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Brewers from all over Michigan faced off at the Third Annual Michigan Homebrew Festival, and the competition was fierce with over 800 beers entered into the contest.
From venison chili to chicken tortilla soup, there were a variety of treats to warm eager eaters who came to the Taste of Clarkston.
Local healthcare facilities have been inundated with sick Clarkstonites this flu season, and although the worst may be over, residents may be coughing and sneezing their way into the spring.
In their 40th year, the North Oakland Headwaters Land Conservancy (NOHLC) is still preserving land in Independence and other townships.
With forecasts calling for more snow, Michiganians may be grumbling, but Clarkston High School graduate Eric Woolley would find our temperatures quite mild.
Travel offers a lot more than a change of scenery for the characters in the Clarkston Village Player's latest comedy, Neil Simon's California Suite.
Since adopting a new burn policy last fall, the Independence Township Trustees has heard mixed reviews, but they aren't finished tweaking the Open Burning Ordinance just yet.
Part I of a two-part story on oil and gas exploration from start to finish.
Like many ten year olds, Maysie Jean Madison sings along with Katy Perry and Justin Beiber. But since March 7 when Maysie was medically-induced into a coma due to seizures in her brain, she hasn't woken up to enjoy the usual things.