Week in Review: Fenton Natives' Brewery, Hometown Heroes, and Prep Football Season

As usual, there was plenty of news in Fenton this week.

Here is a look at what you might have missed.

Monday, Aug. 13

We provided you with a "sweet" story on

In addition, Fenton Patch launched a new question, "Where can you find the best breakfast place in Fenton? On Friday afternoon, the winner was Fenton Coney & Grill, with 43 percent of the vote.

Tuesday, Aug. 14

Fenton Patch provided a story about Fenton natives Kevin Cary and Matt Ritchey, who are opening their own in Chicago.

Also on Tuesday, we supplied the from the Fenton Police Department, letting you know about two recent break-ins, one at a business and the other at a home. Rifles and other sporting goods equipment were taken from the home, police said.

Wednesday, Aug. 15

Fenton Patch provided a story about upcoming season. Head coach Jeff Setzke's team wants to make it to the state finals this year, Setzke said.

Thursday, Aug. 16

is in full bloom, with harvesting taking place and produce giveaways happening on Wednesday afternoons and Saturday mornings. Fenton Patch had an inside look at the garden's progress.

Also on Thursday, we shared information that Wal-Mart in Fenton was hosting an early release party in honor of the new DVD coming out.

Friday, Aug. 17

Fenton Patch shared the news on the bicycling event, which has raised $14,000 this year for congenital heart disease research. Fenton area resident Kim Foerster began the event 10 years ago in honor of her son Braylon Foerster, who passed away because of heart defects he had at birth.

Other news on Friday included our report on the which was in full swing on Thursday evening. It runs through Sept. 27, so there's still time to check it out on an upcoming Thursday.

We provided you with the featuring news on a shoplifting arrest at Wal-Mart and destruction to church property in the 1000 block of Main Street.

Saturday, May 12

Fenton Patch provided the Big News Around You with links to updates on the city of Fenton's chicken keeping proposal, Back to Bricks in Flint this weekend, and the body of a Holly woman being found, seven years after she became missing.


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