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The Affordable Care Act and your taxes

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The Affordable Care Act promises access to health care by providing affordable coverage. But finding a policy that meets your health care needs and your budget requirements can be daunting. Many consumers focus on premiums, but out-of-pocket expenses can turn what at first appears to be an affordable plan into…

Diamond’s celebrating 30 years with new menu, facelift and dining specials

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There are big plans in the works for Diamond’s Steak and Seafood in downtown Howell, which is celebrating 30 years in business on Oct. 21. In addition to a new menu and anniversary specials, the restaurant will begin undergoing a facelift that will enlarge it. You can read all about…

Public Safety Complex grand opening set for Nov. 1

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The Livingston County Public Safety Complex – home to emergency response vehicles and the Survival Flight helicopter – is set for 2:30-7 p.m. Friday, Nov. 1, at 1911 Tooley Road in Howell. The ribbon cutting will take place at 3 p.m. On tap for the event will be refreshments and…

New rec director is a familiar face

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Former Howell mayor, Howell Citizen of the Year, and former chamber board chair Paul Rogers is the new director of the Howell Area Recreation Authority. His appointment comes after a nation-wide search to replace Deborah Mikula, who resigned in May. Rogers’ community experience is extensive. In addition to being a…

$10 million in training funds available through State of Michigan

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Funds to increase the skills of workers are available through the State of Michigan’s Skilled Trades Training Fund for occupations in which there is a documented talent need. This is a competitive grant program, and it is anticipated that demand for funding will be significant, so interested companies should apply…