Rising automotive star

Rising automotive star

Continental Structural Plastics announced recently that Clarkston resident John Ruterbusch, executive director, North American sales, has been recognized by Automotive News as a 2021 Rising Star. The Rising Stars program honors U.S.-based auto executives, under the age of 45, on the manufacturing and supply side of the auto industry who have the talent and dedication […]

New child care center approved for township

BY MATT MACKINDER Clarkston News Editor A new child development center will soon be making its way to Independence Township. At the September 9 meeting of the planning commission, construction of a new Goddard School, which specializes in child care and preschool, was unanimously approved to go in on the nearly two-acre parcel of land […]

Cutting the ribbons

Cutting the ribbons

Jesica Spencer does the ribbon-cutting honors for Spencer Real Estate on September 2. The new business is located at 5916 South Main Street. Photos provided by Clarkston Area Chamber of Commerce

Celebrating local business

Celebrating local business

Colton Alsup cuts the ribbon to signify Hailey James Exchange Consignment and Boutique, owned by his mother Becky Alsup, at the August 25 event at 7095 Dixie Highway. Photo by Matt Mackinder

MORC in Clarkston

Macomb-Oakland Regional Center, Inc. (MORC), last week announced the opening of its North Oakland office located at 6770 Dixie Highway, Suite 200. MORC is a human services agency that provides long-term care supports to individuals with intellectual disabilities and the elderly in Southeast Michigan. For more information, call 248-276-8000.

More senior living on the way

Comfort Care Senior Living has announced the development and grand opening of Clarkston Comfort Care, a new 49-unit assisted living and memory care community located at 5850 White Lake Road, just south of Dixie Highway. The community will bring in more than 100 jobs during construction and 50 new jobs to provide assisted living and […]

Art in the Village returning with makeover

Art in the Village returning with makeover

After taking last year off because of COVID-19, Clarkston’s Art in the Village returns Sept. 18-19 with a new look and attitude designed to engage a greater variety of shoppers. Local pop-up shops with vintage and unique décor, wearables, and fresh food will join new and returning artisans in Depot Park. “When we had to […]

SALTA with scissors

SALTA with scissors

Dr. Fabrizio Di Noto, middle with scissors, cuts the ceremonial ribbon for SALTA Direct Primary Care, located in Clarkston at 6483 Citation Drive, Suite B. The ribbon cutting was hosted by the Clarkston Chamber of Commerce last Tuesday afternoon, July 27. Photo by Matt Mackinder

State rep disappointed with small business aid vetoes

State Rep. Andrea Schroeder last week expressed disappointment with Gov. Gretchen Whitmer’s vetoes of small business relief that would have helped job providers rebuild, reopen, and get back on their feet. “Small businesses across Michigan suffered when they were forced to close their doors for more than 15 months during the state’s lockdown,” said Schroeder, […]

New salon proud to call Clarkston home, will be unique one-stop shop

BY MATT MACKINDER Clarkston News Editor Cosmo Salon Studios is new to town and isn’t your typical salon, according to Bianca Bering, the salon’s creative manager. “We offer beauty professionals the freedom and advantages of owning their own business without the high upfront costs or risks associated with opening a traditional salon,” said Bering. “We […]

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