Week in Review — Feel Good Stories, I-96 Shooting Suspect Pleads Not Guilty, and Snow
Here is a look at what happened at Fenton Patch this week.
As usual, it was a busy week at Fenton Patch.
Here is a look at what you might have missed.
Sunday, Dec. 23
Fenton Patch had the latest updates from the Livingston County Sheriff’s Department, letting you know about a Highland teen suspected of stealing from the Hartland Target to pay MIP fines.
We also shared Fenton job listings for those who are looking for employment.
In addition, Fenton Patch encouraged business owners to log in and enter a business listing free of charge. For more information, see (this link).
Monday, Dec. 24
For holiday-themed music playlists, we shared music for Christmas Eve.
And Fenton Patch gave you the scoop on some Christmas cookie recipes.
For some good news, we had a roundup of feel good stories about Fenton area people helping those in need.
Ever wonder how Santa Claus would answer some questions? We shared Patch Editor Brooke Tajer’s interview with the jolly old elf.
Tuesday, Dec. 25
For fun, we had some interesting Christmas facts for you.
Fenton Patch also invited you to share your Christmas photos, and how you celebrated the holiday.
And we had ideas on what movies to watch after opening your presents.
Wednesday, Dec. 26
On Wednesday, Fenton Patch invited you to share your favorite snow photos.
We let you know earlier in the day that 3-6 inches of snow was expected in Fenton.
And Fenton Patch had a story on local tragedies in 2012, including the death in the line of duty of Fenton resident and West Bloomfield Officer Patrick O’Rourke and Fenton teen Audrey Seigle, who was struck and killed by a train.
Also on Wednesday, we shared the scoop on the Fenton bed and breakfast that’s known for its baked eggs.
Thursday, Dec. 27
Patch had the latest news on the I-96 shooting suspect, who pleaded not guilty to felony terrorism charges.
Fenton Patch met many amazing people in 2012, and we reviewed a list of several.
We also shared 5 recipe ideas for your New Year’s party, if you’re hosting or bringing a dish to pass.
If you’re headed out for New Year’s instead, we had a list of local bars and restaurants that will have parties on New Year’s Eve.
In addition, Fenton Patch had the latest information on holiday school and government office closings.
Friday, Dec. 28
Fenton Patch had an update from the Fenton Police Department, with news on a quick change scam at Buffalo Wild Wings and the larceny of a wallet.
We reviewed the top two Fenton business stories for 2012, the Old Fenton Fire Hall and ReSale 360.
Fenton Patch shared a story on whether the Right-to-Work Law could lead to Gov. Snyder’s recall.