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Police and Fire officials want you to know about ...: Police and Fire officials want you to know about an upcoming training event Assembled in the gymnasium of the former Latson Elementary School to discuss an upcoming multijurisdictional training for mass-casualty response are, clockwise from left, Patrick Sidge, Safe Schools coordinator for ... (more)
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OLHSA and Livingston County Michigan Works will host a Community Conversation to help set the agenda for Michigan's local and elected leaders tomorrow night at the Howell Carnegie District Library.
Call 734-878-3888 or see http://www.pinck ney library.org for more information. The Livingston Arts Council will once again sponsor a community contra dance for all ages from 7-9 p.m. Wednesday at The Opera House, 123 W. Grand River Ave. in downtown Howell.
Refreshments will be served. To reserve a space, contact the Greater Brighton Area Chamber of Commerce at 810-227-5086 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
A Hamburg Township woman whose life was described as a "nightmare" was sentenced Thursday to prison for taking advantage of an elderly woman grieving the loss of her husband.
Their accomplishments will be celebrated March 18 at the Rotary Club of Brighton luncheon meeting.
A Howell man was sentenced Thursday to a minimum of nearly nine years in prison for a home-invasion crime spree in Livingston County.
The Howell Public Schools Board of Education will meet at 7 p.m. at the administration building, 411 N. Highlander Way in Howell.
The Salvation Army of Livingston County's food pantry is full, and staff members are thankful.
Once Jimmie Randall Coleman, a habitual offender, is released from jail, he must spend one year on electronic monitoring and 18 months probation, court records stated.
The training is being hosted by Howell Public Schools at the old Latson Road elementary school building, which will be demolished this spring.
Showgoers have come from as far as Nevada, and some from Ohio, too. After a rough patch in securing a permanent location, Dionysus Theatre, which touts itself as Livingston County's only professional theater, is looking ahead.
Jorie Schlickenmayer, 4, is learning her letters and numbers and interacting with other children in an all-day setting.
Tears in the eyes of veterans who just missed the Moving Wall's 2010 stop in Hamburg Township left a mental imprint on the minds of organizers.
"Kids today." In the case of 8-year-old Cayden Taipalus, a third-grader at a Michigan elementary school, the euphemism will warm your heart - and the stomachs of some needy Michigan kids, who without his efforts, would be eating cold cheese sandwiches.