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Fantasy of Lights is a joyous event in downtown Howell the day after Thanksgiving

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Seeking holiday joy? Residents and visitors may find some joy on Friday, Nov. 27, in downtown Howell at the Fantasy of Lights. This year’s parade theme is “Joy to Howell!” Marking the traditional arrival of the holiday season in Howell for 32 years, the spectacular nighttime parade attracts more than…

Rockin’ With Reindeer set for Dec. 8 at LaFontaine

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You can see live reindeer, enjoy cookies and hot chocolate, hear Christmas carols and help the needy from 5-7 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 8, at LaFontaine Cadillac Buick GMC of Highland, located at 4000 W. Highland Road. Kids will get their photo taken with Santa and his sleigh at no cost.…

MIOSHA: Medical Services & First Aid, Bloodborne Infectious Diseases set for Dec. 10

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Exposure to bloodborne infectious diseases is identified as a significant source of occupational illness. Lack of first aid and medical services can lead to serious physical harm or death. This full-day course, co-sponsored by the Howell Area Chamber of Commerce Foundation, is designed for general industry with emphasis for healthcare…

St. Joseph Mercy Home Care & Hospice celebrating new office location

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An open house and office blessing to celebrate its new office location is set for St. Joseph Mercy Home Care & Hospice from 4-6:30 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 19. The event takes place at the organization’s new office in the Grand Hilton Office Building at 8273 W. Grand River Ave., Suite…

Hidden Talent Tour delivers powerful message of different abilities, inclusion

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The MI Hidden Talent tour — led by Lt. Governor Brian Calley and Michigan Supreme Court Justice Richard Bernstein — stopped in Howell for Tuesday’s Good Morning Livingston program. The governor’s office heard that numerous business owners across Michigan are having a tough time filling open positions; the MI Hidden…