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They get little attention from the public, but the folks at the Livingston County Register of Deeds office are a busy bunch.
The yellow farmhouse at the corner of Hyne and North streets is scheduled for demolition in order to make way for a 12,000 square foot corporate headquarters.
Government, Business, Arts
Led by Lindhout Associates, the recent Farmington Hills City Hall renovation relied on sustainable building practices.
More than a dozen protesters gathered outside Brighton’s 53rd District Court in support of Alan and Christi Marshall, who own a dispensary in Fowlerville.
Government, Opinion, Business, Arts
Patch continues its tour of Brighton’s art with sculpture by Chido Johnson and Maureen Voorheis.
Arts, Business, Government, Opinion
Patch continues its tour of Brighton’s art with sculptures by Doug Gruizenga and Adam Genei.
Brighton Area Historical Society displays war artifacts from private and public collections.
Arts, Government, Opinion
Patch continues its tour of Brighton’s art with sculpture by Israel Nordin.
The first of six monthly guided tours starts at 11 a.m. on Saturday, May 28.
Patch continues its tour of Brighton’s art with sculpture by Tom Rudd.
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