BY MATT MACKINDER Clarkston News Staff Writer When Jason Aldean took the DTE Energy Music Theatre stage on Sept. 28 – not that he needed more cheers from the raucous fans – he did so in a Bob Seger T-shirt. And for an hour and a half, the country music superstar kept all his fans […]
BY MATT MACKINDER Clarkston News Staff Writer School, church, and community gathered to offer comfort and support as the tragic news of a classmate’s suicide spread last week. Clarkston High School Principal Gary Kaul and a support team of counselors stayed in close contact with the Oakland County Crisis Response Team and put a plan […]
BY MATT MACKINDER Clarkston News Staff Writer It was a whirlwind 24 hours for Gage Stamper. The 2018 Clarkston High School graduate and paratrooper private in the United States Army returned home for the first time in nearly a year on Sept. 26 and surprised his brothers at Clarkston Junior High. “It took a lot, […]
More than 25 local restaurants presented samples of their most loved menu choices on a soggy Main Street, Sept. 29, during Taste of Clarkston. This event also featured two KidZone areas and two live music stages, featuring Adam Plomaritas, Deported from Cozumel, Tasha Lord Trio, and Kapow!
Independence Township firefighter Nick Wilson collects donations at Main and Washington streets, Sept. 30, during the second annual Fill The Boot campaign for the Muscular Dystrophy Association. The firefighters raised $3,977.43, almost enough to send two kids to camp this year. “We really appreciate the support from the residents and visitors to Clarkston and Independence […]
BY MATT MACKINDER Clarkston News Staff Writer Several township residents voiced their opinions against a proposed LED sign at the new Alex’s Market and Grill, or anywhere else in the township. No resident who spoke at the Sept. 24 Board of Trustees was in favor of the LED sign at Alex’s Market, located at Andersonville […]
BY MATT MACKINDER Clarkston News Staff Writer As temperatures began to dwindle into September, Kid Rock kept the summer heat going at DTE Energy Music Theatre with four concerts on Sept. 6-7 and 13-14. As has become the norm, the shows were packed all the way around – from the pavilion into the lawn, and […]
I’ll be blunt: social media is ruining our society. It’s not a sign on a business, it’s not any public figure, and it’s not entitled adults. Social media, more times than not, is a vile entity that lets anyone chime in on a topic, whether or not the topic affects them in any way. It […]