Saturday, June 30, 2018
A retirement open house was held Friday for Hamburg Township Fire Chief Mark Hogrebe.
A sinkhole had to be repaired in the City of Brighton Friday and resulted in a road closure.
Lane restrictions will be removed and several programs across the state will be paused from July 3rd until the 5th.
The deadline to submit was June 20th and the township received only one proposal from Lockwood Companies to develop the land.
A community event celebrating the arts and showcasing local and regional artists will take over downtown Fenton this July.
Friday, June 29, 2018
Michael Rodriguez of Howell has received the Carnegie Medal of Honor for his selfless act of heroism in saving a motorist last July.
North American Brokers, a real estate agent and real estate broker, filed suit against Howell Public Schools in 2015, alleging that they had engaged a buyer to purchase the former Latson Road Elementary School property owned by the district but received no broker commission for the sale.
18-year-old Ryan DeBruyne of Green Oak Township is charged with making a false report or threat of terrorism after allegedly sending a friend a Snapchat message on February 16th, asking if he would like to re-enact the Florida school shooting two days before that left 17 people dead.
The library has seen record attendance since re-opening on the site of the former Curtis Grocery Store.
Neighbors fed up with looking at what they consider an eyesore property has prompted the Howell City Council to look at potential ordinance revisions related to code enforcement.
Superintendent Greg Gray, who is also Brighton’s human resources director, will again be the chief negotiator for the district.
21-year old Kamil Gillette of Detroit had been charged with two counts of carjacking and one count of receiving and concealing stolen goods for the March 14th incident in the parking lot of the Prospect Hill shopping plaza.
Preliminary plans have been approved for the building set to be located in the Crossroads Town Center adjacent to M-59.
Andy Younger is the race director for the Crim Fitness Foundation, where he works with staff to direct the organization’s efforts to create healthy communities through physical activity, nutrition and mindfulness.
Thursday, June 28, 2018
Two years ago, the chronic absence rate at Hartland High School was 22%, while this past year it was just 6%.
31-year-old Antonio Matthew King of Ypsilanti was taken into custody Sunday after the homeowner reported an intoxicated man had broken through her front door and smashed two windows.
The city’s planning commission recommended that city council adopt ordinance changes that would only allow storage tents in back yards.
The ZBA felt that neighboring landscape created the need to help owners of The Meeting Place with gaining greater visibility for their sign.
The St. Joseph Mercy Brighton Cancer Center unveiled its new Varian True Beam Linear Accelerator with a ribbon-cutting ceremony and celebration in honor of National Cancer Survivors Month.
Recycle Livingston plans to remove their current building to construct a new one with an associated parking lot on site.
Kenneth Helbig and Nicholas Cashero are facing numerous felonies connected to the June 17th break-in at Best Self Storage in Hartland Township.
Exchange students are set to arrive this summer from Turkey, Bulgaria and Germany to stay with several local families.
Spending in the Brighton Area School District will go up moderately in the coming fiscal year as a result of action on the 18-19 budget by the Board of Education.
Wednesday, June 27, 2018
Jason Spiller, who had served as director for the Southeastern Livingston County Recreation Authority, has accepted a position managing Camp Dearborn in Milford and its golf courses.
Brighton City Manager Nate Geinzer has promoted Senior Community Development Associate Michael Caruso to the position of Community Development Manager.
In the coming months, the Brighton Board of Education will be taking a second look at a bond issue that members have decided against putting on the ballot this November.
Two popular fireworks displays at local Metroparks will light up the sky later this week.
The County’s Chief Judge, Miriam Cavanugh, said Judge Reader should have disqualified himself before making several rulings, not after. She further referred the matter to the State Court Administrative Office to assign a judge from another county.
Members and supporters of the American Legion Devereaux Post 141 have questions and concerns for township officials regarding the legion’s proposed billboard and how it could be affected by the municipality’s sign ordinance that’s under review.
A public open house to discuss and share thoughts with city officials is scheduled from 6-8pm tonight at City Hall, downtown.
The former Livingston County commissioner is challenging incumbent and former Livingston County Sheriff Bob Bezotte, who has filed for re-election. Democrat Kasey Helton has also filed for the District 6 seat.
Tuesday, June 26, 2018
Police say a male believed to be the driver and sole occupant of the vehicle has been identified as a 62-year-old resident of Pinckney and that his family has been notified. They did not release the man's name.
Motorists traveling along a stretch of US-23 in northern Livingston County will encounter a lane closure later this week.
A new Master Plan for Livingston County has been drafted and will be able to be accessed online through Livingston County's website.
The series' second concert will be held on the library's south lawn on Wednesday, June 27th, at 7pm and features “The Ragbirds”
Kristin Coleman, who serves on Round Elementary School's PTO, has been chosen to fill a trustee vacancy on the district's Board of Education.
Retiring members of the Howell Police Department were recognized during Monday night’s City Council meeting, along with a new hire.
An appeal of a ruling to dismiss rape charges against 63-year-old Ningan Hu will continue with the Michigan Court of Appeals, which this week denied a motion by Hu’s attorney to prevent certain issues being raised by the prosecution.
Monday, June 25, 2018
A charge of Reckless/Heedless Use of a Firearm was filed against a 64-year-old Farmington man after his gun was found April 21st in a portable bathroom at the Merrill Soccer Field in Hamburg Township.
A construction project is starting up on D-19 in Marion Township.
Alcohol is believed to be a factor on behalf of the motorcycle operator.
Northfield Township Police remind community members that neither local or federal courts will notify someone by text or email of an outstanding warrant.
The pilot, believed to be a Mason man, directed his crippled balloon to the waters of Thompson Lake, where he was pulled out by two people in a fishing boat.
Last week's rescue of 108 animals came after another recent one involving 71 animals in Augusta Township May 25th. Because of those two rescues, the Humane Society of Huron Valley is encouraging people to adopt from their facility and is discounting adoption fees for a limited time.
Some intersection repairs are scheduled to get underway this week in the Village of Milford, which could result in some traffic delays.
The event benefits the Jimmy Howard Foundation, which supports research of treatment and cures for disease including, but not limited to, cancer and arthritis.
The City of Brighton is encouraging people to participate in this year's Chalk Art Event.
The Balloonfest committee drew the winners for this year's balloon competition as both competitive flights early Saturday and Sunday morning were canceled due to weather.
Sunday, June 24, 2018
The Brighton City Council has approved a special land use permit and the final site plan for a historic home at 142 Brighton Lake Road.
A hot air balloon that was part of a morning launch during Balloonfest hit a power line this morning and plummeted into Thompson Lake in Howell.
The League of Women Voters are encouraging Livingston County voters to visit their website for election questions.
The local jobless rate improved just slightly from April to May.
Saturday, June 23, 2018
The four communities will benefit from recently announced funding for projects that encourage walking and biking or address traffic safety, as well as planning assistance.
The new trail built by volunteers is operational at the Island Lake State Recreation Area.
Fireworks, a parade, free family activities and a race are all part of this year's line-up.
The City of Brighton is looking for a new member to join their Arts and Culture Commission.
Owen Poloski spent four years on the CSPA Gems and will continue his education with a focus on robotics at Kettering University.
Friday, June 22, 2018
Green Oak Police Chief Jason Pless says he spoke with the Construction Manager earlier this week and he feels that the project is on target to be completed sometime late this fall.
The budget picture for Brighton Area Schools is looking pretty rosy.
Nearly 3,000 residents in Linden and Fenton Township were without electricity earlier this week after a squirrel damaged a Consumers Energy substation.
The program helps put healthy meals on the plates of children in families that may be struggling with food needs while school is out.
An elderly Hamburg Township woman was struck by a vehicle while walking in a grocery store parking lot.
Indivisible Livingston says Congressman Mike Bishop's campaign committee received $7,000 from The Geo Group Inc.'s Political Action Committee. Among other things, the company operates detention centers holding immigrants.
A ruptured sewer line on Rickett Road in Brighton will be repaired as a result of action by the Brighton City Council.
Corrigan Environmental Wood Solutions will operate in wholesale landscaping sales and be open to the public.
Thursday, June 21, 2018
Motorists are being advised of the various lane and ramp closures tonight on US-23 in Livingston County.
The 128 bed facility would be located at the former site of the Maxey School for Boys.
Honor survivors, remember loved ones who have passed, meet with experts, and take a tour of the Brighton Cancer Center this coming Tuesday.
The Board of Trustees took the recommendation of the county treasurer on not purchasing the property at 9150 Spicer Road.
Owner Courtney Atsalakis plans to convert the house on Walnut Street into a women's sober living home, which would be named The Amber Reineck House in memory of her sister who died of a heroin overdose in 2015.
The CAP trains volunteers to carry out emergency services and disaster relief, locally and across the nation.
18-year-old Sophia Buttazzoni of Commerce Township was a passenger in the car driven by Jordan Watson of Howell the night of October 9th, 2016 when he drove into two Waterford Township homes, killing one of the other passengers in the vehicle.
Hamburg Township is seeking community input as work continues to update the municipality’s master plan.
Wednesday, June 20, 2018
Testing of the air inside more than a dozen homes in a neighborhood near Whitmore Lake Road, northwest of Lee Road, has not detected significant levels of trichloroethylene, or TCE.
The area of expansion was determined based on current zoning, as a number of properties within the suggested region have the potential for high-density developments.
22-year-old Nicholas Arther Cashero of Livonia and 19-year-old Kenneth Ivan Helbig of River Rouge were charged with a multitude of felonies including Breaking and Entering, Malicious Destruction of Property, Resisting and Obstructing an Officer.
A safety audit found security gaps at Andrew G. Schmidt Middle School, especially in regards to the entrance, which is located by the cafeteria and gymnasiums.
$10 million would come from the Delinquent Tax Revolving Fund Balance; with half going to the Road Commission, and the other half reserved for local governments.
19-year-old Jamie Barsegian was found stabbed to death last Friday night in Ypsilanti.
The City is seeking residents, business and property owners to apply to be a Downtown Development Authority board member.
23-year-old Lamika James fled from police after attempting to steal from the Kohl's store in Brighton, then lied about her age to authorities, saying she was 16-years-old.
Tuesday, June 19, 2018
Bishop spokeswoman Annalyse Beaver told WHMI when asked about his stance on the issue, “Rep. Bishop believes families seeking asylum should be held together while their cases are being adjudicated.”
18-year-old Eric Gordon Deaton was sentenced under the Holmes Youthful Trainee Act, which will give him a clean record if he successfully completes probation.
The former home of a past Brighton City Council member who passed away three years ago will be renovated and expanded, and converted into a commercial business.
Cyclists will meet in downtown Howell on Sunday, June 24th for the annual Tour de Livingston kickoff. The ride starts in front of the Livingston County Historic Courthouse at 6:45am with 5, 10 & 25 mile loops available.
The proposal seeks voter approval to levy 20 mills for five years in order to generate revenue for infrastructure improvements and maintaining city services.
A standoff involving a suicidal subject brought multiple law enforcement agencies out to the mobile home community and ended with the woman being hospitalized.
A resolution to oppose the personal use of marijuana failed to get on the agenda at Monday night’s Livingston County Board of Commissioners meeting.
Construction is expected to start this summer or fall on a Southwest-country inspired dance hall and bar in Brighton.
Marci Moloney won the Patricia Gilcrest-Frazier Award for her professional work at the Livingston Educational Service Agency serving Brighton Area Schools this past year.
Monday, June 18, 2018
Tracey Sahouri sued the district in 2012, alleging it violated the Whistleblower Protection Act when it removed her as principal from Creekside Elementary School.
Seven baby ducklings were saved from a storm drain by local firefighters this morning.
Separate donations of $1,500 and $12,000 to Brighton's Hilton Elementary School would help cover the cost of a therapy dog and the addition of shade structures on the playground.
The incident involving a suicidal subject brought multiple law enforcement agencies out to Grandshire Estates in Fowlerville.
Linden City Council tabled an issue until their next meeting over storage tents in residential front and side yards.
The Howell City Council is hosting a work session later today to discuss the budget, revenues and how to proceed following a failed public safety assessment.
The Howell Area Fire Authority’s fire protection rating could spell insurance savings for homeowners and businesses.
The program will explore how communication takes place when someone has Alzheimer’s disease, and how to decode their verbal and behavioral messages.
The Livingston County Planning Department's upcoming Brown Bag Lunch event will explore local government’s role in regulating the use of the alternative energy source.
Sunday, June 17, 2018
A Brighton High School student is being remembered with a playground constructed in her honor at an Oakland County domestic violence and sexual abuse shelter.
The Livingston Council for Youth has released its first edition of the Youth Connections Magazine to school parents, youth organizations and the community.
Despite some pleas from local entities, Howell City Council is proceeding with charging back half the cost of providing services during events and festivals downtown.
Saturday, June 16, 2018
33-year-old Raymond Trestik is serving a 40 to 60 month prison sentence for aggravated stalking.
Delays can be expected due to a weekend lane closure on a portion of I-96 in Livingston and Ingham counties.
Legislation co-sponsored by Livingston County’s Congressman to prevent the shipment of synthetic opioids into the United States through the international mail system has cleared the House.
The League of Women Voters of Brighton/Howell are hosting a meeting at the Brighton District Library on the Enbridge-owned 65 year old Line 5 oil pipeline.
The committee, which includes township officials, would engage in discussions with company representatives regarding the likelihood of the project being brought to fruition.
Friday, June 15, 2018
63-year-old Gary Bryce Erard had earlier pleaded no contest to three misdemeanor counts of moving violation causing death. But in court on Thursday, he withdrew that plea after hearing that Judge Suzanne Geddis would sentence him to six months in jail and two years of probation.
Tyrone Township is hosting a public hearing regarding the renewal of the township's renewal of police and fire protection.
21-year old Kamil Gillette of Detroit was arrested March 14th following the incident in the parking lot of the Prospect Hill shopping plaza.
Supervisor Ed Alverson says officials know the township's current rates are already "significant", though they plan to revisit discussions regarding an increase in January.
Jerome Kowalski's family is asking for a retrial for the case that is in the center of the 53rd District Court Judge Theresa Brennan controversy.
100% of the proceeds raised at the annual event are donated to the St. Joseph Mercy Brighton Cancer Center to help fund breast cancer services and research.
A man has been arraigned in the hit-and-run death of a 14-year-old bicyclist in Wixom.
A portion of the road is slated to close this weekend to replace a culvert in the City of Wixom.
Thursday, June 14, 2018
The Michigan Supreme Court today appointed retired Wayne County Circuit Court Judge William J. Giovan as a special master to conduct an evidentiary hearing on the Judicial Tenure Commission’s official complaint against 53rd District Judge Theresa Brennan.
Although the real impact for motorists won’t begin until after the 4th of July holiday, construction is starting soon at the Lee Road roundabout in Green Oak Township.
18-year-olds Michael Gage Perks, charged in Washtenaw County Trial Court on charges of false report or threat of terrorism, is set to go to trial October 9th. If convicted, he faces up to 20 years in prison.
Officials expect a pair of offers to develop a portion of Whitmore Lake that will add retail, housing, beach access, and public space.
County Chief Judge Miriam Cavanaugh said Wednesday that Theresa Brennan's caseload has been removed and reassigned until further notice.
An event Wednesday gave community members a sneak peek of some of the hot air balloons participating in Howell's 34th annual Michigan Challenge Balloonfest next weekend.
Voters are being asked to override the Headlee Amendment in order to raise revenue for roads on August 7th.
A grant from the Michigan Economic Development Corporation will help with the expansion of Midwest Glass Fabricators.
Employees from Rural King in Hartland Township attempted to restrain Sean Thompson for suspected retail fraud, though he escaped and fled in his vehicle.
Wednesday, June 13, 2018
Sitting 53rd District Court Judge Theresa Brennan has had her entire caseload removed and re-assigned in the wake of a recent complaint filed against her by the Michigan Judicial Tenure Commission.
Since 2012, K-9 Niko has worked alongside Sergeant Jeffrey Soli. After nearly seven years of service, the Doberman Pinscher will officially retire on June 30th, due to recent hip and heart complications
Michele Bouhana, the owner of Michele’s Salon and Day Spa, died Monday. She was 68.
The proposition is seeking voter approval to levy one mill for another four years, with the generated funds being used for dust control and various road projects.
The open projector event means no judges, strict guidelines or awards will be a part of the show.
Livingston County Prosecutor Bill Vailliencourt is reviewing the conviction of Jerome Kowalski, who is serving life in prison, after a 66-page complaint was filed against the embattled judge who presided over the trial.
A lengthy standoff with a barricaded gunman on Tuesday in the City of Fenton ended with the man taking his own life.
Despite some pleas from local entities, the Howell City Council is proceeding with charging back half the cost of providing services during events and festivals downtown.
A 21 year-old Commerce Township-man believed to be connected to an accident that killed a 14 year-old Wixom boy was arrested Tuesday.
Tuesday, June 12, 2018
The complaint contains multiple allegations and states Judge Brennan's conduct constitutes misconduct in office.
A police standoff in Fenton ended in the gunman's death today due to a self-inflicted gunshot to the head.
Brighton Realtor and Livingston County Commissioner Carol Griffith says 4-year full tuition scholarship to Cleary University will go to an “exceptional graduating high school senior who is determined & inspiring” for use this fall.
Saint Joseph Mercy Health System is bringing in the program with two preview sessions set Wednesday for potential participants to learn more, ask questions and determine if they’re ready to make a change.
State Reps. Hank Vaupel and Lana Theis, along with six Livingston County Commissioners, have called on 53rd District Court Judge Theresa Brennan to resign saying she "violated professional standards becoming of a judge," and engaged in “egregious misconduct from the bench.”
Livingston County's General Government and Health and Human Services Committee voted on a proposed resolution opposing the recreational use of marijuana, which failed in a tie vote.
A barricaded gunman situation is continuing to play out in Fenton.
The Brighton Board of Education met Monday night and decided against asking voters to decide a major bond issue in November.
Mark Boudreau of Flushing accidentally discharged his firearm during a wrestling meet at Fowlerville High School.
Fowlerville Board of Trustee Theresa Mailloux says she is resigning from the board following the controversial decision to cancel an upcoming fundraising event.
Originally estimated at $6.3 million, the total project cost of Livingston County's new state-of-the-art facility is now expected to be around $6.5 million.
Monday, June 11, 2018
This is expected to be the final of four planned weekend lane closures on the stretch of I-96 from M-52 near Webberville to M-59 in Howell Township.
The Livingston Council for Youth has released its first edition of the Youth Connections Magazine to school parents, youth organizations and the community.
A drive to help fund a new playground for students at Whitmore Lake Elementary is in the home stretch.
Maintenance work by CSX Railroad will close Brighton Lake Road in the city of Brighton to motorists from June 11th to 15th.
A Dexter man says his golf cart was rammed by a pickup truck after he hit a Highland Township man who slapped him.
The City of Brighton is accepting applications for the Principal Shopping District board.
Supervisor Bill Bamber said the township is in "very good financially."
Fundraising efforts are underway to help pay for needed renovations at the Olds Cemetery in the South Lyon area.
Sunday, June 10, 2018
Most city fees in Brighton will stay the same for the upcoming fiscal year starting July 1st, although trash collection fees will go up 80-cents a month.
The rainy weather didn't deter area kids from participating in the annual Brighton Optimists Club Fishing Derby, held Saturday at the Mill Pond.
Complaints about solicitors are circulating in Hamburg Township.
Saturday, June 9, 2018
Oral chemotherapy fairness legislation has yet to progress in the House Insurance Committee, chaired by Rep. Lana Theis of Brighton Township.
The railroad crossing maintenance project will start Monday in the City of Brighton.
27-year-old Vincent Albert Gentilozzi of Williamston and 33-year-old Jon McClain Martin of Stockbridge rejected a plea deal earlier this year and were set for trial on the criminal sexual conduct charges this Monday.
A paving project in the Village of Milford has moved into the restoration phase.
The STEAM or Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math program will be phased in over three years, beginning this fall.
Friday, June 8, 2018
State Senator Joe Hune says embattled 53rd District Court Judge Theresa Brennan needs to go.
The resolution, which will be heard by the General Government and Health and Human Services Committee on Monday night, is aimed against an initiative on the November ballot allowing the personal possession and use of marijuana similar to other states like Colorado and California.
Though the district will likely see an increase in per pupil funding from the state, Pinckney Schools are still battling declining enrollment.
Robert McKee of Fowlerville reportedly came toward police officers responding to a report of a suicidal subject with a knife, prompting one officer to shoot him, which led to the other officer being injured.
Eastbound I-96 from M-52 to M-59 in Ingham and Livingston counties will have a lane closure beginning this weekend.
Guests at the brewery over the Memorial Day holiday time frame may have been exposed to Hepatitis A.
Health Department officials say it's unclear whether there's been an actual increase in these incidents, or if they're just being reported more frequently.
As a result of a budget amendment passed by the Brighton City Council Thursday night, the city budget will see an increase in its fund balance at the end of the fiscal year on June 30.
The Eviction Diversion Program has helped drop eviction rates from 10.5% to less than 1%.
A benefit to help a Milford student, who's parents were involved in an accident, will happen next week.
Thursday, June 7, 2018
Pinckney Police had been searching Wednesday night in the Pinckney State Recreation Area for a missing 15-year old boy.
Debbie Carley now has until August 1st to vacate the premises, but says Beverly Rae’s is not closing and she is working on a new space to lease.
The 3.35-acre parcel has been tested for contaminants, due to the discovery of heavy metals four feet below the surface and the site's proximity to wetlands.
Voters are being asked to override the Headlee Amendment so the city can levy the full 20-mills authorized under the city charter. The city currently levies about 15.65 mills.
Legislation has been introduced by Congressman Mike Bishop to rename the Howell Post Office the “Sergeant Donald Burgett Post Office Building”.
Justice Elizabeth Clement observed proceedings at the Intensive Treatment Mental Health Court and Adult Drug Treatment Court in Howell.
The $2.2 million project will replace pavement, water and sewer mains, sidewalks, curbs, and gutters.
Michigan State Police searched the residence of Daniel Delavergne of Fowlerville, netting multiple electronic devices and evidence that led to the charges.
Wednesday, June 6, 2018
The owners of Spicer Orchards have gained retroactive approval from the Hartland Township Board for some improvement projects at two buildings.
Darci Hannah previously published two works of historical fiction, but has turned to what she calls "cozy mysteries," usually set in small towns with more of a PG-13 feel. “Cherry Pies & Deadly Lies” is set to be released Friday at a book launch and cherry pie bake-off.
Coffee with the Chief is scheduled for the morning of Saturday, June 16th, at the Fire Department's Headquarters in New Hudson.
Wendy Jo Morrison of Brighton was honored for her efforts in helping victims of trauma, which are carried out through her nonprofit organization.
The Hartland Township Board of Trustees cut the ribbon, signifying the opening of the park, Tuesday evening.
The Music Park was made possible by the PTO and will be installed just outside the school playground.
The Sunday trip is free to community members but advance registration is required.
Tuesday, June 5, 2018
A public information meeting is scheduled Wednesday night about a large street reconstruction project starting next week in the City of Brighton.
The US-23 Flex Route project in Washtenaw and Livingston counties beat out six competing projects from across the country.
26-year-old Paige Nicole VanCamp of Brighton is charged with first-degree criminal sexual conduct.
A new facility specializing in turning heavy duty trucks into snow plow trucks is being planned for Genoa Township this winter.
Former Livingston County Circuit Court Judge Daniel Burress filed a petition on Monday seeking to impanel a citizen’s grand jury and appoint a special prosecutor to investigate 53rd District Court Judge Theresa Brennan.
Cody Curtiss and Marrissa Holmes, both 15-years-old, left from a Howell residence over a week ago and are believed to be traveling on foot.
The seat on the board became open last month when longtime member Kevin Kaszyca gave notice that he was leaving the board after 13 years for personal reasons.
Michigan Supreme Court Justice Elizabeth Clement will be visiting two of Livingston County’s Specialty Courts, the Intensive Treatment Mental Health Court (IT Court) and the Adult Drug Treatment Court.
Monday, June 4, 2018
The newest addition to Morrie Coles' garden at Thompson Lake was unveiled on what would've been his 100th birthday.
Work to construct a new bridge is underway after it was significantly damaged last September by a flatbed semi hauling several boom lifts.
The body of 36-year-old Robin Early was found Friday evening in the river about 1.5 miles from the Portage Lake Dam, where she was last seen putting a kayak in the water Thursday afternoon.
Former Livingston County Circuit Court Judge Daniel Burress filed a petition to impanel a citizen’s grand jury to investigate 53rd District Court Judge Theresa Brennan.
Libraries across Livingston County are kicking off their Summer Reading Program with various celebrations.
Brian Ellison, who is running as a Libertarian in the 8th District, was taken into custody at the Royal Oak Police Department's Run with the Police event as he protested two recent fatal shootings by Royal Oak police.
Physicians and pharmacists are now required to register with the Michigan Automated Prescription System or MAPS prior to prescribing or dispensing schedule 2-5 controlled substances in any quantity.
Volunteers are needed for the Summer Food Service Program in Northfield Estates.
Deputies were able to apprehend a South Lyon man they say is responsible for stealing tools from the roof of a church under construction.
Sunday, June 3, 2018
The State Bank parking lot was the venue for the first Children's Entrepreneurial Fair, held Saturday in downtown Brighton.
The Brighton Board of Education will establish a line of credit this summer to meet payroll and other expenses.
Linden residents are being made aware of a scam going around.
Music is returning to Downtown Fenton again.
Saturday, June 2, 2018
City officials commented on how this year's process went as smoothly as it's gone in recent memory.
Northfield Township has been selected as a grant finalist to potentially enhance a non-motorized path and engage families.
Tara Pearson is a practicing attorney and longtime Livingston County resident. She has been a licensed attorney at the Law Offices of Parker and Parker for the past 12 years.
Friday, June 1, 2018
A 13-year-old student at Millennium Middle School told another student Thursday, “I’m going to shoot up the school; just kidding”.
The Summer Reading Program is offered at the six Livingston County libraries to encourage continued reading through the season.
The estimated $11 million dollar project would transform the site to be occupied by T.J. Maxx, Michaels, Five Below and Petco.
Another full freeway closure is scheduled tonight for those traveling on westbound I-96 in the Brighton area near the Pleasant Valley Road bridge.
A 36-year-old woman who was last seen putting a kayak in the water near Portage Lake Dam near Dexter on Thursday afternoon was reported missing. Deputies found her vehicle but not her kayak.
Morrie Coles was 99 when he was tragically killed in a car crash in October of 2017. The World War II veteran was a career employee of the U.S. Postal Service who also served 12 years on Howell City Council.
The program is offered at the six Livingston County libraries and offers incentives and activities for kids, teens and adults to encourage continued reading.
Aisin Holdings of America was granted a 50% tax abatement for 12 years to help build a new track for autonomous vehicle research at the Fowlerville Proving Grounds.
This family friendly event runs from 10am to 5pm Saturday and Sunday in downtown Pinckney.
A long-awaited project to improve and restore a significant portion of the Island Lake State Recreation Area in Livingston County is moving forward.
Some 16 Bridge Alternative High School students were presented with certificates for successfully completing a course in work place safety and employee rights at ceremonies Wednesday evening.