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Rotary Club of Howell is seeking local families willing to host exchange students

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St. Joseph Mercy Livingston receives “A” grade for patient safety

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Leapfrog Hospital Safety Grades, which assigns A, B, C, D and F letter grades to hospitals nationwide for patient safety, announced recently that St. Joseph Mercy Livingston received an “A” ranking for Fall 2016. “Quality and patient safety are paramount in everything we do,” said John O’Malley, president of St.…

Help The Salvation Army This Holiday Season! Bell Ringers Needed!

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Help The Salvation Army This Holiday Season! Bell Ringers Needed Each year The Salvation Army of Livingston County rings bells outside of Walmart, Kroger, VG’s, Walgreens and many other locations. As shoppers go in and out of the stores, they pass the sounds of laughter from children of all ages,…

Executive Director of Livingston County Convention & Visitors Bureau Announces Retirement

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At a recent board of directors meeting, Barbara Barden, Executive Director of the Livingston County Convention & Visitors Bureau  (LCCVB) announced she will retire in early 2017. Barden has been at the helm of the CVB for nearly 25 years. During that time the bureau has grown from a part-time…

Fantasy of Lights 2016 – thank you to all involved!

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Fantasy of Lights 2016 is in the books and was an astounding success, even as the evening rain came down. Thousands of residents and spectators lined Grand River to cheer on 5K participants and to enjoy the lighted parade, complete with floats, marching bands, animal groups, Clydesdale horses and of…