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There was a lot of news around Brighton this week.
Patch's House & Home
Conifers, commonly referred to as “evergreens,” don’t regain needles permanently. In our Lake States region, most species lose their older needles every fall giving the trees a somewhat unhealthy appearance which should be no cause for concern.
Breast Cancer Awareness
Brighton stores will deliver pizza in pink boxes throughout the month of October.
Upload your Homecoming Photos on Brighton Patch.
October and November are the most dangerous months for deer crashes, according to the Michigan Deer Crash Coalition.
Can a mother love a child too much?
Brighton High School Seniors Jack Grant and Kaleigh Brown were crowned Homecoming King and Queen during halftime.
Brighton Administrators, alums and students took part in the Homecoming Parade on Friday.
Police & Fire
First National Bank was robbed at gunpoint mid-Friday morning.
The following information was supplied by the Livingston County Sheriff's Department.
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