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A 68-year-old Flint man who brandished a weapon at a motorist on U.S. 23 in Hartland Township apologized for his behavior, expressing irritation for 'people who drive in the left lane.'
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The development is renovating the Spags, Thistledown, and Swann buildings into active offices and commercial businesses.
While attending the Hockey Fights Cancer game last week, Howell High School freshman Will Manson purchased several 50/50 raffle tickets to help support the cause.
Though it wasn't a surprise, Howell Public Schools trustees have authorized collection of all of the district's 18-mill tax on nonhomestead properties on summer tax bills.
The second annual Living With Love in Livingston that supports local businesses and will benefit Big Brothers Big Sisters of Livingston County will be held Saturday at Studio West, 111 S. West St. in Brighton.
A Michigan police officer is credited with helping to save a 3-year-old boy who was choking on food.
Nominations for the 2013 Livingston County Light Tour are being accepted. This home on Timber Bend Drive in Genoa Township was on the 2012 tour.
A Howell couple is facing possible federal charges after allegedly admitting to manufacturing and distributing counterfeit $20 bills in Livingston County.
Born April 17, 1920 in Howell, he was the son of Royal and Jennie Bennett. A lifelong Livingston County resident, James had worked for at the G.M. Proving Grounds in maintenance, retiring in 1986 following 36 years of service.
A Hartland Township woman reported to the Livingston County Sheriff's Department that she arrived home to find someone had entered her house.
The $32 million project has been in the works since the mid-1990's, when then-State Senator Mike Rogers first took up the cause to provide a freeway exit between Howell and Brighton to accommodate the growing population and related development.
Livingston County Sheriff Bob Bezotte has tried to replenish his reduced number of deputies on road patrol, but he hasn't had any luck.
The no-buying event will offer women an opportunity to unwind with friends with appetizers, drinks and giveaways every 30 minutes.