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Friday, February 5
Love Inc. "Heart For Giving" Fundraiser Highlights Welfare-To-Career Program

Love Inc. "Heart For Giving" Fundraiser Highlights Welfare-To-Career Program

A local organization that embodies the true spirit of collaboration is hosting a motivating fundraising dinner to help individuals realize their own potential for success. Read Full Article
 
Local Veterans Seek Donations For Flint Water Crisis

Local Veterans Seek Donations For Flint Water Crisis

A local veterans group will be collecting donations this weekend to help Flint residents in lieu of the water crisis. Read Full Article
 
Woman Arrested For Drunk Driving In Milford With Her Child Sentenced

Woman Arrested For Drunk Driving In Milford With Her Child Sentenced

An Oakland County mother has been sentenced to jail time after being arrested in Milford for drunk driving with her child in the back seat.
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Howell Boy Scout Reacts Quickly To Help After Crash Near Home

Howell Boy Scout Reacts Quickly To Help After Crash Near Home

A motorist who was in a minor accident last week received help from a Livingston County teenager who was prepared. Read Full Article
 
Brighton High School's Peddler's Paw Achieves DECA Gold Level Re-Certification

Brighton High School's Peddler's Paw Achieves DECA Gold Level Re-Certification

A local high school student-run store has achieved the top level for re-certification and will be recognized by an international program.
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Pinckney Superintendent Has "Good Conversation" On Possible School Purchase

Pinckney Superintendent Has "Good Conversation" On Possible School Purchase

Putnam Township is talking about the possibility of purchasing Pinckney Elementary School and the district likes where the conversation is headed. Read Full Article
 
Brighton Council OKs Amended Contract Offer To Geinzer

Brighton Council OKs Amended Contract Offer To Geinzer

The original offer the city made to Nate Geinzer was rejected and he countered with an offer of his own. Read Full Article
 
Woman Found Passed Out Drunk In Car On Freeway Ramp Enters Plea

Woman Found Passed Out Drunk In Car On Freeway Ramp Enters Plea

A South Haven woman who was found passed out drunk in her car on a freeway ramp with her children in the backseat will be sentenced next month.
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Pettengill Named to Vacant Seat on Brighton City Council

Pettengill Named to Vacant Seat on Brighton City Council

Renee Pettengill has been named to a seat on the Brighton City Council, replacing Ricci Bandkau, who passed away before being able to finish her term. Read Full Article
 
Thursday, February 4
Emails Reveal High Ranking Officials Warned of Flint Water, Legionnaires' Link

Emails Reveal High Ranking Officials Warned of Flint Water, Legionnaires' Link

Emails show Governor Snyder's aide was warned early on about a possible link between a surge in Legionnaires cases and Flint water.
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2015 Fire Starts Conversation On Highland's Water Supply

2015 Fire Starts Conversation On Highland's Water Supply

A fire last August in Highland Township opened up a conversation about the municipality’s water supply. Read Full Article
 
Brighton Fire Authority Honors Firefighters Of The Year

Brighton Fire Authority Honors Firefighters Of The Year

A recent ceremony honored the best among Brighton’s firefighters. Read Full Article
 
Improvements To Begin On Dunham Road In Hartland

Improvements To Begin On Dunham Road In Hartland

A 10,500 foot stretch of Dunham Road between Clark Road and Fenton Road will see limestone, tree work, and drainage work. Read Full Article
 
Former Fenton Man Remanded To Federal Marshals

Former Fenton Man Remanded To Federal Marshals

Federal Marshals have taken custody of a former Fenton Township man who violated bond twice. Read Full Article
 
MML, Local Leaders Agree Controversial Campaign Finance Law Needs To Go

MML, Local Leaders Agree Controversial Campaign Finance Law Needs To Go

Another bill has been introduced attempting to clarify a controversial campaign finance bill recently signed into law.
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Local Veterans To Man Water Donations Sites For Flint Residents

Local Veterans To Man Water Donations Sites For Flint Residents

They’ve served their nation, and now local veterans want to help serve residents in Flint. Read Full Article
 
Livingston County Cyber Security Training Helps Keep Information Safe

Livingston County Cyber Security Training Helps Keep Information Safe

A handful of county officials recently took a trip to the Joint Forces Headquarters in Lansing seeking information on cyber security. Read Full Article
 
Garden City Man Charged With Prescription Fraud In Milford

Garden City Man Charged With Prescription Fraud In Milford

Police say 29-year-old Daniel Rayburn traveled to Milford to fill out fake prescriptions. Read Full Article
 
Howell Band Students Collaborate With UM Musicians

Howell Band Students Collaborate With UM Musicians

Sixth grade band students at Parker Middle School visited the University of Michigan last week to attend a clinic with college students pursuing a degree in music education. Read Full Article
 
Wednesday, February 3
More Than $40K Raised For Woman Who Lost Fiancé & Son In Fishing Accident

More Than $40K Raised For Woman Who Lost Fiancé & Son In Fishing Accident

The community is coming together to assist a grieving Highland Township woman whose fiancé and young son died after they fell through an ice covered lake.

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Theis Bill To Streamline Gun Purchases For Officers Signed Into Law

Theis Bill To Streamline Gun Purchases For Officers Signed Into Law

The Brighton Township Republican says the issue was brought to her attention recently by a local officer who had trouble purchasing their individual weapon. Read Full Article
 
Tyrone Township Talks Pay Raises for Employees

Tyrone Township Talks Pay Raises for Employees

One local township looks at possibly raising employee salaries to help with retention. Read Full Article
 
American Legion Auxiliary in Hartland Open to New Members

American Legion Auxiliary in Hartland Open to New Members

A newly formed group in Hartland Township focuses on advocacy for veterans. Read Full Article
 
Howell's Former National Guard Unit Part Of Flint Water Crisis Activation

Howell's Former National Guard Unit Part Of Flint Water Crisis Activation

Members of Howell’s former National Guard unit recently assisted with the state’s efforts to help residents in Flint amidst the ongoing water crisis. Read Full Article
 
Project Aims To Make Fowlerville Senior Center's "Wish For Windows" Come True

Project Aims To Make Fowlerville Senior Center's "Wish For Windows" Come True

The Fowlerville Senior Center and Fowlerville Community Schools have joined forces on a new project titled “Wish for Windows”.
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Silver Lake Road Bridge Closed For Construction In Fenton

Silver Lake Road Bridge Closed For Construction In Fenton

A bridge replacement project has closed portions of Silver Lake Road in Fenton.
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Tyrone Township Continues Search for Clerk

Tyrone Township Continues Search for Clerk

A local township hopes to narrow the field of clerk candidates within the next few weeks so the full board can decide on an appointment. Read Full Article
 
Northfield Township Seeks Input On New Parks & Rec Master Plan

Northfield Township Seeks Input On New Parks & Rec Master Plan

Northfield Township will host a public hearing on the community’s new parks and recreation master plan. Read Full Article
 
Program To Discuss Ways For Seniors To Stay In Their Homes

Program To Discuss Ways For Seniors To Stay In Their Homes

Solutions and safety measures for elderly individuals that want to remain in their homes will be offered through a seminar in Brighton. Read Full Article
 
Tuesday, February 2
Woody The Woodchuck Predicts Six More Weeks Of Winter

Woody The Woodchuck Predicts Six More Weeks Of Winter

Livingston County’s well-known furry forecaster, Woody the Woodchuck, says bundle up - more winter is on the way. Read Full Article
 
Hollywood Friends Help Gilbert As Bishop Piles Cash Into Campaign Coffers

Hollywood Friends Help Gilbert As Bishop Piles Cash Into Campaign Coffers

Fundraising efforts so far for the seat the represents Livingston County in Congress are shaping up to be a battle of cash on hand versus star power. Read Full Article
 
Tropical-Themed Event To Raise Funds For Local Youth Organizations

Tropical-Themed Event To Raise Funds For Local Youth Organizations

A Caribbean inspired evening that raises funds to support several organizations that work to support and build youth in the community is approaching later this month. Read Full Article
 
Students Present Ideas For Improving Recess Through Research Project

Students Present Ideas For Improving Recess Through Research Project

A teaching technique has helped local students learn how to research and develop their own ideas at a young age. Read Full Article
 
Brighton-Area Man Charged In Home Invasion Scheduled For Trial

Brighton-Area Man Charged In Home Invasion Scheduled For Trial

A local man charged in a Genoa Township home invasion is headed to trial. Read Full Article
 
Resolution Agreed Upon For Juvenile Charged In Pinckney Rape Case

Resolution Agreed Upon For Juvenile Charged In Pinckney Rape Case

The case against one of the suspects charged in connection to the rape of a Pinckney High School student has been resolved. Read Full Article
 
2016 State Of The County Speech Highlights Progress & Goals

2016 State Of The County Speech Highlights Progress & Goals

The 2016 State of the County address was delivered before a large audience Monday night at the Livingston County Public Safety Complex. Read Full Article
 
Local Woman Charged In Fatal Crash Pleads Guilty

Local Woman Charged In Fatal Crash Pleads Guilty

A South Lyon woman who made an illegal U-turn that caused the death of a motorcyclist has entered a plea. Read Full Article
 
Highland Township Father & Son Drown While Ice Fishing

Highland Township Father & Son Drown While Ice Fishing

Authorities are warning the public about ice safety after a Highland Township father and his young son died when they fell through ice while fishing on a small lake. Read Full Article
 
Brighton Township Discusses Changes To Public Use Of Township Hall And Fire Station

Brighton Township Discusses Changes To Public Use Of Township Hall And Fire Station

Residents who want to use one of Brighton Township’s community rooms outside of scheduled hours could face a fee.
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Monday, February 1
Father & Son Die After Fishing Accident On Icy Lake

Father & Son Die After Fishing Accident On Icy Lake

A Highland Township man and his 4-year-old son have died after falling through an ice covered lake while fishing.
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Woody Prepares For Tuesday's Annual Winter Prediction

Woody Prepares For Tuesday's Annual Winter Prediction

After sitting on the sidelines for Groundhog Day last year, Livingston County's resident weather-guessing woodchuck will be back in the spotlight Tuesday morning. Read Full Article
 
Free Tax Services Offered to Low Income Individuals & Families

Free Tax Services Offered to Low Income Individuals & Families

Tax season is here again and free preparation services are being offered to low income residents and families throughout Livingston County.
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Fenton Residents Warned Of Possible Animal Control Scam

Fenton Residents Warned Of Possible Animal Control Scam

Officials are warning residents in the Fenton area of a possible scam involving dog licenses. Read Full Article
 
Man Charged For Allegedly Stalking 6th Grade Teacher

Man Charged For Allegedly Stalking 6th Grade Teacher

A man who allegedly stalked his 6th grade teacher for years has been arraigned on criminal charges.
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Howell Police Officers Save Elderly Woman From Apartment Fire

Howell Police Officers Save Elderly Woman From Apartment Fire

Three Howell police officers have been honored for their quick thinking and lifesaving actions in rescuing a 77-year-old woman from an apartment fire. Read Full Article
 
Possible Clean-Up Project For Cemeteries In Putnam Township

Possible Clean-Up Project For Cemeteries In Putnam Township

Putnam Township is looking into refurbishing two of their cemeteries. Read Full Article
 
Man Charged In Brighton Teen Sex Case Enters Plea

Man Charged In Brighton Teen Sex Case Enters Plea

A plea deal has been reached with a man who is charged with sex and computer crimes involving a teenager from Brighton. Read Full Article
 
Tips For Raising Tweens And Teens Offered At Parenting Workshop

Tips For Raising Tweens And Teens Offered At Parenting Workshop

A local parenting workshop will offer some tips for navigating the rocky terrain that can sometimes be raising a tween or teen. Read Full Article
 
Sunday, January 31
Brighton's Polar Plunge Helps Support Special Olympics

Brighton's Polar Plunge Helps Support Special Olympics

Adventurous community members joined together for an icy fundraiser for a good cause yesterday. Read Full Article
 
Man Who Says He Robbed Credit Union In An Act Of Desperation Scheduled To Be Sentenced

Man Who Says He Robbed Credit Union In An Act Of Desperation Scheduled To Be Sentenced

A Wixom man who claims he robbed a local credit union to pay for his daughter’s medical bills will be sentenced next month. Read Full Article
 
Textbook Scholarships Offered To High School Seniors

Textbook Scholarships Offered To High School Seniors

The MSU Alumni Club is offering annual scholarships of $1000 to high school seniors residing in Livingston County. Read Full Article
 
Brighton Ski Teams Sweep Boyne Ski Meet

Brighton Ski Teams Sweep Boyne Ski Meet

The Brighton High School varsity and JV boys' and girls' ski teams swept an 8-school ski competition this weekend at Boyne Highlands. Read Full Article
 
Saturday, January 30
Brighton School Board Questioned on "Chiller" Purchase

Brighton School Board Questioned on "Chiller" Purchase

A Brighton school board member is questioning the district's purchase of new air conditioning equipment for the high school. Read Full Article
 
Local Veterans Court In Need Of Mentors

Local Veterans Court In Need Of Mentors

Volunteer mentors are still needed to assist veterans in a special court within the local criminal justice system. Read Full Article
 
Livingston County's Jobless Rate Holds Mostly Steady In December

Livingston County's Jobless Rate Holds Mostly Steady In December

December jobless rates were down in most regional labor markets but up just slightly in Livingston County. Read Full Article
 
Howell Township Asks for Input on Master Plan at Open House

Howell Township Asks for Input on Master Plan at Open House

An open house in one local township gave residents the chance to have their say in potential changes. Read Full Article
 
Bitondo Announces Candidacy For Hamburg Township Treasurer

Bitondo Announces Candidacy For Hamburg Township Treasurer

A Hamburg Township resident well known for his community involvement is seeking a seat on the board again.

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Friday, January 29
Brighton Man Charged With Growing Marijuana Sentenced

Brighton Man Charged With Growing Marijuana Sentenced

Sentencing has been handed down to one of the three men charged with growing large amounts of marijuana. Read Full Article
 
Lansing Woman Allegedly Operating Meth Lab Bound Over For Trial

Lansing Woman Allegedly Operating Meth Lab Bound Over For Trial

A woman facing charges connected to the alleged operation of a meth lab has been bound over for trial. Read Full Article
 
Big Brothers Big Sisters Honors Mentors and Donors

Big Brothers Big Sisters Honors Mentors and Donors

Volunteers and businesses that support a local mentoring organization were honored at a breakfast this morning in Howell. Read Full Article
 
New Faces And Roles At Howell DDA's First Meeting Of 2016

New Faces And Roles At Howell DDA's First Meeting Of 2016

The Howell Main Street and Downtown Development Authority promoted Heather Ruby to Vice President and elected Scott Henman and Mary Helfmann to vacant chairs. Read Full Article
 
Local Rep Celebrates Mentors With Free Movie Event

Local Rep Celebrates Mentors With Free Movie Event

The importance of mentorship will be recognized this weekend during a free movie event in Howell. Read Full Article
 
Emails Show State Was Providing Purified Water To Employees While Telling Flint Residents It Was Safe To Drink

Emails Show State Was Providing Purified Water To Employees While Telling Flint Residents It Was Safe To Drink

Officials were arranging for coolers of purified water so their employees wouldn't have to drink from the taps. Read Full Article
 
Authorities Investigating Credit Card Skimmer Found At Local Gas Station

Authorities Investigating Credit Card Skimmer Found At Local Gas Station

A credit card skimmer has been found at a Howell gas station and police are working to figure out who installed it. Read Full Article
 
Hell's Proprietor Honored During Brighton Chamber's Annual Ceremony

Hell's Proprietor Honored During Brighton Chamber's Annual Ceremony

John Colone, the self-proclaimed Mayor of Hell, was granted the Distinguished Service Award of Excellence. Read Full Article
 
Five Candidates Seek Vacant Brighton City Council Seat

Five Candidates Seek Vacant Brighton City Council Seat

There are five candidates in the running for a vacant seat on the Brighton City Council.

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April Trial Set For South Lyon Woman Charged In Fatal Crash

April Trial Set For South Lyon Woman Charged In Fatal Crash

A South Lyon woman is heading to trial on charges related to a drunk-driving crash that killed her mother.
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Innovative Program Cuts Disciplinary Referrals In Half At Brighton School

Innovative Program Cuts Disciplinary Referrals In Half At Brighton School

The “Leader In Me” program, which started in the fall, is an adaptation of Stephen Covey’s highly successful motivational book “The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People.” Read Full Article
 
Thursday, January 28
Sitting Judges Seek Same 53rd District Court Seat

Sitting Judges Seek Same 53rd District Court Seat

Two sitting 53rd District Court judges are seeking election to the same seat. Read Full Article
 
Pedestrian Killed After Being Struck By Two Vehicles

Pedestrian Killed After Being Struck By Two Vehicles

A morning incident in Tyrone Township that claimed the life of a Fenton man is under investigation.
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As Hartland Walmart Closes, Questions Begin About Future Of Building

As Hartland Walmart Closes, Questions Begin About Future Of Building

Less than 7 years after it opened to much fanfare, the Hartland Walmart Supercenter is closing its doors to the public today. Read Full Article
 
Grant Funds Could Help With Hamburg Township Trail Project

Grant Funds Could Help With Hamburg Township Trail Project

Grant funds from the state of Michigan’s Natural Resources Trust may help one local township connect its non-motorized trail to a larger system. Read Full Article
 
Volunteers Needed Sunday For Event To Restock Salvation Army Pantry

Volunteers Needed Sunday For Event To Restock Salvation Army Pantry

Gleaners Community Food Bank and Kroger are coming together to help stock the Salvation Army of Livingston County's Food Pantry. Read Full Article
 
Court Of Appeals Allows Whistleblower Claim In Lawsuit Against Hartland Schools

Court Of Appeals Allows Whistleblower Claim In Lawsuit Against Hartland Schools

Both sides are claiming victory after a recent ruling reversing and affirming claims in a case against Hartland Consolidated Schools filed by a former administrator. Read Full Article
 
Putnam Township "Very Interested" In Buying Pinckney Elementary

Putnam Township "Very Interested" In Buying Pinckney Elementary

Putnam Township is tossing around the idea of purchasing Pinckney Elementary School and has decided to look into the possibility a little further. Read Full Article
 
Two Bomb Threats Made At Local High School Within Days Of Each Other

Two Bomb Threats Made At Local High School Within Days Of Each Other

Authorities are investigating the two bomb threats that were recently made at Linden High School. Read Full Article
 
Highland Man Charged With Stealing Car And Larceny

Highland Man Charged With Stealing Car And Larceny

A man has been arraigned on charges connected to a stolen vehicle and several larcenies in Highland Township. Read Full Article
 
South Lyon Board Of Review To Come Under Perjury Investigation

South Lyon Board Of Review To Come Under Perjury Investigation

Councilwoman Maggie Kurtzweil caused a divide in City Council when she announced she filed a complaint about a possible perjury case with the Board of Review. Read Full Article
 
Wednesday, January 27
Local Man Hired To Help Snyder With Public Relations During Flint Crisis

Local Man Hired To Help Snyder With Public Relations During Flint Crisis

The Flint water crisis has again brought a Livingston County man to the center of attention. Read Full Article
 
Man Charged After Break-In, Scuffle At Milford Police Officer's Home

Man Charged After Break-In, Scuffle At Milford Police Officer's Home

A man is facing charges after breaking in to a Milford police officer’s home. Read Full Article
 
Hit Show Sparks Debate Over Criminal Justice System

Hit Show Sparks Debate Over Criminal Justice System

The hit Netflix series "Making a Murderer" is raising questions about the state of the criminal-justice system, but advocates say that’s a good thing. Read Full Article
 
Local High Schools To Take Part In Safe Teen Driving Program

Local High Schools To Take Part In Safe Teen Driving Program

Efforts from the state to make teens better, safer drivers will include a program that will be used at some local high schools. Read Full Article
 
Howell School Board Files Unfair Labor Practice Complaint Against Teacher's Union

Howell School Board Files Unfair Labor Practice Complaint Against Teacher's Union

The board decided to file a charge against its teacher’s union in hopes of resolving an ongoing issue. Read Full Article
 
New Four-Way Stop Planned At Intersection Of Fieldcrest & Silver Lake Road

New Four-Way Stop Planned At Intersection Of Fieldcrest & Silver Lake Road

A new four-way stop with a flashing red beacon is expected to address safety concerns at the intersection of Fieldcrest and Silver Lake Roads in Green Oak Township.
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Brighton Township Talks Settlement Strategy In Gravel Pit Lawsuit

Brighton Township Talks Settlement Strategy In Gravel Pit Lawsuit

Brighton Township is working towards a resolution with a local company that is refusing to come through on their end of a development agreement. Read Full Article
 
Brighton School Board OKs Equipment for Fitness Center

Brighton School Board OKs Equipment for Fitness Center

The Brighton Board of Education has approved the purchase of $334,000 worth of fitness and conditioning equipment for the new high school fitness center. Read Full Article
 
Local Bank Offering Community Scholarships To High School Seniors

Local Bank Offering Community Scholarships To High School Seniors

Local high school senior students have until March to apply for a community scholarship program.
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Tuesday, January 26
Pinckney Man Wins $1 Million Powerball Prize

Pinckney Man Wins $1 Million Powerball Prize

A Pinckney man is a millionaire in another big local lottery win. Read Full Article
 
Suspect Facing Charges In Highland Township Car Theft, Larceny

Suspect Facing Charges In Highland Township Car Theft, Larceny

Criminal charges are pending for a suspect who authorities believe is responsible for stealing a car and several larcenies in Highland Township. Read Full Article
 
Council Approves Engineering For McPherson Park Drive Rehab Project

Council Approves Engineering For McPherson Park Drive Rehab Project

A proposal for engineering services to reconstruct a heavily traveled truck route was before the Howell City Council Monday night and received unanimous approval.
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Congressman Bishop Targeted By National Political Action Committee

Congressman Bishop Targeted By National Political Action Committee

EMILY’s List, a political action committee that aims to help elect pro-choice Democratic female candidates, put the 8th District Republican onto its “On Notice” list for 2016, Read Full Article
 
Winter Band Camp Helps Kids Grow In Music And Teamwork Skills

Winter Band Camp Helps Kids Grow In Music And Teamwork Skills

Spending the weekend in school isn’t appealing to many students but for some local band kids it was worth it to better their musical talents.
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Mom Sentenced After Being Convicted Of Molesting Son While "Blackout Drunk"

Mom Sentenced After Being Convicted Of Molesting Son While "Blackout Drunk"

A Livingston County woman has been sentenced in a molestation case involving her son. Read Full Article
 
School Board Agrees To New Contract For Home Show & Balloonfest, Diverts Funds Directly To District

School Board Agrees To New Contract For Home Show & Balloonfest, Diverts Funds Directly To District

Howell Schools will directly benefit from two large area events after approving a new contract Monday night. Read Full Article
 
Transition To New Trash Hauler Underway In City Of Howell

Transition To New Trash Hauler Underway In City Of Howell

Changes to garbage and recycling service in the City of Howell go into effect this week. Read Full Article
 
Separate Trials Granted For Men Charged With Growing Marijuana

Separate Trials Granted For Men Charged With Growing Marijuana

Two of the three local men charged with illegally growing large amounts of marijuana will appear in court for separate trials. Read Full Article
 
United Way Receives Energizing Updates From Community Coalitions

United Way Receives Energizing Updates From Community Coalitions

The Livingston County United Way is noting the inspiring work of community coalitions. Read Full Article
 
Monday, January 25
Mom Sentenced For Molesting Son

Mom Sentenced For Molesting Son

A Livingston County woman has been sentenced in a molestation case involving her son. Read Full Article
 
County Approves Refinancing Of Hartland Township Sewer Bonds

County Approves Refinancing Of Hartland Township Sewer Bonds

County Commissioners recently met and approved the refinancing of sewer bonds in Hartland Township.
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Grant To Help Expand Access To VINA Clinic

Grant To Help Expand Access To VINA Clinic

Low-income residents in need of dental care will have increased access thanks to a recent grant award. Read Full Article
 
Pinckney Schools Celebrate 10th Anniversary Of Side-By-Side Concert

Pinckney Schools Celebrate 10th Anniversary Of Side-By-Side Concert

A yearly concert will bring student-comprised orchestras together with professional musicians to perform for the community. Read Full Article
 
Authority Sets Rate For Millage Proposal

Authority Sets Rate For Millage Proposal

The current, 1.25-mill fire millage is set to expire on Dec. 31st of this year. Read Full Article
 
IAFC Argues For Activation Of FM Chips In Cell Phones

IAFC Argues For Activation Of FM Chips In Cell Phones

Local fire chiefs are joining with the International Association of Fire Chiefs and wireless carriers in their fight to activate FM chips in cell phones. Read Full Article
 
Nominees Sought For 2016 Women's History Roll Of Honor

Nominees Sought For 2016 Women's History Roll Of Honor

This is the final week for nominations to the 2016 Brighton Area Women’s History Roll of Honor.
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Scrap Metal Drive Wraps Up This Weekend

Scrap Metal Drive Wraps Up This Weekend

A local nonprofit organization’s scrap-metal drive will wrap up this weekend. Read Full Article
 
Auto Insider To Hold Book Signing In Howell

Auto Insider To Hold Book Signing In Howell

Jason Vines is the former Head of Public Relations for Ford and Chrysler. Read Full Article
 
Sunday, January 24
Marijuana Moratorium Stands In Howell While City Awaits Legislation

Marijuana Moratorium Stands In Howell While City Awaits Legislation

A local municipality is keeping the same regulations on marijuana in place until there is movement at the state level. Read Full Article
 
Registration Open For Citizen Police Academy

Registration Open For Citizen Police Academy

Area citizens are being invited to take advantage of an opportunity to learn about what really goes on behind the scenes in law enforcement.

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Young Bakers Sought For Brighton Library Cupcake Wars

Young Bakers Sought For Brighton Library Cupcake Wars

A contest in Brighton next month will put local bakers and their cupcakes to the test. Read Full Article
 
Saturday, January 23
Winning Mega Millions Ticket Sold At Local Party Store, Claimed By Dexter Man

Winning Mega Millions Ticket Sold At Local Party Store, Claimed By Dexter Man

A local man has come forward to claim his prize as the winner of the Mega Millions lottery. Read Full Article
 
Murphy Running For Livingston County Sheriff

Murphy Running For Livingston County Sheriff

Livingston County Undersheriff Mike Murphy is running for sheriff. Read Full Article
 
New Trial Date Set For Woman Charged In Fenton Man's Murder

New Trial Date Set For Woman Charged In Fenton Man's Murder

A new trial date has been set for a woman charged in the shooting death of a Fenton man after a mistrial was declared in the case. Read Full Article
 
Second Annual Hartland Winterfest Set at Heritage Park

Second Annual Hartland Winterfest Set at Heritage Park

A popular winter festival is returning for a second year in Hartland Township at the end of the month. Read Full Article
 
United Way Seeks To Recognize Exemplary Volunteers

United Way Seeks To Recognize Exemplary Volunteers

A local organization is seeking nominations of individuals who have exemplified volunteerism in the community. Read Full Article