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Spotlight in the News: A focus on wellness, recovery and a Skilled Nursing Staff sets Medilodge of Livingston apart in our community

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MediLodge of Livingston joined the proud MediLodge Family in February of 2016.  Livingston was previously White Pine Rehabilitation Center.   As a MediLodge Facility our Mission Statement is: “We are a haven for healing, fostering recovery, rejuvenation and revitalization.  We embody the essence of wellness and strive to comfort and enlighten…

Fantasy of Lights 2016 – thank you to all involved!

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Fantasy of Lights 2016 is in the books and was an astounding success, even as the evening rain came down. Thousands of residents and spectators lined Grand River to cheer on 5K participants and to enjoy the lighted parade, complete with floats, marching bands, animal groups, Clydesdale horses and of…

Federal Judge halts the over-time rule set to to take effect December 1

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A federal judge in Texas has issued an injunction blocking the implementation of changes to overtime rules that were originally set to go into effect on December 1. The decision impacts some four million workers who under current rules are not eligible for overtime pay. US District Judge Amos Mazzant…

Good Morning Livingston featured ‘Everything Transportation in Livingston County’

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November 15th Good Morning Livingston breakfast event was full of concerns, initiatives and strategies for what transportation can do and will do for Livingston County residents. From easier commutes, to helping our seniors, to providing a more attractive community for millenials to be…transportation, commuter rails, mass transit and public busing…

Recruitment and Retention Survey results are in!

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At a presentation at the Howell Chamber of Commerce this morning, Kevin Marrs from ASE, American Society of Employers, reviewed how employers and employees in Southeast Michigan and Livingston County view recruitment and retention efforts. •    What attracts employees to a business or organization? •    And what keeps talented workers…