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Howell Public Schools is deciding how best to proceed after the Howell Planning Commission rejected plans for an electronic billboard proposed for the school district's bus garage grounds along M-59.
Rick Kerber, pilot of the Michigan Cat balloon, operates the burner filling the balloon with hot air as Jack Shepard holds the balloon open at the Balloonfest Media Night.
Plans are in the works to put an ice rink and splash pad next to the historic Livingston County Courthouse in Howell.
Livingston County Democratic candidates for state and county offices didn't surpass 40 percent of the vote in the past two election cycles.
Michigan State Police Troopers Andrew Knapp, right, and Brian Alexander unload school supplies from a stuffed sport utility vehicle as they deliver backpacks and related materials to the Livingston Educational Service Agency in Howell.
With a 1985 Ferrari 308 GTB in the foreground, from left, Kip Wasenko, Lamberto Smigliani, Lamberto Smigliani Sr., and Jesse Nyikon look at a 1970 Ferrari 246 GT Dino at the Concours de Livingston.
Ane McNeil was recently appointed regional chief human resources officer for Saint Joseph Mercy Health System.
Volunteer Barb Newman delivers produce to a Livingston Hunger Council cart at Pinckney Village Hall.
You never know what you might find at Mish Mosh Central. The newly opened shop in Howell is stocked with salvaged barn and building materials, farm relics, vintage furniture, toys, clothing, jewelry, home decor, books, tools and much more.
Mark Howell and his wife Christina Howell talk about how they've dealt with the medical procedures to stave off a form of melanoma Mark is afflicted with.
The Livingston County Board of Commissioners Public Safety and Judiciary Subcommittee and Infrastructure and Development Subcommittee are expected to authorize the hiring of staff for an expanded jail, and review proposed courthouse amphitheater improvements including a temporary skating rink and a splash pad.
A Howell woman accused of being drunk when she sideswiped a police cruiser has reached a plea deal in the case.
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Updated: Wed Aug 27, 2014 06:29 am
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