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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
Kentucky Powerpsc Conducts Hearing on Ky Power's Rate Adjustment Request

An expert witness for the Kentucky attorney's office on Wednesday told the Kentucky Public Service Commission that his calculations justify a $39.9 million rate increase for Kentucky Power customers. Ralph Smith, a regulatory consultant and a certified public accountant with Larkin & Associates in Livonia, Michigan, made his comments on the first day of a multi-day evidentiary hearing before the PSC concerning the company's request to adjust its base rates.

Fire damages equipment at Northville shop

Firefighters from five area departments responded to a fire at a power equipment dealer and small-engine repair shop in Northville Township early Tuesday. There were no injuries in the fire at Mark's Outdoor Power Equipment on Northville Road, south of Six Mile, Northville Township Fire Chief Brent Siegel said.

The Incredible 1969-1970 Ford Drag Team

Was the Ford Drag Team of 1969-1970 the "most promoted Ford performance program ever?" Bob Perkins thinks so. He owns the '69 "Match Racer," which is a fastback powered by a 427 single overhead cam big block featuring a Boss 302 type side stripe, "and "Ford Drag Team" lettering on each door, leaving little doubt as to who owned this team - Ford Motor Company.

More vehicles broken into in Livonia

Police advise residents to secure their valuables and lock their car doors after the most recent string of vehicle break-ins that took place. Livonia police continue to ask residents to protect their valuables and lock their car doors after yet another string of vehicle break-ins took place across the city this past weekend.

The Flower Bar offers coffee and more to customers

The Flower Bar is a family business in along Pontiac Trail, offering flowers, coffee, baked goods, other locally made products Recently opened new business Flower Bar certainly sells flowers, but also offers specialty coffees, baked goods and unusual gift items. Located at the northeast corner of Pontiac Trail and North Territorial, a few miles south of the Salem-South Lyon District Library, the Flower Bar is a family business.

Man charged in phone theft in online transaction

Police arrested Demarco Woods, 20 of Canton, after they say he stole an iPhone from someone who put it up for sale online. Police say Demarco Woods, 20, of Canton was arrested this past week after police believed he was the suspect that stole a cellphone during a meetup Nov. 5 in the 39100 block of Meeting House Lane in Livonia.

Dad throws kids out window to safety during fire

A raging house fire in Livonia caused one father to throw his kids out of a first story window to safety early this morning. LIVONIA, Mich.

The brotherhood of firefighting shows its mettle

The Raber Fire Department, with its 17 paid on-call firefighters and two engine trucks, covers a territory of about 110 square miles and the St. Marys River, one of the largest shipping channels in the state. "They always say the fire department is one big brotherhood, and it showed right there how they came together to help us," Raber Fire Chief Bruce Johnson said about the donated fire gear.

Next Generation Combat Vehicle must be effective in megacities, FORSCOM commander

Gen. Robert Abrams, commander, U.S. Army Forces Command, said the Next Generation Combat Vehicle must be as revolutionary as the Bradley, when it was first introduced. A Bradley belonging to the 1st Cavalry Division is shown here in Rukla, Lithuania during Operation Atlantic Resolve.

Next Generation Combat Vehicle must be effective in megacities, FORSCOM commander says

Gen. Robert Abrams, commander, U.S. Army Forces Command, said the Next Generation Combat Vehicle must be as revolutionary as the Bradley, when it was first introduced. A Bradley belonging to the 1st Cavalry Division is shown here in Rukla, Lithuania during Operation Atlantic Resolve.

Active Northville Township woman marks 100th

Marian Roshirt came of age during the Depression, lost a husband in World War II, remarried and raised three children in Highland Park and Livonia. Marian Roshirt has packed a lot of living into 100 years and she isn't ready to slow down yet.

Constellation receives $500,000 investment from CU Solutions Group

Constellation Digital Partners, LLC is announcing a recent Class C investment from CU Solutions Group, a CUSO based in Livonia, Michigan. CU Solutions Group has more than 100 investors and 3,400 clients nationwide.

Galloway takes plea deal in sexual assault case

The man accused of attempting to sexually assault a runner in Hines Park last summer reversed course Tuesday, opting to take a plea deal he previously rejected. Floyd Galloway, 30 of Berkley, appeared before Wayne County Circuit Judge Mark Slavens Tuesday in Detroit's Frank Murphy Hall of Justice to accept a plea deal in the case out of Livonia from Sept.

Suspect in woman's disappearance pleads guilty to a different kidnapping

A former security guard suspected of but not charged in the disappearance of his former coworker, 29-year-old Danielle Stislicki, will spend a minimum of 16 years in prison. Floyd Galloway, 30, on Tuesday accepted a plea deal in a separate case involving an attack and attempted rape of a jogger at Hines Park in Livonia on Sept.

Major I-75 project in Michigan passes midway point

The Michigan Department of Transportation's massive bridge project that has closed southbound I-75 south of Detroit since February has passed its midway point, and a project official is cautiously optimistic it could be finished ahead of schedule. But that's going to depend on redecking the huge River Rouge bridge's northbound lanes, replacing the northbound half of the Goddard Road viaduct, and rehabilitation of 13 smaller bridges between Goddard and Sibley roads going as smoothly as has the work completed so far.

Home Depot employee stole $60K in merchandise

Police Livonia, Michigan say a man was arrested for stealing more than $60,000 in merchandise from the Home Depot he worked at over the course of several months. According to police, 39-year-old Donte Griffin from Detroit is facing several charges after stealing tools and other merchandise from the store.

Dog attacked by pit bull in Hines Park

A dog and its owner were reportedly injured last weekend in Hines Park after a pit bull reportedly attacked it. Livonia police took a report Nov. 12 from a 66-year-old Livonia woman who said she was walking her Welsh terrier dog by Newburgh Lake in Hines Park at about 4 p.m. that day.

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