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Past articles by Bill:

Wrestling in Olympics 'life-altering experience' for Brighton bronze medalist Myles Amine

Myles Amine of Brighton is only the second Olympic medalist from Livingston County. → Read More

Hartland's Whitney Sollom feared for her life on harrowing Michigan basketball flight

Hartland's Whitney Sollom was on a Michigan women's basketball flight that made an emergency landing Saturday night. → Read More

'Kind of nuts:' Howell woman, 63, completes 100-mile run with community support

Connie Nunham of Howell ran a virtual 100-mile race by doing loops of Settlers Park in Hartland. → Read More

Cyber Monday part of busy online year for Livingston County retailers

Livingston County retailers expect a busier Cyber Monday this year as shoppers avoid crowded stores. → Read More

Proposal for marijuana businesses passes in Pinckney, other proposals OK'd too

Every proposal on ballots in Livingston County passed. → Read More

Climate change an issue in county drain commissioner race at candidate forum

A forum for candidates in the Pinckney, Hamburg Township and Putnam Township area was held Monday. → Read More

Livingston County voters will decide these ballot proposals

Livingston County voters will decide on these ballot proposals → Read More

Proposal for marijuana businesses on ballot in Pinckney

Pinckney opted out of marijuana businesses following the passage of Proposal 1 in 2018. → Read More

Brighton High School to hold scaled-down Pink Week

Brighton High School will hold Pink Week festivities Oct. 5 to 9. → Read More

Hartland High School closes in-person learning through Sept. 9 because of COVID spike

The percentage of positive COVID cases has been higher in the Hartland area than the rest of Livingston County. → Read More

Brighton-trained fighter gets shot at women's mixed martial arts world championship

Alesha Zappitella, who trains in Brighton and lives in Pinckney, will fight for the Invicta Fighting Championship atomweight world title. → Read More

COVID-19 case keeping some Hartland football players, coaches out of practice

A positive COVID-19 case was identified in the Hartland High School football program. → Read More

Group of Howell High School football players in self-quarantine after 'probable' COVID case

Howell canceled football practice Wednesday before returning Thursday with some players held out. → Read More

Melons, melon ice cream still offered at scaled-down Howell Melon Festival

Melons will be sold at the Howell Farmers Market, which has been expanded to Saturday. → Read More

Pinckney grave ceremony copy block

A father and son who were part of wars during the early years of American history were remembered Saturday when their graves at Pinckney Cemetery were dedicated and marked. Claudius Britton was a scout in Vermont who was held prisoner by the British for five years during the Revolutionary War. Claudius Britton Jr. served nine days in the Vermont militia during the War of 1812. They moved to… → Read More

Hartland (narrowly), Pinckney school bond proposals pass

Here are the results of millage and bond proposals in Livingston County. → Read More

Brighton seniors celebrate graduation Saturday with emphasis on safety during pandemic

Brighton High School held its graduation Saturday at the high school stadium. → Read More

Livingston County's Aug. 4 primary: What you need to know

Primary voters in Livingston County will vote on national, state and local offices on Aug. 4, as well as various proposals. → Read More

Brighton High School to downsize graduation after Whitmer's latest order

Brighton will hold its graduation Saturday with smaller groups and less fanfare than planned. → Read More

'Pattern of delay' envisioned for high school football across U.S.

The executive director of the National Federation of State High School Associations touched on several subjects related to fall sports. → Read More