Howell Main Street’s annual Howell Art Project, which was expanded to a week-long celebration of the Arts in May, was recently named the Best Promotions and Marketing Project/Program by the Michigan Downtown Association.
At a special meeting Monday, the Brighton City Council voted unanimously in favor of having Shawn Pipoly serve as mayor for the next two years, while Susan Gardner was selected on a unanimous vote as mayor pro tem.
The bodies of 61-year-old Kim Mathewson and her son, 39-year-old Shawn Mathewson, were discovered on Wednesday, November 6th shortly after 10pm inside their residence on W. Legrand Street in the Howell Estates Mobile Home Community.
Democratic Chair Judy Daubenmier alleges Commissioner Donald Parker, the Republican chair of the county board of commissioners, is behind the website ProtectLivingston.com and a corresponding Facebook page. He says its a nonpartisan venture and her accusations are "totally false."
The Homeless Continuum of Care Committee will hold its Main Awareness Event Wednesday at the Howell Opera House. The event will feature public speakers and a student art show to offer unique and personal perspectives on what it means to be homeless.
Whitmore Lake resident and small business owner Dana Forrester is a member of Northfield Township Green Growth and said while they are thrilled the ban was defeated, "the Township has been led improperly, ineffectively and even unethically by 3 of the current Board of Trustees..."
The performance by a group of Sufi women from a spiritual community in Fenton was one of the highlights of the Friday evening reception that officially opened Halal Metropolis, an exhibition series that highlights Muslim entrepreneurship, art, fashion, music, and sport in southeast Michigan.
The guest speaker was 8th District Congresswoman Elissa Slotkin, who praised the U.S. servicemen and women who gave the ultimate sacrifice, but also recognized all those who have served their country honorably in the armed forces.
Rex the pug went missing from his home near Commerce and Hickory Ridge roads on Halloween but has been spotted several times since inside the massive track complex where GM puts test vehicles through the paces.
Adam Smiddy filed the lawsuit last November alleging his firing was in retaliation for trying to determine exactly what happened to cash and other items donated to the Veterans Services department by a local resident.
The local Corps will hoist final sign-up events Friday and Saturday, but is also hosting a toy drive kick-off event this Saturday at the Howell Walmart for children and teens in need this holiday season.
The event will pay special tribute to Larry Prout Jr. of Howell as an Arc Angel. Prout has become the public face of The Arc in recent years, having required extensive surgeries from birth for various medical issues.
Dianne McCormick, Director/Health Officer of the Livingston County Health Department, says expanding the services of the medical director to include both counties is expected to result in a savings of overall expenses for each.
The legislation signed into law this past summer has opened the door for local veterans and millions across the nation to access American Legion programs and benefits for which they previously had not been eligible.
A team of assessors from the Michigan Law Enforcement Accreditation Commission will arrive Tuesday, November 12th, to examine all aspects of the department’s policies and procedures, management, operations, and support services.
The decision Friday by the state’s high court comes on the heels of its ruling in June that removed Brennan from the bench and held her responsible for costs, fees and expenses incurred by the Commission throughout its investigation into her misconduct.
Each year, the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention supports hundreds of Survivor Day events around the world, in which suicide loss survivors come together to find connection, understanding and hope through their shared experience.
The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services advises everyone six months of age and older should receive a flu vaccine every year as it protects not only yourself but those around you who may have serious complications if they get the flu.
Community members are invited to attend a ribbon-cutting ceremony for Warrior Path Home on Tuesday, November 5th, from 3 to 5pm at 8381 Pingree Road in Pinckney to celebrate the organization's inception.