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IMA Winter Bridal Show looking for vendors BURTON — The IMA’s Winter Bridal Show will unveil many of these hot new trends with the area’s top wedding professionals on Jan. 4 from 11 a.m.-4 p.m. at IMA Brookwood Banquet Center, 6045 Davison Rd. Brides and their friends and family can experience a great selection of merchants available for their special […]

Impending demolition of Towers stirs memories

A s a kid I was a country boy. Born and raised in the Davison area we lived in the middle of more than 70 acres of farm land, most of which is developed today. A trip into the city of Flint was a big deal back then and seeing buildings that were 18 or 19 stories was something that […]

Middle school students prepare for the future

FLINT TWP. — A College Fair was part of the High School and Beyond presentation last week at Carman-Ainsworth Middle School. The annual event is designed to help eighth-graders and their parents to begin planning for high school and after graduation whether attending college, learning a trade or seeking other livelihoods. Presenters were Debbie Davis, C-A data tech coordinator, Karen […]

Bhrany named chief of staff at McLaren Flint

FLINT — Devinder Bhrany, MD, has been elected to the position of Chief of Staff at McLaren Flint. He succeeds Jagdish Bhagat, MD, who served a total of 16 years as Chief of Staff. Bhrany, a board certified neurologist, joined the McLaren medical staff in February 1975. During his tenure at McLaren, he has served in several positions of leadership […]

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. The Flint Symphony Orchestra and Conductor Enrique Diemecke present Holiday Pops, a display of delightful and festive musicality for all to enjoy at 7 p.m., Dec. 21 and at […]

In brief

Genesee Towers implosion still set for Dec. 22 FLINT —The demolition of Genesee Towers, Flint’s tallest building, is scheduled to take place Dec. 22 at 10 a.m. The 19-story building will be blasted using an implosion process designed to allow the building to collapse within its own footprint. The demolition of Genesee Towers is a significant first step in making […]

Hot Tickets

Concerts coming up at The Machine Shop FLINT — The Machine Shop, 3539 S. Dort Hwy., Flint will feature the first Battle Christmas with Battlecross and special guests Wilson, Wulfhook and It Lies Within on Dec. 20. Tickets are $12 in advance. The annual Mushroomhead Christmas Concert is Dec. 21, with One Eyed Doll, Ionia and Unsaid Fate. Tickets are […]

Lady Cavaliers start fast in SVL-South

FLINT TWP. — Carman-Ainsworth girls’ basketball is off to a 2-0 start in the Saginaw Valley League-South, including a huge early win against Flushing last week. The Lady Cavaliers beat the Raiders, 44-42, last Friday to open SVL play, then whipped Flint Northwestern, 64-37, Tuesday night. Carman-Ainsworth, 5-1 overall, is emerging as a leading contender in the league and will […]

Cavalier’s boys hoops dismiss familiar faces

FLINT — The Saginaw Valley League’s South division features a gauntlet of challenges that run directly through the city of Flint. Currently, Carman-Ainsworth seems to be the king of this hill after winning 64-37 at Flint Northwestern. The difference in the contest was the Cavs outscoring Northwestern, 28-14 in the second, after swiping a 13-7 lead in the first. Carman- […]


SWIM AND DIVE The Cavaliers knocked off Swartz Creek at home on Tuesday, 98-77, before they traveled to Bay City Western on Friday for a triangular with the host Warriors as well as Midland. The Cavaliers went on to trounce both of their Saginaw Valley League rivals, topping Bay City Western, 105-78 and topping Midland, 93-92. Tyler Pangerl, David Burkhardt, […]