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October 23, 2014 RSS feed / Front Page

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Living

FIA awarded Welch Foundation grant

FLINT — The Flint Institute of Arts (FIA) Art School was awarded a $15,000 grant from the James A. Welch Foundation in support of the Pre-College Portfolio Development Program (PDP) for the 2014/2015 academic year. More...

In brief

Old Newsboys Christmas sign-up starts Nov. 3 More...

Business

Sweet Expansion: Tasty Layers Opens Workshop

BURTON — Gourmet cupcakes and creative cake decorating has become a social and media frenzy in recent years, delighting those with an insatiable sweet tooth and an eye for custom artwork in the form of edibles across the nation. More...

New 18,000-square-foot academic resource center for Baker College

FLINT – Baker College of Flint has unveiled its new Academic Resource Center (ARC) for students and faculty. The 18,000-square-foot remodeling project was completed for the start of fall classes that began Sept. 29. More...

Make WAY for Pizza Throwdown: School Hosts Public Taste Fest

BURTON — Faithway School welcomed new teacher Lisa Roark this year and with her arrival she incited excitement by suggesting a community fund raising event called Pizza Throwdown. More...

Sports Update

Kearsley nips Clio by point

   Friday, October 24, 2014, 10 p.m. - BURTON — Kearsley beat Clio 29-28 in its final football game of the season Friday night.FRIDAY SCORESBentley 22, LakeVille 20  Full Story


News

Calling Lil’ Monsters, All Ages

GENESEE COUNTY — The Halloween fun around town may be in places the least expected. The local libraries and The Flint Cultural Center both have creative events scheduled that add a little change of pace to the usual mix of October thrills. More...

Robertson, Walton vie for 14th District Senate seat

GENESEE COUNTY – State Sen. David B. Robertson (R-Grand Blanc) will be challenged for his 14th District seat by Democrat Bobbie C. Walton of Davison Township in the Nov. 4 general election. More...

Smiley, Withers compete for State Rep seat

GENESEE COUNTY – Incumbent State Rep. Charles Smiley (D-50th) will face challenger, Republican Craig Withers in the Nov. 4 general election. More...

Sports

Kearsley golfer 12th at state

EAST LANSING – Mackenzie Chappell closed a long and well-traveled high school golf career with a strong showing at the state tournament last weekend. More...

Soldiers lock up district title in shootout

BURTON — The Soldiers came into the district playoffs as the No. 6-ranked team in the state in Div. 4 and they knew that if they could get to the district title game then they would get a shot at the No. 1 team in Div. 4. More...

Local harriers set to toe the line at regionals

No. 2-1, Bay City Kearsley will take part in the cross country regional at Delta College Saturday. More...

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