After K-9 Niko retired in June, Fowlerville Community School District officials saw the importance of using the K-9 Program to keep drugs out of schools, and donated $4,500 toward the purchase and training of a new dog, Hank, about a third of the $14,000 cost.
The Livingston County Republican Party announced Wednesday that Lisa Posthumus Lyons, candidate for Lt. Governor, will serve as the Master of Ceremonies at their annual fall Reagan Day Dinner later this month.
Today, representatives from ESPN and Special Olympics of Michigan are at the high school filming background footage and then conducting focus group interviews with six students who participate in the program.
32-year-old Michael Phinn of Fowlerville, who worked as a medical resident in the MSU Neurology Clinic, faces charges including first- and second-degree criminal sexual conduct, assault and aggravated indecent exposure.
In a filing on Monday, the Michigan Judicial Tenure Commission amended their ongoing complaint against Brennan to include allegations of persistent failure to treat persons fairly or courteously, conduct clearly prejudicial to the administration of justice and making false statements.
The township’s contract with GFL will end the week of October 22nd, while Advanced Disposal will begin refuse collection services the week of October 29th and recycling services the week of November 5th.
The Livingston County Veterans Services Committee delivered a report to the Board of Commissioners Monday night that was related to finances but failed to address accusations of mismanagement and improper handling of donations.
With word that the Michigan Attorney General's Office has joined State Police in investigating a misappropriated donation, documents appear to confirm that the chair of the Livingston County Veterans Services Committee improperly, and potentially illegally, cashed a donor's check followed by an effort to conceal it, which may have been the motivation to fire the department's director.
The luncheon will feature three area women and highlight their accomplishments, including Olivia Venuto, a Michigan State University Larry Nassar survivor who will share her experience and how she overcame tremendous obstacles.
A group of 25 veterans from Livingston, Ingham, and North Oakland counties are endorsing Elissa Slotkin. Among them is Matt McKenna, a Brighton-area Army veteran who served as an Infantry Army Captain in Iraq.
Colleen Turk, the Democratic candidate for Michigan’s 47th State House seat, says the forum will give attendees a chance to learn how immigration works by hearing directly from people who work in immigration and from people whose families recently immigrated to the U.S.
The event was moderated by Chamber President Rick Beaudin, who made a point to note the chamber was proud to have invited candidates from all parties for contested races at the local, state and federal level.
The statue will be unveiled on Sunday, November 4th at 1pm on the lawn of the Howell Carnegie District Library. Following the statue unveiling there will be a gathering at the Howell Opera House to celebrate Duane Zemper’s 99th Birthday.
35-year-old Robert McKee pleaded not guilty by reason insanity in Livingston County Circuit Court last week. He will now be evaluated at the Center for Forensic Psychiatry in Saline for at least 60 days.
Appearing Sunday on WDIV-TV’s “Flashpoint,” Bishop declared he wasn’t “going to be chased out of this district by Nancy Pelosi" to which Slotkin responded by saying Pelosi didn’t recruit her for the race, but instead, “Mike Bishop recruited me into this race the minute he voted to completely obliterate protections for people with pre-existing conditions."
Fantasy of Lights Director Michelle Tokan says because the parade is a downtown event, it’s only fitting to recognize Howell Main Street, the winner of the 2018 Great American Main Street Award, in the parade.
The meeting was led by the Huron River Watershed Council, along with Milford, Milford Township and Wixom officials, and representatives from the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality and Michigan Department of Health and Human Services.
Following allegations of questionable spending, improper handling of donations and conflicts of interest, the Livingston County Board of Commissioners is requesting a formal financial report from the Veterans Services Committee.
The township was recently contacted by a resident who suggested a township-wide burn ban; however officials think that would be "hard fought", and that a compromise or other options could be considered.
Tribar Manufacturing has been given until October 19th to come up with a detailed plan on how the contamination occurred and how it plans to prevent further discharges from its Wixom location. But Hamburg officials say the delay is unacceptable.
Narrated and executive produced by Academy Award-winning actor Chris Cooper, it is described as pointing “to a future in which people of all abilities can fully participate in higher education, meaningful employment and intimate relationships.”
Documents point to Hansel Keene as the target of a State Police investigation into a missing donation, while a look at committee records has turned up nearly $5,000 in payments from the county's veterans relief fund to a committee member.
12 Livingston County manufacturing companies will open their doors to more than 300 students from Brighton, Fowlerville, Hartland, Howell, Pinckney, Whitmore Lake, FlexTech, Innovation Academy, and Kensington Woods high schools.
The MDEQ confirmed that a single industrial wastewater customer in Wixom, identified as Tribar Manufacturing, is the only identified “enforceable” source of the contamination. The company, which is based in Howell, now has until October 19th to inform the City of Wixom how the contamination occurred and a detailed work plan on how it will be prevented.