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At 9 a.m. Monday, Gilluly/Kingsley Camp 120 Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War will hold a memorial service for the solders and sailors of Livingston County who served during the Civil War.
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A 17-year-old from Brighton along with a 23-year-old and a 15-year-old from Howell were arrested in connection to a string of robberies after a foot chase led police through neighborhoods and businesses in Howell on Wednesday morning.
Jerry Millen of Livingston County's Hartland Township is seeking a potential donor on behalf of Virginia Millen, his mother.
A free, two-day camp for children who have experienced the death of a loved one that combines traditional summer activities with age-specific grief support for children and teens will take place in July at the Howell Conference and Nature Center, south of Howell in Marion Township.
The Pinckney Putnam Hamburg Hell Chamber of Commerce will kick off the summer season with the annual Art in the Park event scheduled for June 1-2 in and around Putnam Township Square in downtown Pinckney.
LIHI is one of 10 organizations in the running to win $250,000; the other organizations eligible and competing against LIHI for the $25,000 are Volunteers of America Greater Ohio in Columbus, OH; Stiggy's Dogs in Howell, MI; and AMVETS Post 44 in Struthers, OH; Michigan Veterans Foundation in Detroit, MI, VFW Post 2777 in Burton, MI; The 313 ... (more)
Judy Sarkozy has taken three Michigan insurance companies to court, claiming they misled her about how much it would cost to replace her downtown bakery that was destroyed by fire last year.
Fowlerville High School senior Ashley Weaver works with Emma Smith and fellow gymnasts at Livingston County Gymnastics in Howell, where Weaver works as a co-op student.
Members of the band Hung Up, from left, Alex Hathaway, Andy Jacobsen, Gordon Keevis and Marco D'Alfonso, rehearse a song in Jacobsen's basement in preparation for BLED Fest Saturday in Hartland Township.
Mikey's Burgers & Fries stands at 9912 E. Grand River Ave. in Brighton. Another location is in Genoa Township.
The district currently contracts with the Howell Police Department for $43,000 per year to provide a security officer to the district.
DDA Director Diane Larking tells WHMI the awards honor building owners who have renovated, maintained, or preserved the historic buildings that characterize Howell's downtown.
Kyle Gregory, foreground, and brother Brett sit on their grandpa Bill Gregory's twin 1941 John Deere tractors at the 2012 Howell History Days.