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County employers need entry-level workers, say they’re willing to collaborate on transportation issues

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A recent survey of over 100 leading companies in Livingston County shows a big need for entry level workers. These companies provided data on their open positions, wages and worker transportation needs in the survey conducted by the Howell Area Chamber of Commerce in collaboration with the Workforce Intelligence Network,…

Learn about health care investment in Livingston County

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We are bringing together representatives from University of Michigan Hospitals, St. John Providence, and St. Joseph Mercy Livingston Hospital to talk about the health care investments being made in Livingston County for the April 12 Good Morning Livingston Program. On hand for the event will be Rob Casalou, president and…

New Member Welcome set for April 21

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The chamber is hosting a New Member Welcome from 3:30-5 p.m. Thursday, April 21, at the Howell Area Chamber of Commerce, 123 E. Washington St. in downtown Howell. New Member Welcomes are open to all chamber members, not just those who have recently joined. The events are a great way…

Networking event set for April 14

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Think networking is code for “pushy sales call”?Think again. Networking is one of the most valuable tools in your professional arsenal to help build your business. Join us from 3:30-5 p.m. Thursday, April 14, at the Howell Area Chamber of Commerce, 123 E. Washington St. in downtown Howell to rock…

Design revealed for Michigan Challenge Balloonfest 2016 pin

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The 32nd annual commemorative event pin honors two longtime pilots in the Michigan Challenge. The pin features Celebration piloted by Mark Enszer, and Triple XXX piloted by Balloonmeister Jim Birk. Pins are currently in production and will be available for $6 each at the Michigan Challenge Balloonfest and Howell Area…