Monday, Sept. 24
We provided you with an opportunity to take an “It Can Wait” pledge to not text and drive. Fenton Patch readers gave their reasons for not texting and driving.
Fenton Patch had the scoop on the Lake Fenton Marching Band’s Command Performance on Saturday, at the home of raffle winner Orlin Knuth.
We also had the scoop on a Fenton Township woman who experienced a frightening attempted break-in at her home on Moffett Drive in the early morning hours of Sept. 22.
We let you know about how Linden residents could dispose of unused, unwanted prescriptions safely.
Tuesday, Sept. 25
Fenton Patch provided you with an opportunity to find out how much your neighbors have contributed to 2012 presidential candidates Barack Obama and Mitt Romney.
Also on Tuesday, we had the Police Blotter, which let you know about an underage drinker being cited.
We also had the news the with some photos from the weekend event.
Fenton Patch also shared the story on a Wixom gas station raising $12,000 for Officer Patrick O’Rourke’s family. O’Rourke was a West Bloomfield police officer and Fenton resident who died in the line of duty.
Wednesday, Sept. 26
Fenton Patch let you know about the Oakwood Cemetery History Walk coming up Saturday, Oct. 6. The free event will feature re-enactments of the lives of Civil War soldiers who are buried in the Fenton cemetery.
Also on Wednesday, we shared the news on the Fenton Police Department’s Drug Take-Back event.
We also had the news on how an ambulance company is challenging the city of Fenton’s contractual relationship with STAT EMS.
Thursday, Sept. 27
We shared the news on the rally at this Tuesday, for the O’Rourke Family Trust. The Oakland County community continues its efforts to help the family of the slain police officer, who lived in the Fenton area.
Also on Thursday, we had information from the on how to receive an absentee ballot for the Nov. 6 election.
And Fenton Patch had the story about how the city will be involved in an unfair labor practices charge one of the Fenton Department of Public Works employees filed against his Teamsters union. The charge involves how the union handled contract negotiations for the Fenton DPW last year, the city attorney said.
We also provided news on a woman who was seriously injured in a crash on Owen Road.
Fenton Patch shared a story on the groundbreaking that’s coming up at the at 5:30 p.m. on Oct. 17.
Friday, Sept. 28
On Friday, we had the story on as the Tigers got pumped up for the Homecoming weekend.
Fenton Patch shared the news on the a way to celebrate fall.
Other news on Friday included the Police Blotter, as we provided information from the Fenton Police Department on a man who fled police on a motorcycle, a pharmacy break-in where a large amount of Vicodin was stolen, and larcenies from autos.
And Fenton Patch had photos from the Fenton High School Homecoming pep rally and parade on Friday.
Saturday, Sept. 29
Fenton Patch provided the Big News Around You with a list that included a premeditated murder charge against a Groveland Township man, the search for Jimmy Hoffa's body, and the Jewish holiday of Yom Kippur.