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December 18, 2014 RSS feed / Front Page

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News

Planned Parenthood: Nearly a century of controversial compassion

BURTON — Planned Parenthood has often been labeled as a place where irresponsible teen girls race to get one or several get -out -of jail -free cards after nights of assumed reckless behavior. More...

Road trip through the seasons: BACK TO THE BRICKS

GENESEE COUNTY — The grand celebration of Back to the Bricks in its’ supreme frenzy seemingly just left town but for vehicle enthusiasts, the related fun never ends. More...

YouthQuest receives $10K for STEM education

FLINT —The Flint & Genesee Chamber of Commerce YouthQuest program received a $10,300 donation to support its STEM curriculum during a recent event at Holmes STEM Academy in Flint. More...

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Hot Tickets

Concerts coming up at The Machine Shop FLINT —The Machine Shop, 3539 S. Dort Hwy., Flint will feature Mushroomhead, with special guests Erhima, Unsaid Fate and Thira, Dec. 19. Tickets are $18 in advance. More...

Business

Burton’s Planet Fitness adds $1M in expansion, technology

BURTON — With recent renovation and technology additions exceeding $1 million Planet Fitness recently reopened after a one week hiatus, with an enhanced level of public access to state-ofthe art gym space. More...

In brief

McLaren Breast Program approved by the NAPBC More...

Teen and family lose home to fire

BURTON — A family home fire incident always proves to be tragic, especially around the holidays. The loss leads to excessive worry, depression, and losses beyond the material. More...

Sports Update

KBH hockey beats Swartz Creek/Clio

   Wednesday, Dec. 17, 2014, 11 p.m. -- FLINT -- The KBH United hockey team beat Swartz Creek/Clio 7-4 tonight at Perani Arena. Swartz Creek faces Lapeer at the Polar Palace Saturday at 5:45 p.m.  Full Story


News Briefs

In brief

VFW offering pasties BURTON — The Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 2777, 2260 Belsay Rd., will hold pastie sales Monday-Friday weekly Pasties from 10:30 a.m-4 p.m. Details: Call 810- 743- 4138. — G.G. Chorus rehearsing for performance More...

Viewpoint

A little ditty about personalized plates

A freelance photographer who frequently shoots for our sports department recently sent me photos of Mini Coopers from around the country and some of the unusual and unique personalized license plates found on them. More...

Living

New Beginnings fair planned for Dec. 27

BURTON -- Young Christopher Z. Paris grew up in a Catholic family that blended faith with prophetic visions of a metaphysical nature. More...

In brief

Traveling art show fights stigma of mental illness FLINT — Genesee Health Center will be hosting the 3rd Michigan Association of Community Mental Health Boards’ (MACMHB) statewide traveling art show, “Creative Minds Changing Minds, More...

The FSO presents Holiday Pops

FLINT — The festive season brings us the uplifting concert, Holiday Pops, featuring the Flint Symphony Orchestra. This musical extravaganza is replete with performances of your favorite carols and holiday classics. More...

Sports

Hornets fall to defending Metro Champs

HOLLY — The Hornets fell to the defending Flint Metro League champions 54-44, at Holly on Tuesday. Jalen Gallery tossed in 14 points while Deitrick Young and Anton Webster each scored seven. More...

Lady Hornets downed by Holly

BURTON — The Hornets fell behind 11-4 after one and dropped a 41-33 decision to Holly Tuesday. Kearsley trailed 20-14 at the half and 32-16 after three. Diane Bond had 19 points for the Hornets. Brandi Morgan chipped in eight. More...

KBH knocks off Alliance

FLINT — KBH scored at least one goal in every period en route to a 5-1 win over the Alliance Friday. Goals by Kross Kenny from Evan Flood and Shawn Larsen and another tally by Larsen from Flood and Kenny made it 2-1 after one. More...

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