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Howell, Michigan is located in Livingston County. Zip codes in Howell, MI include 48843, 48855, and 48844. The median home price in Howell is $215,000 which is roughly $111/per square foot. More Howell information.

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48 min ago | Daily Press & Argus

Howell alums get together

Betty Lange Yax from the Class of 1942 took the top spot as senior alumnus. Alison Potter Tiihonen from the Class of 1988 was the youngest in attendance.

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Driving scholarships go Big

In partnership with the Department of State and Big Brothers Big Sisters, the Ann Arbor-based T. Wall Foundation and All Star Driver Education will provide six students in Livingston County a six-week course driving course.

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Wed Jul 30, 2014

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News Briefs: Alleged armed intruder moves toward trial

A Grand Rapids man charged in a June armed home invasion has waived a preliminary exam, sending his case to Livingston County Circuit Court for trial.

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Pizza man gets chance to appeal sign limits

Duke's Pizza owner John Kinnunen has had run-ins with the city of Howell over a 3-foot sandwich board he straps atop his car to promote the business.

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New Howell website offers community interaction

Howell residents can offer suggestions on city issues via a new online portal called Speak Up Howell, available at http://www.speakuphowell.org.

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Tue Jul 29, 2014

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Locals graduate from Grand Valley

From Brighton are Alysa Asher, Jon Bialowicz, Hannah Bouwhuis, Veronica Burt, Jonathon Curtis, Rachel Gibson, Jennifer Glabach, Hayley Grzych, Lisa Keeney, Micah Lantz, Emily Lonergan, Carter Long, Makayla Monroe, Anthony Nazarowff, Ana Rosczewski, Mark Sweeso, Andrea Tarrant and Kara Woodard.

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Newsmakers from Livingston County

Brianna Amat of Pinckney is among 30 business students at Western Michigan University to receive major scholarships in recognition of their outstanding character and academic excellence.

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Swann's seeks new home; site on market

Swann's of Howell is seeking a new home. Its site at 214 N. Walnut St. is up for sale or lease.

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Police Blotter: Authorities looking for theft suspects

Livingston County Sheriff's Department authorities said this woman and a man walked into the Hartland Wal-Mart at 10400 W. M-59 around 3:15 a.m. July 12 and left with about $1,455 in stolen electronics.

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Boss Engineering celebrating 45 years

As president of Boss Engineering for nearly 20 years, Dan Boss has seen the best of times and the worst of times in Livingston County.

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Scholarship fund helps working students

Renee David, center, talks with Mott Community College site manager Doris Stromer while Quinton Roberts of corporate services listens at the reception area of the Mott Community College Livingston Center.

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Eagles donate $2,600 to Love INC

Fraternal Order of Eagles Chapter 3607 recently donated $2,600 to Love In the Name of Christ of the Greater Livingston Area.

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Mon Jul 28, 2014

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Thomas Knasiak, who had been working as a deputy out of the Highland Township substation, and co-defendant Andrew Coleman of Howell were arrested on St. Patrick's Day on a felony count of resisting or obstructing a police officer.

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News Briefs: Concert band will perform outdoors

Visit www.lccbmusic.org or call 810-229-5991 for more information. A free concert featuring Tim Zimmerman and the King's Brass will begin at 7 p.m. Friday at First Presbyterian Church of Howell, 323 W. Grand River Ave. in Howell.

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Sun Jul 27, 2014

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The week ahead in Livingston County

The Livingston County Board of Commissioners Infrastructure and Development and Public Safety and Judiciary subcommittees will meet at 7:30 p.m. at the Administration Building, 304 E. Grand River Ave. in Howell.

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News Briefs: Nature program at library will examine animals' defenses

Naturalist and educator Laurel Zoet will present Fizz, Boom, Spark SURVIVE, a nature-based evening of exploration and fun showing kids ways that animals trick predators by using chemicals and secretions to stay alive.

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Volunteers Needed

See a complete list of volunteer opportunities for the county at http://www.volunteerlivingston.

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Dems see chance to win 8th District

The retirement of U.S. Rep. Mike Rogers, R-Howell, laid the groundwork for a wide Democratic field hoping to reclaim the congressional seat.

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Sights & sounds downtown: Fine art, acoustic music festival return to Brighton

Downtown Brighton becomes unplugged this week as art and music combine for the 31st Brighton Fine Art & Acoustic Music Festival.

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Five of 6 guilty of RICO charges

A Livingston County defense attorney representing the only Flint man acquitted of Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act conspiracy charges said his client is grateful to clear his name.

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