Turner Sanitation Services in demand coming out of COVID-19

As Michigan envisions a day soon when coming out of the COVID-19 crisis means seeking normal in a climate that is anything but, there will be a number of services and businesses in very high demand. But the crisis has thrust to the forefront some companies, like Turner Sanitation, whose role in our communities have […]

Yes, We’re Open: French Finch & Water Depot

The economy looks to be getting back on track in Clarkston, and several businesses have re-opened in recent weeks. The French Finch, located at 5897 Dixie Highway, opened back up to customers with protective masks May 28 with regular business hours of Thursday through Saturday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Sunday from noon […]

Clarkston resident named MHCC Executive Director

Mark Moreno of Clarkston was named executive director of the Michigan Hispanic Chamber of Commerce. “I am very blessed and excited to lead the Michigan Hispanic Chamber of Commerce. The chamber has a tremendous 30-year legacy whose membership reflects the diversity and incredible entrepreneurial spirit of Hispanic-owned businesses across the state,” Moreno said, who is […]

Businesses adjust for openings

Businesses adjust for openings

The staff of Nuview Nutrition rings in 2020 earlier this year. Photo provided BY MATT MACKINDER Clarkston News Editor As Michigan’s economy begins to get back on track after the COVID-19 outbreak caused business closures across the state, several local businesses have adjusted their operations and want to let the public know they are open […]

Open For Business: Journey To Health Chakra

We are going to open effective June 1st with our almost normal hours of 10-5 M-Thurs. Only difference is we will not stay late on Wednesdays until 7. Weekend open hours will be delayed too. Website: www.journeytohealthchakra.com Private appointments are available, if clients could call first, that would be appreciated. 5770 S. Main St., Suite […]

Local businesses open, back serving

Local businesses open, back serving

BY MATT MACKINDER Clarkston News Editor As Michigan slowly starts to reopen its economy, several area businesses want the public to know their plans going forward. Lil’ Peoples’ Place preschool and childcare facility (pictured) opened to essential worker families on May 18. As long as no other extensions are made by Governor Gretchen Whitmer, the […]

Are you open for business? Let us know!

Are you open for business? Let us know!

What businesses are open in Clarkston? It has been a tough two months for small businesses since the state was shut down after the COVID-19 ‘stay home, stay safe’ executive orders. Slowly, the Michigan governor is allowing some businesses to open. Just opening, however, isn’t enough. You have to let people know you are up […]

Bailey House transfers to Preservation Clarkston

Bailey House transfers to Preservation Clarkston

BY JOETTE KUNSE Special to the Clarkston News With donations and trade by property owners and community groups, lawyers are expected to have an agreement to change ownership of the Bailey House. The Bailey home on Sashabaw Road in Independence Township was owned by Oakland County Parks. Preservation Clarkston offered two different parcels of land […]

Budget draft

The draft of the2020-21 fiscal year city budget and capital improvement plan is in the process of being reviewed by the finance committee and will be presented to the Clarkston City Council on Tuesday, May 26, in a public hearing. Copies of the proposed budget may be obtained on or after Tuesday, May 19 by […]

Local restaurant receives business grant from credit union

Three area restaurants were awarded “Spirit of Main Street” micro business grants from Genisys Credit Union and Main Street Oakland County. The awards, announced Thursday by Oakland County Executive David Coulter and Genisys Credit Union, provide a financial boost for businesses severely impacted by the coronavirus pandemic. Trail’s End Café in Wixom, Liberty Bar in […]