2016-12-29

Police chief looking to hire more officers




FLINT TWP. — in an update to the township board about his ongoing quest to hire more police officers, Police Chief George Sippert said that he hopes to bring the names of two more candidates to the January meeting, then two more in February. The department currently has seven open positions. Twenty applicants responded to a recent round of job […]

Hot Tickets



Concerts coming up at The Machine Shop FLINT —The Machine Shop, 3539 S. Dort Hwy., Flint, presents The Greatest New Year’s Eve Masquerade Ball in the Universe. With performances by Ironsnake, Dec. 31. Tickets are $10 in advance. Toolology, a Tribute to Tool, and also a Tribute to Rage Against the Machine, will perform, Jan. 6. Tickets are $10 in […]

County law enforcement join together to honor vets



FLINT TWP. — Under the leadership of Commander Thomas Kish at the Michigan State Police – Flint Post, several local law enforcement partners joined together to assist with the 2016 Wreaths Across America event at the Great Lakes National Cemetery in Holly on Saturday, Dec. 17, according to a press release. When Genesee County Walmart stores reached out for assistance […]

Legacy Officials program looks to mentor next generation of referees




HARTLAND – Michigan, not unlike most other states across the nation, is struggling with a shortage of officials for junior high and high school sports. Steve Tannar, the Kensington Lakes Activities Association assigner says locally that Michigan High School Athletic Association registered officials are down by one third. Looking to stem the tide, the MHSAA is reaching out to high […]