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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 $164,900 which is roughly $114/per square foot. More Livonia information.

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7 hrs ago | Hometown Life

Forum on border issues held in Livonia

'I want to know what's going on,' she said. 'We do a lot of investigating of what's going on up in Washington, and we're very dissatisfied.'

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8 hrs ago | Observer & Eccentric

Regular Meeting Minutes 7/7/14

Present: Scheel, Nash, Kritzman, Pastor, Meakin, Toy, Brosnan Absent: None #184-14 Approving the minutes of the meeting of 6/16/14 #185-14 Referring subject matter of limiting firework usage in the City to the Legislative Affairs Committee for R/R.

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12 hrs ago | Observer & Eccentric

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Robin Webster of Livonia holds her son Asher Kowon, 2 1/2, as they react to a close up view of a flying squirrel.

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16 hrs ago | Hometown Life

State Primary Election August 5, 2014

CITY OF LIVONIA ELECTION NOTICE TO THE QUALIFIED ELECTORS OF THE CITY OF LIVONIA, WAYNE COUNTY, MICHIGAN NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT A STATE PRIMARY ELECTION Will be held on Tuesday, August 5, 2014, at which time, candidates of the Republican and Democratic parties for the following office will be voted upon in the City of Livonia, Wayne County, ... (more)

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Thu Jul 31, 2014

Observer & Eccentric

G. Subu's Leather Bottle marks 10 years offering 'comfortable cuisine'

"I have a passion for the restaurant business," Subu said. "I love it when customers tell me they really enjoyed a meal we made for them."

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Westland Observer

Dog owners charged with murder in Mich. mauling death

The owners of two dogs that mauled to death a jogger in rural Michigan are being charged with second-degree murder , the Lapeer County Prosecutor's Office announced Thursday night.

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Observer & Eccentric

Letters to the Livonia editor

These critical millage renewals appear before voters every five years, and do not represent any sort of tax increase.

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Canton Observer

Dearborn man bound over on murder charges in death of soccer referee in Livonia

The man accused of killing a referee in Livonia earlier this summer will face arraignment in Wayne County circuit court next week after being bound over on a second-degree murder charge Thursday.

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Livonia Observer

MDOT to update Livonia, Redford businesses on I-96 project

Michigan Department of Transportation officials will provide an update on the reconstruction of I-96 during a morning meeting Wednesday, Aug. 6, at George Matick Chevrolet in Redford.

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Plymouth Township Observer

Circus fun at the Northville District Library

Twirling hula hoops came naturally to BJ Blume, 11, at the Northville District Library/Cirque Amongus workshop held on July 30. Circus stories leapt from the books at the Northville District Library when a group of kids spent a recent afternoon learning to walk the tight rope, spin a plate on a stick and do some other circus acts through a summer ... (more)

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Hometown Life

Bids On-line Ordering System - Livonia Public Schools

LIVONIA PUBLIC SCHOOLS 15125 FARMINGTON ROAD LIVONIA, MI 48154-5474 744-2500 The Livonia Public Schools Board of Education, Livonia, Michigan, hereby invites the submission of sealed bids for the purchase of: On-line Ordering System Custodial Supply JIT Bid for the 2014-2015 School Year Sealed bids will be received until 12:00 noon, on the 7th day ... (more)

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Observer & Eccentric

Colbeck should be Republican choice in race for state Senate 7th District seat

We believe the incumbent, state Sen. Patrick Colbeck of Canton, deserves the GOP nomination over political newcomer Matthew Edwards of Plymouth Township.

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Observer & Eccentric

Kufels bring family business home to Livonia

Kenwhirl Appliance, a fixture on Telegraph Road near Joy Road since 1952, recently opened a second operation in Livonia's Industrial Corridor.

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Wed Jul 30, 2014

Modern Healthcare

CHE Trinity names new regional leaders

CHE Trinity Health, Livonia, Mich., has appointed two executives to lead the system's regional divisions, effective immediately.Rick O'Connell, 61, has been named executive VP of CHE Trinity's East Group, overseeing hospital operations in some of the organization's largest markets.

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The Detroit News

U.S. Rep. Bentivolio hosts forum in Livonia 5 days before primary

U.S. Rep. Kerry Bentivolio is hosting a town hall meeting Thursday in Livonia on the immigration crisis along the nation's southern border -- five days before the Republican primary that threatens his ability to remain in Congress.

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Livonia Observer

Roush awarded $1 million grant for expansion plan in Livonia, Allen Park

Roush has received Michigan Strategic Fund approval for a project that will generate a total capital investment of up to $8.7 million and create 210 new jobs, resulting in a $1 million Michigan Business Development Program performance-based grant, the Michigan Economic Development Corporation announced Wednesday.

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Hometown Life

Livonia Dollar General reopens following bomb threat

Police called to Dollar General at 33185 Plymouth Road in Livonia found no evidence of a bomb in a search of the building, which was evacuated.

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Reuters

UPDATE 2-Germany's ZF in advanced talks to buy TRW for near $12 bln-sources

Germany's ZF Friedrichshafen AG is in advanced talks to acquire U.S.-based TRW Automotive Holdings Corp for nearly $12 billion, in a deal that would create an automotive supply powerhouse, according to people familiar with the matter.

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The Charlotte Observer

Man charged with killing referee faces key hearing

LIVONIA, Mich. A Detroit-area soccer player accused of killing a referee with a punch faces a key hearing on a second-degree murder charge.

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Automotive News

TRW net income rises to $265 million in Q2

TRW CEO John Plant cited continued growth in demand for TRW's various safety products, which include airbags, seat belts, driver assist technologies, and interactive braking devices.

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