Court consolidation plan misrepresents the public

If your neighbor has to declare bankruptcy, should you have to assume his or her debt? Or maybe you should refinance your house and include your neighbor’s mortgage in your new payment. Well in essence, that’s what the Genesee County Board of Commissioners is asking us all to do. The commission voted this week to move ahead with a plan […]

Kidney Cancer support group to meet

FLINT. — The Kidney Cancer Support Group will meet April 22 at 1:30 p.m. at Genesys Hurley Cancer Institute, 302 Kensington Ave. **Jo Campbell, Alzheimer’s Assn. of Michigan will speak on “Conversations About Dementia for Caregivers.”  The event is open to the general public.  Details: Call 810-232-8233 or email frankfriedman8311@yahoo.com

Don Pablos restaurant closes doors

FLINT TWP. — Within five minutes on Sunday, a steady trickle of cars entered the empty parking lot at Don Pablos restaurant off Miller Road, then made a slow u-turn to leave. Either they were unaware of the bad news or seeing for themselves that the long-time Mexican restaurant at 3145 Miller Road has permanently closed. There was no fire […]

Signs by Crannie moves into new building

FLINT TWP. — Signs by Crannie has begun the move to its new building at 4145 Market Place – 30 years after the business was started. The recently renovated 52,000 square foot building, across from Bishop Airport, represents the continued expansion of the company started in April 1985 by Dan Crannie, owner and founder, whose business outgrew its previous three […]

In brief

RE/MAX agent earns sales production award DAVISON — Bethany Brokaw, with RE/ MAX Select, has qualified for the RE/MAX 100 percent Club Award for 2014, which honors successful agents who have earned at least $100,000 in commissions in the past year. In 2014, less than 23 percent of all RE/ MAX Affiliates earned this prestigious award. Bethany has been an […]

April is Autism is Awareness Month: A closer look at disorder

A child is diagnosed with autism every 20 minutes in the United States. The numbers are staggering. The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) reports that one in 68 children will be diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder (ASD). Of course, we’re not talking about “numbers” and statistics — we’re talking about hundreds and thousands of children and adults in our communities […]

Macy’s fashion show to benefit local youth

FLINT TWP. — With the news that Macy’s-Flint will become a new district office for the chain, is an announcement that the Genesee Valley Center store has partnered with Rollic Group (Flint Town Get Down) to host a Spring Preview Event at 4 p.m. on Sunday, April 19 on the second floor of the mall department store, according to a […]

In brief

Dine out tonight and support a worthy cause FLINT TWP. — Diners at Leo’s Coney Island on Miller Road tonight, April 16, from 4-8 p.m. will benefit a free Ryan Bellows Bluegrass Bazaar to be held June 6 at Kearsley Park this spring. Leo’s is one of the sponsors of the event and will contribute 15 percent of proceeds from […]

Board supports Law Day

FLINT TWP. — The Township Board has adopted a proclamation supporting the annual Law Day observance sponsored by the Genesee County Bar Association. Each year on May 1, Law Day is set aside by bar associations nationwide to educate the community about the rule of law and its role in preserving freedom, according to a letter to the township board […]

Carman-Ainsworth baseball wins two over rival Powers

FLINT — Even though defense was an issue for both sides, the Carman-Ainsworth varsity baseball team was still able to swipe the first game of a Saginaw Valley League doubleheader from Powers at Broome Park on Monday. Carman-Ainsworth won 15-6 in 10 innings. The turning point came when the Cavs scored nine runs in the top of the 10th as […]