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Sunday, December 4
Flashing Lights & Signs Going Up Near Hilton Elementary For Safety

Flashing Lights & Signs Going Up Near Hilton Elementary For Safety

Flashing lights and signs are to be installed near Hilton Elementary School in Brighton Township. Read Full Article
 
Grand Opening Set For Cyber Security Training Center In Pinckney

Grand Opening Set For Cyber Security Training Center In Pinckney

The Pinckney Cyber Training Institute is set to open its doors with an event this Wednesday, December 7th at Pinckney Community High School. Read Full Article
 
Donation To Strengthen Services For Senior Citizens In Livingston County

Donation To Strengthen Services For Senior Citizens In Livingston County

A recent donation will help a local human service organization strengthen programming for senior citizens.
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Brighton Mayor Gives Cub Scouts Tour Of City Hall

Brighton Mayor Gives Cub Scouts Tour Of City Hall

Pack 347 leader Kevin Cox says making a trip to city hall was part of the requirements this year for the boys to receive their final badge as a Cub Scout. Read Full Article
 
Saturday, December 3
Arraignment Held For Highland Twp Man Who Attempted To Rob Local Bank

Arraignment Held For Highland Twp Man Who Attempted To Rob Local Bank

Charges have been authorized against a Highland Township man who was caught before he could follow through with his plans to rob a local bank. Read Full Article
 
Forum Offers Conversation About Trust In State Government

Forum Offers Conversation About Trust In State Government

A non-partisan think-tank asked local residents for input on a number of state government issues at a public meeting Thursday night. Read Full Article
 
Brighton City DPW Workers Get New Contract

Brighton City DPW Workers Get New Contract

Hourly workers at the Brighton Department of Public Works have a new, 3-year contract as a result of action by the Brighton City Council Thursday night. Read Full Article
 
Lake Trust Donates More Than $22,000 To Howell Nature Center

Lake Trust Donates More Than $22,000 To Howell Nature Center

The Brighton Township-based credit union earmarked one penny from every debit card transaction that occurred between Black Friday and Cyber Monday. Read Full Article
 
Friday, December 2
Body Found In Fire Pit In Brighton Township

Body Found In Fire Pit In Brighton Township

The death of a man whose body was found in a fire pit in Brighton Township is under investigation. Read Full Article
 
Weekend Lane CLosures On US-23 Near 8 Mile & Barker Road

Weekend Lane CLosures On US-23 Near 8 Mile & Barker Road

Lane closures and traffic shifts could cause delays for motorists on US-23 this weekend. Read Full Article
 
Livingston County Hospital Earns "A" For Patient Safety

Livingston County Hospital Earns "A" For Patient Safety

Recently released “grades” for hospitals nationwide show that St. Joseph Mercy Livingston achieved top marks. Read Full Article
 
Camp Liberty Hosting Christmas Parties For Veterans

Camp Liberty Hosting Christmas Parties For Veterans

Parties in support of veterans and their families are being help on each of the next three Saturdays. Read Full Article
 
Competition Squeezes Profit Margin For District's Shared Services Program

Competition Squeezes Profit Margin For District's Shared Services Program

The program brought in about $8 million the first year, then $6 million the next year and has now dropped to $2 million. Read Full Article
 
Chelsea Man Sentenced In Federal Child Pornography Case

Chelsea Man Sentenced In Federal Child Pornography Case

A Chelsea man charged with possessing child pornography will serve prison time. Read Full Article
 
Barden Retiring From County Convention & Visitors Bureau

Barden Retiring From County Convention & Visitors Bureau

After more than two decades of promoting Livingston County as a destination, the face of the Livingston County Convention & Visitors Bureau is retiring. Read Full Article
 
Local High School Girl Buying Special Dolls For Sick Children

Local High School Girl Buying Special Dolls For Sick Children

Bailey Brown has raised enough money to buy more than 20 special ordered American Girl dolls for girls at Mott's Children Hospital. Read Full Article
 
Thursday, December 1
Suspect Stopped En Route To Robbing Brighton Twp. Bank

Suspect Stopped En Route To Robbing Brighton Twp. Bank

Acting on information from an informant, sheriff’s detectives were able to locate the suspect while he was on the way to rob the bank. Read Full Article
 
Christmas In The Ville Set To Light Up Fowlerville This Weekend

Christmas In The Ville Set To Light Up Fowlerville This Weekend

More than 30 balloonists will be taking part in the event, set to take place Saturday, December 3rd. Read Full Article
 
Jobless Rate Remains Virtually Unchanged In October

Jobless Rate Remains Virtually Unchanged In October

The county's unemployment rate for October of this year stood at 4.1%. Read Full Article
 
BHS Students Help Homeless & Poor In Cass Corridor

BHS Students Help Homeless & Poor In Cass Corridor

Senior Serve is an annual program involving BHS student volunteers spending one weekend in the inner city, helping to assist its residents. Read Full Article
 
$5,000 Reward Offered After Dog Found Starved Inside Food Bag

$5,000 Reward Offered After Dog Found Starved Inside Food Bag

A dog was found starved to death and discarded in a food bag near Fowlerville.
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Fowlerville Man Charged In Road Rage Incident Involving Gun

Fowlerville Man Charged In Road Rage Incident Involving Gun

Charges have been authorized against a local man who authorities say pointed a handgun at another driver during an incident of road rage. Read Full Article
 
New "Fur-ever Home" Will Allow Stiggy's Dogs To Serve More Veterans

New "Fur-ever Home" Will Allow Stiggy's Dogs To Serve More Veterans

A local veterans’ organization says it will be able to expand its services as a result of their recent move into a larger facility in Hamburg. Read Full Article
 
Free Presentation In Brighton To Help Homeowners Fight Oak Wilt Disease

Free Presentation In Brighton To Help Homeowners Fight Oak Wilt Disease

Oak Wilt is a fungal disease that can spread rapidly and kill trees within 30 days of infection. Read Full Article
 
Wednesday, November 30
Dog Found Starved To Death & Discarded In Food Bag Near Fowlerville

Dog Found Starved To Death & Discarded In Food Bag Near Fowlerville

Livingston County Animal Control and the Michigan Humane Society are offering a $5,000 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of those responsible. Read Full Article
 
Sheriff's Department Identifies Victim In Fatal Crash

Sheriff's Department Identifies Victim In Fatal Crash

A Brighton woman killed in a traffic crash Tuesday in Tyrone Township has been identified. Read Full Article
 
Public Input Sought For Kensington Metropark Master Plan

Public Input Sought For Kensington Metropark Master Plan

A Master Plan for the Kensington Metropark will be presented at a public meeting this weekend and park planners are looking for the community’s opinion. Read Full Article
 
Authorities Investigating Non Fatal Crash In Highland Township

Authorities Investigating Non Fatal Crash In Highland Township

The accident occurred in the area on N. Milford Road and Emilee Lane on Monday night. Read Full Article
 
Donations Sought For LESA Snack Pack Drive

Donations Sought For LESA Snack Pack Drive

An annual snack food drive has begun that will benefit homeless students and those in need during the holiday break. Read Full Article
 
Snow Removal Procedures Discussed By Brighton Staff & Council

Snow Removal Procedures Discussed By Brighton Staff & Council

The City of Brighton is plowing through snow removal procedures. Read Full Article
 
Ousted Committee Member Still Seeking Answers About Removal

Ousted Committee Member Still Seeking Answers About Removal

Doug Taylor was removed from the Brighton Township Utilities Committee after only serving 11 months of his two-year appointment. Read Full Article
 
Chesney Presides Over Brighton Board of Education

Chesney Presides Over Brighton Board of Education

David Chesney, a faculty member at the University of Michigan, will lead the Brighton school board until its January organizational meeting. Read Full Article
 
State Police Brighton Post Serves As Collection Point For Toys For Tots

State Police Brighton Post Serves As Collection Point For Toys For Tots

Toys can be dropped off Monday through Friday, 8am to 4pm, through December 21st. Read Full Article
 
Tuesday, November 29
Fowlerville Man Arrested After Road Rage Incident On I-96 Involving Gun

Fowlerville Man Arrested After Road Rage Incident On I-96 Involving Gun

A Fowlerville man remains jailed following a road rage incident involving a handgun. Read Full Article
 
Brighton Woman Killed In Two-Vehicle Crash In Tyrone Township

Brighton Woman Killed In Two-Vehicle Crash In Tyrone Township

A Brighton woman was killed in a traffic crash this morning in Tyrone Township that shut down an intersection for hours. Read Full Article
 
Embezzlement Trial Set For March, Two Weeks After Federal Sentencing

Embezzlement Trial Set For March, Two Weeks After Federal Sentencing

A Livingston County man charged with embezzlement and bank fraud will be sentenced in one case next year and then stand trial in another. Read Full Article
 
Sheriff's Staff Give Up Shaving to Raise Funds for Good Samaritan's Family

Sheriff's Staff Give Up Shaving to Raise Funds for Good Samaritan's Family

Several deputies and personnel from the Livingston County Sheriff's Department plan to extend No Shave November to help a local family. Read Full Article
 
Parents Voice Opposition To Plan That Would Close Southeast Elementary

Parents Voice Opposition To Plan That Would Close Southeast Elementary

Dozens of parents, students and staff turned out in Howell Monday night, many standing against a proposal to consolidate two elementary schools. Read Full Article
 
Case Against Howell Man Dismissed In Samurai Sword Attack

Case Against Howell Man Dismissed In Samurai Sword Attack

Charges have been dropped against a Howell man who allegedly attacked another man with a samurai sword. Read Full Article
 
Fowlerville Village Council Looking To Fill Vacancy

Fowlerville Village Council Looking To Fill Vacancy

Letters of interest are being accepted from individuals interested in serving on the Fowlerville Village Council. Read Full Article
 
Men Charged In Stockbridge Sexual Assault Set For Jury Trial In January

Men Charged In Stockbridge Sexual Assault Set For Jury Trial In January

A Stockbridge man and Williamston man charged in an alleged sexual assault case are expected to stand trial next year.

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Monday, November 28
County Officials Preparing For Presidential Recount

County Officials Preparing For Presidential Recount

There will be 102 separate recount efforts in Livingston County alone, each requiring at least two recount team members. Read Full Article
 
Redistricting Plan Approved For South Lyon Elementary & Middle Schools

Redistricting Plan Approved For South Lyon Elementary & Middle Schools

Boundary redistricting is complete for elementary and middle school students who attend South Lyon Community Schools. Read Full Article
 
Fenton, Jackson Kmart Stores Closing In Mid-December

Fenton, Jackson Kmart Stores Closing In Mid-December

One area Kmart store is among several slated to close in Michigan this December.

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LETS Transportation To Host 21st Annual Stuff The Bus

LETS Transportation To Host 21st Annual Stuff The Bus

The holiday season is here and a local organization is preparing to host its annual Stuff the Bus charity event.
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Holiday Open House Celebrates Season Of Cheer

Holiday Open House Celebrates Season Of Cheer

The Brighton District Library’s Holiday Open House is sponsored by the Friends of the Library and will be held Saturday, December 10th from 11am to 3pm.

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Vaupel Says Energy & Pension Reform Likely In Lame Duck Session

Vaupel Says Energy & Pension Reform Likely In Lame Duck Session

Lame duck is the term for the session which takes place between the Thanksgiving holiday and the first session of the New Year, when newly-elected lawmakers take office. Read Full Article
 
Brighton Firefighters To Climb Ren Cen For Lung Disease Research

Brighton Firefighters To Climb Ren Cen For Lung Disease Research

They will climb 71 flights of stairs in full equipment on February 26th, 2017. Read Full Article
 
Toy Recalls Focus Of Annual Consumer Report

Toy Recalls Focus Of Annual Consumer Report

The U.S. Public Interest Research Group or "PIRG" in its annual Trouble in Toyland 2016 report, focused this year on toy recalls. Read Full Article
 
Trial Ordered After Highland Twp. Stop Turns Up Unregistered Gun

Trial Ordered After Highland Twp. Stop Turns Up Unregistered Gun

Police say Johnson kept reaching under the front seat while he was talking to the deputy, who demanded he keep his hands on the wheel. Read Full Article
 
Sunday, November 27
New Prevention-Based Senior Reach Program Helping Older Adults

New Prevention-Based Senior Reach Program Helping Older Adults

A new prevention-based program that encompasses a mind-body-spirit approach is helping older adults in Livingston County get assistance before a serious crisis develops. Read Full Article
 
Area Firms to Benefit from Training Grants

Area Firms to Benefit from Training Grants

Two area firms will benefit from over one million dollars in worker training grants from the Michigan Works! program. Read Full Article
 
Public Forum Will Gather Information About Government Trust

Public Forum Will Gather Information About Government Trust

A non-partisan think-tank based in Ann Arbor is coming to Brighton this week asking citizens to participate in a community conversation. Read Full Article
 
Brighton Arts & Culture Commission Hosting Chair Auction

Brighton Arts & Culture Commission Hosting Chair Auction

A local commission is hosting an art-themed chair auction.
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Saturday, November 26
Fantasy of Lights Parade Kicks Off Howell's Holiday Season

Fantasy of Lights Parade Kicks Off Howell's Holiday Season

Thousands braved the cold and rain in downtown Howell Friday night for the 33rd annual Fantasy of Lights parade featuring dozens of illuminated floats. Read Full Article
 
Howell Twp Looks To Fill Vacant Planning Commission And Trustee Seats

Howell Twp Looks To Fill Vacant Planning Commission And Trustee Seats

Howell Township has one opening each on their Township Board and Planning Commission. Read Full Article
 
Brighton Swimmers Gather To Honor Beloved Coach

Brighton Swimmers Gather To Honor Beloved Coach

Brighton swimmers past and present gathered Wednesday to honor former coach Tim McInnis, who died suddenly in September. Read Full Article
 
New Home Of Howell Teen Center To Open Monday

New Home Of Howell Teen Center To Open Monday

A soft opening is planned for The Hive, the new home of the Howell Teen Center. Read Full Article
 
New Procedure Will Identify Abandoned Vehicles Already Reported

New Procedure Will Identify Abandoned Vehicles Already Reported

Officials say caution tape will indicate that the vehicle has been checked for any emergencies and that there is no need to respond back to it. Read Full Article
 
Friday, November 25
Local Dems Say Brighton Twp. Committee Replacement Politically Motivated

Local Dems Say Brighton Twp. Committee Replacement Politically Motivated

Democrats say the actions of the lame-duck Brighton Township board to remove a committee member were politically motivated.

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Donations Sought To Support Holiday Meals On Wheels Program

Donations Sought To Support Holiday Meals On Wheels Program

A local organization is seeking help from the community in their mission to provide a hot meal and holiday joy to homebound seniors. Read Full Article
 
South Lyon Council Wants More Information On McMunn Road

South Lyon Council Wants More Information On McMunn Road

Many councilmembers wanted further data on how necessary the proposed reconstruction is. Read Full Article
 
Driver Of Stolen Vehicle In I-96 Police Chase Sentenced

Driver Of Stolen Vehicle In I-96 Police Chase Sentenced

One of the suspects involved in a stolen vehicle incident and police chase on I-96 has been sentenced.
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Fund Drive Seeks Money To Purchase Permanent Torch 180 Facility

Fund Drive Seeks Money To Purchase Permanent Torch 180 Facility

An anonymous donor will kick in 10-cents for every dollar raised towards the purchase of the Torch's new commissary through December 31st. Read Full Article
 
Several Local Businesses Being Awarded Money From Grant

Several Local Businesses Being Awarded Money From Grant

Roughly $235,000 will go to businesses in Howell and Brighton. Read Full Article
 
Single Lane Closures Start Saturday On US-23

Single Lane Closures Start Saturday On US-23

Area motorists traveling on northbound and southbound US-23 could experience nighttime delays. Read Full Article
 
Local Church Donates Funds For Early Education Scholarships

Local Church Donates Funds For Early Education Scholarships

The donation is expected to provide one year of preschool for one child and two months of preschool for a second child. Read Full Article
 
Thursday, November 24
Services Set For Milford Man Killed In Crash

Services Set For Milford Man Killed In Crash

23-year-old Devin Jennings Daugherty died after his pickup truck crashed into a tree on Friday, November 18th. Read Full Article
 
Detour Routes & Closures Announced For Friday's Fantasy Of Lights

Detour Routes & Closures Announced For Friday's Fantasy Of Lights

The 33rd Annual Fantasy of Lights Parade and Fantasy 5k Run will take place this Friday and anyone heading to Downtown Howell will need to take road into account.
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AAA's Thanksgiving Travel Forecast Calls For Busy Roads, Airports

AAA's Thanksgiving Travel Forecast Calls For Busy Roads, Airports

Whether you welcome or dread the trip back home, there will be a lot of traffic to contend with throughout the thanksgiving holiday weekend.
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Howell Schools Names Support & Service Personnel Of The Year

Howell Schools Names Support & Service Personnel Of The Year

Karen Socia was selected as the district's Support Person of the Year, while Martha Mendoza was named Service Person of the Year Read Full Article
 
Wednesday, November 23
Suspected Drunk Driver Charged After Loaded Guns Found In Van

Suspected Drunk Driver Charged After Loaded Guns Found In Van

Two shotguns and a handgun, all loaded, were found in the vehicle. Read Full Article
 
Old Memories Soon To Be Replaced By "Blockade"

Old Memories Soon To Be Replaced By "Blockade"

The final pieces are falling into place for an establishment that will take over the former Memories Lounge site on Old US-23 in Brighton Township. Read Full Article
 
Hartland Consolidated Schools to Ask for Sinking Fund Millage

Hartland Consolidated Schools to Ask for Sinking Fund Millage

Families in one local school district will be asked to vote in May on an initiative to help maintain facilities. Read Full Article
 
Livingston County Families Celebrate Additions On Annual Adoption Day

Livingston County Families Celebrate Additions On Annual Adoption Day

New parents were joined by friends and relatives in celebrating the adoption of their children Tuesday in Livingston County Juvenile Court. Read Full Article
 
MSP Brighton Post Among Those Helping Provide Needed Holiday Meals

MSP Brighton Post Among Those Helping Provide Needed Holiday Meals

The Thanksgiving meal donation program is a partnership between MSP and Kroger and will feed 100 families in the state this year. Read Full Article
 
Cyber Training Institute To Have Grand Opening December 7th

Cyber Training Institute To Have Grand Opening December 7th

The facility will be a place where students, professionals, and business owners alike can train and test their ideas within a safe cyber environment. Read Full Article
 
Students To Support Gleaners With Fantasy Of Lights Canned Food Drive

Students To Support Gleaners With Fantasy Of Lights Canned Food Drive

A new tradition led by an area high school’s leadership classes will benefit Gleaners Community Food Bank.
Read Full Article
 
Frying That T-Day Turkey? Fire Officials Caution Awareness & Preparation

Frying That T-Day Turkey? Fire Officials Caution Awareness & Preparation

While use of turkey fryers is discouraged, The Fire Authority is offering tips to help keep anyone safe who still wishes to use one. Read Full Article
 
Tuesday, November 22
Condition Improves For Howell 'Good Samaritan'

Condition Improves For Howell 'Good Samaritan'

36-year-old Chris Alvarado remains hospitalized following the November 15th incident on Grand River in Genoa Township. Read Full Article
 
Howell School Board Approves Plan To Hire Special Ed Teacher At Hutchings

Howell School Board Approves Plan To Hire Special Ed Teacher At Hutchings

The Howell Public School district is looking to bring another full-time special education teacher on board at Hutchings Elementary School. Read Full Article
 
Annual Tyrone Township Event Set To Benefit People & Pets

Annual Tyrone Township Event Set To Benefit People & Pets

The items will benefit Gleaners Community Food Bank and the Livingston Area Pet Pantry. Read Full Article
 
Plans For Improvements To Hartland Twp's Public Parks Move Forward

Plans For Improvements To Hartland Twp's Public Parks Move Forward

Manager James Wickman provided an update to the township’s Board of Trustees last week of where the projects are currently at. Read Full Article
 
Mike Murphy Sworn In As Livingston County Sheriff

Mike Murphy Sworn In As Livingston County Sheriff

Livingston County’s new sheriff was sworn in Monday afternoon in the courtroom of the Historic Howell Courthouse. Read Full Article
 
Suspect In Samurai Sword Attack Again Rejects Plea, Heads To Trial

Suspect In Samurai Sword Attack Again Rejects Plea, Heads To Trial

A Howell man who allegedly attacked another man with a sword has rejected yet another plea deal from prosecutors. Read Full Article
 
Parents Upset About Departure Of Village Elementary Principal

Parents Upset About Departure Of Village Elementary Principal

A principal in one local district will stay where he was assigned at least for the rest of this school year. Read Full Article
 
Car Accident Involving Utility Pole In Highland Township Closes EB M-59

Car Accident Involving Utility Pole In Highland Township Closes EB M-59

A stretch of M-59 in Highland Township was shut down for most of the day yesterday after a car crashed into a utility pole. Read Full Article
 
Monday, November 21
12 Days Of Gleaners Donations Doubled Today Only

12 Days Of Gleaners Donations Doubled Today Only

With the Celani Family Foundation matching donations today, every $20 contributed will put two holiday meals on the table. Read Full Article
 
Milford Police Identify Driver And Victim In Fatal Car Crash

Milford Police Identify Driver And Victim In Fatal Car Crash

The driver in a fatal car crash that occurred Friday morning in Milford has been identified. Read Full Article
 
Ceremony Will Finalize Adoptions & Celebrate New 'Forever Families'

Ceremony Will Finalize Adoptions & Celebrate New 'Forever Families'

Michigan Supreme Court Justice Brian Zahra will join with Livingston County Probate Judge Miriam Cavanaugh to finalize adoptions for four local families. Read Full Article
 
One Of Two Accused Thieves Heads To Trail In Retailer Break-Ins

One Of Two Accused Thieves Heads To Trail In Retailer Break-Ins

33-year-old Arthur Williams and 29-year-old Kyle Wimbush are charged in the October 31st break-ins at the Sprint store in Brighton and Target store in Hartland Township. Read Full Article
 
Health Department: Catch Holiday Spirit, Not The Flu

Health Department: Catch Holiday Spirit, Not The Flu

The flu shot changes each year to combat what are predicted to be the most dangerous strains of the season. Read Full Article
 
Family Receives New Habitat For Humanity House In Conway Township

Family Receives New Habitat For Humanity House In Conway Township

The Oakleys were given the keys to their new, two-story ranch house with attached garage in a ceremony Sunday afternoon, while Habitat for Humanity officials looked on. Read Full Article
 
Forum To Examine Issues Surrounding Public Trust In Government

Forum To Examine Issues Surrounding Public Trust In Government

Voter’s Voice of Livingston County will host the Community Conversation Thursday, December 1st from 5:30 to 7pm at the Brighton District Library. Read Full Article
 
Village of Pinckney Approves Change for Outdoor RV Storage

Village of Pinckney Approves Change for Outdoor RV Storage

The ordinance change puts boundaries on where a commercial business can store recreational vehicles. Read Full Article
 
Sunday, November 20
Proposal Leads Off Brighton's Holiday Glow Celebration

Proposal Leads Off Brighton's Holiday Glow Celebration

The Brighton Chamber’s Holiday Glow celebration unofficially kicked off with Steve Moor down on bended knee asking his girlfriend Nikki Gillette the big question. Read Full Article
 
12 Days Of Gleaners Donations Made Monday Will Be Doubled

12 Days Of Gleaners Donations Made Monday Will Be Doubled

On Monday, and Monday only, every dollar donated to the 12 Days of Gleaners campaign will be turned into two dollars. Read Full Article
 
Some Utility Customers in Howell Area Still without Power

Some Utility Customers in Howell Area Still without Power

Many utility customers, particularly in the Howell area, remained without power Sunday as crews worked to restore service. Read Full Article
 
New Publication about Brighton Mailed to City Residents

New Publication about Brighton Mailed to City Residents

The first issue of a new publication which provides timely and helpful information on the city of Brighton is now out. Read Full Article
 
Tree Decorating Fridays For Annual Rec The Halls Party Kicks Off This Week

Tree Decorating Fridays For Annual Rec The Halls Party Kicks Off This Week

The Howell Area Parks and Recreation Authority will welcome Santa to Livingston County this year with an annual holiday gathering. Read Full Article
 
Saturday, November 19
Storms Leave Thousands Without Power

Storms Leave Thousands Without Power

Heavy storm damage was reported at multiple locations, including the historic Livingston County courthouse in downtown Howell. Read Full Article
 
Howell Bank Customers Report Receiving "Phishing" Phone Calls

Howell Bank Customers Report Receiving "Phishing" Phone Calls

Local bank officials are warning the public about a widespread phone phishing scam currently underway. Read Full Article
 
Comedian Brings Message Of Recovery To Livingston County

Comedian Brings Message Of Recovery To Livingston County

For the fifth year a local drug coalition will bring a unique comedian to Livingston County to raise funds for addiction programs. Read Full Article
 
Brighton Council Discusses Future Financial Challenges at Retreat

Brighton Council Discusses Future Financial Challenges at Retreat

At their annual retreat last weekend, Brighton City Council members discussed some potential future problem areas, unless a tight rein is kept on spending. Read Full Article
 
Early Registration For Howell's Fantasy 5K Ends Soon

Early Registration For Howell's Fantasy 5K Ends Soon

The Fantasy 5K early bird registration expires this coming Monday at 5pm. Read Full Article