2017-12-07

HAP extends office hours to help Medicare Beneficiaries meet enrollment deadline



DETROIT – Time is running out for Medicare beneficiaries to enroll, upgrade or renew their current Medicare plan. Individuals 65 and over only have until next Thursday, Dec. 7, to sign up for a health insurance plan that starts on Jan. 1. To aid the effort, HAP is extending hours at its Flint and Southfield office locations from 8 a.m. […]

McLaren announces new $450 million hospital in South Lansing, will broaden work with MSU



LANSING – McLaren Health Care today announced it will consolidate its two current Lansing hospital facilities into a new $450 million campus adjacent to Michigan State University in South Lansing. Additionally, the health care system and MSU announced they will expand partnerships on research, education, and clinical services. “We intend to redesign the traditional hospital and ambulatory care settings to […]

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GST Michigan Works! awards grants through Skilled Trades Training Fund MICHIGAN – Magna Electronics, of Grand Blanc was among 33 employers recently awarded grants totaling $719,283.60 through the Michigan Talent Investment Agency (TIA) Skilled Trades Training Fund (STTF) for short term, in-demand training to increase the quality and competitiveness of Michigan’s workforce, according to a recent announcement from Genesee-Shiawassee-Thumb Michigan […]

Hurley Children’s Hospital could now win a $60,000 in national online contest



FLINT – If Hurley Children’s Hospital finishes in first place in the Vote for Miracles Contest, Dr. Alan Klein, a pediatric dentist on staff at Hurley, will donate an additional $10,000 on behalf of the Sheppy Dog Fund, bringing the total contest winnings to $60,000. Now through Dec. 19th, go to www.voteformiracles.org to vote for Hurley every 24 hours. The […]

Christmas giving tree tradition continues at township hall




FLINT TWP. – ‘Tis the season for Christmas trees, gift giving and good will. Most trees are decorated with sparkly ornaments and lights but each year a special tree is erected at the township hall. Its branches are decked with colorful hats, scarves and gloves that have been lovingly handcrafted or purchased as gifts for children in the Carman-Ainsworth, Swartz […]

Success of last year’s Pink Night Palooza fundraiser raises hope to raise more next year




FLINT — The Hurley Foundation and Financial Plus Credit Union announced Dec. 1 during a press conference that $130,784.14 was raised for Hurley’s Breast Health Navigation Fund through the 2017 Pink Night Palooza event in October, and supporters of the event are gearing up for another successful event next year now! Hurley’s Breast Cancer Navigation Program is free service to […]

Township narrowly approves 2018 budget




FLINT TWP. – In a 4-3 vote, the township board passed a 2018 budget in which projected expenses exceed revenues by slightly more than one million dollars. The difference will be made up from a fund balance of $4,683,929 thereby decreasing the remaining fund balance to $3,677,383. No one spoke at a public hearing prior to the board’s vote. The […]

C-A rookie robotics team shines



FLINT TWP. — Rankin Elementary School’s first VEX IQ team, Lil’ MO’ Peeps, competed in their first tournament on Saturday, November 18 at Kettering University. The rookie team was able to make it into the finals and capture second place overall. They also won a trophy for their STEM Research Project. Pictured from left to right: Hunter, Laney, Preston, Wyatt, […]

Rotary selects November Students of the Month




FLINT TWP. — Rachel Gillespie, a 12th-grader at Carman-Ainsworth High School, have been selected as a Genesee Valley Rotary student of the month for November. Each month during the school year the Rotary selects two outstanding students nominated by their teachers, who become eligible to win a $1000 scholarship at the end of the year. Rachel was nominated by CAHS […]

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Firefighters manning Red Kettle drive FLINT TWP. — Look for the Flint Township Fire Fighters again this year for their Salvation Army Red Kettle Drive. They will be manning the kettles at the Wal-Mart Store on Corunna Road all day on December 9. — R.S. Support Robotics Team gift-wrapping FLINT TWP. — Big MO, the Carman- Ainsworth High School robotics […]


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