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Livonia, Michigan is located in Wayne County. Zip codes in Livonia, MI include 48154, 48152, and 48151. The median home price in Livonia is $160,000 which is roughly $111/per square foot. More Livonia information.

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Local news for Livonia, MI continually updated from thousands of sources on the web.

1 hr ago | Scientific Computing/Instrument.

Mummies: Newborn Siberian Woolly Mammoths Yield Trove of Insights

Three-dimensional scans of two mummified newborn woolly mammoths recovered from the Siberian Arctic are revealing previously inaccessible details about the early development of prehistoric proboscideans.

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5 hrs ago | Sky News

Soccer Referee Punch Death: Player Charged

An adult-league soccer player faces a charge of second-degree murder days after a referee dies from a fatal head punch.

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10 hrs ago | The Detroit News

Charges elevated to 2nd degree murder in fatal assault of Livonia soccer referee

Charges against the man accused of causing the death of a local soccer referee were elevated Wednesday afternoon to second degree murder.

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10 hrs ago | MLive.com

Prosecutor upgrades charge to second-degree murder in death of soccer referee

Wayne County Prosecutor Kym Worthy has upgraded a charge against a man accused of punching a soccer referee to second-degree murder.

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20 hrs ago | The Detroit News

The Civil Rights Act, a half-century later

Fifty years ago I was an 8-year-old growing up in the virtually all-white community of Livonia with a father who often expressed his prejudicial thoughts and feelings toward African-Americans.

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Tue Jul 08, 2014

Observer & Eccentric

Celebrating independence with style

Northville celebrated its heroes on the Fourth of July with a parade that filled the streets with floats and people celebrating America's independence.

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Beverly Hills Eccentric

Saga continues wtih old psychiatric hospital property

Work continues on the Northville Park Place development June 25 at Seven Mile and Haggerty.

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CBS Local

Pedestrian Killed, Hit Crossing 8 Mile In Farmington Hills

A 62-year-old Livonia man died, late Monday night, after he was hit by a car as he was leaving a local bar.

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Mon Jul 07, 2014

Westland Observer

Adopt a theater seat, see Woody Allen comedy in Plymouth

Mat DeLisle of Ypsilanti plays Allan Felix and Eric Corliss of Livonia is the ghost of Humphrey Bogart in Barefoot Productions' staged reading of Play it Again, Sam.

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Sun Jul 06, 2014

MLive.com

Detroit soccer fans' stirring gesture honors slain referee

A crowd of soccer fans on Sunday went silent in the middle of a game and collectively took part in a poignant gesture honoring a referee killed in an on-field altercation last week.

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Fri Jul 04, 2014

Westland Observer

'It's been unbelievable:' donations pour in for assaulted Westland...

Jim Acho cannot believe the level of support he and the family of John Bieniewicz have received in the wake of the soccer referee's untimely death last week.

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Thu Jul 03, 2014

Observer & Eccentric

Seniors meet stroke robot at aging conference

"I've attended the Healthy Aging Conference in the past," said Patricia Krolikowski of Plymouth, in a news release.

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Reuters

Death of Detroit-area soccer referee ruled a homicide

The death of a soccer referee who was punched by a player during a game over the weekend in a Detroit suburb was ruled a homicide on Thursday, a step that could lead to more severe charges against the man accused of hitting him.

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Observer & Eccentric

Northville has plenty planned to celebrate July 4th

Fourth of July in Northville means a big, fun parade through downtown and remembering history at Mill Race Village.

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Observer & Eccentric

Livonia woman arrested in Plymouth Township shoplifting

The woman was charged the next day with third-degree retail fraud and fleeing and eluding police, then released on a personal bond, a Plymouth Township Police Department report said.

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Observer & Eccentric

Home invasion suspects set for next court date

The three men accused of breaking into several Livonia homes are due in court for a final conference.

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Observer & Eccentric

Letters to the Livonia editor

The last few have been about noise. Leo's complained about the I-96 rebuild, lawn mowers, loud music, motorcycles and loud trucks , fireworks...well, you name it and Leo's complained about it.

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Hometown Life

Aspiring home food makers get encouragement, reality check

Christine Venema, MSU Extension educator, talks about using the correct process for safe canning to sell jams and jellies under Michigan's Cottage Food Law.

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Plastics News

Additive manufacturing adding new potential for conformal cooling

Conformal cooling - molds with water lines that curve to direct cooling water to targeted areas of the tool - is getting a facelift thanks to additive manufacturing, according to Lou Young, director of new business development for Linear Mold and Engineering Inc. The service provider in Livonia, Mich., uses direct metal laser sintering to make ... (more)

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Crain's Detroit Business

Madonna University names new dean of business school

Cleamon Moorer Jr. has been appointed dean of the Madonna University School of Business in Livonia.

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