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The Livingston Post launches new monthly publication

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Livingston County getting new print publication The Livingston Post is launching a new, monthly print publication on Sept. 1. The Livingston Post monthly will be full of the quality writing, commentary and sports coverage that viewers have come to love online at TheLivingstonPost.com. The publication will be totally free, and…

Two Work Skills Corporation artists finalists in Howell DDA Art Project Competition

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For more than four decades, Work Skills Corporation (WSC) has helped people with disabilities and other barriers find jobs. The process may be different for each individual as it is based on his or her interests and abilities. Artisan Corner, the WSC art program, allows participants to reap the therapeutic…

Who wants to be a leader? Applications are due by Sept. 1

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If you are looking to develop your leadership skills and network with leaders in Livingston County, Leadership Livingston is for you. Deadline for applications for the 2016-2017 class is Sept. 1. Co-founded by Cleary University and the Howell and Brighton chambers of commerce, Leadership Livingston is a unique opportunity for…

Livingston County Catholic Charities is awarded funding to provide elder abuse prevention and neglect education

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Livingston County Catholic Charities (LCCC) was awarded funding from the Area Agency on Aging 1-B for a three year contract starting October 1, 2016 to provide Elder Abuse Prevention & Neglect (PEANE) education in Livingston County.  This is a perfect addition to the array of senior outreach services (Senior Resource…

Kokopelli’s Korner celebrates grand re-opening at new location in downtown Howell

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Kokopelli’s Korner invites you all to their grand re-opening and ribbon cutting at their new location, 111 E. Grand River Ave., on Thurs., Aug. 25th. Open House will be from 3-6 p.m. and the official ribbon cutting at 5:30 p.m. www.kokopelliskorner.com…