Neighbors appreciate dog rescue

BY PHIL CUSTODIO Clarkston News Editor Chris Kemmer went above and beyond as a neighbor last spring, and her friend and neighbor Renee Rustile wants people to know about it. “Today is a celebration that wouldn’t be happening if she did not do what she did,” said Rustile at a birthday party for one of […]

Fun for kids

Fun for kids

Cole Hedstrom, at left, and Sam DeKoninck engage in an inflatable-jousting match in the Washington Street Kids Zone. Photo by Phil Custodio The Taste of Clarkston had lots of free entertainment and activities for kids, in addition to dozens of restaurant booths.

Future’s flying high with CAP

Future’s flying high with CAP

Lamont Williams Jr., with his mother Amy Williams, made a water bottle rocket for competition. “Mine won,” he said. “It’s been through a lot.” Photo by Phil Custodio BY PHIL CUSTODIO Clarkston News Editor Clad in camouflage and carrying a canteen, Lamont Williams Jr. of Clarkston helps keep the public safe at events around the […]

Fine weather for a Ren Fair

Fine weather  for a Ren Fair

The Vulgarian delegation, led by special guest Tia Ballard, princess of Vulgaria by way of Paris (Texas), were in charge of the 3 p.m. joust at Saturday’s Michigan Renaissance Festival. Photos by Phil Custodio Visitors from all over crowded into Hollygrove off Dixie Highway for the first fine-weather weekend of the Michigan Renaissance Festival. Unlike […]

Unique home filled with art history

Unique home filled with art history

Laura and Matt Sanders, Re/Max associate brokers, are helping Marguerite Gonzalez in her quest to preserve the art history of her husband, the late Paul Gonzalez, in the sale of their homestead on Clarkston Road. Photos by Phil Custodio The late Paul Gonzalez spent decades restoring and making a home of historic barns and outbuildings […]

‘Tenor’ kicks off season

‘Tenor’ kicks  off season

Steve Sanger’s Tito Merelli, at left, and Shaun Pittman as Max share a special drink. Photo provided by Emily Dowd The Clarkston Village Players opens their 2016-17 season with Ken Ludwig’s “Lend Me a Tenor” this week. The opera-themed farce is filled with mistaken identities and romantic shenanigans to have you rolling in the aisles […]

PHIL IN THE BLANK: Rockin’ the Crim

A sizable contingent from the Clarkston Wolfpack running club had to get up a half hour early to make their way up to Flint for the Crim race last Saturday morning. I just had to drive a few miles down the road from my house. Usually it’s the other way around – I make the […]

Blessings in summer

Blessings in summer

From the back of the front table, Ali Buscher, Corrin Gualtieri, Kayla Luchenbach, Kate Gualtieri, Brendan Dicker, Callie Dickens, Caitlin Dicker, and Makenna Walk; and behind the table, Kerri Gualtieri, Debbie DeVault, Jessica Sorenson, Joyce Bleium, Thelma Peterson, Brady Dickens, Will Dickens, Jane Sorenson, Sophie Sorenson, and Maddie Kujala packed and distributed Blessings in a […]

Bike work for Eagle Scout

Boy Scout Jon Wasiel led a project to refurbish 32 bicycles for children in Detroit for his Eagle Scout project. A scout with Troop 189, Calvary Evangelical Lutheran Church in Clarkston, his project benefitted Cesar Chavez Academy in Detroit, with the assistance of Zach Dotson at American Cycle and Fitness in Pontiac and other volunteers. He […]

Eagle Scouts honored

Boy Scout Troop 192 celebrated the achievements of new Eagle Scouts Isaac J. Ekstrom, Brandon C. Graham, and Dawson L. Holloway at their Court of Honor, Aug. 13, at North Oaks Community Church. Ekstrom’s Eagle Project included clearing invasive weeds from the Springfield Library pond. “Scouting has been quite an experience for me – it’s […]

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