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The last two of five local residents charged in a rash of larcenies reached a plea deal with Livingston County prosecutors.
The township Board of Trustees on Monday approved becoming a full, voting member of SELCRA, which will phase-out the reimbursement-fee program, township Supervisor Gary McCririe said.
Livingston County Veterans Identification Cards are good for discounts at participating businesses.
On Friday, elected officials, leaders and business owners will strut on stage and showcase their skills in Lip Stync 4 this month.
This 3,500-square-foot Brighton-area home by Allen Edwin Homes is one of 13 properties in this weekend's Parade of Homes touring event.
Fifteen people from the National Alliance on Mental Illness of Livingston County attended the NAMI Michigan Conference in April at the Lansing Center in downtown Lansing.
An ardent critic of Michigan's emergency financial manager law will discuss the controversial measure in Livingston County this month.
Included in the awards were Brighton High School students Kate Yuhas and Luke Roggenkamp.
A search has begun to replace Dave Campbell after the Livingston Education Service Agency superintendent officially announced his departure.
The Pinckney Putnam Hamburg Hell Chamber of Commerce kicks off the summer with its annual networking event from 5-8 p.m. at Zukey Lake Tavern, off M-36 at 5011 Girard Drive in Hamburg Township.
Cost to attend is a new, wrapped baby gift for Pregnancy Help Clinic. Attendees are welcome to bring their own teacup if they wish.
Camp Courage is a collaborative effort of the Ted and Jane Von Voigtlander Foundation and Saint Joseph Mercy Livingston Hospice.
Howell Councilman Steve Manor is involved with Howl & Bark, which has been in talks with Livingston County's Open Space Committee to lease vacant land for a dog park to help puppies and dogs socialize.
Here's a sampling of headlines you might have missed over the weekend at LivingstonDaily.com: * Summer of traffic discontent With three major road projects underway, this could prove a summer of alternative routes for Livingston County commuters.
Emergency responders will test their skills this week in a regional disaster drill.
Music will meander over every nook and cranny of Livingston County almost every night of the week this summer.