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Cleary University to sponsor Michigan Challenge Balloonfest

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Cleary University is the new major sponsor of the Michigan Challenge Balloonfest, June 22-24 in Howell. This is the 34th year of the event, hosted by the Howell Area Chamber of Commerce and held at the Howell High School campus. The three-day event features the state championship of hot-air ballooning,…

CLEARY UNIVERSITY ELECTS NEW CHAIRMAN OF THE BOARD

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During the January 2018 Board of Trustees meeting, Joseph (Joe) Parker was confirmed as the new Chairman of the Board of Cleary University; a position elected by peers. Mr. Parker has been a resident of Livingston County since 1988. Residing in Howell, he is a local entrepreneur owning Heart of…

SPOTLIGHT IN THE NEWS: Celebrate Our Town

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Celebrate Our Town is a community-based marketing company welcoming new homeowners with generous baskets filled with community information and gifts and gift certificates from local businesses. We help local non-profit organizations by providing new homeowners with a list of each group’s needs and volunteering opportunities; also included are local church…

Pat Convery, Howell Chamber President, announces her retirement after dedicating 28 years to Howell

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After a 28-year career at the Howell Area Chamber of Commerce, President Pat Convery is retiring. “It is a bitter sweet morning as the Howell Chamber’s Board of Directors announces to the Howell Chamber staff, membership and Howell community the retirement of a great leader and community advocate,” Howell Chamber…

Rep. Vaupel votes to accelerate sales tax relief for Michigan families

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State Rep. Hank Vaupel today voted to accelerate sales tax relief for Michigan families buying motor vehicles by overriding a gubernatorial veto with his House colleagues. The House vote means additional tax relief for people buying cars, trucks and SUVs with a trade-in. Current law calls for phasing in planned…