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Livingston County's court system is reorganizing its dockets in an effort to provide 'more efficient' service to the public, court officials said.
Representatives of RetakeOurGov presented a token of their appreciation to Howell High School seniors who competed in the We The People: The Citizen and the Constitution program.
The Howell City Council will meet at 7 p.m. at City Hall, 611 E. Grand River Ave. Items to be discussed include an open-burn permit for Regal Recycling and stop signs on Barnard and Higgins streets.
The American Red Cross Great Lakes Blood Services Region is calling on all eligible individuals to make an appointment to donate blood this week.
Feces in the hallway and female inmates sleeping nearly on top of one another in the intake area are recurring problems at the Livingston County Jail, the sheriff confirmed Friday.
Tickets are $5 and are available 30 minutes prior to showtime. Price includes entry for door-prize drawings and a $2 coupon for lunch immediately after the show at Diamonds Steak & Seafood, 209 E. Grand River Ave. in Howell.
Michigan cities would have the tools to fight blight in quicker, more effective ways under bills that passed the state Senate on Thursday and are on their way to Gov. Rick Snyder.
A Genoa Township family is safe after fire damaged their home Thursday in the 7300 block of Herbst Road near Oak Lane.
A 68-year-old Flint man who brandished a weapon at a motorist on U.S. 23 in Hartland Township apologized for his behavior, expressing irritation for 'people who drive in the left lane.'
The development is renovating the Spags, Thistledown, and Swann buildings into active offices and commercial businesses.
While attending the Hockey Fights Cancer game last week, Howell High School freshman Will Manson purchased several 50/50 raffle tickets to help support the cause.
Though it wasn't a surprise, Howell Public Schools trustees have authorized collection of all of the district's 18-mill tax on nonhomestead properties on summer tax bills.
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.