Holiday Market

The Clarkston Area Chamber of Commerce and Independence Parks, Recreation and Seniors host the Inaugural Holiday Market, Saturday, Nov. 11, from 3-7 p.m. in the newly renovated Brady Lodge in Bay Court Park. The event will feature shopping, crafts for children, coloring contest by the Clarkston Village Players, photo opportunities, horse drawn carriage rides, and […]

Freedom Day

Regiani Holistic Dental Center is celebrating Freedom Day USA by offering free exams, x-rays, cleanings, fillings, extractions, and other dental services to active duty and retired military members of the armed forces on Nov. 10. Appointments are limited at the center, 10435 Ortonville Road, Suite B. Call 248-625-5222.

Teen killed in crash

Jack Kenneth Ziegler, a 19-year-old Independence Township man, died from injuries sustained in a car crash on Clarkston Road just west of Eston Road, 3:12 a.m., Oct. 23. According to investigation by the Oakland County Sheriff’s Office crash reconstruction unit, he was traveling westbound when he ran off the curved road to the right and […]

EDITORIAL: Make Reynolds your sole vote for City Council

When Clarkston voters head to the polls on Tuesday, they’ll be told to vote for no more than three out of four candidates for City Council. We recommend voting for no more than one – Scott Reynolds. Reynolds is running for his first term on the council on a platform of independent thinking and transparency, […]

Letters to the Editor

Reader decries disrespect Dear Editor: I am delighted to lend my voice to the celebration of 25 years of our city. I have resided here for 44 years. I strongly supported the creation of the city and will fight vigorously for it’s future. I was encouraged by the language and purpose of our City Charter […]

Marching in state championships

Clarkston High School’s marching Wolves take the field at the Michigan Competing Band Association State Championship at 4:15 p.m., Saturday, Nov. 4. The band is competing in Flight I at the competition at Ford Field. Awards will be at 6:45 p.m. Forty-eight high school bands from across the state are competing in four flights. Check […]

Road care

Teachers worked hard to clean Clarkston Road during Clarkston Education Association’s fall Adopt a Road day, Oct. 1. They split into two teams, cleaning the road from the high school to M-15, and from the high school to Sashabaw Road.  

Clarkston TOPS award in Warren

TOPS 1093 of Clarkston took second place in the superhero poster contest at the TOPS annual rally in Warren. The Clarkston TOPS group meets at First Missionary Church, 4832 Clintonville Road, Thurdays from 6-7 p.m. They have about 30 in the group, with 15-20 at each meeting, said club member Marsha Lee. “It’s a good […]

Honors for Sigma Beta Sorority

Louise Bisogni of Clarkston, a 60-year member of Psi Chapter of Sigma Beta philanthropic sorority, was honored recently at the Sigma Beta National Convention in Clearwater Beach, Fla., with the 2016 Sigma Beta Honorary Member Award. Bisogni was the 14th recipient to receive this award in the organization’s 93 year history. Sorority chapter officers for […]

Kick off for Coats for the Cold

Oakland County Sheriff Michael Bouchard is kicking off the 30th annual Coats for the Cold coat drive with 98.7 AMP Radio at Clarkston’s Genisys Credit Union, 7357 Deer Lake Road, 3:30-5:30 p.m., on Thursday, Nov. 2. People who donate coats to the drive this year will be eligible for an up to $50 discount on […]