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Crowdfunding campaign launches for Howell’s Peanut Row Alley, with MEDC win matching grant

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Downtown Howell’s Peanut Row Alley will soon feature a pedestrian plaza and an outdoor gallery with the help of a new crowdfunding campaign, the Michigan Economic Development Corporation and the Howell Main Street Downtown Development Authority announced today. The campaign is being offered through Michigan-based crowdfunding platform Patronicity. If the…

Cleary University, Howell Main Street DDA and Local Businessman Joe Parker Focus on Building Great in Downtown

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                A recent encounter in Howell has Cleary University, Howell Main Street DDA and local businessman Joe Parker asking the question, “Why wait?” when it comes to increasing community engagement and economic development in downtown Howell. Parker, who owns businesses and properties in…

Livingston County Concert Band Releases Summer 2016 Schedule

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The Livingston County Concert Band has released their summer schedule, full of great dates to enjoy a free concert at local outdoor venues:   BRIGHTON GAZEBO: Tuesday evenings beginning at 7:30pm until dusk: June 14  |  JUNE 21  |  JUNE  28  |  JULY 7  |  JULY 14  |  JULY 21 …

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…

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