Week in Review: Clawson Coffee Shops Close, Right-to-Work Legislation Announced, Clawson Food Pantry Receives Generous Donation
Here's 10 stories you may have missed on Clawson Patch this week.
Are you spending your Sunday catching up on last week's news? Here are the top 10 stories you may have missed about Clawson this week:
Fun food products and festive poinsettias support the local economy and arrive in time for the Holidays, and make excellent appreciation and last minute gifts.
The product could be contaminated with Listeria monocytogenes, the health officials in the U.S. and Canada said
Dunkin' Donuts and Great Sport Coffee are officially out of business. Is a fast food joint next?
Did you decorate your house for the holidays this year? Enter our "Deck the House" contest and you could win $100,000 for your local school district and $500 to pay your electric bills!
The city's Casual Day marks a generous donation to the local charitable organization.
Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder announced Thursday morning that he would sign right-to-work legislation if passed by the state Legislature.
Santa makes plans to dine in Clawson during the annual Lunch with Santa event Dec. 8.
Post your views on the proposed right-to-work legislation by adding it to the Local Voices section of Clawson Patch.
Lumiere is available for adoption through Paws for Life Rescue in Troy.
Are you looking for a job and don't mind traveling a bit from home? We've found a dozen jobs available from around Oakland County, from babysitters, to an engineer to a dental assistant.