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SPOTLIGHT IN THE NEWS: The Elder Care Firm offers retirement and estate planning to protect area seniors

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  What are the main services of The Elder Care Firm? Elder Law, Medicaid Planning, Veterans Benefits, Retirement Planning and Estate Planning   How many locations are there? 4 locations.   Home Office: Brighton 8550 W. Grand River Ave, Ste 200, Brighton, MI 48116   Satellite Offices: Novi Americenter, 28175…

Support Children’s Miracle Network while your business gains exposure at Costco

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For more than a decade, Costco Wholesale has improved the lives of children and families in our community through partnering with the Children’s Miracle Network at Beaumont Children’s Hospital. Your support enables us to help more than 100,000 children receive exceptional medical services, educational programming, vital pediatric equipment and treatment…

Howell named Great American Main Street Award recipient at national convention in Kansas City

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Members, staff and board of the Howell Area Chamber of Commerce would like to congratulate the Howell MainStreet DDA and board members for receiving the Great American Mainstreet Award (GAMSA).  At a live stream at Aberrant Ales, a new brewpub and eatery in downtown Howell, hundreds of proud Howell residents,…

Additional road repair money is headed to Livingston County for immediate use this year, according to Rep. Hank Vaupel

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State Rep. Hank Vaupel of Fowlerville this week said additional road repair money is headed to Livingston County and to the village of Fowlerville and the city of Howell for immediate use this year. Vaupel supported a new law providing $175 million in transportation funding statewide — with much of…

Rep. Vaupel calls for transparency in drug prices

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Measure would require more oversight of prescription drug manufacturers State Rep. Hank Vaupel delivered testimony before the House Health Policy Committee in support of legislation he introduced to make prescription drug prices more transparent. “People should not have to ration their health care, or other aspects of their life, in…