Sunday, September 30, 2018
The public is invited to attend another Coffee with a Cop event by the Brighton City Police Department.
This year’s charity event takes place this Saturday, October 6th, from 3 to 11pm at the Fowlerville Fairgrounds.
The Brighton Area Schools is in sound financial shape, the annual audit of the district's finances shows.
Although only three schools currently have therapy dogs: Hawkins, which has Scout; Maltby, which has Duncan; and Brighton High School, with Caesar; two more are scheduled to arrive around the holidays.
Saturday, September 29, 2018
The Congressional Leadership Fund is linked to House Speaker Paul Ryan and had set aside at least $2.2 million of television air time in Michigan to help defend Bishop.
The Board of Trustees felt the proposed development had issues with density and water retention.
Residents with Brighton city water service are being advised of hydrant flushing next week
FIRST LEGO League teams research a real-world problem such as food safety, recycling and energy, and are challenged to develop a solution.
Volunteers are needed for an upcoming event that entertains local families and car enthusiasts, while raising funds for the Salvation Army of Livingston County.
Friday, September 28, 2018
Officials for the City of Fenton are recommending site plans be approved for a mixed-use development that has been in the works for the last couple of years.
Jason Duika, Scott Tait, Yvonne Taylor, and John Colone were honored in a ceremony before their plaques were displayed on the Wall at PCHS.
Vaupel was chosen by the Michigan Association of Health Plans as its Legislator of the Year and received the award at a recent ceremony.
Unemployment rates fell across the state and locally in all regional labor markets in August.
The Arc of Livingston is holding their 25th annual Celebrity Holiday Fashion Show on November 15th at Crystal Gardens Banquet Center in Genoa Township.
South Lyon Police advise that there will be road closures for the festival as well as the parade.
The third event in a four-part series will take place Tuesday, October 2nd from 7 to 9pm in the Livingston Educational Service Agency building.
While a revised development proposal for downtown Whitmore Lake was met with skepticism, officials are open to continue negotiations.
Thursday, September 27, 2018
19-year-old Jamie Barsegian was found stabbed to death June 15th inside her Ypsilanti apartment.
A survey will soon be disbursed among the community in hopes of gathering feedback on what projects and concepts residents would like to see downtown in the future.
LACASA's Shine the Light Ceremony will honor victims, survivors, friends, and family in downtown Brighton this Tuesday night.
Service has been restored following a water main break, but a precautionary boil water advisory is now in place.
Students at Howell High School through the partnership will be able to access the local library's resources through their student ID number.
Some residents near West Crooked Lake supported Joe Perri's rights as landowner of an island, while others lamented the traffic to the area he is causing.
Local lawmakers acknowledge that impeachment should only be pursued in extreme circumstances but they believe it is appropriate in the case of 53rd District Court Judge Theresa Brennan.
James Bonam, a Livingston County Jail inmate, is charged with attempting to have a witness killed, while his girlfriend at the time is also facing charges as she is accused of helping him.
PolitiFact rated the Bishop ad as “False” for claiming Elissa Slotkin’s plan is to, “take Medicare away from current senior recipients” a position based on a single-payer health care system, which she does not support.
Wednesday, September 26, 2018
An email sent by CSA Founder Chuck Stockwell urges the school's parents and families to vote no on all public school millages and vote for politicians who support charter schools.
District officials with Hartland Consolidated Schools said they smelled the odor of natural gas in the high school just before 7am.
The Baby Fair will have workshops, resources, information, and prizes for growing families.
The first will be a taping of Flashpoint on WDIV October 5th, then an appearance on a Lansing area radio show October 16th followed two days later with their participation in a candidate forum in Hartland sponsored by Voter’s Voice and the League of Women Voters.
State Representative Lana Theis said, while a rarely used procedure, impeachment seems to be fitting in this case.
The township's Planning Commission is recommending the Board of Trustees approve the ordinance, which has been under revision for the last several months.
The Parks & Recreation Board needs a few volunteers to help clear the perimeter trail starting around 1pm Saturday.
Tuesday, September 25, 2018
The Power Luncheon: Meet the Candidates! event is set to take place Friday, October 5th at the Oak Pointe Country Club. But after an e-mailed invitation to chamber members billed the event as “a panel of political incumbents” while featuring several non-incumbents and only Republican candidates, Ann Arbor SPARK has withdrawn its participation
The hearing is being conducted by the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality for a permit application that would allow for the construction of a boardwalk, docks and a beach area on what is known as Perri Island in West Crooked Lake.
A bond issue for the November 2019 ballot is likely in the Brighton Area School District.
Following completion of second round interviews on Monday, the Huron Valley Schools Board of Education voted 6-0 to begin contract negotiations with Dr. Paul Salah to lead the district.
The rage room concept is simple - customers can either bring in their own objects or select from the store’s inventory, pick a weapon, and then break the items to release pent-up emotions.
An upcoming luncheon hosted by the Greater Brighton Area Chamber of Commerce is drawing questions after being advertised as a “Meet the Candidates” event for incumbents, but only featuring Republicans, at least two of which are not incumbents.
Dr. April Tyler, Patrick Wittbrodt and Jeffrey Fillmore each face one count of attempt and conspiracy to commit fraud and 17 counts of health care fraud.
Individuals, families, corporate and community organizations will lend a hand to help restore natural areas and do trail maintenance at both Kensington Metropark and the Island lake State Recreation Area.
A water service line repair at 821 East Grand River is necessitating the lane shift.
Monday, September 24, 2018
The Livingston County Clerk is announcing some changes ahead of the upcoming November General Election, include the opportunity to view sample ballots.
The rollover happened around 3:30pm, causing significant traffic back-ups.
Argentine Township Police say the victim is 28-year-old Christopher Baldwin. He was killed at an apartment complex on Seymour Road at around 7pm Saturday.
Under the new plea deal, 35-year-old Kenneth Kniivila will plead guilty to single bank robbery count from Michigan and another from Ohio, consolidating those two cases.
Among the races set to be featured are for the 8th Congressional District, 42nd and 47th District State House seats, 22nd State Senate and the newly created 44th Circuit Court seat.
This Friday marks the deadline for interested candidates to apply for a vacancy on the Howell City Council.
Foster families provide a safe environment where the minor refugee can resettle and build personal connections, while working to develop independent living skills.
Local communities seeking additional police protection will need to consider their options, due to budget cuts and a limited number of Sheriff's deputies.
A flashing red traffic signal is being installed at the busy intersection in Hamburg Township.
Brighton Twp. is the last of the county’s 20 local units of government to adopt the plan.
Sunday, September 23, 2018
A single engine float plane, owned and piloted by 57-year-old Harmon Pierce, had successfully landed and was taxiing to the owners dock when a strong wind gust flipped the plane upside down in the water.
The assistant to the city manager in Brighton has left to accept the DDA director's position in Auburn Hills.
Three road projects are slated to begin in Northfield Township Monday.
Mark Reckling was sworn in as a new police officer Thursday night at the Brighton City Council meeting.
Saturday, September 22, 2018
The Brighton Police Dept's. first-ever Police Youth Leadership Academy this summer is being called an unqualified success.
The student was arrested this week after making a threat against Centennial Middle School.
Extra staffing is being added at the Genoa Township office to help shorten wait times and accommodate increased customers who will finally be able to get their license back.
The township has received an unmodified opinion, which is the highest opinion an independent auditor can issue.
Karen Lockwood reportedly threatened “shooting up the school" where members of the family were students and burning the family's house down.
Six local students will receive $1,500 from the Howell Area Chamber of Commerce Margaret Starkey Scholarship Foundation.
Friday, September 21, 2018
Eaton County Circuit Court Judge John Mauerer denied a motion seeking him to disqualify himself from the case based on jurisdictional arguments from former Circuit Court Judge Daniel Burress.
The 31-year-old was reportedly walking over the tracks at Ten Mile Road and Reynold Sweet Boulevard at about 1:15pm Thursday when she was hit by the train.
Authorities say 35-year-old Kenneth Kniivila admitted that he robbed the Bank of America on Grand River in Genoa Township on January 11th, followed by two more bank robberies on January 16th in Toledo and Monroe.
Bountiful Harvest, a local food assistance agency, will get a permanent home as a result of action by the Brighton City Council.
A special prosecutor is reviewing a complaint related to allegations of misleading campaign materials being distributed by 53rd District Court Judge Suzanne Geddis.
Lisa Mae Shears is said to have supplied the fentanyl-laced heroin that killed a Gregory man.
Ann Arbor SPARK and the Economic Development Council of Livingston County had their annual meeting, Thursday.
The 2nd Annual Recovery Walk will take place at the Historic Howell Courthouse this Sunday morning.
Thursday, September 20, 2018
Judge Theresa Brennan is accused of judicial misconduct, mostly connected to her relationship with a State Police detective who served as the key prosecution witness in a 2013 murder trial she presided over.
Resident Earl Smith is unhappy with the process that is removing large amounts of crane mats leftover from the Rover Pipeline project from his property.
45-year-old Angela Cockerham of Highland Township and her husband, 48-year-old Russell Cockerham are due back in court November 20th for a pre-trial hearing.
A ceremony honoring POWs and those missing in action will be held on the lawn of the historic Livingston County Courthouse in downtown Howell this Friday, September 21st, at 12pm.
Nick Miller is a lifelong resident of Hamburg Township who began with the department as a junior firefighter when he was 14 years old.
Ashley Menchaca, a former female officer at the correctional facility, has filed a federal lawsuit alleging discrimination, retaliation and harassment.
Officials say Michelle Allison possesses a great knowledge of special education and will be both a strong leader and advocate in ensuring positive outcomes for the students and families in Livingston County.
Chuck Fellows first resigned in 2016 with plans to travel post-retirement.
Wednesday, September 19, 2018
In August, the Livingston County Veterans’ Services Committee voted to fire former director Adam Smiddy, which was not long after he learned of a check and complaint that is now the subject of a State Police investigation.
Supplies and funds are being collected at the event as a local woman and team of volunteers prepare to leave for North Carolina to aid those impacted by Hurricane Florence
Local authorities are seeking the public’s help in locating the person caught on tape stealing money from a farm stand.
With high levels of the PFAS chemicals in the river, the Health Department warns against residents or pets ingesting foam from it.
Officials say there are sections near the bridges where the concrete has dropped and other sections where the concrete has shifted creating trip hazards.
The PSA will consolidate the administrative functions of the police and fire department.
The Bluffs at Spring Hill would be constructed near Spring Mountain Drive off Flint Road, on the south side of the I-96 overpass. It would be situated on 31 acres directly beyond the cul de sac at the end of Spring Mountain Drive, where a site condo development already exists.
The Big Red Barrel, The Livingston County Drain Commissioner, and Walgreens are teaming up to get unused medications and paraphernalia.
Tuesday, September 18, 2018
Livingston County Administrator Ken Hinton has confirmed that Michigan State Police are investigating an allegation that a woman was unable to obtain a donation receipt for a $400 check she wrote to a member of the Livingston County Veterans Affairs Committee.
Members of the Livingston County Veterans Services Committee say recent allegations are a political stunt, an allegation local Democrats flatly dismiss.
At a recent Genoa Township Planning Commission meeting, representatives of Volunteers of America proposed locating a thrift store in the former Tenpenny Furniture store at 2700 East Grand River Avenue, just east of Chilson Road.
The Fowlerville Police Department says the two day hunter safety course is now over-capacity.
A proposed 206-unit senior housing development at the former Lindbom School site in Brighton will again go before the city planning commission in December after being tabled Monday night following a public hearing.
The policies were revised to include language from a settlement agreement in a lawsuit filed by sewer system users who claim they were overcharged in assessment fees.
The Huron Valley Schools superintendent search is continuing with three finalists identified.
Argentine Township Officer Paul Honkanen is being commended for his actions to help deliver a baby in July.
Project: S-Park is a group of Milford residents who say they are working to revitalize an underutilized space to build a high-quality skatepark and adventure area.
Monday, September 17, 2018
Despite the cancellation, more than 750 spectators and hearse collectors came to Hell for a wedding linked to the Just Hearse'n Around Hearse Club.
Bob Beck was presented with the American Legion Son of the Year award for the State of Michigan on Sunday at the American Legion Hall in Howell.
Applications are being accepted for the Michigan Home Heating Credit until Sept. 30 for the 2017 filing season.
The Brighton Area Schools' recently-hired Assistant Superintendent for Curriculum and Instruction is excited about her new role.
Holly-based developer Pat Battaglia wants to build a new 210-unit senior housing complex on the site of the former school on State Street.
Howell Public Schools is hosting two meetings to educate the community on its Securing Our Future Sinking Fund Millage Proposal.
"Accessible Voting For All" discussed issues like how to use voting equipment, the process, citizens’ rights, what to expect, and why it’s important to vote.
The City of Brighton says progress is being made on the North Second Street reconstruction and utility improvement project.
Sunday, September 16, 2018
Chief Rob Bradford says the police department will be able to take the bus to various locations for training, including an active shooter training scenario on Oct. 7th at the GM Proving Grounds.
A Chelsea High School Student Council letter says the school decided to stop the "outdated" tradition because of its competitive and stereotypical nature.
Francine Zysk was recenty honored with a mayoral proclamation from the city for her efforts in combating the increasing problem of drug abuse, particularly opioids.
The Michigan Attorney General’s Office is urging caution with donations to Hurricane Florence recovery charities but also when considering purchasing used cars.
Saturday, September 15, 2018
Candace Streng, formerly of Brighton, used a fraudulent GoFundMe account to collect over $31,000 in donations for her supposed medical expenses.
40-year-old Kinley Rae-Thomas Kelm is charged in the incident on September 22nd, 2017 when a fire severely damaged the Scorpions Motorcycle Club headquarters on Milford Road.
Genoa Township is working to keep residents apprised of upcoming changes with trash collection but also educated on upcoming November ballot measures and other issues.
Kids will get a chance to meet local firefighters, learn about fire safety and enter to win prizes, including a fire truck ride and prize basket.
TEALS will match up computer science professionals with teachers to team-teach with students.
Friday, September 14, 2018
The Brighton-based clinic was established in 2008 with a mission to provide affordable dental services to individuals with limited finances and little to no access to dental care.
Commissioners are being accused of failing to oversee implementation of the 2016 veterans millage, and have allowed the Veterans Services Committee to stymie attempts to implement more programs and services.
75-year-old Edwin Brown of Chelsea waived his preliminary exam last week to two counts of second degree murder and two counts of operating while intoxicated causing death.
Jim Gilligan, who is Snedicor’s Chief Operating Officer, first began hosting the charity event in 2008.
Organizers have technically “cancelled” the event due to a lack of a permit but there is no way to actually stop people from coming.
Cooper Nye wants campaign finance reform and to abolish income tax.
The annual Cheers to Volunteers event was a sign of gratitude to the many who dedicated their time to help those in need.
The legislation introduced by Congressman Mike Bishop to rename the Howell Post Office the “Sergeant Donald Burgett Post Office Building” will now move to the Senate for consideration.
Thursday, September 13, 2018
The lawsuit, which represents several dozen Brighton Township residents, alleges contamination of the plaintiffs’ groundwater and that GM committed fraud by concealing its knowledge of the contamination.
With the Michigan legislature back in session, State Rep. Hank Vaupel of Handy Township says mental health reform is at the forefront.
The award comes from the Government Finance Officers Association.
Cool Cars for Kids will be held at the Lingenfelter Collection from 4 to 8pm. Tickets are $50 each and will include food, entertainment, and a variety of beautiful exotic cars all to benefit the Ronald McDonald House Charities Detroit.
Three officers from the South Lyon Police Department will be participating in the Law Enforcement Torch Run on Friday morning.
A number of community members testified at a town hall meeting regarding the conduct of embattled Judge Theresa Brennan.
Only a handful of residents came out for "Budget & Brews" as the city prepares to ask residents for a Headlee Override to maintain city services and infrastructure.
The family of the late John McCain says it is 'disappointed' with a recent television ad being used against two Democrats, including Elissa Slotkin, who is trying to unseat 8th District Republican Mike Bishop.
The Fireworks Committee is making a last call for volunteers, without which they will have to dissolve and liquidate assets.
Wednesday, September 12, 2018
Roughly 300 firefighters, supporters, and members of the public came out for a Memorial Tribute remembering those who've passed as a result of the 9/11 attacks.
The Veterans Services Committee voted 4-1 to terminate the employment of Adam Smiddy at their August 27th meeting.
A new training facility and day care for pets; Dog Town-Kitty City, is looking to come to the Howell area by the start of 2019.
A Rockford, Illinois, man with ties to heroin dealing was a arrested in Milford after attempting to flee from a drunken driving stop.
Topping the list is former Republican Senator from Nebraska Chuck Hagel, who served as Secretary of Defense in the Obama Administration.
The Health Department is the only the 7th in Michigan to receive the recognition from the Public Health Accreditation Board.
Colleen Turk, the Democratic challenger seeking to unseat Republican incumbent Hank Vaupel for Michigan’s 47th State House seat, says the forum will give attendees a chance to learn how immigration works by hearing directly from people who work on the issue.
No PFOS or PFOS were found in the water of the Fonda, Island and Briggs Lake Joint Water Authority.
Tuesday, September 11, 2018
Police closed down Michigan Avenue between Clinton Street and Grand River after a pickup truck crashed into a vacant building at 120 North Michigan Avenue around 9am.
Hune says Wednesday's town hall will serve to gather testimony from people who have been impacted by 53rd District Court Judge Brennan’s malfeasance.
The Full Military Honors Act of 2018 would allow enlisted Medal of Honor recipients and Prisoners of War who are eligible for burial at Arlington National Cemetery to receive a full military honors burial.
“Budget & Brews" is the second public informational session on the ballot proposal and will take place at Cleary’s Pub at 7pm this Wednesday.
A town hall meeting Wednesday in Howell will solicit feedback about Livingston County’s judicial system and, in particular, embattled 53rd District Court Judge Theresa Brennan.
The Huron Valley Schools superintendent search process is progressing, with former Howell superintendent Ron Wilson named a finalist.
A company in the City of Howell has tested positive for levels of PFAS chemicals but officials stress there is no danger to the drinking water supply.
ESPN will be in Brighton in October to present an award to Brighton High School for its Unified Team, one of the top five such teams in the US.
Monday, September 10, 2018
Janelle K. Best, who currently serves as the Executive Director of the Clarkston Area Chamber of Commerce, was named today as the new President for the Howell chamber, succeeding Pat Convery.
John James will headline the event, set for Tuesday, October 30th at Crystal Gardens in Genoa Township. James, the GOP nominee for U.S. Senate, is a West Point graduate and a combat veteran who served in Iraq as an Apache helicopter pilot.
Of all the stops the Wall has made while traveling the country this year, Livingston County had the largest number of visiting guests, drawing approximately 12,000 people to the site.
The League of Women Voters and 4 area libraries are bringing Bridge Magazine's Michigan Truth Tour to the Historic Howell Theater.
Burgett was one of the founders of the veterans group, which has changed its name from the Reed J. Daparto Chapter 125 to the Donald R. Burgett Chapter 125.
Court records show that a September 21st hearing is set to hear the motion, filed by former 44th Circuit Court Judge Daniel Burress.
The new law requires permanent expulsion of any student convicted of criminal sexual conduct against another pupil enrolled in the same school district.
An upcoming program in Brighton will focus on the November election and where candidates stand on various environmental issues.
Sunday, September 9, 2018
The Brighton DPW will be ready to handle whatever comes along in the way of snow this coming winter with new trucks and a repaired salt dome.
The last major roadblock for the planned Brighton Coffeehouse and Theater in downtown Brighton appears to have been removed with action Thursday night at the Brighton City Council meeting.
A reward is still being offered in connection with efforts to locate Kevin Graves, who was last seen at the Electric Forest Music Festival.
Saturday, September 8, 2018
Nicholas Cashero will serve time in prison, while Kenneth Helbig was sentenced to boot camp and probation.
35 seniors are working to earn their full IB Diploma in June 2019.
There have been three incidents of careless drivers putting the lives of workers at risk, including one locally.
Local public safety officials will recap and talk about the events before a wreath laying ceremony.
The forum acted more as a discussion piece between the Livingston County Sheriff's Office, Prosecutor's Office, and local Democrats running for county office.
Friday, September 7, 2018
Jenkins was honored with the award in part due to his service in the Middle East as an Intel Analyst
Some residents have received phony threats by mail concerning IRS liens against their property because of back taxes.
Military vehicles and an all-you-can-eat breakfast highlight this family-friendly event at Maple Grove Airport.
The charity resale boutique in Howell is celebrating it's one year anniversary serving clients and community.
Andrew Yost entered a plea to charges of domestic violence and one count of attempting to interfere with electronic communications.
Text amendments to zoning ordinance have been approved by the Genoa Township Board to help accommodate future development in the Latson Road/I-96 interchange area.
A large chunk of property owned by the city of Brighton will be put out for bid, with a minimum bid price of over $1 million.
The 30-second spot launched Thursday emphasizes the Rochester Republican's Michigan roots.
A devastating apartment fire is being attributed to a self-balancing scooter.
Thursday, September 6, 2018
Brighton Fire Chief Mike O’Brian tells WHMI they were called out at 9:37am after a hi-lo operator hit a gas line inside the store.
Russell and Angela Cockerham of Highland Township were charged after the Oakland County Narcotic Enforcement Team executed a search warrant at the Carter Country Homes in Holly.
Congressional candidate Elissa Slotkin met with community members to learn what issues matter to voters and where Congress can find areas of agreement among them.
With favorable weather in the forecast, big crowds are expected to take over downtown Brighton on Friday and Saturday for the 13th annual festival.
Jeannette Ambrose has served on Howell's Planning Commission, ZBA, and DDA design committee.
31-year-old David Dennis Tomaszycki of Howell was arraigned yesterday on charges of false report or threat of terrorism and malicious use of telecommunication services.
The Veterans Affairs Committee in April voted by a majority to approve the position; however three committee members attended the Board of Commissioners’ Tuesday meeting to voice their opposition to it.
Hogan Road between Lahring Road and Rolston Road will be closed starting around 8am.
Wednesday, September 5, 2018
Local lawmakers are inviting anyone wanting to share their story on how 53rd District Court Judge Theresa Brennan has damaged their lives.
According to a recent study, the current millage is not enough to offset operational costs and the need for a new station on the east side of the township.
Local residents on calling on the county's Board of Commissioners to take action on the PFAS problem, but officials will not do so without direction from Matt Bolang, Director of Environmental Health for Livingston County.
All proceeds go to provide help and hope for victims and survivors of interpersonal violence at LACASA.
The Brighton Area Fire Authority says they have contacted a qualified service agency to repair the sirens as soon as possible.
The workers were at the Livingston County site to hear the latest on the work stoppage and the state of contract negotiations with the Michigan Infrastructure Transportation Association.
Bill Manns brings 27 years of health care administration experience to the position.
In addition to more efficient safety alerts, the app allows principals and teachers to post pictures, events and news to the app’s feed.
Tuesday, September 4, 2018
Andrew Yost was arraigned August 14th on a misdemeanor count of domestic violence and a felony count of interfering with electronic communications.
Student Government is looking to replace homecoming "royalty" with elected student representatives that are known for making a difference in the school and community.
The festival occurs simultaneously across the globe, including Sydney, Moscow, Vienna, Cape Town and cinemas in all fifty of the United States and beyond. Films are 20 minutes in length.
The event celebrates recovery from addiction and substance use disorders, while also drawing attention to the opioid crisis locally.
State Representative Lana Theis says while she is still drafting language for a resolution to impeach Judge Theresa Brennan, should the Judicial Tenure Commission choose to act prior to a vote on the floor or should Brennan choose to resign, her resolution wouldn’t be necessary.
Flashing red signals will be installed at Chilson & Swarthout, and then later at Merrill & Strawberry Lake Road.
Project leaders have requested an additional $28,000 in contingency funds to potentially cover soil and utility issues they've come upon.
A Medical Marijuana Education Forum aims to shed some light on changes to laws and compliance.
Monday, September 3, 2018
Preliminary figures indicate that enrollment in the Brighton Area Schools will be up slightly in the coming year.
Mayor Nick Proctor read a mayoral proclamation aloud marking the designation. He says local organizations are on the front lines of a battle that many still refuse to discuss in public, as suicide and mental illness remain too taboo a topic to speak on.
Motivational speaker Anthony Ianni, will speak to students and parents at Whitmore Lake High School on Tuesday morning at 8am and again at 9am.
Numerous slots are still open in a variety of positions, like helping with auctions, games, providing information to guests, and a chance to play the role of Robin Hood, Friar Tuck or Maid Marian.
Sunday, September 2, 2018
The 5K Run-Walk will be held Saturday, September 8th, to honor first responders and civilian lives that were lost on September 11th, 2001.
The Brighton-based nonprofit dental center is celebrating a decade of serving Livingston County residents in need with an outdoor art tour.
The seminar will focus on the signs of identity theft and fraud, how to protect one’s own personal informatione, and what to do if you are a victim of identity theft or fraud.
Saturday, September 1, 2018
The US-23 Flex Route project has been selected as the winner in the Operations Excellence category at the regional level - and the public has a vote in the national competition.
Tracey Sahouri sued the district in 2012, alleging it violated the Whistleblower Protection Act when it removed her as principal from Creekside Elementary School.
Volunteers and donations are needed as the Salvation Army of Livingston County prepares for the upcoming holiday season.
Some changes have been approved to the rate structure for water and sewer tap fees in the City of Howell.
Garlin Gilchrist II will speak at the Livingston County Democratic Party’s Fall Fest on Saturday, September 8th, at the Howell Nature Center.