Bird watching in the summer requires a keen eye. Birds aren’t out with their flashy colors and songs as they are in the spring, working to attract mates. They’re staying at their nests, protecting their nests.
Ted Nagy is an RN by profession, but even he wasn’t prepared for what happened on Sunday when his fiancée, Sarah Morello, gave birth to the couple’s second child in the car, en-route to the hospital.
Cub Scout Pack 211 out of Hyatt Elementary in Linden recently worked on a project to help support our troops. The Scouts and their parents came together with donations and packed them to ship to military troops who are currently spending their holidays overseas.
In September 2001, Jan Rynearson, the late Tri-County Times features editor, was able to score the recipe for Fr. David Harvey’s chili, served each year at the St. John Applefest since 1979.
Looking at the ingredients on the label of your lotion, soaps, nail polish and other beauty products, you might see formaldehyde or formaldehyde-releasing products. Used as a preservative in cosmetics, this colorless and odorless gas has been deemed safe at low levels by the Federal Drug Adm…
In Mark Carpenter’s VAE Life Coaching practice, his goal is to bring hope back into the lives of teens and adults.
Michigan-grown sweet corn is practically legendary, known for its sweet, tender kernels that are plucked off the cob with each succulent bite.
Adulthood comes with a lot of responsibility, and often, people grow up without acquiring basic life skills.
By Sally Rummel
By Hannah Ball
The Fenton Titanium Tigers robotics team is in its fourth year at Fenton High School and have made many accomplishments for such a young team. Each year the FIRST robotics competition changes and this year the game was called SteamWorks.
Good vision is one of the most important aspects of your child’s success in school and on the sports field. That’s why children need vision screenings and eye exams before starting school.
Nobody loves going to the dentist, but it is something that must be done. If you want that healthy white smile, then you need to keep up on your dental checkups.
All students who play organized sports must be cleared to play by passing a physical.
Many things can make you perspire.
It’s 2 a.m. on a Thursday and you’re still up watching TV. While insomnia is hitting hard, so are the infomercials, the only thing on at the time.
If your family includes a fourth-grade student, you might want to pack a bag with them and enjoy their free visit to any national park in the U.S. this year, thanks to the National Park Service’s Centennial Celebration in 2016.
Give a man a fish and you’ll feed him for a day. Teach him how to fish and you’ll feed him for a lifetime.
Life as a student-athlete can be an exciting but challenging time.
The family of Jeff and Sharon Stone of Fenton Township have awarded a total of $132,300 in college scholarships to deserving seniors in the Lake Fenton school district since 2004 — in memory of their son, Brad, who passed away July 1, 2000, at age 12. They’ve awarded another $81,500 in coll…
Physical activity and proper diet and nutrition can help people age 50 and older maintain their physical health. But there are also ways aging men and women can preserve brain health in an effort to prevent or delay the cognitive decline that affects millions of seniors across the globe.
Transfiguration Lutheran Church in Fenton will host its 12th annual Cookie Sale/Bazaar on Saturday, Dec. 9, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. This festive event features a selection of more than 50 different kinds of Christmas cookies with visitors able to select their own varieties for $6 per dozen. A …
Fenton-based charity, Delivering Hope is hosting its “Strikes for Tykes” bowling fundraiser on Friday, Nov. 10, from 7 to 9 p.m. at Holly Lanes. The cost for two hours of bowling is $20 per bowler or $90 for a team of five, which includes shoes, pizza, and pop. The event will also feature a …
The community is invited to attend a fundraiser for David Turkowski of Fenton at Leo’s Coney Island, 15010 Silver Pkwy., Fenton on Thursday, Aug. 3 from 5 to 8 p.m. Turkowski was unexpectedly diagnosed with stage IV colon cancer. He will need to undergo aggressive chemotherapy and surgeries …
Edward Jones of Linden is asking all residents and business owners of the Linden area to donate school supplies. These donations can add value to Linden Community Schools as one more student will be provided with the appropriate tools to begin or continue his or her learning and development.…
Sgt. Patrick O’Rourke, who was shot and killed in the line of duty on Sept. 9, 2012, will be remembered with a special 5.5K event on Saturday, Aug. 5, beginning at 8:55 a.m. at the Hartland High School track. The 5.5K distance and 8:55 a.m. starting time are in remembrance of O’Rourke’s badg…
The Barn restaurant is hosting a non-profit volleyball/cornhole tournament called “Bags & Balls,” on Saturday, Aug. 26, beginning at 9 a.m. The restaurant is at 715 Torrey Rd., Fenton. All proceeds will go to Snuggle Sacks — survival kits for the homeless. Organizers will be accepting ad…
Organizers of the Thompson Road Regional Dog Park are raising funds for Phase 1. They are seeking “101 Donors” to make a contribution of at least $100. Go to www.TRRDogPark.com for a form. Donors committing at least $100 will be recognized on a memorial plaque at the dog park once fundraisin…
The Knights of Columbus is hosting a Spaghetti Dinner to benefit the Wounded Warrior Project. The fundraiser takes place from 4 to 7 p.m. on Saturday, May 13 the St. John the Evangelist Activity Center, 600 N. Adelaide St., Fenton In addition to the spaghetti dinner, there will be a 50/50 d…
Fenton’s Curtis-Wolverton VFW Auxiliary received a handmade, red, white and blue quilt, which is being raffled as a fundraiser. The money raised will be used for its Hospital Program, which includes bingo parties and horse races at the Ann Arbor VA, plus Christmas, and regular visits to Fent…
Adopt-A-Pet of Fenton is hosting its 12th annual Golf Scramble at the Fenton Farms Golf Club, 12312 Torrey Rd. in Fenton on May 20. Registration is open through May 7 for teams or individual participants. The $90 registration fee includes greens fees, lunch and dinner. This event will raise …
Right-handed people usually have no idea, or give much thought to what the “lefties” (sometimes called ‘south paws’) in their circle of family and friends go through on a regular basis.
Fenton Twp. — On a Tuesday afternoon, eight women gather around a kitchen. A pot of milk heats up on the stove, and there are cookies and crackers on the table.
Visiting an island for a vacation is a dream for many, but living on an island is just a typical day for many fortunate tri-county area residents.
So, you got the itch, bought a fully decked out boat with all the bells and whistles and now look forward to hanging out on the water this summer.
American healthcare is reactive, not proactive, meaning our system places more importance on treating lung cancer than it does on encouraging people not to smoke.
Some people can remember every day of their lives, and some people can’t even remember what they had for breakfast this morning.
Ladies Night Out in Holly brought more than a thousand women downtown Friday evening, to enjoy shopping and dining in one of Oakland County’s most successful “Main Street” downtowns.
If your idea of camping is spending the night at the nearest Holiday Inn, then this newest trend in outdoor living might be just for you.
If you live in the tri-county area, there are only two seasons of the year: winter and boating.
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.
Mother’s Day, this Sunday, May 8, is the official kick-off to the flower season in Michigan, with local greenhouses gearing up for this busy weekend.
The “most exciting two minutes in sports” is coming up this Saturday, May, with the 142nd running of the Kentucky Derby, at Churchill downs, Kentucky.
Any mother who has had one or more 15 year olds move through the family ranks has heard these words — “I hate chu Mom!”
Did you wait until the last minute to buy your mom something for Mother’s Day?
The summer movie season will begin this month, and production companies have set dates for this summer’s must-see movies. From comedies, to action movies, to reboots, there are movies for all interests.
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.
With more and more people choosing cremation over burial for their own or loved ones’ remains, some are finding creative ways to preserve the ashes.
This time of year, flowers take center stage at our homes as we celebrate the coming of spring, plus many special occasions from prom to Mother’s Day, and the planting of our own gardens. Flowers have always been infused with symbolism and meaning, bringing a beautiful yet subtle way to comm…
TV’s “Dancing with the Stars” has brought dancing out of the ballroom and into the mainstream of everyday American life.
Everyone who has dogs for pets has a story to tell about their best friends — even if it’s strange or not so nice.
Moviegoers might not have to pay more than $10 for one ticket to watch a movie at the theater. Instead, they could watch that same movie in the comfort of your own home on the same day it is released.
The ideas of conflict and rivalry have never been more present in pop culture. With huge blockbusters like “Captain America: Civil War,” coming to theaters May 6, and the recently released “Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice,” the two movies ultimately are pitting the two biggest comic comp…
Don’t be surprised if the person who helps you out to your car with your groceries is older than you are.
The start of the golf season and competitions, like the Masters golf tournament, which starts with round one on April 7, always brings back memories of an old friend I knew during my early adult years, living in the suburbs of Chicago.
If you never take another family vacation in your lifetime, you should pack your bags this summer to explore the riches of the American West.
Some do it without meaning to. Some do it quietly. Some do it online.
Who hasn’t dreamed about experiencing the lush fairways, sparkling white sand bunkers and blooming azaleas, not to mention world-class golf, at the annual tradition of the Masters golf tournament.
While working at a golf course in college, Rick Slaght, 36, a Linden native, fell in love with the game and pursued it as a career. He’s in the process of moving back to Linden with his wife, Meghan, and their 2-year-old son, Jack. After being an assistant golf professional at Warwick Hills …
Which came first, the chicken or the egg?
The Fenton Historical Society is looking for ways to inspire residents to visit the A.J. Phillips Museum in Fenton and learn more about local history.
You may want to crank up your air conditioner and spend more time on the beach this summer, as long-term projections for spring and summer are calling for above-average temperatures.
Byron Public Schools
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Michigan Dept. of Education
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Ferris State University
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University of Michigan Ann Arbor
University of Michigan Flint
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Washtenaw Community College
Crossroads Village & Huckleberry Rail Road
DTE Energy Music Theatre
The Fisher Theater
Joe Louis Arena
The Palace of Auburn Hills
Flint Cultural Center
For-Mar Nature Preserve
Robert T. Longway Planetarium
Flint Youth Theatre
Flint Institute of Arts
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Fenton Village Playhouse