FYT Drama School to hold classes Sept. 24

FLINT — Students can build on their passion for theatre with Fall Acting Classes at Flint Youth Theatre. Fall Acting Classes meet for eight sessions beginning Sept. 24 and are offered for students age two through grade 12. Class fees range from $70 to $95. Registration and information are available by calling 810-237-1530. Registrations are also accepted in person at […]

A day to remember those who died, served

FLINT TWP. — As the nation observed the 12th anniversary of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks, students, staff and volunteers at Davenport University spent the day in a special recognition to honor service men and women and the victims of Sept. 11. George Botello of Lapeer, a Davenport student in Health Claims Management, was among military veterans participating in the […]

In brief

Literacy coalition to hold tutor training GENESEE COUNTY — Some adults in the community could use assistance with their literacy skills. Would you like to help an adult to read, learn English as a Second Language or finish the GED process? Genesee County Literacy Coalition will be having a tutor training. Training is held in two sessions, Sept. 28 and […]

Hot Tickets

Concerts coming up at The Machine Shop FLINT — The Machine Shop, 3539 S. Dort Hwy., Flint, will present Anathema Alcest with special guests Mamiffer, Sept. 19. Tickets are $12 in advance. Saxon’s “Sacrifice and Sin Tour” with special guests Fozzy and Halcyon’s Way, will be at The Machine Shop on Sept. 20. Tickets are $25 in advance. Cash O’Riley […]

Party over here

Most of last weekend’s Bikes on the Bricks activities took place in downtown Flint but Flint Township’s Vehicle City Harley Davidson dealership joined in the fun by hosting a kick-off party Friday night with balloons flying, bands playing and other fun stuff to do on its spacious campus on Austins Parkway. Vehicle City also serves as the launch pad for […]

Baker College named ‘military friendly’ school

FLINT — Baker College Online officials announced that it has been named a 2014 Military Friendly School® by G.I. Jobs magazine. This the fourth consecutive year that the online college has been included in the G.I. Jobs list of military friendly schools. “We place a high priority on delivering the best educational experience for America’s veterans and military students,” said […]

CA board applauds accelerated students

AGO is a go for high schoolers to graduate early

FLINT TWP. — More students are earning college credits while still in high school and one group at Carman-Ainsworth High School is willing to give up summer vacations to do so. Eight current sophomores who did that were lauded for their efforts by the school board at its Tuesday night meeting. During the summer, the students participated in the inaugural […]

Cavs fall to state champion Warriors

FLINT TWP. — Carman-Ainsworth absorbed its first football loss of the season last Friday, but the Cavaliers might be better off for the experience in the long run. The Cavs bowed to Bloomfield Hills Brother Rice, 31-6, in a non-league game at home, but they got a first-hand look at a state championship-caliber program. Brother Rice has won the last […]

Door-to-door sales OK’d

FLINT TWP. — Door to door sales permits continue to be an issue at township board meetings but moved toward a resolution Monday night. The board voted unanimously to establish a three-person committee to review and revise the township’s peddling ordinance. Clerk Kim Courts, Treasurer Marsha Binelli and Trustee Frank Kasle will serve on the committee. This action came after […]

Cavs drop Valley soccer opener

FLUSHING — Carman-Ainsworth held a one-goal lead in the second half, but ultimately fell to Flushing, 4-2, in a Saginaw Valley League-South Divison game Monday at Flushing. The game was tied at halftime, 1-1, after Flushing scored on a penalty kick and Leon Bell scored for Carman-Ainsworth on an assist from Tyler Springer. The Cavaliers went up, 2-1, about 10 […]