Parking ideas

Parking ideas

Sally Elmiger of Carlisle Wortman Associates collects ideas and input from downtown business owners and employees during a Downtown Parking Study Retailers Meeting, Aug. 16 at the Fed. The study, commissioned by City Council for $9,900, will examine supply and demand for parking, parking management, and solutions, and should be complete next month. It is […]

KIRSTEN’S CORNER: A dream come true

A column by Kirsten Isbell I have grown up and lived in Clarkston my entire life and let me tell you, it has truly been a blessing. I am currently finishing up my last semester at Arizona Sate University. As I am finishing up, I am working for The Clarkston News and it is an […]

Contamination concerns

Clarkston resident Chet Pardee called on City Council for an update on pollution at M-15 and Clarkston Road. Michigan Department of Transportation recently installed four markers around the intersection, each saying “Restricted Excavation Area, MDOT, #63071-51847-18.” According to the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality, 148 N. Main at the northeast corner of the intersection has […]

Clarkston City Council 6-25-18

City of the Village of Clarkston City Council Regular Meeting Minutes 06 25 2018 Minutes Call to Order at 7:00 PM. Pledge of Allegiance. Roll Call: Catallo, Detkowski, Haven, Reynolds, Wylie, Present. Mayor Percival, Kneisc, Absent. Approval of Agenda: Motion by Wylie, Seconded by Detkowski, to approve the agenda, with a change to move Traffic […]

Ind Twp Board 8-14-18

SYNOPSIS TAKEN BY THE TOWNSHIP BOARD THE CHARTER TOWNSHIP OF INDEPENDENCE August 14, 2018 A Regular Meeting of the Charter Township of Independence Board was called to order at 6:00 p.m. Independence Township Hall The Pledge of Allegiance was given. ROLL CALL: Present: Kittle, Pallotta, Brown, Aliaga, Loughrin, Ritchie, Schroeder Absent: None Also Present: Wendy […]

Barn Bash at Springfield Oaks

Oakland County Parks and Recreation’s Barn Bash will be on Sunday, Aug. 26, at Ellis Barn, Springfield Oaks County Park. From 4-6:30 p.m., the barn will be filled with fun activities including country music and heritage games. Learn to line dance or sit back and have a s’more. Pile the family into the wagon and […]

Mini-Mountaineers at Everest Academy

Some of Everest Academy’s littlest Mountaineers donned spirit wear to help their big brothers and sisters prepare for the new school year. “They are ready to cheer on their favorite sports teams this fall and can’t wait to join our ranks in a few years,” said Mary Williams of Everest. Faculty and staff were busy, […]

State-of-the-art Karmanos Cancer center at McLaren Oakland

State-of-the-art Karmanos Cancer center at McLaren Oakland

McLaren, Karmanos, and Oakland County officials join Pontiac Mayor Deirdre Waterman and Dr. Justin F. Klamerus, president of Karmanos Cancer Hospital, in cutting the ribbon to open the new Karmanoc Cancer surgical center at McLaren Oakland, Aug. 14. Photos by Phil Custodio BY PHIL CUSTODIO Clarkston News Editor The new Karmanos Cancer Institute location at […]

Susan E. White

Susan E. White of Clarkston, age 52, was granted her angel wings August 17, 2018. Beloved daughter of Judy and the late Ron White.  Loving sister of Nancy (Nick) Mikaelian, Ric White and Lisa (Jay) Lacewell.  Dear aunt of Dominick, Abigail, Brandon, Ashley, Jordyn and Matthew.  Dear niece of Elaine (Wayne) Stuart and cousin of Jennifer […]

Daniel Ray Craven

Daniel Ray “Dan” Craven September 13th 1946 Clarkston, Michigan – August 15th 2018 Milwaukie, Oregon Daniel “Dan” Craven passed away suddenly on August 15th, 2018 in Portland, Oregon. Dan is survived by life partner, Leslie Hursfall, son Chad Craven whom he shared with former spouse Betty-Ann Craven, sister Darlene Malek and husband John Malek, brother John […]