St. Paul Lutheran Church and School, McLaren Flint partner for free health fair

FLINT TWP. — The community is invited to a free Family Fun and Health Fair on Saturday, October 1 on the grounds of St. Paul Lutheran Church, 402 S. Ballenger Hwy., Flint, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. rain or shine. Activities will include kid’s games, balloon animals, face painting, music and a bounce house, according to a press release. […]

Tahoe and Suburban are the latest Chevrolet vehicles to receive the Midnight Edition treatment for 2017

Chevrolet is expanding its popular specialty models to include Midnight Editions of its segment-defining Tahoe and Suburban full-size SUVs. With years of heritage to build on, Chevrolet continues to forge ahead in sales and share with these two storied full-size SUV entries. Tahoe retail sales are currently up 18 percent compared to 2015, while Suburban sales are up 30 percent […]

Fight for Flint will bring boxing legends to Flint for charity event

FLINT — Throughout the years, Flint has had to fight for its honor, for its integrity, for its livelihood. It’s a city built on struggle, labor and hard work. And no matter the circumstances, whether it’s the collapse of the auto industry that once sustained the entire city or the recent water crisis, Flint will always strive to come out […]

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C-A-Baker Academy moved and improved

FLINT TWP. — The Carman- Ainsworth-Baker Career Academy has a new name and a new home. The school has moved into a newly renovated, 13,800-square-foot building, located on Baker College’s Flint campus. It was previously housed at the former Carman Park Elementary School located nearby on VanCampen Road and was then called Carman-Park-Baker Academy. The academy is a high school/early […]

Where transportation is headed

Imagine that you are making a 3 a.m. run to Meijer or some other all-night store and as you are driving along the deserted expressway, you glance over at the only other car on the road and there is no one behind the wheel. Cue spooky music. No this is not a scene from the “Twilight Zone” but a very […]

Halo Burger donates to Food Bank

President of the Food Bank of Eastern Michigan (FBEM) Bill Kerr, (left), accepts a check from Daniel Stern, one of the owners of Halo Burger, a Michigan-owned fast food chain based in Genesee County. FBEM hosted a press conference on Monday, Sept. 26 at Charity United Methodist Church to thank participants and to help spread awareness about FBEM’s joint effort […]

Renovated Baker College residence hall designed to enhance student experience

FLINT TWP. — Baker Hall East, a 35-suite residence hall on Baker College’s Flint campus, underwent an extensive facelift over the summer and was ready in time to welcome students for fall quarter, which began Monday, Sept. 26. “Our goal is to update and refresh our on-campus residence halls to create a modern environment conducive to learning,” said Wen Hemingway, […]

In brief

Sales, Use Tax Recovery Seminar for manufacturers FLINT — The Michigan Small Business Development Center regional office located in Flint will be hosting a Sales & Use Tax Recovery Information Seminar on October 6th, 1:00-4:00pm at Kettering University in the Campus Center, Room A. Presented in partnership with National Auditing Services, this seminar is designed for businesses (primarily manufacturers) to […]

Hot Tickets

Concerts coming up at The Machine Shop FLINT —The Machine Shop, 3539 S. Dort Hwy., Flint, presents Skindred, with special guests Hed PE, Soil and Media Solution, Sept. 29. Tickets are $20 in advance. Dope, with special guests Flaw and Moongrater, will perform Oct. 1. Tickets are $18 in advance. Doors open for all shows at 7 p.m. Tickets are […]

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