2011-10-27

Vehicle City Harley begins expansion



FLINT TWP. —Construction is under way on a new warehouse for the Vehicle City Harley Davidson complex, 2408 Austin Parkway. The building will be added to the south side of the existing building, according to a site plan request, from Gary Gregoricka of Cella Investments of Owosso, approved by the township Planning Commission earlier this month. Three businesses including the […]

Did You Know?



While many in North America are aware of home price, some might be surprised to learn just how expensive the continent’s most expensive homes are. According to Forbes.com, the most expensive home in North America is in the ritzy resort town of Bridgehampton, NY, which is home to a 25,000 square-foot home valued at $75 million. The property includes 60 […]

Canoeing the Flint River




GENESEE COUNTY — On a chilly and windy Tuesday last week, river enthusiasts gathered to talk about a traditionally fair weather sport. Author and veteran paddler Jeff “Doc” Fletcher was on hand at Mott Community College’s Library to discuss canoeing and kayaking Michigan’s rivers and to even encourage people to take a boat trip down the Flint River. According to […]

Cavs storm back into football playoffs



ANN ARBOR — The state high school football playoffs begin this weekend, but Carman-Ainsworth has been in playoff mode for two weeks already. The Cavaliers had to win their last two games of the regular season to clinch their first postseason berth since 2006. They accomplished that with a 31-28 victory over Davison on Oct. 14 and a 38-7 romp […]

Rasnick joins staff of the View Newspapers



GENESEE COUNTY — Michelle Rasnick has joined the View Newspapers as a reporter. Rasnick returns to the View family of publications after several years, but she said she started out in broadcast journalism and interned at a news station in Detroit. She said she soon found out the interviews she did and stories she wrote weren’t sensationalized enough and had […]

Sports Shorts



UM-Flint hits skid after opener FLINT— Ever since their season opening win over Xavier, Carman-Ainsworth graduate Dwan Simmons and his University of Michigan-Flint Kodiaks club football team have hit a bit of a losing skid. The opening game, a 35-3 win, seemed quite dominant, however, the same results were not obtained on the road. The following week, the Kodiaks traveled […]

Hundreds of Genesee County women come together to support YWCA in empowering women



MUNDY TWP. — On Nov.16, 400 philanthropic-minded women from the Genesee County community will come together in support of the YWCA’s mission to eliminate racism and empower women at the 13th Annual Circle of Women luncheon. The Circle of Women is an inspirational event that expands the circle of YWCA donors, demonstrates how the YWCA impacts lives, and develops women […]

Cavs running into tough regional



UNIVERSITY CENTER — Carman- Ainsworth runners will need the race of their lives to extend their cross country season beyond this Saturday. The Cavaliers are entered in a rugged Div. 1 regional meet at Delta College, where only the top three teams and any individual in the top 15 not on those teams will advance to the state finals Nov. […]

Maynards moves its enduring style to new Flint Twp. location



FLINT TWP. — A fashion show featuring Maynards Fashions & Cosmetics will be one of the highlights at “No Boys Allowed,’’ a women’s expo coming Nov. 4-5, hosted by Women 2 Women Michigan magazine of Grand Blanc. “This will be our fourth event with them,’’ said Maynards owner Melodye Lee of Lennon, upholding the store’s history of supporting women’s events […]

Cavaliers look to take district title



OWOSSO — The Carman-Ainsworth volleyball team hopes to take the next step with one of the best players in the area in Kamrin Gold and win a district title. The senior begins her last chance at a title as the Cavs were not able to wrestle a Big Nine title away from Flushing the last four years. The Cavs will […]