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Livonia, Michigan is located in Wayne County. Zip codes in Livonia, MI include 48154, 48152, and 48151. The median home price in Livonia is $139,900 which is roughly $109/per square foot. More Livonia information.

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2 hrs ago | Canton Observer

School board seeks applications for open trustee seat

The Livonia school board is seeking applications for the open board seat created by the resignation of trustee Julie Robinson, who is moving.

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Tue Apr 15, 2014

Observer & Eccentric

Wayne County celebrates 30th anniversary of Marshmallow Drop

Livonia resident and volunteer Emily Snitchler helped with crowd control at last year's annual Marshmallow Drop at Nankin Mills in Westland.

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Observer & Eccentric

Police arrest suspect in theft from cemetery

Livonia police have arrested a man accused of stealing items from a Livonia cemetery over the weekend.

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Canton Observer

Livonia Public Schools approves pilot Schools of Choice program

The school board voted 6-1 Monday to expand its Schools of Choice program, previously limited to academically talented and International Baccalaureate students, to include 60 students in kindergarten through sixth grades from other Oakland, Washtenaw, Monroe and Wayne county communities and the Clarenceville school district.

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Mon Apr 14, 2014

Observer & Eccentric

City of Livonia - Public Notice

Commercial vehicles must be kept within the garage when stored on residential property.

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Hometown Life

Part of Schoolcraft in Livonia remaining closed until after rush hour due to downed power lines

Livonia police are warning drivers to avoid Schoolcraft between Eckles and Newburgh because of several power lines being down in the area.

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Hometown Life

Livonia Churchill freshmen to be disciplined following fight

Livonia Public Schools will take disciplinary action against two Churchill High School freshmen whose lunchroom fight Thursday led to a teacher getting injured, said Stacy Jenkins, administrator of district communications.

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Sun Apr 13, 2014

Observer & Eccentric

More bridges see closure dates along I-96 for construction

MDOT announced last week the Brookfield bridge over the freeway in Livonia would be closed starting this past Saturday and would last until sometime in late May. The U-turn bridge east and west of Farmington will remain closed and reopen in late April.

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Observer & Eccentric

Library hosts program on Gone With the Wind

This is the 75th anniversary of the Oscar-winning movie, released in December 1939.

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Observer & Eccentric

Bake sale to benefit Livonia Civic Chorus

Joyner, publisher of Musings, a semiweekly e-newsletter, hopes to raise $1,000. "They are great," he said of the chorus, which provides "good, old fashioned singing and fun for our hometown.

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Observer & Eccentric

Church recreates DaVinci's Last Supper for passion play

There will be something very familiar looking about the presentation of the Last Supper in Merriman Road Baptist Church's passion play this weekend.

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Livonia Observer

Why the Blue House isn't blue

Just south of Eight Mile, across Newburgh Road from Whispering Willows golf course, is the entrance to Livonia's Greenmead Historical Village and a large beige house that's called the Alexander Blue House.

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The Detroit News

High-tech pavers helping contractors build a smoother I-96 in Metro Detroit

Goodbye, string; hello, GPS, lasers, computers and 3-D models. For decades, paving companies have relied on stringlines to guide pavers while laying down new lanes of concrete or asphalt.

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Fri Apr 11, 2014

Observer & Eccentric

Choir director says he lives to honor, praise God

Folders, music and program plans -- a complete road map for Holy Week worship services -- have been stacked four inches high this month on Jerry Smith's desk at First Presbyterian Church of Plymouth.

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Garden City Observer

Livonia judge pushes back exam to Tuesday in home invasion case

The three men accused of breaking into several homes in Livonia last month will go before a judge next week after several attorneys asked the court for more time.

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Hometown Life

'It's a miracle' Livonia resident says of finding lost dog

The 1-year-old beagle mix was found hiding deep in the woods in Farmington Hills after being on the run for 18 hours and crossing several busy streets, including Grand River, without getting hit by a car.

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Thu Apr 10, 2014

Detroit Free Press

Outcry from Livonia residents draws halt to night demolition on I-96

Traffic is diverted to Schoolcraft Road service drive Monday Apr. 7, 2014 for construction on I -96 that has the road closed from Telegraph to Newburgh Road until October.

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Lathrup Village Eccentric

Power outage leaves traffic signals out at Plymouth, Farmington in Livonia

Livonia police are warning motorists to avoid two intersections along Farmington south of I-96 because of some power outages at the traffic signals.

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Examiner.com

'One faith, one family, one future'

Inspired by a dream and prompted by ambition, the dedication of St. Rafka Maronite Catholic Church in Livonia, MI has been a decade in the making.

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Wed Apr 09, 2014

Westland Observer

Livonia mayor: MDOT says no more bridge demolition along I-96 at night

Noise is a part of any road reconstruction project. But Livonia Mayor Jack Kirksey said his office has received several calls from residents living near the I-96 reconstruction who say the noise at night has been too much in recent nights.

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