2018-10-11

School spirit



The 2018 Carman- Ainsworth High School Homecoming Parade made its way down Van Slyke Road, Oct. 5, prior to the start of the Homecoming game. Crowds turned out to cheer on the Cavaliers and to enjoy the marching bands, cheerleaders and candy tosses to the children. To see who was chosen as Homecoming Court. see page 3 inside.

The Flint Jewish Federation announces the sixth Daniel Pearl World Music Days



FLINT – Flint Jewish Federation announces the sixth Daniel Pearl World Music Days-Humanity in Harmony Music Festival, Oct. 20 at 7:30 p.m. at the MacArthur Recital Hall at the Flint Institute of Music, in the heart of Flint’s Cultural Center. While there are Daniel Pearl World Music Days events all over the world, the Humanity in Harmony Music Festival is […]

Airport stabbing suspect to go on trial Nov. 5



FLINT TWP. — The lawyer for Amor Ftouhi, the Canadian citizen accused of stabbing a police officer last year at Bishop International Airport in Flint, has withdrawn her tentative request to seek a diminished capacity defense for her client. Attorney Joan Morgan filed the paperwork last week. That means absent any new developments, the case will go to trial Nov. […]

In brief



Making Strides Against Breast Cancer of Flint 5K walk FLINT — Making Strides Flint hosts a 5K walk Oct. 13 from 8:30 a.m. to noon at the Downtown Flat Lot, 200 E. Kearsley Street. This is a leisure 5k American Cancer Society Fundraising Walk, celebrating the 20th year in Flint! Registration begins at 8:30 am. Program, music and fun from […]

Revolutionary War soldier to be honored with new grave marking




FLINT —The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution, Genesee Chapter will be placing a new grave marker for a local Revolutionary War soldier. Charles Stewart, who is buried at the Glenwood Cemetery on West Court Street in Flint, will receive his marker during a ceremony on May 11, 2019, at 11 a.m. The public is invited to […]

Golf team finishes out season; skips regional




FLINT TWP. – The Carman-Ainsworth girls’ golf team saw its season come to a close after last week’s Saginaw Valley League championship. The team has chosen to opt out of its regional for the second-consecutive season, deciding instead to focus on rebuilding and preparing for the coming season. Had the Lady Cavs competed, they would have traveled to Hartland Glen […]

Carman-Ainsworth Home Coming



Carman-Ainsworth volleyball team sweeps quad match




FLINT – The Carman-Ainsworth volleyball team swept its home quad last Thursday, defeating Swartz Creek 22-25, 25-19, 25-23, then Imlay City 25-23, 25-18, and finally Byron 25-12, 25-19. Mary Dollinger was present all over the court, posting 25 digs, eight aces and a team-high 34 assists. Aniya Harmon was just as effective with 32 assists, 14 digs and five aces. […]

MTA purchases former Baker College building



FLINT — The Flint Mass Transportation Authority (MTA) has purchased the former Baker College Center for Transportation Technology located at 1717 S. Dort Highway. This site provides five buildings for a total of 76,000 square feet, with the largest building along the Dort Highway corridor at 23,000 square feet. This building will house the Rides to Wellness program currently operated […]

Guelph skates past winless Firebirds




FLINT – The Flint Firebirds win-less streak remains in tact and extended to six in a 6-2 loss to the Guelph Storm at the Dort Federal Event Center on Saturday. Guelph grabbed the lead with the only goal of the opening period and then added to it with two goals early in the second. Flint captain Ty Dellandrea cut into […]


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