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December 18, 2014 RSS feed / Front Page

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News

New paper recycling drop off point now open

LAPEER – Just in time to deal with all of that leftover wrapping paper, a new paper recycling drop off center is open in Lapeer. More...

Dr. J. Klamerus gets Alum award

SOUTHFIELD — Dr. More...

Chrysler Foundation gives local robotics support grants

AUBURN HILLS — The Chrysler Foundation today announced more than a $190,000 in grants to support students participating in FIRST Robotics Competition (FRC) (grades 9-12) and FIRST Tech Challenge (FTC) (grades 7-12) programs in Michigan. More...

Viewpoint

A little ditty about personalized plates

The VIEW from here

A freelance photographer who frequently shoots for our sports department recently sent me photos of Mini Coopers from around the country and some of the unusual and unique personalized license plates found on them. More...

The bottom line

Meijer, Huggies to donate to diaper drive

GRAND RAPIDS — For the second consecutive year, Meijer will donate up to $10,000 and Huggies will donate 150,000 diapers to the National Diaper Bank Network this holiday season. More...

Sports

Fisher repeats as Foot Locker champ

SAN DIEGO — It was an entirely different race, but the result was the same for Grant Fisher. More...

Shorthanded Bobcats fall to Liggett

GROSSE POINTE — Playing on the road against the No. 5 team in the state on Friday, the Bobcats weren’t able to hold off Grosse Pointe University Liggett en route to a 5-2 loss. More...

Sports Shorts

Wings, Generals alumni to meet More...

Hundreds pack meeting to voice discontent over pipeline

FLINT — More than 400 people Wednesday evening packed a conference room at the Holiday Inn Gateway Center in Flint where representatives from the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) scheduled a meeting to hear public comment on environm More...

Ray selected for technical board vacancy

GRAND BLANC — Technically, the November election settle the issue of who would be seated on the Grand Blanc Board of education, but as a matter of fact, though all five members of the school board, elected on November 4, had signed the “A More...

Sports Update

Goodrich boys beat Lakeland

   Saturday, December 20, 2014, 7:41 p.m. - UNIVERSITY CENTER — David St. Full Story


News Briefs

In brief

Arts council exhibit GRAND BLANC TWP. — The Grand Blanc Arts Council is featuring an exhibit of watercolors with a holiday theme through January at the Grafted Root Eatery, Coach Stop Plaza. — P.S. Christmas tree sale More...

Blotter

Police Blotter

Pedestrian killed in front of police department GRAND BLANC TWP. — On Dec. 13, at 10:35 p.m. in the 5400 block of S. Saginaw, a caller reported a pedestrian personal injury accident. More...

Business

Charity winner

Following the first in a series of Winter special events hosted at The Jewel of Grand Blanc, VFW 822 Post Commander, Jamie Carl accepts a check for more than $800 to go towards veteran support. More...

Tri-Pointe CU merges with Genisys

AUBURN HILLS — Two financially strong Michigan credit unions, Tri-Pointe Community Credit Union of Grand Blanc and Genisys Credit Union of Auburn Hills, have announced their intent to combine through a merger. More...

McLaren Breast Program approved by the NAPBC

FLINT — The McLaren Flint Breast Program, which encompasses McLaren Imaging Center and the McLaren Cancer Institute, has been granted a three-year/full accreditation designation by the National Accreditation Program for Breast Centers (NAPBC), More...

Living

Local students, others, “Rayne” on charities

GOODRICH — ‘Tis the season of…giving, apparently, and Goodrich Fourth Grader Rayne Laurin, is no exception. Laurin is in Mr. More...

The FSO presents Holiday Pops

FLINT — The festive season brings us the uplifting concert, Holiday Pops, featuring the Flint Symphony Orchestra. This musical extravaganza is replete with performances of your favorite carols and holiday classics. More...

Traveling art show fights stigma of mental illness

FLINT — Genesee Health Center will be hosting the 3rd Michigan Association of Community Mental Health Boards’ (MACMHB) statewide traveling art show, “Creative Minds Changing Minds,” in conjunction with the Vista Center and oth More...

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