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We’re Howell. We love hot-air balloons.

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In mid-April, social media lit up with photos of hot-air balloons flying over Howell. “They’re back!” “First one of the season!” “I never get tired of seeing a balloon!” were just a few of the comments online. Let’s put it this way: We’re Howell. We love hot-air balloons. And we…

TAZ Networks moves their operation to new Brighton location

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Big news! We’ve moved! Our new address is: 9434 Maltby Road Brighton, MI  48116 810-355-2280 All phone numbers and emails remain the same. Visit TAZ Networks website: http://www.taznetworks.com/…

Ignite XDS launches new Whitmore Lake Public Schools Website

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Ignite XDS is excited to announce the much-anticipated launch of the new Whitmore Lake Public Schools website: www.WLPS.net. The completely redesigned website boldly reinvigorates the school district’s brand, setting a new standard for public schools; while also making it easier for parents, students, and faculty to navigate district content. The…

Cleary University, Howell Main Street DDA and Local Businessman Joe Parker Focus on Building Great in Downtown

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                A recent encounter in Howell has Cleary University, Howell Main Street DDA and local businessman Joe Parker asking the question, “Why wait?” when it comes to increasing community engagement and economic development in downtown Howell. Parker, who owns businesses and properties in…

The last brick was placed at the Howell Courthouse Amphitheater Dedication

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Livingston County Commissioners Gary Childs and Carol Griffith acted as masters of ceremonies during the event, which caps the eight-month, $215,000 restoration project. The project added new stairs, railings and benches, as well as a new retaining wall and expanded seating area. Though used for several community events throughout the year, the…