Tuesday, December 31, 2019
33-year-old Jesse Ray Linn was arrested December 4th after Milford Police say he stole a 2019 Chevy Silverado from a gas station in Wixom.
Livingston County residents will be ringing in the New Year with friends and family and celebrations of varying kinds but officials again urge that they do so in a safe and sober manner.
Chuck Stockwell is retiring but will continue to provide consultation on strategic planning issues related to curriculum, philosophy and facility development.
The Brighton District Library Board of Trustees is seeking a candidate to fill an open position on the board.
The U.S. Census Bureau released new 5-year estimates from the 2014-2018 American Community Survey (ACS).
The video is posted at CityOfHowell.org and features various scenarios in which common household tasks are highlighted that adversely affect Thompson Lake.
Livingston County residents are again being encouraged to get outdoors and enjoy the first hike of 2020 at a local recreation area.
Monday, December 30, 2019
The audit released Friday by the Office of Auditor General found that 32 counties, 83 cities and 426 townships lack fully accredited election official as of May 3rd, 2019.
The project to replace a culvert over the Walker Drain is expected to take approximately 4 weeks.
Applications for the program will be accepted starting January 2nd. Each 2 - 3 week residency provides artists the opportunity to become part of a long-established tradition of interpreting national parks through art.
The Huron-Clinton Metropolitan Authority will hold a public hearing on proposed amendments to its Community Recreation Plan on Thursday, January 9th.
A motion to approve the appointments was passed by the township's Board of Trustees at a recent meeting.
42-year-old Michael Joseph Snyder of Northfield Township will stand trial for charges that stem from an incident October 27th on I-96 in Livingston County.
Recently signed supplemental spending bills restored budget dollars from K-12 and higher education, public safety and rural health care, but have yet to address cuts to programs that support runaway and homeless youths, school-based social and mental health care and adoptive families.
City Council recently extended the contract with the Michigan Municipal League, which was hired to assist in the original search.
Sunday, December 29, 2019
“Within These Walls” are one-hour programs in which the organization’s leaders share their stories, discuss plans for the future, and conduct a walking tour of the LACASA facility.
Residents and business owners will have a chance to weigh in in on what they like and don't like with regards to the city's services, policies, and more.
The contest will recognize one police officer or deputy, jail deputy or corrections officer, firefighter, dispatcher, and emergency medical technician who either works or lives in the district. Nominations are due by January 1st.
Saturday, December 28, 2019
As 2019 comes to a close, the annual year-end report was given at a recent Livingston County Board of Commissioners meeting.
A group of teens were caught on camera throwing rocks from a retaining wall onto the ice and into the pond, prompting a Friday post on the City of Brighton Facebook page that has generated hundreds of comments. The post has since been removed.
Genesee County Undersheriff Christopher Swanson was named to the post by county commissioners on Monday.
Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson says her office has modernized and made state elections more secure, along with delivering on promises to improve customer service.
The project aims to build capacity and serve the region by implementing a strategic plan by providing outreach and educational opportunities, as well as technical support.
Friday, December 27, 2019
Officers were dispatched at about 5am to an alarm at the Target Store on 8043 Challis Road. When they arrived on scene minutes later, they found the front doors had been shattered. There was also damage to the display cases in the store.
Genesee County Circuit Court Judge David Newblatt will now hear the case against 19-year old Abdurrahman Ahmed Akl, who is charged with second degree murder in the 2017 shooting death of 18-year-old Brady Morris.
Township officials previously shared concerns that some of the requested increases are by as much as 50%.
Hilltop View Apartments being developed by the Avalon Nonprofit Housing Corporation in partnership with Chelsea-based Faith in Action was contingent on Avalon receiving the tax credits, which would provide 85% of the project’s funding.
Fenton Police say the truck’s driver suffered just minor injuries. No other vehicles were involved.
A 15-year-old is in custody after leading police on a chase in a stolen car on Christmas Day that ended up with him crashing the vehicle.
Officer Eric Sorenson has remained a constant presence and pillar as a member of the community’s law enforcement since 1994.
Bollin's plan would streamline the absentee voting process by requiring every municipality to establish a permanent absent voter list.
Thursday, December 26, 2019
It was a magical Christmas for three boys who recently lost their father and got a surprise visit from Detroit Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford and his wife Kelly.
The holidays are fun, busy times to celebrate with family and friends but officials say it’s also one of the deadliest times of year for drunk-and drugged-driving fatalities.
Authorities say 24-year-old Luis Santana gave the teen his number, then texted her explicit photos before picking her up and assaulting her in a store parking lot.
The Secretary of State has recently selected 250,000 residents in a random name draw who will receive applications for the 13-member panel by mail. Those applications are being mailed out this week and next.
The Livingston County Sheriff’s Office says deputies were dispatched at 6:33 Wednesday morning to a report of a vehicle versus pedestrian crash on W. Grand Avenue near Gregory Road in Handy Township.
The pair took $200 from the registers before fleeing on foot down the street and entering what a witness described as a dark, older model SUV with a loud exhaust.
The Livingston County Board of Commissioners unanimously approved a resolution appointing current Health Officer Dianne McCormick to the deputy administrator position.
Loans are being made available as a result of excessive rain from March 1st through September 1st, 2019.
Tuesday, December 24, 2019
The driver of the pickup, 52-year-old Duane Arthur Buers of Whitmore Lake, was pronounced as deceased at the scene by first responders.
ATF agents allege that three suspects, including 18-year-old Brandon McClure and 19-year-old Daniel Rae, broke into Titus Kustoms LLC on Grand Avenue in Fowlerville in the early morning hours of December 11th and “stole approximately 17 firearms.”
The annual community effort to help keep kids and families warm this winter is underway across Livingston County.
Detroit News reporter Michael H. Hodges, author of Building the Modern World: Albert Kahn in Detroit, will review Kahn’s local legacy, life and work in January.
Aatiyanna Clemons was charged with the attempted theft from the Genoa Township Walmart where Michigan State Police Troopers were working with the Livingston County Sheriff’s Office for the “Cram a Cruiser” event.
Monday, December 23, 2019
Green Oak Fire Chief Kevin Gentry says the crash involved a pickup that crossed the median and hit a semi. Both north and southbound US-23 between Lee and Silver Lake Road were closed for the extended period of time for investigation by the Livingston County Accident Investigation Team.
The blaze occurred Saturday at a home on a private drive off of 8 Mile Road. While the family was not home at the time, the fire destroyed their home and killed their three dogs.
Those opposed to Senate Bill 431 feel it would remove power from local government to deny permits to land owners for mining operations. Supporters say it would aid in a more effective use of the state’s road dollars.
An agreement between the township and historical society aims to better establish both the museum and historical society as self-sustaining nonprofit entities.
The US Postal Service is evaluating property that surrounds the main Howell fire station for a new facility.
Dr. Sarah Mills, Senior Project Manager at U of M’s Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy, says there are 20 wind energy projects and 56 solar energy projects currently being considered in the state.
Livingston County Circuit Court Judge Michael Hatty also ordered Cade Eversole to pay restitution to The Tyrone Party Store in the amount of $31,340.
Sunday, December 22, 2019
The Attorney Discipline Board says the suspension of ex-53rd District Court judge Theresa Brennan was effective Dec. 3. That's the day she was convicted of perjury.
Pending final City Council OK, the Brighton City Planning Commission has given the green light to proposed updating of the city's zoning ordinance.
Amy Kozle of Genoa Township has pleaded guilty as charged to one count of possession with intent to distribute a controlled substance; in this case, testosterone.
Saturday, December 21, 2019
24-year-old Luis Santana is facing various charges of criminal sexual conduct with a victim age 13 to 15, and a count of child sexually abusive activity.
As for Livingston’s cities and townships, Brighton Township was tops with a median household income in excess of $105,000.
A membership drive for the local group focused on leading teens toward a drug and alcohol free life has been deemed a success.
Four additional full-time firefighters have been added to the Brighton Area Fire Authority.
Livingston County Democrats are again helping struggling families holiday season with donations to Gleaners Community Food Bank.
Friday, December 20, 2019
A local lawmaker’s horse racing bill was signed into law today as part of the larger bipartisan package that legalizes Internet gaming and sports betting through Michigan's casinos.
The Salvation Army is currently putting out a call for bell ringers as they have over 30 hours of bell ringing shifts open this Saturday, one of their biggest fundraising days, at their best locations.
Full reconstruction of the roads in the northwest neighborhoods of Brighton will bring new curb and gutter, water, storm water, and sanitary sewer to the area in 2021.
Employees at Livingston County Veterans’ Services surprised local veterans with hand-picked presents.
Officials with the Michigan Attorney General's office say that Barry J. Cadden and Glenn Chin will remain in the Livingston County Jail until their pre-trial hearings resume in mid-February.
Staff and students from Brighton Area Schools partnered with Brighton Ford to award two local families facing difficulties a "Christmas Wish" of $1,250.
The motion to dismiss the case against 54-year-old David Price III states that people are unable to proceed in the case due to the death of one victim and the inability to locate the other.
More than $50,000 was raised to help the VINA Dental Clinic serve those with financial difficulties.
Thursday, December 19, 2019
Court records indicate that Jeffrey Fillmore, who was also charged with money laundering, entered a guilty plea recently to a single count of conspiracy to commit health care fraud.
In early November, a gate that controls water flow to Lobdell Lake got stuck, causing nearly two feet of water to be lost.
27-year-old Brianne Nicole Pope was charged with three counts of Moving Violation Causing Serious Injury after the crash of a charter bus she was driving as it returned from a Hartland school field trip on April 27th.
Nearly $43,000 was recently presented to Gleaners Community Food Bank of Southeastern Michigan by donations collected by the Gold for Food program.
In-laws, holiday debt and strained relationships are just some of the issues that tend to add stress during the holiday season, but public speaker Brigette Patton says "emotional intelligence" is a way to better handle that stress.
There were not enough votes on the committee needed to spend $77,050 on bringing in an estimated 5-7% new veterans to the department.
The annual Christmas Blessing project though Livingston County Catholic Charities is a community supported project for home bound and low income seniors.
Okemos-based Michigan Audubon is recruiting middle and high school students to join the week-long Michigan Young Birders Camp in June.
Wednesday, December 18, 2019
Defense attorneys for Jerome Kowalski say a suspected blood sample that was found in the car of the victim’s step-son may contain DNA from more than just one person.
The Milford Police Department is thanking the community for assistance in helping identify the person responsible for recent vandalism at Central Park.
The promotions took place during the Fire Department’s Annual Christmas Party on Saturday, December 14th.
Winners from 6 categories have been announced, with Citizen of the Year being kept secret until the Chamber's Annual Dinner, which will take place next month.
A mail scam is being investigated in which a Chelsea woman was contacted by a Russian woman who wanted her to mail various packages.
Deputy Chief Dariusz Nisenbaum, Officer Adam Fischhaber, and Officer Kimberly Leeds were honored at a recent meeting of the township's Board of Trustees.
Tuesday, December 17, 2019
The Livingston County Sheriff’s Office says deputies were dispatched at about 2:45 Monday afternoon to a vehicle versus pedestrian injury accident near Ore Creek Middle School in Hartland Township.
Township Board members "reluctantly" accepted the resignation of Douglas Brown who has served the community for a combined total of 26 years.
Passage of a law legalizing recreational marijuana has prompted many communities to take a second look at whether to allow recreational marijuana establishments within their borders.
Michigan Citizens for Water Conservation contends the state failed act to protect water resources from corporate interests.
The 8th District Democrat was greeted Monday morning at a town hall gathering at Oakland University by a loud mix of both supporters and detractors among the nearly 500 people in attendance. Straining to be heard over protestors, Slotkin tried to explain why she came to the conclusion that she did.
30-year-old Amy Marchant filed the suit in June against the Brighton Nazarene Church, known to most as “The Naz” alleging the church invaded her privacy, violated the Breastfeeding Anti-Discrimination Act and committed a breach of contract, in addition to issuing a defamatory apology.
A proposal to rezone a large plot of land has been put on hold, after concerns were raised about density, wetlands, ownership, and incongruity with the municipality's future plans.
Tracey Sahouri sued the district in 2012, alleging it violated the Whistleblower Protection Act when it removed her as principal from Creekside Elementary School.
Monday, December 16, 2019
Republican State Rep. Mike Mueller of Linden, who served as a Livingston County Sheriff’s deputy prior to being elected to office, says the 2020 budget resolution restores funding for secondary road patrols in the state and provides economic security for law enforcement.
After 11 years as head of the Cromaine District Library, Ceci Marlow is retiring in January.
The go-kart sized electric vehicle is part of the Square One project; a statewide vehicle design challenge held at Kettering University in May.
“Handle With Care” is an initiative that makes school officials aware of children that have been exposed to crime, violence, abuse or some other traumatic event.
44-year-old Michael Dennis Fletcher, a teacher with Huron Valley Schools, was taken into custody in September at Lakeland High School after a breathalyzer showed his blood alcohol limit was more than four times the legal limit.
Tayden Cook’s creation, the FamFri Messaging App, allows family members and friends to easily message and locate each other, share pictures and locations, and even participate in a kindness challenge.
Sunday, December 15, 2019
A federal judge sentenced 36-year-old Mark Allen McCormick on Thursday following the Brighton man’s May guilty plea to a charge of distribution of child pornography.
The City adopted a family of eleven through the Salvation Army of Livingston County and donated more than 500 pounds of food to Gleaners Community Food Bank.
Amy Kilgren has been with Howell Public Schools since 2002 and teaches several Family and Consumer Science courses like Teen Life, Life Skills, and Health and Wellness.
Comments received will help ensure the ongoing opportunity for effective, broad-based participation in the development and review of regional plans and programs.
There are a limited number of openings in the first-through-fourth grades, grades 6 and 7 and high school, which is grades 9 through 12). The deadline for applying is next Wednesday, Dec. 18th.
Saturday, December 14, 2019
The Howell Police Department says investigation revealed that there was no foul play involved and that the incident was the result of a tragic accident.
The Hartland Senior Living Planned Development would be located between Bullard Road and Fenton Road, and is proposed to consist of a single, three story, 146-unit building that accommodates seniors ages 62 and older.
Officer Parks raised his paw Thursday to become the first police dog for the Huron-Clinton Metroparks Police Department.
The Brighton High School football team led the way, winning district and regional titles before making it to Ford Field in Detroit for the state championship game. And while they didn't end up winning, Brighton became the first football team from Livingston County in history to make it to the state football championship game.
Citizens can drop off all brands of razors, razor blades and both their rigid and flexible plastic packages at the City’s DPW offices.
Friday, December 13, 2019
The Michigan Supreme Court recently announced that Judge Michael Hatty has been appointed to serve as chief judge of Livingston County's Circuit and District Courts starting January 1st.
The Dropout Recovery Program assists public schools that are working with students who have dropped out to help them get their diplomas.
Proposed ordinances related to transitional and sober living housing in the City of Howell have been revised to address potential legal issues.
Alexandra Paige entered a no contest plea in August to three charges; one for operating while intoxicated, and two for Assaulting/Resisting/and Obstructing a Police Officer.
National Wreaths Across America Day is a free, non-political event that is open to everyone and ceremonies are planned in Pinckney and Fowlerville.
State Representative Hank Vaupel's plan to allow advance deposit wagering, supporting the racing and agricultural industries, is headed to the governor's desk for signing.
Purchase and donate a book at the Green Oak Township Barnes & Noble by December 31st to support LESA's Talking is Teaching campaign.
The toy drive aims to again brighten the holidays for children at LACASA, a non-profit that provides services for victims of child abuse, domestic violence and sexual assault.
Thursday, December 12, 2019
The release of a deposition by former Michigan State Police Detective Sean Furlong has cast further doubt about the impartiality of the Livingston County Prosecutor's Office during the murder trial of a man whose conviction has since been vacated.
The Green Oak Township Fire Department was called out just before 11pm to a reported garage fire at a residence off of 9 Mile Road east of Rushton Road.
Brighton Police say at about 5am Wednesday, officers were dispatched to an alarm call at the Sprint Store, located at 333 W. Grand River Ave.
Only 38.5% of the way to their goal, the Salvation Army depends on the Red Kettle Campaign for 1/3 of their yearly budget.
"Highly effective" is the top performance review that the Board of Education can give, giving it to Superintendent Greg Gray, once again.
Two male juveniles age 11 and 13 are responsible for shooting a mail delivery woman with a BB gun Wednesday afternoon.
Island Lake Road between Eastbridge Drive and Dexter-Chelsea Road will be closed parts of Friday, Monday, and Tuesday.
Howell High School Principal Jason Schrock says the timing for relocation works out well as BAFA is preparing to renovate Fire Station 34 on Dorr Road in Genoa Township.
Wednesday, December 11, 2019
Volunteers are being sought for various positions at a seasonal homeless shelter run by a local nonprofit.
Versa Development is proposing an innovation and technology campus to be set on Latson Road, south of the I-96 interchange.
Former Milwaukee County Sheriff David Clarke has thrown his support behind Howell real estate agent Mike Detmer in his run for Michigan's 8th District Congress seat.
The "Larry Lawrence Memorial Scholarship" will be given to a graduating senior from the Brighton Area that is going to a Vocational School.
Each team qualified to advance to the state championship events based on their performance at district qualifier competitions.
Supervisor Bill Fountain says, "We had an ordinance that after three inches of snow you had to remove it within 24 hours. People are doing that well enough on their own."
The Three Fires Elementary Cognitively Impaired Program applied for a grant from The Howell Education Foundation for The Pawsitivity Project: First Therapy Dog in Howell Public Schools and received $10,000.
Tuesday, December 10, 2019
Howell Police are investigating the death of an elderly woman at Vista Springs, located at 605 Pere Marquette Street.
The bodies of 61-year-old Kim Mathewson and her son, 39-year-old Shawn Mathewson, were discovered November 6th shortly after 10pm inside their residence on W. Legrand Street in the Howell Estates Mobile Home Community.
Carl Klopshinske died Monday. He was 85. Known to many simply as Mr. K, Klopshinske was the director of bands at Brighton Area Schools from 1959-1992.
Testing results continue to be favorable now that the Howell company has stopped using a chemical earlier found to be emanating in the air around its facility.
Implementation of a nearly $60 million bond issue requires a lot of planning, and that's exactly what Brighton Area Schools officials are doing, with passage of the bond issue by district voters only a month ago.
The project got underway in June with a goal to renovate about 90% of the building, which was constructed in 1996.
A total of $88,483 was raised which will provide 265,449 meals through the Shared Harvest Pantry in Genoa Township.
19-year old Abdurrahman Ahmed Akl is charged with second degree murder in the shooting death of 18-year-old Brady Morris.
Students and staff in the Huron Valley Schools district raised $40,000 to brighten the upcoming holidays for local families.
There are 10 focus groups that have been established and meetings will take place Wednesday.
Monday, December 9, 2019
Donations were matched up to the total funds available and will stay in Livingston County to help in multiple ways including crucial programs like nutritious food in local pantries, utility and shelter assistance and an eviction diversion program.
71-year-old Hal Jeffrey Wiessbock was arrested October 22nd at his home after the Michigan Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force received a tip about his cyber activity earlier this year.
The generosity of the community on the global day of giving will help make an all-abilities and accessible play area at Kensington Metropark Maple Beach a reality.
Tetra Tech and G2 will conduct studies on the land the officials hope to develop into a new facility with multiple basketball courts, meeting spaces, and an indoor walking track.
The winners of The Lovely Monkey Tattoo shop's contest will receive tattoos of 3D areolas and nipples on their post-mastectomy, reconstructed breasts.
Lt. Tom Kiurski was recognized at the Michigan Fire Service Instructors Association's annual meeting in Traverse City Friday.
A holiday-themed movie to be aired on the Lifetime channel will be shown locally this Thursday at the Brighton Center for the Performing Arts.
An annual effort is underway to collect donations for local veterans in need and their families.
Sunday, December 8, 2019
LACASA Collection in Howell has opened a new online store.
Bobby Eckels has been a reserve officer on the Brighton force for a year-and-a-half.
The interior of the building is being renovated to incorporate golf simulators and office space, while the inside bar and outdoor entertainment area will remain.
Gleaners Community Food Bank and Pinckney Community Schools will hold their next School Mobile Food distribution event this coming Wednesday, December 11th, from 5 to 6pm.
Saturday, December 7, 2019
A man who apparently has a history of impersonating police has been charged after posing as a fake cop who pulled over a woman and swore at her on I-96 in Livingston County.
The owners of the station at the corner of Barnard Street and Grand River are working to reopen in January.
The South Lyon Police Department found three guinea pigs running loose in McHattie Park Friday evening. Anyone with information about who the guinea pigs belong to is asked to call (248)437-1773.
Township Supervisor Mark St. Charles says if the increases were approved, he doesn’t see how it could affect homeowners with the exception of maybe some minor work with sewer issues.
Deborah Delisle of the Alliance for Excellent Education says that raising the state graduation rate to 90% would provides hundreds of million of dollars worth of benefit to communities.
Friday, December 6, 2019
Nick Peruski, a business and technology teacher in the Huron Valley School District, was surprised at a school assembly where he was presented with a Milken Educator Award and given a $25,000 cash prize.
The new self-service stations will eventually be able to process driver's license and state IDs, along with existing service for vehicle license plate tabs.
Council approved an amendment to the Downtown Business District ordinance that will allow taller building heights in the city’s downtown.
Both the House and Senate took initial action on supplemental budget bills this week that would restore funding vetoed by Governor Whitmer last September.
To mark the tragedy of the 2012 Sandy Hook massacre and honor the more than 700,000 Americans killed or injured by guns since then, several community groups are coming together this Sunday, December 8th at 5pm at St. Paul's Episcopal Church in downtown Brighton for a candlelight vigil.
The effort begins each spring, with local social service agencies enrolling children. Locally, that’s handled by Livingston County Catholic Charities.
Crews from multiple fire departments battled a blaze at a home in a subdivision in Gregory Thursday.
Residents of the city of Brighton have one last chance today to get their curbside leaves picked up by the city DPW.
Local emergency departments are reminding the community about a method used to mark abandoned vehicles during the winter season.
Thursday, December 5, 2019
The program, in its 10th year, engages students through program-based learning prioritizing college, career, and civic life readiness.
The recently released study found that when taking into account inflation between 2002 and 2017, property taxes lost 15 percent of their value, and revenue sharing from the state fell by more than 37 percent.
Howell Parks and Recreation has teamed up with Denise Brennan-Nelson to create a larger-than-life drive-through experience at Scofield Park adapted from her new book Santa's Secret.
16-year-old Trevon Tyler, who was #54 on South Lyon East High School's football team, passed away the day after Thanksgiving from complications of surgery.
Mallorie DeVilbiss, who has served as the head of digital services at Troy Public Library for the past five years, has been selected as director of Cromaine Library.
63 participants from the Livingston County Sheriff's Office raised a total of $3,150 for the Warren R. and Lauraine A. Hoensheid Cancer Center at St. Joseph Mercy Brighton, which was matched dollar for dollar by Williams Distributing.
"Regular people" are being sought to join the commission given the authority to adopt potentially new district boundaries for the Michigan House, Michigan Senate, and U.S. Congress.
Wednesday, December 4, 2019
Former Livingston County Judge Theresa Brennan has entered a plea of guilty to perjury. In exchange, the Michigan Attorney General’s Office has agreed to drop tampering with evidence and misconduct in office charges.
The candidate selected to become the next Howell city manager has declined the offer, meaning another search process will be getting underway after the holidays.
The open house will take place from 11am to 2pm and will serve not only as a celebration of the season, but also as a chance for community members to check out the newly renovated library.
Ciara Franklin is charged along with Aatiyanna Clemons for allegedly trying to steal from the Genoa Township Walmart where Michigan State Police were holding a donation drive.
The community is stepping up to assist a Fowlerville family of six displaced by a house fire Tuesday and lost everything.
State Senator Lana Theis on Monday announced a contest to recognize the service of the 22nd Senate District’s public safety officers.
The high school wrestlers and other volunteers took some time out of their busy Thanksgiving holiday weekend to help a person in need.
Tuesday, December 3, 2019
Fowlerville firefighters were called out to a structure fire at about 5:10am in the 500 block of Fowlerville Road between Sargent and Mason roads.
The Livingston County Sheriff’s Office says that 49-year-old Joseph Mark Frappier of Hartland Township was arrested and charged with ten counts of various degrees of Criminal Sexual Conduct involving two minors who he coached.
The former Burroughs Roadhouse restaurant is being renovated to create an indoor area for golf simulators and corporate office space to be called “The Bunker”.
Dr. George Heitsch completed 43 years in education after retiring in June from Farmington Public Schools where he had served as superintendent for five years.
The Road Commission says crews will remove and replace a cross culvert, which will require the road to be completely closed.
The sessions will include discussions on anticipating demands for land use, fostering a competitive business climate, advancing innovation and technology, investing in critical infrastructure, and preparing and connecting talent with jobs.
Monday, December 2, 2019
Padnos Iron and Metal has requested a delay in considering its proposal to add a scrap shredder to process materials on its property at 645 Lucy Road in Howell.
Huron-Clinton Metroparks are hoping for a fundraising boost on Giving Tuesday, when all donations will be matched by Genisys Credit Union for the all-inclusive play area with options for all abilities.
Tips and resources for issues surrounding aging drivers will be on the forefront of the Secretary of State's office this week.
James Clark, a 7th grader who won the National Geographic GeoBee at Ore Creek Middle School in Hartland, now has a chance to participate in the GeoBee national championship in the Spring of 2020.
County Commissioners approved a resolution to apply for and administer a grant for the Livingston County Senior Nutrition Meals on Wheels program but not without debate.
The City wants its ordinance to mirror state law and include the term "dating relationships" when speaking to a situation in which domestic violence or domestic assault occurs against an individual.
The program will share tools to recognize potential teen drug use, what next steps to take if there is concern, and skills to engage youth in conversation on the issue.
Supporters of the lawsuit claim that the approval of work requirements is illegal, while supporters of work requirements claim they help enrollees achieve self-sufficiency.
Sunday, December 1, 2019
The Michigan Law Enforcement Polar Plunge raises money for the Special Olympics of Michigan, which provides free sports programs for athletes with intellectual disabilities.
The Rev. Deon Johnson has been the rector of St. Paul's Episcopal Church in Brighton since 2006.
The Livingston County Senior Nutrition Program is looking for volunteer drivers as well as office workers.