Crusin’ Flag City set to return June 4

DAVISON — Classic cars will return to Main Street in downtown Davison starting June 4 as the Friday night Cruisin’ Flag City Car Cruises resume after taking much of 2020 off due to the COVID—19 pandemic. Cars will be back on the streets from 6—8 p.m. Friday nights through Aug. 27. Organized and operated by the Davison Downtown Development Authority, […]

Davison Adopt A Senior 2021 needs your help!

DAVISON — If you know any Davison High School Seniors (DHS and DAE), please make sure they know about the Adopt A Senior program. The Davison Adopt A Senior 2021 Facebook page is where the group is introducing the DHS 2021 Seniors. The post typically includes a photo of the Senior, some information about their time in Davison schools, and […]

DCS to hold community forum on employing those with disabilities

DAVISON — What would the community look like if it were inclusive of those with disabilities? That’s what Davison Community Schools hopes to find out when it holds its second Community Conversation later this month. The community panel will be live-streamed on DTV’s YouTube channel from 5-7 p.m. on Wednesday, May 19, and officials said it is designed to help […]

Apartment complex developer withdraws rezoning request

DAVISON TWP. — The future of a 127-plus unit apartment development is in question after the company withdrew its rezoning request for property on Davison Road. Ohio-based Redwood Living, LLC went before the planning commission April 14 to request the rezoning of 39.43 acres on Davison Road from RU-1 (residential urban) to RM-1 (residential multiple low-density), which would have allowed […]

Fire Department introduces newest firefighter

The Flushing Fire Department introduced its newest firefighter with a swearing-in ceremony on Monday. Sam Borowicz (right) took the oath of office from Flushing Fire Chief James Michael and received his badge. Borowicz is the fifth new firefighter hired by the department since last fall.

City Council seeks solutions from Emterra for recycling pick-up delays

FLUSHING — Flushing City officials are pressing Emterra Environmental USA to come up with a solution to recent delays with recycling pick-up in the city. On April 30, Emterra notified the city that it would be cancelling its curbside pick-up of recyclable items on May 3 and May 4. Emterra attributed the suspension of service to COVID-19 quarantines of staff […]

Art in the Park returns on June 5

FLUSHING — If it’s spring in Flushing, then it is time for the GFWC Flushing Women’s Club annual Art in the Park. Mark your calendars for Saturday, June 5 and come to our beautiful Riverview Park located off Main Street in Flushing. Our show will run from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. As you stroll the aisles, you will find […]

Flushing teachers design dinosaur themed board games

FLUSHING — Flushing High School teachers David McGregor and Marissa Misura have turned their love of board games into a creative venture packed with dinosaurs, theme parks and Jurassic-sized thrills for the whole family. McGregor, an FHS English teacher, and Misura, an FHS math teacher, recently co-designed Dinosaur World and Dinosaur Island: Rawr ‘n Write—a pair of strategy board games […]

City administration projects $4.8 million budget surplus

BURTON — At the city council’s first 2021-22 budget workshop on May 3, officials projected Burton will have a $4.8 million general fund balance by the end of the coming fiscal year. Mayor Duane Haskins told the council at the workshop he was proud to announce the city would put growth back into the general fund to the sum of […]

MCC student earns top honors at 2021 NATAS-MI Awards

FLINT — Recent Mott Community College (MCC) Media Arts & Entertainment alumnus Markeice Patrick won a National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences Michigan (NATAS-MI) Student Production Award for Best Director April 25 for his Non-Fiction video titled Pandemic Diaries: Parenthood. “This is an amazing achievement as Markeice completed this film last spring while campus was shut down during the […]