Home » Archives by category » Lead story (Page 19)

Mike Murphy is 2014 Citizen of the Year; chamber presents other awards

Share This Post

Google1DeliciousDiggGoogleStumbleuponRedditTechnoratiYahooBloggerMyspaceRSS

Community leader Mike Murphy was honored as the 2014 Citizen of the Year at the Howell Area Chamber of Commerce Annual Dinner on January 22 at Crystal Gardens Livingston. Brent Earl, the 2013 Citizen of the Year, made the announcement after recounting anecdotes in Murphy’s life. Currently the Livingston County…

Economist predicts ‘nice and safe’ economy for 2015

Share This Post

Google1DeliciousDiggGoogleStumbleuponRedditTechnoratiYahooBloggerMyspaceRSS

The message delivered by renowned economist Robert Dye of Comerica Bank at the Jan. 13 Good Morning Livingston program was cautiously optimistic. Predicting a 3 percent growth in GDP for 2015, Dye said the economic conditions for 2015 would be “nice and safe.” Decreasing price per barrel of oil because…

Want to win Home Show/Taste of Livingston tickets?

Share This Post

Google1DeliciousDiggGoogleStumbleuponRedditTechnoratiYahooBloggerMyspaceRSS

Like the Livingston County Home & Garden Show’s Facebook page for a chance to win free admission to this year’s event, as well as to the popular Taste of Livingston County. The Livingston County Home & Garden Show runs Friday, April 10, through Sunday, April 12, and the Taste of…

Economic forecast kicks off 2015 Good Morning Livingston programs

Share This Post

Google1DeliciousDiggGoogleStumbleuponRedditTechnoratiYahooBloggerMyspaceRSS

Renowned economist Robert Dye of Comerica Bank will deliver the Howell chamber’s annual economic forecast at the Good Morning Livingston set for 7:30 a.m. Tuesday, Jan. 13, at The Johnson Center at Cleary University, 3750 Cleary Drive in Howell. Dye’s always insightful and interesting forecast will cover local, state and…

Pepsi investing $15 million into Howell facility

Share This Post

Google1DeliciousDiggGoogleStumbleuponRedditTechnoratiYahooBloggerMyspaceRSS

After receiving a tax abatement Oct. 27 from the Howell City Council, Pepsi is investing $15 million into its Howell facility. Pepsi will install blow-molding equipment that will allow it to convert plastic pre-forms into bottles. Self-manufacturing bottles instead of purchasing from a supplier is key to Pepsi maintaining its…