Downtown in bloom

Downtown  in bloom

Gail Reading, volunteer with the Clarkston Farm and Garden Club, keeps the flowers blossoming downtown with some water, June 15. The club maintains all the flower planters downtown, as well…

Road work

Road work

Michigan Department of Transportation workers fill a sinkhole at 20 N. Main Street after repairing a broken one-inch storm drain, June 15. The work is at no cost to the…

City budget approved

BY PHIL CUSTODIO Clarkston News Editor City Manager Jonathan Smith prepared a proposal for the June 11 City Council meeting, specifying how $18,000 for administration included in this year’s budget…

Stop on Holcomb

City Council is looking into installing a three-way stop and pedestrian crossing at Holcomb Road and Surrey Lane, to the west of downtown. City council previously discussed a four- or…

Scholarships for graduates

Clarkston Area Optimist Club scholarships awarded four $1,000 scholarships to Clarkston students, May 30. Andrew Dimmer, a Clarkston Junior Optimist since fourth grade, serving as a state officer, will attend…

Road work

Road work for Consumers Energy gas service installation is scheduled for Allen Road, from Cranberry Lake Road to Hubbard Road, June 16. The road will be closed to through traffic,…

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