Nearly 1,000 Tons of Salt Dumped on Fenton Streets this Winter, Students Busted for Stealing Snacks

Here is a look at the Big News Around You this week.

Here is a list of the top five most interesting stories from around the Fenton area this week.

1. Nearly 1,000 tons of salt have been dropped on Fenton streets this winter, according to the Tri-County Times.

2. For several months large booms have been reported in Highland, the cause of the booms are dynamite used by a company doing seismic testing in the area, reported White Lake-Highland Patch.

3. The number of reported dogs bites in Genesee County has jumped 28 percent, according to the Flint Journal.

4. A total of 25 Fowlerville students were suspended from school for stealing snacks out of the vending machine, reported the Livingston Daily Press & Argus.

5. The Oakland Press had a neat story about a Michgian couple that has been married 83 years.

Barry February 16, 2013 at 07:01 PM
The road commision in Fenton is Awsome. I leave for work at 6am, whenever we have a storm or the roads are predicted to be bad, my road is already salted. Great Job! I appreciate it.
GARY HOLLAND February 18, 2013 at 05:56 PM
Barry, does your wife work for the ROAD COMMISSION?


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