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It's Monday, and that means we've put together this list of things going on in Brighton to help make your week a little brighter, easier and more fun.
Livingston County's court system is reorganizing its dockets in an effort to provide 'more efficient' service to the public, court officials said.
Tianna Rooney, director of Perspectives Therapy Services, said her Brighton business started in September 2004.
Three traditional holiday hits are coming to Livingston County stages this weekend as Brighton High School presents "It's a Wonderful Life," Fountain Dance Ministry puts on its annual showings of "The Nutcracker" and Community Theatre of Fowlerville stages an adaptation of "A Christmas Carol.
At Thursday night's City Council meeting, Livingston County District Court Administrator Debra Kubitskey provided council with a rundown on the changes that will take place.
A Genoa Township family is safe after fire damaged their home Thursday in the 7300 block of Herbst Road near Oak Lane.
A new list from the Washington Post ranks Brighton's 48116 ZIP code as wealthier than many of the neighbors it borders.
Ski enthusiasts get their lift tickets at the newly renovated Mt. Brighton, which is wrapping up $10 million in improvements courtesy of Vail Resorts.
On Wednesday, December 11, the big man himself is taking time out of his hectic Christmas schedule to stop by and take photos with the children of Brighton.
Media personalities and community leaders across southeastern Michigan will join together on Saturday, Dec. 7, for the inaugural Salvation Army Celebrity Bell Ringer Day.
An online campaign to raise money for Thomas Orndorff of Brighton, who remains in a coma after a serious car accident, continues to raise money for the family.
Patch is here to make your life ridiculously easy, so as you sit down today and plan your weekend, here are some events you should know about in the Brighton area.
The second annual Living With Love in Livingston that supports local businesses and will benefit Big Brothers Big Sisters of Livingston County will be held Saturday at Studio West, 111 S. West St. in Brighton.