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The Salvation Army of Livingston County is looking for new leaders. Lieutenants Tim and Julie Perkins of the Livingston Corps, who have headed the Livingston Community Center for the past year, on Friday announced their resignation from the Salvation Army.
Steven Hart is worried about the level of police service in Livingston County, and that's what prompted him to make his first run for public office.
Blues, R&B and other tunes will fill the air in two free concert series this weekend in Livingston County.
The race for Michigan's 22nd Senate District seat, currently held by state Sen. Joe Hune, R-Hamburg Township, is not contested next week.
This is one of the two Cane Corsos in quarantine at the Lapeer County Animal Shelter that fatally attacked a Livonia man on July 23, 2014 while he jogged in Metamora Township.
Paul Risner grades gravel roads Thursday in the northern tier of Livingston County as he recounts an August 2012 accident that caused him serious injury.
Those are among the questions to be answered during the first-ever Howell Melon Festival Mascot Dash, to be held at 6:30 p.m. Aug. 15, just before the event's traditional Melon Run.
The 3rd annual Clays for a Cause fundraiser will be held on Saturday, August 16th starting at 8:30am.
From road maintenance to mosquito control - and from police and fire services to libraries - a host of millage renewal requests will be on Tuesday's primary ballot in communities throughout Livingston County.
Michigan hosts one of the largest populations of Palestinians in the world. One Palestinian refugee family, the Barakats, brought their12-year-old son, Yusif, to America.
The power of conservative political action committees, Michigan's agricultural industry and the state's largest teachers' union is evident in preprimary campaign statements for Livingston County's GOP state House candidates.
A Brighton man accused of setting his girlfriend's car on fire because she broke up with him remains jailed after a Livingston County judge denied his request to lower his bond.
National Ice Cream month may be at its end, but the occasion to enjoy homemade ice cream lives on thanks to Zoku Ice Cream maker.
Douglas Helzerman doesn't have a list of things he'd like to change at the Livingston County Board of Commissioners.
A Grand Rapids man charged in a June armed home invasion has waived a preliminary exam, sending his case to Livingston County Circuit Court for trial.
Two Livingston County libraries seeking tax increases on Tuesday's ballot argue they are necessary because of rising costs and lower property values.
Updated: Sat Aug 02, 2014 02:52 am
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