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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…

What is Chamber Cash and how does it work?

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Chamber Cash is a gift certificate that can be used at many of your favorite Howell-Area restaurants, hot spots, shops and entertainment. Over 20 area merchants accept Chamber Cash. You can purchase Chamber Cash at the chamber, buy online and print the certificate off or email Chamber Cash to one…

Finding Roots in downtown Howell plants official roots with their grand opening on June 17

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  Finding Roots Grand Opening event is slated for Friday, June 17th.This new store front offers handmade wares, natural wellness, sustainable living, upcycled goods, community goods and so much more! Visit them: www.findingroots.net Reception to begin at 4:30 with a ribbon untying at 5pm. There will be a “Maker” Mix…

Fowlerville Students Win Annual Video Competition

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Focusing on community involvement to help “paint a better picture” for local residents through the Livingston County United Way, five Fowlerville High School students took top honors in the annual United Way High School Video Competition. A selection committee chose the exceptional video created by Kyle Henrikson, Kenneth Kline, Austin…