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Auto industry expert slated for February Good Morning Livingston

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February’s Good Morning Livingston program will feature David Cole, a nationally known expert on the auto industry and chairman emeritus of the Center for Automotive Research in Ann Arbor. Cole will speak on “The Auto Future: Fast and Furious,” and address current issues in the industry. The location for the…

Radio advertising on Lunch & Learn menu

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Learn all about radio advertising at the February Lunch & Learn program at the Howell Area Chamber of Commerce. Debbie Platt of WHMI 93.5 will talk about the advantages and disadvantages of different advertising media, explain how radio works, give tips on how to avoid common mistakes businesses make with…

Multi-chamber mixer set for March 7 in Howell

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A multi-chamber networking event is set for 7:30-9 a.m. Friday, March 7, at Cleary’s Pub, 117 E. Grand River Ave. in downtown Howell Join members of the Howell, Hartland and Brighton chambers of commerce at this free event, featuring coffee, light breakfast fare, door prizes and networking. Howell chamber members…

Don’t miss the chance to be part of the annual Livingston County Home & Garden Show

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The annual Livingston County Home & Garden Show is set for March 21-23, 2014, at the Howell High School Field House, 1200 W. Grand River Ave. in Howell. Past exhibitors have until Nov. 30 to reserve the same spot they had last year. On Dec. 1, all open spaces will…

Latson Road/I-96 interchange opens

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The new 1-96 Exit 140 at Latson Road opened to much fanfare Monday, including U.S. Rep. Mike Rogers, who helped secure federal funding for the $32 million interchange. As well as creating a full interchange, the project also widened Grand River Avenue and Latson Road, rebuilt Nixon Road and relocated…