2018’s Top 18

What a busy, exciting year 2018 has been for us here at The Livingston Post. Our local, independent community information and opinion site enjoyed over 1.625 million page views this year — an increase of 147 percent over 2017.

This kind of growth happened because no one else in the community provides the kind of unique content and commentary you’ll find here. We waded through this year’s posts to pull out the Top 18 stories. We hope you enjoy the list, whether you’ve read the pieces when they were first published, or whether you’re reading them for the first time.

In addition to our unique content and commentary, we are proud of The Livingston Post serving as the media sponsor for a host of community events and activities, including the Primary and General Election Candidate Forums, the ARC Celebrity Fashion Show, the LACASA Garden Tour and its Denim & Diamond’s event.

Here are our Top 18 for 2018, in no particular order. Enjoy!

Brighton’s Yum Yum Tree going out of business, closing Sunday

Brighton’s Border Cantina goes out of business

The death of the Press & Argus, and the future of journalism in Livingston County

NASA says meteorites likely landed near Hamburg Township

The Mill Pond Amphitheater debacle: Once again, Brighton builds a new venue that nobody can afford

Here’s why the Judge Brennan case is Livingston County’s biggest political scandal ever

Don’t look now, but Pinckney has become the coolest small downtown in Michigan

Michigan attorney general asked to investigate Fowlerville’s high gas prices

Pinckney mourns passing of well-known Mugg & Bopps employee

Downtown Howell wins prestigious Great American Main Street award

Restaurant Poll 2018: Downtown Howell restaurants serve up another big year

Still no KKK in Howell: Updated “Hate Map” shows all the groups in Michigan

Brunner’s getting new name, location

Lynn’s Cafe getting new owners

Legendary Brighton rocker Skip Van Winkle, of Teegarden and Van Winkle, dies

All hail Howell, Brewpub Capital of America

If Livingston County’s Democrats don’t win this year, they never will. Here’s why.

Gilbert, Busfield leaving Livingston County for the Big Apple

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