go-Ahead to Construct a Small Building

A local church got permission to add a small building onto its property but not before the township takes a closer look. Read Full Article
 
Missouri Man Bound Over On Local Hotel Robbery Charges

Missouri Man Bound Over On Local Hotel Robbery Charges

Broderick David Savage is facing charges connected to the June 4th robbery of the Best Western hotel in Hartland Township. Read Full Article
 
City of Brighton Human Resources Director Announces Resignation

City of Brighton Human Resources Director Announces Resignation

The Brighton human resources director and assistant city clerk has announced her resignation, effective July 22. Read Full Article