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Rock the Block celebration of music and food returns to Howell

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What: Rock the Block, Best Bites on the Block When: Wednesday, June 1, 2016, 6 – 9 pm   Where: Cobb-Hall Insurance – 6 – 8 pm Peanut Row Alley (Behind Moe’s BarBar Shop) – 6 – 8 pm Grand River Ave. near Cleary’s Pub – 7 – 9 pm…

The Salvation Army seeks community and corporate support for their ‘Summer Lunch Bunch’ program

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Support Needed to Provide Summer Meals The Salvation Army’s Summer Lunch Bunch In a month eager students will run through the school doors for 3 months of freedom from homework, classrooms and study routines; looking forward to the summer time fun that they so love. It’s a bittersweet time for…

Volunteers, businesses and Top 10 Status celebrated at downtown Howell awards

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Howell chamber's Kim Esper among those honored at recent downtown Howell awards. Video of downtown Howell also makes its debut at annual event.…

Meeting on library construction project bid process set

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All qualified building trade contractors who want to learn about the upcoming Howell Carnegie District Library Facility Renewal & Improvement Project can attend a special meeting set for 3:30-5:30 p.m. Thursday, June 19, in the Meabon Room of the library. Sam Ruegessegger from The Christman Co., the library’s construction management…

Courthouse celebrates 125 years on June 14

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Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the Livingston County Courthouse is celebrating its 125th anniversary from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, June 14. Designed by famed Detroit architect Albert E. French, the courthouse was built in 1889. The Richardsonian Romanesque building is also a Michigan Registered Historic…

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