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age 87, of Linden, died March 18, 2018. Services will be held at 11 AM on Saturday, April 14, 2018 at Sharp Funeral Homes, Linden... [Read More]
Dave Falkenberg was trying to navigate a snowstorm when he got an interesting call this winter. [Read More]
By David Troppens... [Read More]
Erica Breitling has had a love for soccer all of her life. [Read More]
Throwing fresh food away because you didn't use it in time or properly store it is literally money down the drain. [Read More]
THE HOT-LINER CRITICIZING technology is 100-percent correct. I intended to spend St. Patrick's Day out with my wife and a bunch of friends. Instead, we... [Read More]
Once the weather starts warming, local municipalities will start offering lawn waste pickup, and begin scheduling community-wide cleanup days. [Read More]
The Fenton City Council voted Monday, March 19 to approve a FACT (Fenton Area Cable Television) grant of $83,688.77 for Fenton Area Public Schools. [Read More]
Whether Rose Township Constable Emile Bair really intended to resign remains a mystery this week. [Read More]
Road maintenance has changed from salting ice and snow-covered roads to grading gravel roads. [Read More]
Residents of Holly Village will soon see some changes with the village fire department and ambulance service coverage. [Read More]
In a recent Holly Village Council meeting, officials approved a $20,000 deposit for the purchase of the property at 414 N. Saginaw St. The agreed... [Read More]
In November 2017, Hasan Siddiqui, cemetery director, weathered a robust public hearing about his proposed cemetery on Germany Road near Denton Hill in Tyrone Township. [Read More]
Genavieve Linkowski, 19, of Atlas Township, near Goodrich, sang her way to a golden ticket to Hollywood on her nationally televised "American Idol" audition. [Read More]
"Our poor clock hasn't fared well as of late," said Holly Police Chief Mike Story. [Read More]
On Monday, March 19, the Fenton Township Board of Trustees unanimously approved a five-year lake improvement special assessment district for Lake Ponemah. [Read More]
The Fenton City Council voted unanimously Monday, March 19, to approve a five-year Mute Swan Nest/Egg Destruction Program at the millpond. [Read More]
Middle school teacher Tracey Jensen was about to dive into a science lab with her second period seventh-grade class on Tuesday, March 20. [Read More]
age 88, formerly of Detroit and a longtime resident of Highland, died peacefully, surrounded by her family on March 19, 2018. Bernice was born in... [Read More]
3241 W. Thompson Rd. Fenton, MI 48430. Auto... [Read More]
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