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Livonia is located in southeastern Michigan, just outside of Detroit. The city was established in 1835 after many settlers moved from New England, in particular New York. The settlers decided to name their community after Livonia, New York and Livonia, Pennsylvania. Livonia was originally a region of the Baltic Sea, where present day Estonia and Latvia are located. Many of the settlers were descendants from the Livonia region.

Population: 100545
Local Newspapers: Livonia Observer
Local Sports Teams: Detroit Lions Detroit Pistons Detroit Red Wings Detroit Tigers
Local Colleges: Madonna University Schoolcraft College Eastern Michigan University—Livonia

Zip Codes associated with livonia, michigan: 48135 48150 48152 48154 48185 48239
Towns/Cities near livonia, michigan : Redford Plymouth Dearborn Heights Westland Garden City Northville Farmington

Livonia News
TEI and voxeljet Sign Volume Contract for 3D Printed Sand

In the contract, TEI has committed to purchase more than 500,000 liters of 3D printed sand from voxeljet over an expected three-year period. In connection with the contract, voxeljet will install additional printing capacity in TEI's Livonia facility as well as using its existing machines in their Canton, MI facility.

Woodhaven places 2nd at D1 districts; qualifies for regionals

Woodhaven finished second in Division 1, District 2 at Lincoln Park on Saturday and advanced to regionals. The squad came away with a score of 773.40 and was just behind first-place Canton-Plymouth .

Man found with card writer at Dave and Buster's

The man, whom police have not named, was found with more than 20 credit cards in his car that were not his. A man was arrested last weekend outside Dave and Buster's after police say he had a card writer and fraudulent credit cards.

Livonia woman takes plea in infant's death

Leslie Neuman, 33, took a plea deal Monday at a final conference in Wayne County Circuit Court. In exchange for pleading no contest to involuntary manslaughter, a second charge of second-degree child abuse was dropped, according to online court records.

Former Police Chief says Michigan's current civil asset forfeiture laws are working well

Stateside's conversation with Bob Stevenson, executive director of the Michigan Association of Chiefs of Police and former Livonia Police Chief. Today, the State House Judiciary Committee continues its review of legislation that would change Michigan's civil asset forfeiture laws.

Every day is Italian Food Day for Cantoro chef

That's when Calebrese, the chef at Cantoro Italian Market in Plymouth, embarked on what would become his life's work, learning to cook at the feet of his mother and grandmother in their Canton home. A: My first job was doing prep work and as a bus boy at Laurel Manor.

5 things you may not know about packzi

Mardi Gras means "Fat Tuesday" in French, a reference to the tradition of indulging in rich, fatty foods before Lent The Livonia Heritage Bakery crew began making paczki on Sunday for the annual celebrations on Fat Tuesday, the day before the beginning of Lent. If you observe Lent, it could be your last chance to enjoy a calorie-laden treat until Easter.

Move cars while Livonia side streets get plowed

Areas of the city will see additional plowing Monday as crews work to recover from the snow that fell over the weekend. Snow plows across Metro Detroit have been hard at work.

John Murphy named Livonia's First Citizen

Murphy will be honored Thursday night at the Livonia Leadership and Awards Celebration Dinner taking place Thursday at Laurel Manor. Like many people who give of their time and money, Livonia resident John Murphy isn't one to push for recognition of his good deeds around town.

Woman cited for driving on suspended license

The Dearborn Heights woman was stopped by a Northville Township officer while heading north on Haggerty just before 3 a.m. Feb. 4. A Northville Township Police Department report said the woman, driving a Honda Civic, had turned right from westbound Seven Mile onto Haggerty as the traffic light turned from yellow to red. Right turns on red are prohibited at that corner.

Shoplifting suspect hides behind car at Logan's

Livonia police were called Monday afternoon to Home Depot, 13500 Middlebelt, on the report of a retail fraud in progress. An employee at Home Depot said the suspect entered and went to the hardware section.

The Ford Drag Team Mustangs of 1969-1970

Was the Ford Drag Team of 1969-1970 the "most promoted Ford performance program ever?" Bob Perkins thinks so. He owns Hubert Platt's '69 match racer, a SportsRoof powered by a 427 Single Overhead Cam big-block featuring a Boss 302type side stripe and "Ford Drag Team" lettering on each fiberglass door, leaving little doubt as to who owned this team - Ford Motor Company.

Fugitive in Novi gun, pot plants case arrested

Police said Adam Thomas didn't show up for his trial in December, but was arrested in Livonia Wednesday on suspicion of drunken driving. A Northville Township man who skipped his trial on drug and weapon violations is back in police custody after his arrest on a drunken-driving charge.

Wayne County denies charges in Livonia shooting

State charges were not filed in the incident reported last week, though it's possible city charges could be filed. The 18900 block of Filmore Monday afternoon.

Greens fees set to increase at Livonia golfa

The city council will vote on increasing the cost to play a round of golf at its next meeting in February. The city council recently reviewed increases to both greens fees and cart rentals at all three city golf courses, beginning later this year.

After crash, driver admits she had been drinking

No one was hurt in the Jan. 25 crash, which occurred at night in front of Silver Springs Elementary school. A 46-year-old Northville Township woman was charged with driving while intoxicated after being involved in a Jan. 25 crash on the township's northeast side.

A 36-foot-long Trump bridge arrived in Key West a " and locals paid attention

A Michigan man who has been taking his "Trumpmobile," a pickup hauling a 36-foot-long, 13-foot-tall footbridge on a trailer dubbed the "Trump Unity Bridge," arrived in Key West over the weekend, blaring songs such as Lee Greenwood's "I Love the U.S.A," Neil Diamond's "America" and Jimmy Buffett's Key West mantra, "Margaritaville," as he tooled around the island. "I was really impressed, proud and honored," Rob Cortis, 55, a Detroit native who calls Livonia, Mich., home, said of his weekend Key West tour.

Counties see more potholes forming along roads

Heintz, who recently moved to the Farmington area, was on his way to his new job in Livonia when he hit a pothole at the Grand River/10 Mile/M-5 interchange area. That pothole ate up a tire and, because his car has four-wheel drive, he needed to replace all four tires.

Detroit tattoo artist faces multiple sexual harassment and assault allegations

Up to 200 women have made accusations against Detroit tattoo artist Alexander Boyko, according to an investigative report published on Jezebel on Thursday. In the article, as many as seven women allege Boyko solicited nude photos under the guise of using them to draw tattoo outlines, sent unsolicited nude photos of himself, and inappropriately touched, harassed, or assaulted the women.

Stark Road in Livonia to see construction

That's the thinking the city of Livonia had earlier this month regarding some future road construction planned for a half-mile stretch of Stark Road later this summer. Stark, between Schoolcraft and Lyndon, will see work done later this summer as city crews work to rehab the stretch of roadway connecting a portion of roadway leading to the Livonia Family YMCA, John Stymelski Veterans Park and Eddie Edgar Ice Arena.

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