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Hug-a-Plug creator set for Dec. 11 LegUP! meeting

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Local inventor and entrepreneur Bob Green is the featured speaker at the next LegUP! meeting, set for 6:30-8 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 11, at The Johnson Center at Cleary University. Green will share the story of the development and launch of Hug-a-Plug, proof that necessity is, indeed, the mother of invention.…

Reception set for candidate Vaupel

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A winter reception for Henry Vaupel, a candidate for the 4th7 District state House seat, is set for 5-7 p.m. Monday, Dec. 9, at the Howell Opera House in downtown Howell. The event, hosted by state Sen. Joe Hune and state Rep. Cindy Denby, will accept donations. No corporate checks…

Oh, what a night! Fantasy kicks off holiday season in Howell

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PHOTOS BY SUSAN POMINVILLE/PICTURE LIVINGSTON It was a perfect evening for the beautiful lighted parade.Downtown Howell was packed with people as the annual Fantasy of Lights Parade ushered in the holiday season.…

Fantasy of Lights celebrates 30 years in downtown Howell the day after Thanksgiving

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Shining lights, spirited sprinters, seeing Santa and shopping are all part of the celebration at the Fantasy of Lights on Friday, Nov. 29. Marking the traditional arrival of the holiday season in Howell, the spectacular nighttime parade has attracted more than 30,000 spectators. Additional activities include entertainment, the Fantasy 5K…

Retro-a-go-go! open to public for sales this weekend

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Retro-a-go-go! at 214 S. Michigan Ave. in downtown Howell, is throwing open its doors this weekend for its first “pop-up” retail event. The business sells primarily wholesale and online vintage-inspired, kitschy merchandise, including hot rod, rockabilly, Bettie Page, kustom kulture, psychobilly, pin up, robot, zombie, monster, tattoo, pop artist and…