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Keeping the “riffraff” out isn’t so easy

I recently came across a travel article about Mackinac Island and, as it has been a few years since my family and I have visited “The Island,” it piqued my interest. More...

Living

Volunteers tackle clean up at new PAWS facility

FLINT TOWNSHIP – The weeds were four feet high, growing through old tires and mounds of cinderblocks from collapsed buildings. Rain fell on a broken windshield and the rusted shells of three ancient pop-up campers. More...

Cool for School

Kearsley ready to open its doors Sept. 8

BURTON -- With the summer insect staccato slowing morphing into the familiar seasonal tune of lurching school buses, tardy bells, and the group girl talk that never goes out of style, the new school year is upon us. More...

In brief

Kidney Cancer Support group to meet More...

Business

Autumnal Aura Party at psychic reading center

BURTON -- This month marks New Beginnings Psychic Reading Center’s third anniversary and perhaps there is no better time of year to delve into the magic, mystery, and festive glory of personal and shared experience of a deeper than daily origin More...

Financial Plus Credit Union Hosts ninth Annual Pink Night event

FLINT – Financial Plus Credit Union will kick off the 9th annual Pink Night event, a Making Strides Against Breast Cancer Fundraiser, on Oct. 1 from 5-11 p.m. at Blackstone’s Pub & Grill More...

In brief

Security CU sponsors Bikes on the Bricks FLINT– The motoring fun continues this summer as Flint-based Security Credit Union (SCU) sponsors the ninth annual Bikes on the Bricks motorcycle show and police riding competition in downtown Flint, Se More...

Breaking News - 9:11 PM

Kearsley vs Goodrich football under weather delay

Halftime score Goodrich 20, Kearsley 0

Thursday, September 3, 2015, 9 p.m. UPDATE -- BURTON -- The Kearsley varsity football game against Goodrich was postponed to 8 p.m. because of storms in the area. Halftime score Goodrich 20, Kearsley 0 More...

Project Heat’s On! Back again

BURTON- With fall approaching quickly volunteer team members for Project Heat’s On are excited and ready to start looking through program applications already submitted and continuing to flow in by low-income area residents in need of a helping More...

Sports Update

Bendle volleyball to host Bentley

Kearsley soccer shuts out LakeVille

   Thursday, September 3, 2015 - 10:01 a.m.  — BURTON — The Bendle varsity volleyball team will host Bentley on Sept. Full Story


News

Trooper Wolf commemorated in Fenton

FENTON — Trooper Chad H. Wolf on patrol Aug. More...

Kildee issues statement on four-year anniversary of Amir Hekmati’s Imprisonment in Iran

WASHINGTON D.C. — Congressman Dan Kildee (MI-05) recently issued the following statement, marking the four-year anniversary of Amir Hekmati’s imprisonment in Iran, Sept. 2. More...

Fundraiser planned for baby with cancer

DAVISON – A fundraiser will be held for Oz Michael on Aug. 27 at Leo’s Coney Island in Davison from 4-8 p.m. Oz turned 1 in Aug. 6 and has been fighting Stage 3 liver cancer for five months. More...

Scene

Hot Tickets

Concerts coming up at The Machine Shop FLINT —The Machine Shop, 3539 S. Dort Hwy., Flint will feature Jon Pardi, Sept. 10, with special guests Matt Austin and Audrey Ray. Tickets are $20 in advance. Ironsnake will perform Sept. 11. More...

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FORD EXPLORER GOES PLATINUM

NEW MODEL GIVES ICONIC SUV ULTIMATE COMBINATION OF COMFORT, PERFORMANCE

The vehicle that gave us room to roam reminds us that there is always room to grow and #ExploreMore. More...

Sports

Hornets win close game

FLINT — The defense was tight on Monday at home against Owosso, allowing Brevin Dias’ goal with two minutes remaining in the first half to be the difference in the Hornets’ 1-0 victory. More...

Kearsley sweeps Bendle in three sets in volleyball

FLINT — Kearsley beat Bendle 25-19, 25-10, 25-12 Tuesday. Kayla Meyer had seven aces, five kills, 12 digs and seven assists. Sidney Wagner added nine assists and four digs. Chloe Jankowski chipped in 18 digs. More...

HIGH SCHOOL GRIDIRON

KEARSLEY 67149—36FLINTSWA 06 00—61st QuarterTommy Plunkey to Tony Jones for a 55-yardtouchdown (Two-point attempt by Plunkey Nogood)2nd Quarter More...

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