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 Holly — Two best friends added their ribbons to the tree in front of Holly Elementary School on Thursday, July 29 before they leave for the military.

 Fenton City Council voted unanimously in favor of a liquor license transfer during its meeting Monday, July 26 after hearing no objections from Fenton Police Chief Jason Slater.

‘‘Beware at the new three-way stop at Owen and Linden roads. The orange flags and stop signs at all three stopping points must not stand out enough because a lady in a white Traverse blew through the stop sign. If not for me locking up my brakes, she would have slammed into me.”

 Linden — On Monday, July 26, the Linden City Council approved a grant application to help fund technology improvements at local schools. On July 19, the Fenton Township Board of Trustees approved the same grant. 

Surrounded by his team and community members, owner Vince Lorraine recently cut the ribbon on the newly remodeled North Towne Professional Centre. The ribbon cutting was hosted by the Fenton & Linden Regional Chamber of Commerce. The celebration was followed by a networking event in the …

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 Fenton City Council adopted a resolution to place a bond proposal on the ballot for the election to be held Tuesday, Nov. 2. The bond proposal would raise funds for road and street improvements in the city.

 Benjamin Joseph Reinhart, 24, of Gaines, was charged with four counts related to communicating with who he thought was a 15-year-old girl. He was a corrections officer for the Genesee County Sheriff’s Office.

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 Fenton — Construction workers began maintenance work on the S. LeRoy Street bridge, which goes over the Shiawassee River, on Tuesday, July 27. 

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 Fenton City Council unanimously approved a service agreement with GFL Environmental USA, Inc. for solid waste, recycle and yard waste service. They also authorized City Manager Lynn Markland or his designee to sign the agreement.

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