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'Operation: Fresh Start' to offer a way out for Flint residents with misdemeanor warrants
Those with certain outstanding city warrants can get a clean slate starting next week thanks to a new program by Flint police Chief James Tolbert.
Tue Jul 22, 2014
University of Michigan-Flint faculty scholars look to enhance community engagement in Flint
Each of the new Boyer Faculty Scholars was selected to help further the program's goal to deepen campus-wide discourse, practice, and recognition of the scholarship of engagement at the university.
Sat Jul 19, 2014
Federal Grant To Assist Veterans In Nursing Program At U-M Flint
A $1 million federal grant to the University of Michigan-Flint will assist military veterans in earning an accelerated degree in nursing.
Fri Jul 18, 2014
MTA and University of Michigan-Flint team up to offer transportation to physical therapy clients
The Mass Transportation Authority is partnering with University of Michigan-Flint's physical therapy and education students to help clients with transportation for treatment.
UM-Flint receives $1 million federal grant to start nursing program for veterans
University of Michigan-Flint will start a nursing program for veterans with the help of a $1 million federal grant it received last week.
DEA moving Saginaw office to University of Michigan-Flint's Northbank Center
The project will renovate approximately 4,300 square feet of vacant space inside the building, which will then be leased to the United States Drug Enforcement Administration.
Thu Jul 17, 2014
Magic Johnson's food service company to host job fair for ex-Flint school workers
Food service workers who were laid off when the Flint School District outsourced the work to a Magic Johnson-owned company can apply for their old jobs at an open house Monday, July 21. SodexoMAGIC will host a special job fair and open house to introduce itself to the people who served the district under previous management, the district said in a ... (more)
Tue Jul 15, 2014
Kettering University buys party store on University and Grand Traverse
Kettering University has purchased another property along the University Avenue corridor in what the school calls an attempt to connect the university with downtown and create a safer environment.
Mon Jul 14, 2014
UM-Flint seeking approval for $1.7M renovation to Northbank Center for city's first DEA branch
University of Michigan-Flint's Northbank Center will get $1.7 million in renovations and be home to Flint's first US Drug Enforcement Agency if the university's Board of Regents approves the proposal at its July 17 meeting.
Thu Jul 03, 2014
30 years, 30 pictures: See the history of Autoworld three decades after it opened
Thirty Independence Days ago, workers here were still painting AutoWorld on the morning it opened for the first time -- rushing to finish the most basic elements of an $80 million theme park that boosters said could help save Flint.
Mon Jun 30, 2014
News column apologizes for George Will's column alleging that rape victim is a coveted status
Anyone remember that wretched column George Will wrote in which he said that because of the federal government and "progressivism" that today on college campuses, calling yourself a victim of a sexual assault is now something of a badge of honor? Yesterday in the News, one of their columnists -- a woman, I might add -- said that the uproar over it ... (more)
State of Michigan
For a faster drive, take I-475: I-75 traffic snarls continue in Genesee County
COUNTY: Genesee HIGHWAY: I-75 and I-475 CLOSEST CITY: Flint PROJECT DETAILS: With increasing traffic and major construction in the area, motorists should expect delays on I-75 through Genesee County.
Sat Jun 28, 2014
Column: Regret isn't the same as rape
The Obama administration and its ardent supporters would never let the facts get in the way of a politically expedient cause.
Flint Farmers' Market sees record breaking week at new location
It's been a record breaking week so far for the Flint Farmers market - now settling into its new home downtown.
Thu Jun 26, 2014
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25-year-old Melissa Miller is competing for a chance to win $10,000 in "Stone Cold" Steve Austin's new Broken Skull Challenge series.
Tue Jun 24, 2014
Dr. Steven M. Ralston named new provost
Morehead State University President Wayne D. Andrews announced Tuesday that Dr. Steven M. Ralston, Marist College's dean of the School of Communication and the Arts, has been named MSU's next chief academic officer/provost.
See 20 inspirational photos from four Flint-area college graduations
With the four ceremonies -- Baker College of Flint, Kettering, Mott Community College and University of Michigan-Flint -- more than 2,510 students walked across a stage to get their degree over the past couple of months.