2019-07-25 E-Edition

Work wrapping up on relocation of entrance to township offices

FLINT TWP. — Work on the relocation of the entryway to Flint Township Municipal Building is expected to take place soon after the township board accepted the low bid for the work earlier in July. The bids were let in two, with the first part being the relocation of the entrance driveway and the second being repair of the existing […]

National Night Out is coming up Aug. 6

FLINT TWP. — The Flint Township Police Department will host its annual National Night Out as part of a nationwide effort to promote partnerships between first responders and the community and to encourage neighborhood camaraderie. The event will be Aug. 6 from 4:30-8 p.m. at the police department, 5200 Norko Drive in Flint Township. Now in its 36th year, National […]

Three Flint men charged in conspiracy to rob Sanilac County marijuana grow operation

FLINT — An indictment was unsealed Monday charging three Flint men with conspiring to rob a Sanilac County marijuana grow operation, announced U.S. Attorney Matthew Schneider. Joining Schneider in the announcement was Federal Bureau of Investigation Special Agent in Charge Timothy R. Slater. Named in the federal indictment are: Paul M. Drinkwine, Justin D. Cooper and John C. Williams. The […]

Board approves funds to outfit new Tahoe

FLINT TWP.— The Flint Township Board of Trustees recently approved spending $7,356.70 to outfit a new Chevrolet Tahoe with lighting, siren and radio for emergency operations for the Flint Township Fire Department. The board approved buying the 2019 Chevrolet Tahoe 4WD Special Services Command Vehicle at its March 18 meeting. The vehicle was purchased from Hank Graff Chevrolet at a […]

Former Flushing police officer, ex-Oakley police chief sentenced for fraud

BAY CITY — Robert Reznick, an ex-police chief of the Village of Oakley and a former Flushing City police officer, is heading to prison for orchestrating an elaborate fraud scheme. Reznick, 60, was sentenced by a federal judge last Thursday to 366 days behind bars for wire fraud and tax fraud crimes he committed as the Oakley police chief. He […]

In brief

Diabetes workshop series starting in Flint in August FLINT — Are you living with diabetes? Learn how to live a healthier life and take better care of yourself! People with diabetes and their loved ones can learn to manage diabetes in a six-week workshop, offered at no cost to you. The National Kidney Foundation of Michigan (NKFM) is hosting the […]

Genesee Health Plan and YMCA of Greater Flint offer safe swimming tips

FLINT – July is historically the hottest month of the year in Michigan and many Genesee County families are staying cool at pools or visiting a variety of area lakes. The Genesee Health Plan(GHP) and YMCA of Greater Flint encourage children, adults and families to follow swimming safety measures to reduce risk of drownings and swimming-related emergencies. “A swimming emergency […]

Residents acquire home health care agency, opens Flint office

DEARBORN — Cleamon Moorer Jr. DBA and his wife, Nicole Willis- Moorer, are the new owners of American Advantage Home Care Inc., a full-service home health care agency that provides skilled medical care 24/7 for adults of all ages. The Moorers, of Grand Blanc, purchased the seven-year-old agency through the Moorers’ Partners in Wellness Management LLC, a holding company established […]

American Heart Association Award recognizes McLaren Flint’s commitment to quality stroke care

FLINT — McLaren Flint, Genesee County’s first comprehensive stroke center, has received the American Heart Association/American Stroke Association’s Get With The Guidelines® Target: Stroke Honor Roll Elite Plus Gold Plus Quality Achievement Award. The award recognizes the hospital’s commitment to ensuring stroke patients receive the most appropriate treatment according to nationally recognized, research-based guidelines based on the latest scientific evidence. […]