Friday Sep 12
A Women's Conversation on Money Event in Fenton
A new study reveals more women today are falling into poverty than ever before but one Fenton woman wants to do something about it. This morning Shard Financial Services located at 1537 N. Leroy St., Suite D, Fenton held a "Women's Conversation on Money."
Thu Sep 11, 2014
After nearly 20 years apart, Flint will rejoin Genesee County 911 system
Two decades after the city of Flint broke away from the Genesee County emergency dispatch system, the two sides are getting back together again. Flint emergency manager Darnell Earley and county 911 Director Lloyd Fayling announced Thursday, Sept.
A classic love story: Couple picked up in 1930 Ford Model A to celebrate 75 years of marriage
Al and Lois Rutter were taken back in time to the 1930s when the couple were taken to celebrate their 75th wedding anniversary on July 19. Although the couple's anniversary isn't until Friday, Sept. 12, the two still instantly smile when they are asked about their trip, which they believed was just a 75th anniversary party with their family at Shiawassee Shores Retirement Park in Linden.
Tue Sep 09, 2014
Another good year for apples across the state
Another round of cooler weather slated for the end of the week is just another sign that summer is almost over. As the seasons change, a popular fruit is beginning to show up at farmer's markets and orchards across Mid-Michigan.
Thu Sep 04, 2014
Alternate routes to go up north, to Lions game
It's early September, and while it's still warm and summery, Michigan is on the cusp of yet another glorious fall. Which means there's still plenty of time left for weekend trips up north, but construction is still scheduled on Interstate 75. Here's what you should know: In Bay County, the Michigan Department of Transportation will begin to close lanes on the freeway Friday as part of a $15 million project to reconstruct 3 1 2 miles of freeway from Pinconning Road north to the Bay/Arenac county line.
Wed Sep 03, 2014
Fenton men sentenced to prison time in Tomahawk missile case
A Fenton father and son have been sentenced to a year and a day in federal prison after they pleaded guilty to making false statements about the work they were hired to do on Tomahawk cruise missiles.
Festival vendor tries to run over security guard
Authorities say a vendor at a Renaissance Festival in suburban Detroit tried to run over a security guard during an argument.
Tue Sep 02, 2014
Faygo and custard? New Union Joints shop puts twist on frozen treats
Union Joints restaurant co-owner Curt Catallo said he loves serving frozen custard in downtown Fenton at the Pumphouse, just outside the Fire Hall, 201 S. Leroy St. Union Joints is known for taking unique buildings and adding a restaurant flair to them, and this newest and smallest project has Catallo more than beaming.
Mon Sep 01, 2014
Little free libraries reopen in Davison after book donations flood in following thefts
Since Aug. 27, Carter has received around 700 books and more than 60 emails -- from as far as Pennsylvania -- asking where people can send her donations to restock her library.
Thu Aug 21, 2014
$1,000 Reward Offered For Tips In Vandalism, Theft Spree
Police and Crime Stopper of Michigan are hoping the public can help them to catch whomever is responsible for a recent crime spree in the Fenton area.
Wed Aug 20, 2014
Missing Fenton teen's body recovered from St. Clair River
The search for missing Fenton teen Brady Morton has ended after his body was found Wednesday afternoon.
Mott Community College offers Michigan Corrections Training Program to fill vacancies in the career
Mott Community College has been approved to be one of six training sites for the Michigan Corrections Training Program Academy.
Tue Aug 19, 2014
Fenton police investigating more than 10 cases of vandalism, property damage this month
Fenton police are asking residents to keep their eyes peeled for trouble after more than 10 cases of vandalism and property damage throughout Fenton have been reported since the beginning of the month.
Sat Aug 16, 2014
Detroit Free Press
Back to the Bricks car show returns to Flint today
Greg Logan, of Grand Blanc, parks his 1969 Pontiac Le Mars during Fenton's Tune Up Party in downtown Fenton on Thursday, Aug. 7, 2014.
Argus Farm Stop opens on west side of downtown Ann Arbor
The first customers at Ann Arbor's new year-round farm market were welcomed Saturday morning with samples of fresh baked bread from a Fenton, Mich.-based bakery.