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In brief

Board of Review meeting planned CLAYTON TOWNSHIP – Township residents who wish to dispute their property values may take their case to the Board of Review, which is scheduled to meet Wednesday, Dec. 10, at the township hall. More...

Viewpoint

Giving thanks where thanks is due

Every Thanksgiving I try to put into words, some of the things I’m thankful for, using this space. More...

Sports

Creek/Clio opens season with win over Alliance

FLINT – A solid night in net for Dylan Yenglin and unrelenting offense helped the Swartz Creek/Clio hockey team set aside the Alliance 4-2 in the teams’ season opener at Iceland Arenas last Wednesday. More...

Generals’ alumni game draws big numbers

FLINT — For the first time since 2010, the Flint Generals took the ice at Flint’s Perani Arena on Saturday afternoon. More...

All-Flint Metro League

BOYS CROSS COUNTRYFirst TeamNate Frasier, Holly, 12Jacob Lee, Fenton, 11Ethan Taljonick, Clio, 11Dilon Lemond, Holly, 11Kurtis Cooley, Holly, 12Colin Hooker, Brandon, 12Mikey Varacalli, Linden, 12Zac Felix, Holly, 11 More...

Business

Bagger Dave’s opened last week

GRAND BLANC – Bagger Dave’s Burger Tavern, a full-service, casual restaurant and bar, marked the grand opening of its Grand Blanc location at 8235 Trillium Circle Avenue on Nov. 23 at 11 a.m. More...

Yeo & Yeo expands Ann Arbor footprint with relocation to larger office

ANN ARBOR — Yeo & Yeo has expanded and relocated its Ann Arbor office to accommodate the firm’s growth. The company also has offices in Flint Township. More...

In brief

Area Chambers encourages Small Business patronage FLINT – From fudge to flowers to fashion, Flint & Genesee shoppers will have a wide range of local small businesses to bolster on Small Business Saturday, Nov. 29. More...

Fade to black

Deficit a cue to rebrand PAC

SWARTZ CREEK - School officials have canceled most of the touring shows scheduled at the Performing Arts Center. The decision comes after ticket sales for the Oct. More...

Swartz Creek to buy buses, truck

SWARTZ CREEK – The Board of Education has approved purchasing two new buses and a plow truck. Transportation Director Bill Chapman said the truck now in use has two rusty doors and about 99,000 miles on it. More...

News

Black Friday shopping frenzy starts

FLINT TWP. — Starting times for the madhouse shopping day after Thanksgiving known as Black Friday have been creeping forward each year until it no longer starts on Friday or even at midnight. More...

Cultural Center Holiday Walk a tradition for Flint-area families

FLINT – A tradition 31 years in the making, the annual Holiday Walk will fill Flint’s Cultural Center with festive lights, music and more Dec. 2. More...

Whatchamacallit!

Networking party scheduled for Dec. 5

FLINT TWP. — No matter what you call it or how you pronounce it, the annual “Whatchamacallit” networking holiday party has turned into a premier event over the past decade. More...

Living

The Nutcracker returns for Christmas at The Whiting

FLINT—Nutcracker, the magical ballet that is a highlight of many a holiday calendar, will be performed at 2 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. on Dec. 6, and at 3 p.m., Dec. 7, at The Whiting, 1241 E. Kearsley Street, in Flint. More...

Holiday Pops returning Dec. 20-21

FLINT – The Holiday Pops, featuring the Flint Symphony Orchestra, directed by Enrique Diemecke, conductor, and hosted by ABC12’s Angie Hendershot and Matt Franklin, will be held Dec. 20-21. More...

In brief

Hamburger nights FLINT TOWNSHIP – The Swartz Creek AmVets will host hamburger night from 5 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 3, at the VFW Post on Elms Road. Takeouts are available. Proceeds support veterans programs.– L.R. More...

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