Bisio awarded $1,146, FOIA case rehearing denied

Bisio awarded $1,146, FOIA case rehearing denied

BY MATT MACKINDER Clarkston News Editor In a case that goes back five years, Susan Bisio’s Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) lawsuit against the City of the Village of Clarkston took another turn last week. The Michigan Supreme Court, which had ruled 6-1 over the summer in favor of Bisio when the city was proven […]

Seeking help to get cannon back at Lakeview Cemetery

Seeking help to get cannon back at Lakeview Cemetery

BY MATT MACKINDER Clarkston News Editor Lakeview Cemetery is a place where those that have passed on can be remembered by surviving loved ones. The cemetery has also been known for a cannon, which had been located in the veterans’ memorial area, where the traditional Memorial Day ceremonies had ended in years past. These days, […]

Local scout retiring flags for project

Local scout retiring flags for project

Christian Guillery is a Life Scout in Clarkston Troop 199, and for his Eagle Scout project, Guillery is collecting and retiring old and worn U.S. flags with the Clarkston American Legion for the communities of Clarkston, Davisburg, and Ortonville. Guillery has been in scouting since the second grade and is currently a junior at Clarkston High School. […]

COVID-19 Update – October 7, 2020

As of October 7, 2020, here are the reported number of COVID-19 cases, deaths and new cases in the past 30 days for the following ZIP codes: 48346: 220 cases (25 new), 10 deaths 48348: 262 cases (43 new), 4 deaths 48350: 61 cases (13 new), 2 deaths As compared to September 30 statistics: 48346: […]

Clarkston schools can’t mask return-to-school excitement  

Clarkston schools can’t mask return-to-school excitement  

This week, Clarkston Community Schools students began their gradual transition back to face-to-face instruction in buildings. Students in Young Fives and Kindergarten returned on Monday, with the other elementary grades added on Wednesday and Thursday. Students in grades 6-12 with last names beginning with A-K will resume school on October 12. The other half of secondary students […]

Taste of Clarkston

The Taste of Clarkston event is a perennial community favorite. Due to COVID-19, however, this year’s event will be a full week of dining opportunities from October 19-25. Presented by the Clarkston Area Chamber of Commerce, the 2020 event – Taste of Clarkston Restaurant Week – will allow the community to stop by and support all of […]

Repaving North Holcomb

At the September 28 Clarkston City Council meeting, the Council approved a resolution to repave North Holcomb Road from Washington Street to the northern city limit.  A three-inch asphalt cap will be applied, and a new three-foot wide shoulder will be added to address the edge breakdown current occurring on much of this roadway.  According […]

Talk to Rep. Schroeder

State Rep. Andrea Schroeder invites residents to her in-district office hours on Monday, October 19 from 9-10 a.m. at the Waterford Township Auditorium, located at 5200 Civic Center Drive, Waterford. “As Michigan and Oakland County continue to reopen safely and responsibly, it’s important to share this opportunity,” Schroeder said. “I’m always ready to answer your […]

Elizabeth McGill, 95

Elizabeth Jane McGill, of Oak Park, died on September 16, 2020 at the age of 95. Beloved wife of the late William Henry McGill. Loving mother of Liam McGill, Christine (Lynn) Campbell, Michael McGill, Margaret (Mark) Hepke, David McGill, Suzanne (Kenneth) Anderson, Thomas (Carol) McGill, John McGill, James McGill, Mary McGill and Joseph (Lauren) McGill. […]

William Reece, 90

William L. Reece, of Clarkston, passed away September 28, 2020 at the age of 90. Dear husband of Florence, father of Bill (Terri), David (Cheryl), the late Michael (Diane) and Susan (Keith) Aaronson, grandfather of Mark (Morgan), Scott (Monica), Ashley (Ricky), Kirstin (Michael), Marissa (Greg), Kyle, Joshua, Kelsey, Nicole, Jessica, Chad, Jeremy, Kayla, Cosette, Jacob, […]

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