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Tuesday, May 26
Local Lawmaker Testifies Before Committee On Driver's License Proposal

Local Lawmaker Testifies Before Committee On Driver's License Proposal

A local lawmaker is sponsoring legislation that would give citizens the option to have medical wishes encoded on their driver license. Read Full Article
 
Brighton H.S. Seniors Survive Challenge To Raise Money For Children's Charity

Brighton H.S. Seniors Survive Challenge To Raise Money For Children's Charity

After spending a week inside their school, a group of local high school students was able to raise thousands of dollars for charity.
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Milford Teen Wins Top Girl Scout Honor For Creating Anti-Bullying Program

Milford Teen Wins Top Girl Scout Honor For Creating Anti-Bullying Program

One of Girl Scout’s highest honors was recently awarded to a local teen for her work to prevent bullying. Read Full Article
 
Hartland Parade Draws Thousands To 80th Memorial Day Celebration

Hartland Parade Draws Thousands To 80th Memorial Day Celebration

The threat of rain didn’t deter crowds at the 80th Annual Hartland Memorial Day Celebration. Read Full Article
 
Hune Open To Dialogue On Lifting Auto Direct-Sale Ban

Hune Open To Dialogue On Lifting Auto Direct-Sale Ban

The FTC has called for the Michigan legislature to reconsider its stance on direct-to-consumer auto sales, which was reinforced by a local legislator last fall. Read Full Article
 
Michigan State Police Continues Seat Belt & Safety Enforcement

Michigan State Police Continues Seat Belt & Safety Enforcement

Local and state police agencies continuing seat belt enforcement zones through May 31st but will also target speeding and other safety violations. Read Full Article
 
Trial Set For Convicted Sex Offender From Tyrone

Trial Set For Convicted Sex Offender From Tyrone

A Tyrone Township man found guilty of failing to register as a sex offender who now faces new charges heads to trial in June. Read Full Article
 
Former South Lyon Manager Hired To Run Farmington

Former South Lyon Manager Hired To Run Farmington

The former manager of two local municipalities has been hired to run the City of Farmington. Read Full Article
 
Monday, May 25
Power Restored in Village of Pinckney After Outage

Power Restored in Village of Pinckney After Outage

About 3,900 customers of Detroit Edison were affected Monday morning when power went out, affecting the entire village for a time. Read Full Article
 
Blood Donors Sought During “100 Days of Summer, 100 Days of Hope” Campaign

Blood Donors Sought During “100 Days of Summer, 100 Days of Hope” Campaign

The American Red Cross is kicking off its summer blood collection campaign. Read Full Article
 
Sunday, May 24
Cold Case Team Still Active On Renkoski Disappearance 25 Years Later

Cold Case Team Still Active On Renkoski Disappearance 25 Years Later

The case of an Okemos woman last seen in the Fowlerville area 25 years ago today remains open as a Cold Case Team continues to search for answers. Read Full Article
 
Century-Old Howell Home Destroyed by Flames

Century-Old Howell Home Destroyed by Flames

A century-old Howell home was destroyed in a fire Saturday afternoon according to Howell Fire Department officials, who have not yet determined a cause for the fire. Read Full Article
 
New Development Projects Detailed During Brighton DDA Meeting

New Development Projects Detailed During Brighton DDA Meeting

The Brighton Downtown Development Authority met Tuesday and received an overview of new development projects.
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Saturday, May 23
School Board Approves Spending Based On Latson Road Property Sale

School Board Approves Spending Based On Latson Road Property Sale

The Howell Board of Education approved spending about $1.1 million this month from the sale of the former Latson Road Elementary property. Read Full Article
 
Time In Children's Village Ordered For Boy Who Threatened Milford High

Time In Children's Village Ordered For Boy Who Threatened Milford High

The boy who threatened to "shoot up" the school will get therapy during the several-month sentence. Read Full Article
 
Howell Main Street DDA Recipient of New Fund Development Services

Howell Main Street DDA Recipient of New Fund Development Services

The Howell Main Street Downtown Development Authority has been awarded fund development services provided by the Michigan Main Street Center.
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Friday, May 22
As 25th Anniversary Approaches, Paige Renkoski's Mother Still Awaits Answers

As 25th Anniversary Approaches, Paige Renkoski's Mother Still Awaits Answers

The case of a missing teacher remains unsolved 25 years later but it’s a mystery her mother has never stopped hoping will be solved. Read Full Article
 
Upgrades Proposed For Brighton's 2nd St. Infrastructure

Upgrades Proposed For Brighton's 2nd St. Infrastructure

A company wants to build a $20 million senior assisted living facility in Brighton, but needs $2 million in infrastructure improvements to North Second St. Read Full Article
 
Howell Woman Named State Director for Ted Cruz's Presidential Campaign

Howell Woman Named State Director for Ted Cruz's Presidential Campaign

A local activist involved with the Michigan Republican Party has been added to the presidential campaign team for Ted Cruz.
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Middle-Schoolers Release Salmon As Part Of DNR Project

Middle-Schoolers Release Salmon As Part Of DNR Project

Young salmon were released into the Red Cedar River this month by Highlander Way Middle School students participating in a DNR campaign. Read Full Article
 
Fowlerville Aims Event To Open Up Dialogue On Substance Abuse

Fowlerville Aims Event To Open Up Dialogue On Substance Abuse

A family-friendly event will be held Saturday by a relatively-new anti-drug organization. Read Full Article
 
Howell High School Digital Arts Teacher Recognized as "Courageous Leader"

Howell High School Digital Arts Teacher Recognized as "Courageous Leader"

A Howell High School Teacher has been honored with the 2015 Wall Street Journal Courageous Leader Award.
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Brighton Approves New Contract With Waste Management

Brighton Approves New Contract With Waste Management

Effective July 1, the city of Brighton will have a new, three-year contract with Waste Management, which has provided trash collection for the city since 1997. Read Full Article
 
Lyon Township Sheriff's Substation Newest Rx Drug Drop-Off Site

Lyon Township Sheriff's Substation Newest Rx Drug Drop-Off Site

A prescription drug drop-off site has been added to the Oakland County Sheriff’s Office Lyon Township Substation. Read Full Article
 
Howell School Board Rejects Fiani For LESA Board

Howell School Board Rejects Fiani For LESA Board

A delegate from the board will vote to keep Hill on the LESA Board of Education. Read Full Article
 
Lawmakers Honor Veterans & Fallen Soldiers During Ceremony & Luncheon

Lawmakers Honor Veterans & Fallen Soldiers During Ceremony & Luncheon

Senator Joe Hune welcomed local Veteran Louis Vancuyl to the Senate chamber Thursday during the Michigan Senate’s 21st Annual Memorial Day Service. Read Full Article
 
Yellow Curbs On Main Street In Downtown Brighton Being Repainted

Yellow Curbs On Main Street In Downtown Brighton Being Repainted

Yellow curbs on Main Street being repainted early Saturday and Sunday. Read Full Article
 
Thursday, May 21
Methodist Pastors Will Unite In Marriage While Maintaining Separate Congregations

Methodist Pastors Will Unite In Marriage While Maintaining Separate Congregations

The Pastor of Howell’s First United Methodist Church, George Lewis, and Pastor Sherry Parker of Brighton’s First United Methodist Church, plan to marry this July. Read Full Article
 
MDOT To Lift Restrictions At Many Road Work Sites For Holiday Travel

MDOT To Lift Restrictions At Many Road Work Sites For Holiday Travel

However, conditions and restrictions at the interchange of I-96 and US-23 will remain the same. Read Full Article
 
Authorities Identify Howell Man Found Dead in Parking Lot

Authorities Identify Howell Man Found Dead in Parking Lot

Police have identified a Howell man discovered dead in the parking lot of a store in Blackman Township earlier this week. Read Full Article
 
Hartland Plans Activities For 80th Memorial Day Celebration

Hartland Plans Activities For 80th Memorial Day Celebration

The festivities will cause roads to be closed in the community from 10am to 1pm on Monday. Read Full Article
 
Rumors Of Threat Against Pinckney High Found To Be A Hoax

Rumors Of Threat Against Pinckney High Found To Be A Hoax

An investigation revealed the rumors were false and no threats were made by the student in question. Read Full Article
 
AAA Travel Projections Favorable For Memorial Day Weekend

AAA Travel Projections Favorable For Memorial Day Weekend

After a wickedly cold winter, summer travel is said to be heating up this Memorial Day weekend. Read Full Article
 
Green Oak Township Honors Retiring Fire Chief

Green Oak Township Honors Retiring Fire Chief

The Green Oak Township Board of Trustees read a resolution of recognition and gratitude to retiring Fire Chief William Steele. Read Full Article
 
Mill Street Closed Thursday & Friday For Fenton Streetscape Work

Mill Street Closed Thursday & Friday For Fenton Streetscape Work

The City of Fenton has issued another traffic alert related to the Streetscape project. Read Full Article
 
Group Alleges Area Lawmaker "Tramples Local Control" w/ Vote

Group Alleges Area Lawmaker "Tramples Local Control" w/ Vote

A liberal advocacy group is calling out what it feels were the hypocritical actions of an area lawmaker on the issue of local control.
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Wednesday, May 20
Howell School Board Hires New Superintendent

Howell School Board Hires New Superintendent

By a six to one vote the Howell School Board agreed to hire Erin MacGregor as its new superintendent. Read Full Article
 
Tyrone Board Approves Three-Year Public Safety Assessment

Tyrone Board Approves Three-Year Public Safety Assessment

A similar, but longer and more expensive, assessment was turned down by voters in November. Read Full Article
 
Plans For New Sidewalk Near Hartland High School On Hold

Plans For New Sidewalk Near Hartland High School On Hold

The Hartland Township Board of Trustees have delayed plans to construct a new sidewalk connecting the high school to Settler's Park. Read Full Article
 
Fowlerville Man Bound Over For Trial On Exposure Charges

Fowlerville Man Bound Over For Trial On Exposure Charges

An arraignment will be held next week for a Fowlerville man charged with exposing himself. Read Full Article
 
Volunteers Sought To Represent Kids In Family Court System

Volunteers Sought To Represent Kids In Family Court System

Applications are being accepted for a unique program that trains volunteers to represent children in the county’s family court system. Read Full Article
 
Council Approves Nearly $300K to Fix Structural Issues at Howell City Hall

Council Approves Nearly $300K to Fix Structural Issues at Howell City Hall

Repairs are planned to the east wall of Howell City Hall. Read Full Article
 
Compensation Plan Approved For Tainted Steroid Victims

Compensation Plan Approved For Tainted Steroid Victims

$200 million will be available to compensate creditors and victims who became ill or died as the result of receiving tainted steroid injections. Read Full Article
 
Steps Taken Toward Lake Tyrone Sewer Improvements

Steps Taken Toward Lake Tyrone Sewer Improvements

The township boards in both Hartland and Tyrone approved increasing the size of the contract and creating the SAD for the work. Read Full Article
 
DDA Authorizes Count of Parking Spaces in Downtown Brighton

DDA Authorizes Count of Parking Spaces in Downtown Brighton

The Brighton Downtown Development Authority authorized a count of downtown parking spaces during its monthly May meeting. Read Full Article
 
Tuesday, May 19
Body of Howell Man Discovered in Kmart Parking Lot Tuesday Morning

Body of Howell Man Discovered in Kmart Parking Lot Tuesday Morning

The body of a Howell man was discovered in the parking lot of a store in Blackman Township Tuesday morning but police say the death is not considered suspicious. Read Full Article
 
Brighton Twp & Road Commission To Share Cost of Improvement Project

Brighton Twp & Road Commission To Share Cost of Improvement Project

An agreement between Brighton Township and the Livingston County Road Commission will allow for repair to several local roads. Read Full Article
 
Sentence For Howell Man Will Include IT Mental Health Court

Sentence For Howell Man Will Include IT Mental Health Court

Kyle Bradley pleaded guilty to charges filed after a series of break-ins at the Grand Oaks Ice Arena. Read Full Article
 
Hartland Restaurant Cow Suit Rustled Away

Hartland Restaurant Cow Suit Rustled Away

A cow costume used to attract customers has been rustled from outside a Livingston County restaurant.
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Friday Marks Heat Awareness Day

Friday Marks Heat Awareness Day

Michigan's Heat Awareness Day is Friday and local residents are encouraged to be prepared for those particularly hot summer days that are on the way. Read Full Article
 
Mini-Circles Stay For Now; Howell Councilman Booted From Rec Board

Mini-Circles Stay For Now; Howell Councilman Booted From Rec Board

The divisive topic of removing 16 mini-circles installed as part of a street improvement project dominated Monday’s Howell City Council meeting. Read Full Article
 
Genoa Board Approves Updated Panera Building Design

Genoa Board Approves Updated Panera Building Design

Designers for the project had to go to Panera Bread's corporate office to create changes to the design. Read Full Article
 
First Two of Three Finalists in Howell Superintendent Race Interviewed

First Two of Three Finalists in Howell Superintendent Race Interviewed

Howell Public Schools are close to an end to their search for a Superintendent with two of the final three interviews over. Read Full Article
 
Marion Man Found Competent After Allegedly Threatening Family

Marion Man Found Competent After Allegedly Threatening Family

Attorneys sought a second evaluation for Brandon Gale, but he was once again found competent to stand trial. Read Full Article
 
Monday, May 18
Accidents Shut Down Both Directions of I-96 Near D-19 in Howell

Accidents Shut Down Both Directions of I-96 Near D-19 in Howell

Accidents forced the closure of I-96 near D-19 in Howell this afternoon. Read Full Article
 
Group Ride & Ceremony Honor Fallen Livingston County Veterans

Group Ride & Ceremony Honor Fallen Livingston County Veterans

Dozens of members of Rolling Thunder chapters from across Southeast Michigan made a group ride and held a ceremony to pay tribute to local fallen soldiers Read Full Article
 
Traffic Shift & Road Closures Planned in Downtown Fenton This Week

Traffic Shift & Road Closures Planned in Downtown Fenton This Week

A traffic shift and newly scheduled road closure have been announced as part of the Fenton Streetscape project. Read Full Article
 
Advocates Continue Work to Change Attitudes About Underage Drinking

Advocates Continue Work to Change Attitudes About Underage Drinking

With graduation and other celebrations taking place across Livingston County this time of year, the push is on to raise awareness about the dangers of underage drinking. Read Full Article
 
Appeals Courts Uphold Conviction & Sentence In Pinckney Money Scam

Appeals Courts Uphold Conviction & Sentence In Pinckney Money Scam

A West Michigan man with more than 50 criminal convictions lost his appeal for pulling a con job at a Pinckney gas station. Read Full Article
 
Part-Time Fowlerville Cop Suspended After Alcohol-Fueled Strip Club Fight

Part-Time Fowlerville Cop Suspended After Alcohol-Fueled Strip Club Fight

An off-duty Fowlerville police officer is suspended following allegations that he got into a fight while intoxicated at a strip club.
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Deerfield Township Couple Bound Over On Felony Child Abuse Charges

Deerfield Township Couple Bound Over On Felony Child Abuse Charges

A Deerfield Township couple is heading to trial on felony child abuse charges.
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Annual Relay Celebrates Cancer Survivors, Remembers Lives Lost

Annual Relay Celebrates Cancer Survivors, Remembers Lives Lost

With $28,000 having been raised so far, Brighton Relay for Life officials are sure the totals will go up as donations continue to come in. Read Full Article
 
Acclaimed Michigan Theater To Make Summer Tour Stop In Howell

Acclaimed Michigan Theater To Make Summer Tour Stop In Howell

The Purple Rose Theatre Company will be on tour this summer, with a stop planned for Livingston County. Read Full Article
 
Trial of Stockbridge Man Charged in Deputy's Death Approaching

Trial of Stockbridge Man Charged in Deputy's Death Approaching

The attorney representing a former Hamburg Township man charged in the death of an Ingham County sheriff's deputy says they’re preparing for trial. Read Full Article
 
Sunday, May 17
Church Addition Requires Approval From Morse Lake Property Owners

Church Addition Requires Approval From Morse Lake Property Owners

The 2|42 Community Church is seeking permission from residents and the county to increase the speed with which it discharges storm water into Morse Lake. Read Full Article
 
Brighton Students Perform Well in National Chemistry Olympiad

Brighton Students Perform Well in National Chemistry Olympiad

Brighton High School students Ethan Curtis and Lily Ireton scored highly in both the state and national Chemistry Olympiads held recently. Read Full Article
 
Local Women Mobilize & Help Build Habitat for Humanity Project

Local Women Mobilize & Help Build Habitat for Humanity Project

Area women volunteer for Livingston County Habitat for Humanity project as part of National Women Build Week. Read Full Article
 
Saturday, May 16
Rogers Set To Host CNN Series On Covert Operations

Rogers Set To Host CNN Series On Covert Operations

Mike Rogers, the former Republican chairman of the House Intelligence Committee from Howell, will host an eight-part series on CNN next year on America’s covert operations. Read Full Article
 
Local Woman Enters Plea in Fatal Wrong-Way Crash

Local Woman Enters Plea in Fatal Wrong-Way Crash

A local woman has entered a plea in connection with a Howell Township crash that claimed the life of an unborn child. Read Full Article
 
Howell City Councilman Wants Mini-Circles Removed From Streets

Howell City Councilman Wants Mini-Circles Removed From Streets

Councilman Doug Heins still pushing to prioritize mini-circle removal despite multiple facility and budget challenges facing the city. Read Full Article
 
Brighton's Bridge Alternative School to Offer New Online Program

Brighton's Bridge Alternative School to Offer New Online Program

The Bridge Alternative High School in Brighton will launch a new online program in the fall. Read Full Article
 
New Summer Series Features Live Music & Food in Downtown Howell

New Summer Series Features Live Music & Food in Downtown Howell

A new monthly summer music and food series will be kicking off in downtown Howell.
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Friday, May 15
D-19 Construction Project To Start Next Month, Westbound I-96 Ramps To Close

D-19 Construction Project To Start Next Month, Westbound I-96 Ramps To Close

Construction on D-19 in the Howell area will result in lengthy detours for motorists after school lets out for the summer. Read Full Article
 
Brighton’s 24-Hour Relay for Life Event Underway

Brighton’s 24-Hour Relay for Life Event Underway

Brighton's Relay for Life event is part of a movement symbolizing hope and a shared goal to end the disease that impacts so many lives. Read Full Article
 
GOP Presidential Contender Set To Speak To County Republicans

GOP Presidential Contender Set To Speak To County Republicans

Livingston County Republicans will be hosting Senator Ted Cruz at their Lincoln Day Dinner on Wednesday, June 3rd.
Read Full Article
 
Ribbon Cut On Addition To Fenton Community & Cultural Center

Ribbon Cut On Addition To Fenton Community & Cultural Center

Officials in Fenton gathered for a ribbon-cutting ceremony for the new additions to the Fenton Community and Cultural Center. Read Full Article
 
Prison Sentence Ordered For Knife-Point Robbery Of Supermarket

Prison Sentence Ordered For Knife-Point Robbery Of Supermarket

A man charged in a knife-point robbery of a Tyrone Township store has been sentenced. Read Full Article
 
Zale Found Guilty Of Second-Degree Murder

Zale Found Guilty Of Second-Degree Murder

A Marion Township man charged with open murder for an incident that took place at the intersection of Grand River and Chilson Road, has been convicted of second degree murder. Read Full Article
 
Lawmakers Share Mixed Views On New House Plan To Fix Michigan Roads

Lawmakers Share Mixed Views On New House Plan To Fix Michigan Roads

Lawmakers who represent Livingston County in Lansing are weighing in on another controversial plan to fix Michigan’s roads and bridges.
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Dinner To Benefit Livingston County Veterans Treatment Foundation

Dinner To Benefit Livingston County Veterans Treatment Foundation

The American Legion Post in Howell will host a fundraising event this weekend to support the Livingston County Veterans Treatment Foundation. Read Full Article
 
Pharmacist Sentenced To Probation For Stealing Pills

Pharmacist Sentenced To Probation For Stealing Pills

A Hartland Township pharmacist accused of stealing pills for personal use from her employer has been sentenced to probation. Read Full Article
 
Thursday, May 14
Jury Convicts Man of 2nd Degree Murder in Road Rage Shooting

Jury Convicts Man of 2nd Degree Murder in Road Rage Shooting

After two full days of deliberations, a jury has convicted a Marion Township man of 2nd degree murder in a road rage shooting.

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Jury Convicts Man of 2nd Degree Murder in Road Rage Shooting

Jury Convicts Man of 2nd Degree Murder in Road Rage Shooting

A local jury has found a Marion Township man guilty of 2nd degree murder for firing the shot that killed a motorist after a road rage incident. Read Full Article
 
Jury In Road Rage Death Wants Details On Premeditation

Jury In Road Rage Death Wants Details On Premeditation

A local jury wants more information as it continues deliberations today in the murder trial of a Marion Township man. Read Full Article
 
Cleary's Pub Among Winners In Howell DDA Preservation Awards

Cleary's Pub Among Winners In Howell DDA Preservation Awards

A ceremony recognized property and business owners who made significant investments towards preserving the historic nature of Downtown Howell. Read Full Article
 
Court Date Set For Brighton Man Arrested While High On Acid

Court Date Set For Brighton Man Arrested While High On Acid

A court date is set next week for a Brighton man arrested after being caught naked in in a Genoa Township subdivision while high on acid. Read Full Article
 
Trial Ordered For Three Men Charged In Illegal Pot Growing Operation

Trial Ordered For Three Men Charged In Illegal Pot Growing Operation

Three local men have been bound over trial after police say they were growing large quantities of marijuana illegally. Read Full Article
 
Event Aims To Push Up Funds For Veterans

Event Aims To Push Up Funds For Veterans

The public is being invited to flex their muscles in a fundraiser for military veterans trying to adjust to civilian life. Read Full Article
 
Jury In Road Rage Case Resumes 2nd Day Of Deliberations Today

Jury In Road Rage Case Resumes 2nd Day Of Deliberations Today

A local jury will continue deliberations today in the murder trial of a Marion Township man. Read Full Article
 
Services Set For Hartland Woman Killed In Car Crash

Services Set For Hartland Woman Killed In Car Crash

Funeral services have been set for a Livingston County woman killed earlier this week in a Mid-Michigan car crash. Read Full Article
 
Work Progressing On Livingston County Jail Expansion Project

Work Progressing On Livingston County Jail Expansion Project

Minor issues resulted in some delays but work is back on track and the Livingston County Jail addition should be done on schedule in the fall.
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District Looks Into Possible Technology Ballot Issue

District Looks Into Possible Technology Ballot Issue

Administrators with Howell Public Schools are looking into a ballot issue to fund technology improvements with the permission of the Board of Education. Read Full Article
 
24-Hour Brighton Relay for Life Fundraiser This Friday & Saturday

24-Hour Brighton Relay for Life Fundraiser This Friday & Saturday

Brighton’s Relay for Life fundraiser kicks off Friday and the community is encouraged to take part in the experience. Read Full Article
 
Wednesday, May 13
No Jury Verdict After Full Day of Deliberations in Fatal Road Rage Trial

No Jury Verdict After Full Day of Deliberations in Fatal Road Rage Trial

A local jury has not yet reached a verdict in a fatal road rage shooting that happened at an intersection in the middle of the afternoon last September.
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Fate Of Road Rage Suspect Now Up To Local Jury

Fate Of Road Rage Suspect Now Up To Local Jury

Today marks the first full day of jury deliberations in the open murder trial of a Marion Township man charged in a fatal road rage shooting. Read Full Article
 
Linden District Achieves Cardiac Preparedness For 4th Year In A Row

Linden District Achieves Cardiac Preparedness For 4th Year In A Row

Once again, a local district has been recognized for its efforts to respond to cardiac emergencies. Read Full Article
 
Mini-Grants Awarded Towards Substance Abuse Prevention

Mini-Grants Awarded Towards Substance Abuse Prevention

Two mini-grants were paid out by the Livingston County Community Alliance for local projects aimed at reducing substance abuse in schools. Read Full Article
 
New Hotel Is One Step Closer In Green Oak Township

New Hotel Is One Step Closer In Green Oak Township

A new hotel in Green Oak Township is one step closer to becoming a reality. Read Full Article
 
Dexter Area Historical Society Awarded Grant Funds for Gordon Hall

Dexter Area Historical Society Awarded Grant Funds for Gordon Hall

A Dexter non-profit is among seven awarded state grant funds to support historic rehabilitation efforts. Read Full Article
 
Howell Board Narrows Search For New Superintendent

Howell Board Narrows Search For New Superintendent

The Howell Board of Education has narrowed the search for its next superintendent down to three finalists. Read Full Article
 
Hartland Woman Killed In Mid-Michigan Crash

Hartland Woman Killed In Mid-Michigan Crash

A traffic accident in Gratiot County on Monday afternoon took the life of a Hartland woman. Read Full Article
 
City Website Adds Section To Assist In Crime Prevention

City Website Adds Section To Assist In Crime Prevention

The Brighton Police Department has added a new facet to the city’s website aimed at helping residents avoid becoming the victims of crime. Read Full Article