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April 10, 2014 RSS feed / Front Page

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Living

The Whiting presents THE GIVER

FLINT – The Whiting is proud to present The American Place Theatre’s Literature to Life ® Presentation of THE GIVER as part of the Health Plus Education Series, on April 22 at 7 p.m. More...

In brief

The Point Church announces Easter plans More...

Slisher named new executive director of Sloan-Longway

FLINT - The Flint Cultural Center Corporation (FCCC) has announced the appointment of Todd K. Slisher as the new Executive Director of Buick Automotive Gallery,Longway Planetarium and Sloan Museum(Sloan*Longway) effective April 16. More...

Raising the Woof!

Courtland Center Animal Adoption Expo to Fill Mall

BURTON – More than 200 dogs, cats, and even a few reptiles will be visiting Courtland Center in May, looking for loving arms to take them home. More...

Sports Update

Kearsley tennis falls to Metro rival Fenton

   Wednesday, April 2, 2014, 7:45 p.m. - BURTON -- The Kearsley girls' tennis team fell to league rival Fenton on Tuesday, 8-0.  Full Story


News

West Side Story comes to Whiting

FLINT — West Side Story is coming to The Whiting April 18-19, and there are still a few tickets left for the public to witness the stage production of what is praised as one of the premier love stories of all time. More...

Brookwood to host Easter Brunch featuring the Easter Bunny

BURTON – Easter is right around the corner! Do you have plans to spend time with your family this year? If not, consider taking them to IMA Brookwood Golf & Banquet Center’s holiday Easter Brunch. More...

Sports

Kearsley hosts early bird relays

BURTON – March 28 proved to be the first almost warm day and Kearsley took full advantage hosting the Kearsley track and field relays that featured large and small schools. More...

Alumni hockey tourney returns to Lapeer

LAPEER — For the last four years, alumni of area high schools have gotten together to battle it out for the pride of their respective alma maters, and for the second straight year, the squads will battle it out at the Polar Palace Arena with a More...

BENDLE TIGERS

BASEBALL The Tigers return from a season that saw them finish around the .500 mark and place third in the Genesee Area Conference-Blue. Under three-year coach Jeff Haring, the Tigers look to become even more of a threat in the GAC-Blue. More...

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