Comedy of ‘Hamlet II’

Clarkston Village Players hit the stage with “Hamlet II,” a loose retelling of Shakespeare’s classic tragedy played for laughs, with an irritable ghost, a pregnant Ophelia, and Rosencrantz and Guildenstern a la Groucho Marx. Hamlet, Prince of Denmark, knows something is rotten – but finds himself quoting Edgar Allen Poe while debating whether to be, […]

Carnival for kids at Rite Aid

Carnival for kids at Rite Aid

BY TREVOR KEISER Clarkston News Staff Writer Rite Aid, 5789 Ortonville Road, hosts its third annual Children’s Carnival on April 30 from 11 a.m.- 4 p.m. “All proceeds benefit Beaumont Children’s Hospital, which is part of Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals,” said Store Manager Laura Glinka. “The first year we raised roughly $1,000 and the second […]

20 years with Team RUSH

20 years with Team RUSH

BY WENDI REARDON Clarkston News Staff Writer Students in Team RUSH put the final touches on their robot as they got ready for their upcoming Michigan State Competition this week. Each one of them know how special the program is to them and for others as Team RUSH celebrates their 20th anniversary this year. “It […]

Spring break fun at library

Spring  break fun  at library

Local students enjoyed their spring break at the Clarkston Independence District Library this past week. The library hosted Maker Magic, an event where the kids, along with their parents, got to enjoy creating with Perlers beads, making duck calls, buttons, creations from a 3D printer, and getting their picture taken like they were on spring […]

Library Week

Celebrating National Library Week this week, Clarkston Independence District Library has teamed up with local businesses. “They’re doing a special program where you go in and show your library card,” said Business Librarian Melissa Henry. “They’ll be giving different kinds of discounts, like admission discounts and things like that.” Participating businesses include Fort Clarkston, Picasso’s […]

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