Sunday, Nov. 18
Fenton Patch let you know how you can help shape Fenton’s future. City officials are holding a Community Visioning Forum in December, and readers can find out the details here.
Looking for a job? Fenton Patch is here to help, with employment postings on Sundays. Last Sunday, we shared the following area listings.
Monday, Nov. 19
We shared memories from friends who miss who passed away in July after being struck by a train.
Fenton Patch had an update on who owns Lasco Ford in Fenton with her husband. She will have two book signings this week for the Christian children’s book she wrote, Lasco shared.
And the Sheriff’s Department asked Patch readers for help in identifying a person of interest after a church break-in that was in Hartland.
Tuesday, Nov. 20
We shared the latest update from the which is investigating the theft of about $2,500 from the Michigan Coin Gallery.
And Fenton Patch gave you the info about the government office and school closings for this week, due to the Thanksgiving holiday.
We also invited readers to which you can upload anytime.
Fenton Patch also let you know about some for $32,000-$225,000.
A local Patch blogger told the story of how he found a majestic buck but knew he’d witnessed something special and couldn’t shoot it.
Wednesday, Nov. 21
Fenton Patch had the full story on the community and the many volunteers who helped make it possible.
We reported how changes in federal grant funding mean a several-month which will include downtown road construction and aesthetic improvements.
Fenton Patch let you know about a possible rezoning and site plan that are coming up for the restaurant that’s moving into the old Fenton Fire Hall.
Thursday, Nov. 22
Fenton area residents let you know what they’re thankful for.
Friday, Nov. 23
Our mystery diners, visited Ruby Tuesday in Fenton.
We shared a column from a retail employee (me!) who worked on Black Friday.
And what can you make with all of those tasty Thanksgiving leftovers? This article was for you!
Saturday, Nov. 24
We had the with info on Small Business Saturday, Gov. Rick Snyder’s upcoming discussions on plans for a new bridge to Canada, and more.