Winter storms damage

The recent snow storms brought down a number of trees and tree branches throughout the city.While the DPW will remove branches and cuttings that originated from trees in the city easement (typically the space between the road and the sidewalk), the city does not have the capacity to pick up branches from other trees in […]

Clarkston grapplers win league title in dual over Oxford

By Wendi Reardon PriceClarkston News Sports WriterOXFORD — Clarkston Varsity Wrestling claimed their third consecutive OAA Red League title with a 36-32 win over Oxford last Wednesday, Jan. 24.“It’s going to be a good dual when you wrestle Oxford,” said Brian Gibbs, head coach for the Wolves. “It was a great environment. The gym was […]

Wolfpack Update for January 24, 2024

SOUTHFIELD — Clarkston Boys Bowling teams had victories over Southfield Arts & Technology last Thursday at Plum Hollow Lanes.The varsity team won, 29-1, and had 200-plus games from John Tippett and Daniel Blaine. The JV team defeated Southfield, 26-4. The girls varsity team lost 29-1.The girls team competed in the Oakland County Championship at Century […]

Survivors day

The Calvary Lutheran LIFE Team is sponsoring an International Survivors of Suicide Loss Day, which includes breakfast and healing, on Nov. 18, from 8 a.m. to noon, at Clarkston Calvary Lutheran Church, 6805 Bluegrass Drive.Register at Walk-ins also welcome.For more information, call the church at 248-625-3288.

Paving update

The city’s tentative timing for the repaving of Depot Road, South Holcomb Road, and White Lake Road is Oct. 21 through Oct. 28.“I’m still trying to include the repaving of W. Washington, but this is still TBD at this time,” Clarkston City Manager Jonathan Smith said in a recent communication. “Stay tuned for future updates.”

Public Notice: Synopsis, Independence Township regular/closed meeting, Aug. 22, 2023

SYNOPSIS ACTIONS TAKEN BY THE TOWNSHIP BOARD THE CHARTER TOWNSHIP OF INDEPENDENCE AUGUST 22, 2023 – Regular / CLOSED SESSION Meeting CALL TO ORDER: 6:00 P.M. APPROVED: Agenda as Amended: Adding Closed Session APPROVED Consent Agenda as Presented The following motions were made and passed: APPROVE: Introduction and 1st Reading of the Ordinance to amend […]

Public Notice: Clarkston City Council regular meeting minutes, Aug. 14, 2023

  City of the Village of ClarkstonArtemus M. Pappas Village Hall375 Depot RoadClarkston, Michigan 48346City Council Regular Meeting Minutes 8.14.2023 Final Minutes Call To Order The regular session meeting of the City of the Village of Clarkston City Council was called to order by Mayor Haven at 7:00 P.M. Pledge Of Allegiance Mayor Haven led the Pledge of Allegiance. Roll Call […]

Upcoming fundraiser

Preservation Clarkston is holding an upcoming dinner and live auction on Sept. 23 at 6 p.m. at Brady Lodge inside Bay Court Park, 6970 Andersonville Road.The event looks to raise funds for the Bailey House project and the Clarkston Community School Construction Trades program. The goal is $22,500.A chef is planning a fresh, seasonal meal […]

Mountaineers victorious in league for golf, track and field

Clarkston Everest Collegiate Boys Varsity Golf defeated University Liggett 153-163 to secure the regular season league title, May 10. Jeffrey “Remy” Stalcup led the team with a 36 for the day. Will Pennanan hit a 37; Parker Stalcup, 39; Franco Torio, 41; James Schmitt, 44; and Mark Cross, 57. They also had a 155-197 win […]

Sprinters show speed in first meet of spring season

By Wendi Reardon Price Clarkston News Sports Writer Clarkston Girls and Boys Track teams ran, jumped and threw their way into the spring season as they competed against OAA Red foe Rochester Adams last Wednesday. “They did really well,” said Kevin Breen, head coach. “We knew it was going to be a tough meet especially […]

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