Food Bank of Eastern Michigan kicks off Annual Holiday Campaign

The Hunger Solution Center hosted the Food Bank of Eastern Michigan’s community partners and local hunger-relief agencies last Wednesday morning to launch this year’s Annual Holiday Campaign to help feed those in need. Attending the kick off were various media partners, such as the View Newspaper Group, in addition to representatives from Kroger, VG’s, SpartanNash and the Flint Firebirds, including […]

Cavaliers gear up for volleyball districts

FLUSHING – The Carman- Ainsworth volleyball team begins the Class A District 9 playoffs on Monday. The entirety of the first round will be hosted by the higher seed with the semifinals and district championship played at Flushing. The Cavs, 10-21-5 on the season, will host Linden (3-4 Metro League) in the first round on Monday at 6 p.m. The […]

HAP to provide free in-home vision screenings for diabetic Medicare members

DETROIT – Health Alliance Plan is dedicated to helping its members combat diabetic retinopathy, which is a major cause of blindness. To fight this debilitating condition, HAP is offering mobile diabetic retinopathy screenings for its Medicare Advantage members that can be conducted in members’ homes. This specialized service, which is free for HAP Medicare Advantage members, makes it convenient for […]


CROSS COUNTRY The Cavaliers hosted the Bauman-Cavalier Classic on Friday, where the boys finished fourth out of four teams and the girls were third out of three. Ann Arbor Huron took first for the boys with 23, Lapeer was second with 64, Swartz Creek third with 74 and Carman-Ainsworth had 87. Swartz Creek girls took first with 21, Lapeer second […]

Hurley Foundation receives $240K in grants to support Video Interaction Project

FLINT – Hurley Medical Center, in partnership with NYU Langone Health and Michigan State University’s Pediatric Public Health Initiative (PPHI), has launched the Video Interaction Project (VIP) at Hurley Children’s Clinic in Flint, 300 E. 1st St. VIP is an evidence-based parenting program that uses pediatric health care, videotaping and developmentally appropriate toys, books and resources to help parents engage […]


ZR2 Midnight And Dusk Editions Expand Choices In 2018 Chevrolet Colorado Lineup

As the brand celebrates 100 years of building trucks, Chevrolet is expanding its midsize truck lineup with Colorado ZR2 Midnight Edition and Dusk Edition models. As the brand celebrates 100 years of building trucks, Chevrolet is expanding its midsize truck lineup with Colorado ZR2 Midnight Edition and Dusk Edition models. They were shown ahead of their public debut at the […]

In brief

HAP hosting free Health Fair at Flint Farmers’ Market FLINT – Health Alliance Plan (HAP) is working to keep Flint area residents well with the Fit for Fall Health Fair from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 28, at the Flint Farmers’ Market in downtown Flint. It will offer residents free flu shots, health insurance advice, health screenings […]

Carman-Ainsworth cross country falls short of state finals

Saturday, October 28, 2017, 3:30 p.m. – SAGINAW — The Carman-Ainsworth cross country teams failed to advance to the state finals today after falling short at the Div. 1 regionals. The Cavaliers boys were 12th overall with 377 and the girls with 13th with 403. Neither team saw any individuals qualify for state finals. For full high school sports coverage in […]

Misinformation hurts our freedoms

Back in the day, I occasionally heard about how “our freedoms are being taken away”—mostly in reference to someone not wanting to provide a service to someone who’s lifestyle they disagreed with. I attended elementary school in California where students were required to pass a test on the U.S. Constitution before graduating 8th grade, which helped me understand those claims […]

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