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Suspected bank robber charged

At approximately 1:20 p.m. on Wednesday, April 27, an unknown man reportedly robbed the Chase bank in Byron.

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Suspected bank robber charged

Annual $1,020 sewer bill a burden for many

This is part two of a two-part series on the Fenton Township sanitary sewer system and user fee.

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It’s prom season

Hemlines and hairstyles may go up and down, but one thing about proms hasn’t changed over the decades — it’s still a defining moment for many people as they look back at their high school years.

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Kathy Wilkinson, principal office secretary at Lake Fenton High School, went to prom at Lake Fenton with her date, Todd Wilkinson. “I went with him to his senior prom in 1984 and he went to my junior prom in 1985 and senior prom in 1986,” said Wilkinson.

Play ball!

Former Fenton Mayor Carl Hammond throws out the first pitch at the April 22 Detroit Tigers game. Hammond and his son-in-law, Leo Doan, a Fenton Water Department retiree, are “die-hard fans” according to Hammond’s daughter, Teresa Doan. “Leo arranged to have Dad throw out the first pitch as a birthday present,” Teresa said. Hammond said it was a thrill doing it. “I can’t believe my son-in-law set it up,” Hammond said. “It was always something I always dreamed about. When you’re out there, you can’t hear the crowd, everything just goes dead and you concentrate on the pitch. It was great.”

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Gifts your mother might actually want

Your mother gave you life. The least you can do is give her what she might actually want on Mother’s Day on May 8.

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One of the best gifts you can give your mom on Mother’s Day is reducing her duties as a mother. Let her spend the day doing whatever she wants.

Cigarette toss draws two fire departments

Fenton City and Fenton Township fire departments responded to a kitchen fire at Ruby Tuesday on Silver Parkway in Fenton Monday afternoon. (Above) After wrapping up, the fire departments leave the scene.(Left) Fenton Fire Chief Bob Cairnduff said the fire was caused by a cigarette tossed against the outside of the building. It briefly caught the outside of the building on fire, and smoke came into the kitchen. No one was injured.

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Students cut brave teachers’ hair

At Patterson Elementary School in Holly last week, a few lucky students got to cut two teachers’ hair after their classes raised the most money in a month for a new playground.

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Young 5s teacher Marisa O’Neil helps her student Kaleb Turner cut fourth-grade teacher Joe Hutchin’s hair at Patterson Elementary School. The Young 5s and kindergarten students were two of the grades to raise the most money for the playground fundraiser.

LF parents, music teacher to be honored

The Lake Fenton Community Schools Foundation has announced Lee and Mary Rossmaessler as this year’s recipient of its “Lifetime Achievement Award,” to be presented at the Foundation’s annual Award Dinner. The Foundation will also be presenting its Teacher of the Year, sponsored by The State Bank, award to Rachel Solgat.

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Mary and Lee Rossmaessler

Home inspections definitely worth the cost

Buying a house is often said to be one of the most stressful events in people’s lives — and it’s one of the most expensive investments most will ever make.

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Checking to make sure all electrical and mechanical components are working properly is part of the home inspection.

From old barns to ‘Good Wood’

Aaron Mohr was a third generation craftsman in the entertainment industry in North Hollywood, California and New York City, using his hands to create products for the Grammys, on Broadway and music festivals around the country.

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Aaron Mohr, owner of Good Wood Reclaimed Furniture, feels right at home in downtown Holly.

What’s their story?

Have you ever walked into a store or other local business and wondered how it got started, who started it, and why? In short, what's their story?



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A benefit most of us are not aware of

Many people are not aware of a benefit that we all share as drivers who live in Michigan. Michigan state law provides medical care for those injured in an auto related accident. Under Michigan law, people who have been injured may be entitled to receive therapeutic massage as part of their rehab.



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