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From gas station to superstore at Sunoco

After three months of renovations The Sunoco on Broadway was transformed from a gas station into a 24 hours a day, seven days a week superstore including Dunkin Donuts and Baskin Robbins ice cream....more >>

Clarkston pizzaria comes to Orion with fresh ingredients

By Olivia Shumaker Review Intern Italian favorites have arrived in Lake Orion, in the form of Pizzeria Dolce at 325 Broadway Street. The eatery came to Lake Orion by way of Clarkston, where owner Dan Nestorovski established the original Pizzeria Dolce about a year ago....more >>
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Plan for future with Anderson

Anderson Family Financial takes the personal approach to their financial services. "It is a holistic approach," said Bonnie A. Anderson, Certified Financial Planner. "We view it as it is a process and a relationship lasting through generations....more >>
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Born September 14th
1879: Margaret Sanger, birth-control advocate and founder of Planned Parenthood.
1898: Hal B. Wallis, film producer (The Maltese Falcon, Casablanca).
1921: Constance Baker Motley, first African-American woman to be appointed a federal judge.
1930: Allan Bloom, writer (The Closing of the American Mind).
1934: Kate Millet, feminist writer, author of Sexual Politics.
September 14th
in history
1814: Francis Scott Key writes the words to the Star-Spangled Banner as he waits aboard a British launch in the Chesapeake Bay for the outcome of the British assault on Fort McHenry during the War of 1812.
1847: U.S. forces under Gen. Winfield Scott capture Mexico City, bringing the two-year Mexican War to a close.
1853: The Allies land at Eupatoria on the west coast of Crimea.
1862: At the battles of South Mountain and Crampton's Gap, Maryland Union troops smash into the Confederates as they close in on what will become the Antietam battleground. New York Tribune reporter George Smalley scooped the world with his vivid account of the Battle of Antietam.
1901: Vice President Theodore Roosevelt is sworn in as the 26th President of the United States upon the death of William McKinley, who was shot eight days earlier.Teddy Roosevelt returned to the West as a young man.