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Art show

The Flushing Community Schools Annual Visual Arts Show took place recently highlighting its theme of “Under the Sea.” Here, Skylar Paige and her dad Cedric showed off her artwork that was featured in the FCS Annual Visual Arts Show. For more photos from the art show see page 7 in today’s Genesee County View.... READ MORE >

Board of commissioners makes decision regarding 911 surcharge in the nick of time

GENESEE COUNTY — Resolution language regarding a proposed increase and extension of the 911 surcharge will appear on ballots during the Aug. 6 primary election. This comes after the Genesee County Board of Commissioners passed a motion to approve an amendment to the resolution increasing the proposed surcharge from $2.60 per device to $3, which is the state state’s maximum... READ MORE >

Conversations with the Clerks series to begin May 21

GENESEE COUNTY — Do you have questions about the voting rights, election security or early voting? If so, Genesee County Clerk Domonique Clemons along with several city and local clerks can help answer them. It’s all part of a series of events called Conversations with the Clerks. The idea behind the series of events is to foster open conversations between... READ MORE >

Grand Blanc police honored during National Police Week

GRAND BLANC — Several Grand Blanc City police officers have received recognition for exemplary performance of duties. The honors took place Wednesday, May 8, during National Police Week. “They are all very deserving officers who’ve done some great things during the year,” said police Chief Brian Lipe. Detective Justin Petrowski and Support Technician Heidi Hensley received Certificates of Recognition for... READ MORE >

Cupcakes and Kisses celebrates grand opening

Cupcakes and Kisses has satisfied the sweet tooth of many a loyal customer since first opening in Holly in 2015. Since then, the family business has grown to include locations in Owosso and St. Johns and, as of March 20, at 11833 S. Saginaw St. in Grand Blanc. Owners Toni and Kevin Barnett and their children, Kora, Kendra, Koby and... READ MORE >

Domestic dispute ends in shooting death

GRAND BLANC TWP. — Grand Blanc Township police are investigating a domestic disturbance call that led to a standoff Saturday afternoon. About 1:30 p.m., officers were dispatched to the 5300 block of South Dort Highway for a domestic disturbance involving a firearm. A female reported her husband had assaulted her and had a firearm, police said. She reported that she... READ MORE >

Save the Date

Pancake breakfast GRAND BLANC — Grand Blanc Masonic Lodge 571 will host a pancake breakfast from 8-11 a.m. Saturday, May 18, at the lodge, 522 E. Grand Blanc Rd. Pancakes, eggs, sausage. Donations accepted. — L.R. Golf event planned for May 20 GRAND BLANC — The Vocational Independence Program will host its Swing into Action charity golf event on May... READ MORE >

City to consider appraisal, repair estimate for Jewel property

GRAND BLANC — The Grand Blanc City Council is mulling its next step in the possible acquisition of part of the former Jewel golf course property. City officials are eying 147 acres of land and a clubhouse on the south side of the property for development as a park. To accomplish that, the city expects to ask voters for a... READ MORE >

Stewart running for Davison Township supervisor seat

DAVISON TWP. — After spending more than 18 years working for Davison Township, Randall Stewart said he is ready to serve as township supervisor. Stewart’s journey to public service in Davison Township spans over four decades, marked by a deep commitment to community development. With a background ranging from carpentry to municipal leadership, Stewart said his candidacy for supervisor brings... READ MORE >

Martin announces bid for Davison Township treasurer

DAVISON TWP. — Retired accountant and business manager Deanna L. Martin has announced her candidacy for the open treasurer position in Davison Township. Martin was born, raised and has lived in Davison her entire life. She said she thinks hometown roots mean something when running for local public office. “I’m the only candidate in this race that is from this... READ MORE >