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Oh, what a night! Summer in the City celebrates the season

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The Ninth Annual Summer in the City Business After Hours — postponed from Tuesday, Aug. 12, to Wednesday, Aug. 13, because of rain — drew hundreds of people to the beautiful Cobb-Hall courtyard on Grand River Avenue in the heart of downtown Howell. Chamber members gathered for an evening full…

Thanks, Robin Williams

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“Goooooood Morning Livingston” has been the signature start of every Good Morning Livingston program since we began GML in 2000. As many of you know, we have a different emcee each month and it’s their challenge to deliver the greeting in his or her “best Robin Williams voice,” reminiscent of…

Check out our new sign

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The Howell Area Chamber of Commerce’s sign has been updated to reflect its new logo and branding. It replaces the previous sign, which had been in place since 1996. The colorful sign by R. Gari Signs also includes the tenants of the Howell Area Chamber of Commerce Foundation building: The…

Number 30 — a Michigan Challenge Balloonfest to remember

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Congratulations to Pilot Phil Glebe from Brighton, Mich. – the 2014 Michigan Challenge Champion. Tens of thousands of people enjoyed the Michigan Challenge Balloonfest — the state championship of hot-air ballooning — this past weekend. As well as balloons decorating the skies, the event thrilled visitors with fireworks, a balloon…

Honor your special vet: Commemorative bricks at Veterans Memorial still available

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The personalized 4-inch by 8-inch bricks in the “Ring of Honor” around the Livingston County Veterans Memorial are still available for purchase. The bricks are $100 each, and can be engraved with a maximum of three lines with 12 characters per line. You can download a brick order form by…