Week in Review — Ice Warning, Expiring Tax Cuts, Siren Testing
Here is a look at what happened on 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. 30
Fenton Patch’s Week in Review gave you a look at what happened during the week, including news on the I-96 shooting suspect, the recent snow and feel good stories.
If you’re looking for a job, check Fenton Patch on Sundays for Job Openings in Fenton. Last Sunday’s listings were at this link.
Monday, Dec. 31
With the new year approaching quickly, we invited Fenton Patch readers to vote for their favorite story of 2012.
Fenton Patch also asked you what you would like to see improved in the area in 2013.
Tuesday, Jan. 1
Happy New Year!
Wednesday, Jan. 2
Fenton Patch provided you with news on a bill Rep. Dale Kildee supports, which is a Senate plan to address expiring tax cuts from the Bush era.
In addition, we let you know about a warning from officials on lake ice, after a recent accidental death in Groveland Township.
Also on Wednesday, Fenton Patch’s mystery diners, Freddy Spaghetti and Tonya Lasagna, provided you with a glimpse of what you can expect from the Fenton Fire Hall restaurant, expected to open in June.
For the news on Miss Michigan competing in the Miss America Pageant, Fenton Patch shared this story on Macomb County native Angela Venditti.
Thursday, Jan. 3
We shared a Local Voices column from Dominick’s Warriors, on a petition to strengthen federal sentencing for child abusers.
Fenton Patch had an update on Fenton Fire Hall restaurateur Curt Catallo, whose Vinsetta Garage in Berkeley was named in the Detroit News’ ’13 to Try in 2013.’
We shared information on 2013, the Year of the Snake, so readers could find out what animal character represents them according to the Chinese zodiac.
And we let you know about a severe weather siren test in Fenton on Saturday.
Friday, Jan. 4
Fenton Patch provided you with the story on the newly discovered Comet ISON, which will be visible through this month.
We shared a story on a new snow plow that Livingston County will begin using this month, on US-23 and I-96. It's called the tow plow, and Livingston will be first in the state to use it.
Saturday, Jan. 5
Fenton Patch gave you a look at what happened in the area during the week, with Big News Around You. This week's news included an ice warning after a death in Groveland Township, Fenton schools' search for options to update the district's technology, and a man sentenced to prison in Livingston County for providing heroin to a Brighton woman who later overdosed.