Here are five tidbits of news and information we hope you'll find useful or entertaining.
And remember, always included in this Monday-Friday feature is a video from someone wishing everyone "good morning" as part of a message to our community. Today's message comes from Nicole Matthews-Creech, community education director for the Livingston Area Council Against Spouse Abuse (LACASA).
1. The weather
Today will be mostly sunny with a high near 77 degrees, according to the National Weather Service. Tonight will be partly cloudy with a low of 53 degrees.
2. Gasoline prices
- , 6700 Whitmore Lake Rd.: $3.32
- , 1050 E Grand River: $3.33
- , 3452 South Old US 23: $3.34
3. Epilepsy Council of Livingston County Meets
The Epilepsy Council of Livingston County hosts its from 7-8 p.m. today at , 9501 E. Highland Rd. in Howell. The public is welcome to attend.
4. School Board Meeting
The Brighton Area Schools Board of Education meets at 7 p.m. today at the (BECC). On the agenda, are the My Nutratek Program - an online system for parents to monitor caloric intake, a Best Practices resolution and a renovation bid for the BECC locker room.
Before there was Mount Brighton, there were ski jumps built by this man. What was his name?
Know the answer? Tell us in the comments.
Congratulations to Tara Roth, who correctly answered Friday's question: Old Town Hall was renamed the COBACH Center. What does COBACH stand for and what organizations operate out of the building? Answer: COBACH stands for City of Brighton Arts, Culture and History Center; and the Livingston Players, the Brighton Area Historical Society and the Brighton Art Guild share the building.