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Sunday, January 16, 2022

St. Patrick School In Brighton Going Online

In an email to parents sent on Saturday night, St. Patrick Catholic School in Brighton announced that students will be learning from home next week due to the continued increase in cases.

Saturday, January 15, 2022

Friday, January 14, 2022

Pinckney Man Sentenced In Scrap Metal Embezzlement

39-year-old Ian Lumley was charged last year with one count of embezzling between $50,000 and $100,000 following an investigation by Pinckney Police of suspected thefts from a business on Hamburg Street in the Village.

Online Event Will Honor Legacy Of Civil Rights Pioneer

The Howell Carnegie District Library, in partnership with the League of Women Voters of Livingston County and the Livingston Diversity Council, will host a virtual presentation about Sarah E. Ray on Monday, January 17th from 6:30pm - 8pm.

Thursday, January 13, 2022

Scranton Middle School Going Virtual

With COVID rates continuing to rise, Brighton Area Schools Supt. Matthew Outlaw announced Thursday afternoon that Scranton Middle School will be going virtual starting Friday.

COVID Cluster Identified At Two Schools In Howell

According to a letter sent Wednesday to the administration team at Highlander Way Middle School in Howell, Livingston County Medical Director Dr. Juan Marquez said that the health department had identified multiple COVID-19 cases at the school, which “likely represent multiple clusters.”

Procession Honors UPS Driver From Howell

The trucks, escorted by deputies with the Livingston County Sheriff’s Office, were driven from the UPS sorting facility behind Lowe’s Home Improvement in Genoa Township to the Rose Lane home of 54-year-old Kevin Harrington in Howell. Harrington passed away last Friday after a nearly five year battle with bladder cancer.

Annual MLK March On Main Set This Sunday

The main event of Milford’s 17th annual MLK Day Celebration is its March on Main Street this Sunday. Community members will march together to pay tribute to Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Marchers will lineup starting around 12:30 at Prospect Hill in the Kroger parking lot with the march starting off at about 1pm.

Wednesday, January 12, 2022

Hartland Board Of Education VP Resigning

As Cyndi Kenrick has announced her resignation effective February 13th, the Board of Education is accepting letters of interest for the open seat until 3pm on January 21.

Black History 101 Mobile Museum Coming To Howell

Cleary University and the Livingston Diversity Council have teamed up to sponsor the museum. Founder and curator, Dr. Khalid el-Hakim, says the traveling exhibit includes artifacts over 7,000 artifacts dating from the transatlantic slave trade to the modern-day.

January National Radon Action Month

The local Health Department says it's an opportune time for Livingston County residents to test for radon in their homes - a health risk facing millions of Americans.

Tuesday, January 11, 2022

Trial Date Set For South Lyon Double Homicide

21-year-old Fadi Jesus Zeineh of Ann Arbor was charged with homicide after police say he entered a home on December 30th of 2020 and shot 17-year-old Dylan Stamper, killing him. He also shot Stamper’s 43-year-old father, Kevin, who later died at the hospital.

Monday, January 10, 2022

Saturday, January 8, 2022

Local Men Injured In Two-Vehicle Crash On Mackinac Bridge

The Mackinaw City Police Department said the crash occurred when Scott Bartholomew of Fenton was driving a vehicle northbound, lost control, crossed the center line and crashed into a southbound vehicle driven by Jeffrey McCague of Brighton.

Friday, January 7, 2022

Pfizer Vaccine Recommendations Updated

Following approval from the FDA and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services is urging all eligible Michiganders ages 12 and up to get the Pfizer booster vaccine if they've received their primary series.

Thursday, January 6, 2022

Judge Declines Nurse's PPO Request In Twitter Dispute

Livingston County Circuit Court Judge Michael Hatty declined to issue a Personal Protection Order for a Livingston County nurse who said she felt threatened after comments she made at a school board meeting regarding mask usage were posted to social media.

Prison Sentence Handed Down To Pinckney Man For Child Sex Assault

43-year-old Paul Aaron Kenczyk of Pinckney was sentenced Thursday by Livingston County Circuit Court Judge Michael Hatty to serve a prison term of between 3 years, two months and 15 years for his guilty plea to a variety of charges including 2nd-degree criminal sexual conduct.

Two Officers Added To South Lyon Schools

Two additional police officers have been added to buildings in South Lyon Community Schools following the shooting spree at Oxford High School on November 30th when a student used a handgun to kill four classmates and wound seven other people.

Wednesday, January 5, 2022

SEMCOG Developing 2050 Regional Forecast

The Southeast Michigan Council of Governments has begun development of the 2050 Regional Forecast. It provides a long-term analysis of change in population, households, jobs, and land use for each community in the region.

Registration Open For LACASA Parenting Classes

LACASA Center’s Nurturing Parenting Program is designed specifically for parents of young children, from newborn to 11 years of age. It focuses on overcoming parenting challenges and practicing positive discipline.

Tuesday, January 4, 2022

Village Of Pinckney To Regulate Collection Bins

The Planning Commission met Monday night and there was discussion about how to best address the issue. It was stated the bins do serve a purpose and are used but they can also quickly morph into a blight situation.

Science Teacher Blasts Local Health Department

As area students returned to the classroom Monday amid a surge in COVID cases statewide, an area science teacher has accused local health officials of “bald faced lying” when it comes to the spread of the virus in schools.

Nominations Sought For Brighton Area Women’s Roll of Honor

The group looks to recognize the achievements and contributions of women in the greater Brighton area, and applications are being accepted through January 31st. The 2022 class of honorees will be announced in March, which is Women’s History Month.

Local Nonprofit Looks Back On Successful 2021

2021 was a very successful year for the Darian Locklear Project, which was established in 2019 to honor the memory of a former Brighton High School student who, along with a fellow student from Howell, was tragically killed in a car crash.

Monday, January 3, 2022

BAS Pack Of Dogs Back In Oxford This Week

In the aftermath of the November 30th shooting, the Brighton Pack of Dogs visited Oxford Middle School twice last month to comfort students and staff. With school reopening after the holiday break their handlers returned today, bringing five of the “social-emotional learning” dogs.

Judge Dismisses Reverse Discrimination Lawsuits Against MSP

One of the lawsuits was brought by former MSP Lt. Michael McCormick of Howell, who claims he was passed up in 2019 for the position of Post Commander because of racial discrimination and in retaliation for complaints he made in 2018 for being passed up for another position.

Holly Man Enters Plea To Reckless Driving Charge

52-year-old Richard Eric Kalinowski of Holly had been charged with a count of Assault with Intent to do Great Bodily Harm Less than Murder and a count of Reckless Driving Causing Serious Impairment of Body Function for the April 25th incident.

Saturday, January 1, 2022