Expansion underway of county 911 operations

FLINT TWP. — The Genesee County 911 Communications Center on Corunna Road, which also houses a Michigan State Police Post, is being expanded to make room for the addition of City of Flint 911 operations. Construction started in late fall and is expected to be finished by the end of March with all operations up and running by July 1, […]

Bon Voyage

CAHS group going to Paris

FLINT TWP. — Travel to Paris, France still is considered safe in the aftermath of a recent spate of terrorist’s attacks. As of now, no travel alerts or warnings are in effect from the U.S. Dept. of State Bureau of Consular Affairs. That’s good news for a small group of Carman- Ainsworth High School students and teachers who are looking […]

Township board pondering millage renewal proposals

FLINT TWP. — Voters will likely be asked to approve two millage renewals this year. Proposed language for a 10-year road millage renewal and a five-year fire equipment renewal were on the township board’s Monday agenda but deleted to allow more discussion time. Also Trustee Frank Kasle was absent from the meeting and needs to be part of the discussion, […]

Teen hearts screened

FLINT TWP. — Only two heart abnormalities were detected among about 200 young people who attended a Hurley Children’s Hospital Teen Health Check on Saturday at Carman- Ainsworth Middle School. Even better news was no evidence of hypertrophic cardiomyopathy, one of the leading causes of sudden death in young athletes. The free health screenings are held periodically at various locations […]

In brief

Come see Robotics Showcase at CAMS FLINT TWP. — Since December, students at Carman-Ainsworth Middle School have been learning about robotics and automation in a program presented by STEMNETICS. They will show off their work in a robotics showcase and competition from 3:15- 4:30 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 22 at CAMS, 1409 West Maple Avenue. — R.S. Baker College- Flint hosting […]

Osaka Buffet now open on Miller Road

FLINT TWP. — New and improved is the word for Osaka Buffet which opened January 15 at G-3583 Miller Road, in the Genesee Crossing Shopping Center, after several months of interior renovation. The Flint & Genesee Chamber of Commerce is set to welcome the new business with a ribbon-cutting ceremony at 11 a.m. on Thursday, January 29. Frequent diners will […]

Yeo & Yeo promotes Brown, Evrard

FLINT TWP. — Yeo & Yeo CPAs & Business Consultants is pleased to announce the promotion of two associates in the firm’s Flint office. Kristy Brown, CPA, has been promoted to senior manager. Brown provides tax planning and preparation services, and business consulting services, with an emphasis on healthcare, construction and manufacturing companies. She is a member of the firm’s […]

2014 SEE contest winners named

FLINT — When Aaron Burden of Flint accepted the challenge to photograph his view of Flint & Genesee, he hit the ground – literally – and it paid off. Burden’s photo “Autumn Leaves” is the first-place winner of the Flint & Genesee Chamber of Commerce 2014 SEE Photography Contest. The photo was taken from ground level at Sunset Hills in […]

MLK Day of Service draws diverse crowd to Davenport U

FLINT TWP. — Jim Stewart, of Flint, a Vietnam veteran, and Donnell Underwood, a sixth grader at Carman- Ainsworth’s Randels Elementary School met for the first time on Monday. They sat together at the table of brotherhood to make paracord survival bracelets as part of the 2015 MLK Jr. National Day of Service at Davenport University. “I am glad to […]

In brief

Videotopia coming to Sloan Museum FLINT — Actually play the classic video games you know and love, just like in an arcade! Pac-Man, Donkey Kong, and Q*Bert are just few of the names of the more than 70 games that are coming to Sloan Museum. VIDEOTOPIA, at the Sloan Museum Jan. 24-May 10, is the only accurate exploration of the […]