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Is your family adequately prepared in case of an emergency?

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The public is invite to a free event to learn about emergency preparedness – free admission and free parking. The Family Emergency Readiness EXPO on September 10, 2016 is the largest educational and informational EXPO in Michigan, helping citizens cope, survive and prevail over natural and man-made disasters. Saturday, September…

Pomme Roi Creative invites you to their Grand Opening on September 10th

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Pomme Roi Creative in downtown Howell will be holding their grand opening from 10am – 8pm on Saturday, September 10th. Their creative suite at 204 W. Grand River showcases their design products and opens additional suites for area businesses to participate in “pop-up business space” in order to better spread…

Livingston County Association of Realtors awards Carl Vagnetti of RE/MAX Platinum their Volunteer of the Year

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The Livingston County Association of Realtors®, which represents over 600 REALTORS® in Livingston County, announced their Realtor® of the Year, Volunteer of the Year and Affiliate of the Year at their annual awards ceremony on Wednesday, August 17. John MacLeod, Broker/Owner, Partners Real Estate Professionals in Howell, has been named…

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…