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Tyrone Township voters will likely face a public safety assessment renewal and perhaps a garbage millage next year as a result of the township's recent citizen survey.
Livingston County's court system is reorganizing its dockets in an effort to provide 'more efficient' service to the public, court officials said.
The American Red Cross Great Lakes Blood Services Region is calling on all eligible individuals to make an appointment to donate blood this week.
In the photo above, eight female prisoners are shown sleeping on the floor of an intake cell in the Livingston County Jail.
Mitchell Dybalski, who has been battling cancer, gives a double thumbs-up Friday night after arriving at Hartland Township's Village Elementary School in a U.S. Army Humvee escorted by a fire engine from the Hartland Deerfield Fire Authority and cruisers from the Michigan State Police and Livingston County Sheriff's Department.
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.'
Feces in the hallway and female inmates sleeping nearly on top of each other in the intake area are recurring problems at the Livingston County Jail, the sheriff confirmed Friday.
A South Lyon man will head to trial on charges he struck a woman with his sport utility vehicle at a state park, a judge ruled Wednesday.
A Genoa Township family is safe after fire damaged their home Thursday in the 7300 block of Herbst Road near Oak Lane.
Ski enthusiasts get their lift tickets at the newly renovated Mt. Brighton, which is wrapping up $10 million in improvements courtesy of Vail Resorts.
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.
Fowlerville Area Fire Department Chief John Wright, center, and Deputy Chief Bob Feig are the 2013 Christmas in the 'Ville grand marshals.
Not one, but two individuals will be honored Saturday in this year's Christmas in the 'Ville parade.
Stepped-up road patrols made for a reasonably safe Thanksgiving weekend on Livingston County roads.
The state Department of Transportation is looking at testing the use of median shoulders to handle extra highway traffic on part of US-23, but not as far north as Genesee County.