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Government, The Neighborhood Files
Signage, other than political signs, are not allowed in the public right-of-ways in Brighton and will be removed, according to officials.
The Neighborhood Files
A total of eight American flags will be displayed for the "Flags on Main" event for five national holidays and commemorative weekends.
Lauren Jasenak launched a new petition on Change.org, urging her local Boy Scout council to end the ban on gay youth and adult leaders.
Schools, The Neighborhood Files
With a "Hooray for Dr. Gray" sign displayed in front of the Brighton Administration building, the community says "thanks for staying."
Lyndsey Coleman of Brighton made it through to the Top 8 in her quest to become WRIF's next "Rock Girl."
Comedian Steve Lind will perform on April 26 for a fundraiser for Brighton's senior center.
Sports, The Neighborhood Files
Autumn Blaney, a level 9 gymnast from Brighton, qualified to compete at the Eastern National Championships.
Using his own version of a "Dummies" book, Joshua Stockbridge proposed to his girlfriend Mikayla Zapfe with the help of store employees at the Brighton Barnes and Noble.
The Neighborhood Files, Patch's House & Home
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