Davison, MIWNEM

Trailer with family heirlooms stolen out of driveway

A family is trying to get their heirlooms back after they were stolen right out of their driveway. Now they’re asking people across the state to help them track down a trailer full of irreplaceable items. Whoever took the trailer left one of the wheel chocks under a wheel, which...
Flint, MIPosted by

Black Wall Street vendor fair kicks off Flint’s Juneteenth celebration

FLINT, MI -- This year’s Juneteenth celebrations are going to be the biggest the city of Flint has ever seen, including a new three-day festival beginning with Black Wall Street, the Champions Parade, and the gospel festival. Black Wall Street commenced the weekend’s celebrations on Friday, June 18, featuring Flint’s...
Flint, MIabc12.com

Flint businesswoman hopes spirit of Black Wall Street gives her business a bounce back

FLINT, Mich. (WJRT) - (06/18/2021) - Flint’s three-day Juneteenth celebrations are kicking off with Black Wall Street, featuring some of the community’s up-and-coming Black-owned businesses. Flint’s Black Wall Street is giving small Black-owned vendors the opportunity to showcase their products for the community like scented candles from The Flintstone Candle...
Flushing, MIPosted by

Flushing’s Movies in the Park series returns Saturday night

FLUSHING, MI - Flushing’s Movies in the Park is back for its 25th year with five new features for summer-long family fun nights starting Saturday, June 19. One of Flushing’s favorite pastimes will be held every other Saturday evening, beginning at dusk at the Riverview Park Bandshell, located at 230 S. Cherry St.
Michigan StateMacomb Daily

Midland’s Kimberly Dinh wins 105th Michigan Women’s Amateur

SAGINAW – The Michigan Women’s Amateur Championship has been on the bucket list of Midland’s Kimberly Dinh since her undergraduate days as a golfer at the University of Wisconsin. The 28-year-old Senior Research Specialist for Dow Chemical checked it off Friday winning a tense 1-up title match against University of...
Flint, MIabc12.com

Restaurants scramble to find staff before capacity limits lifted June 22

GENESEE COUNTY, Mich. (WJRT) - Restaurants are quickly trying to find staff after the early announcement that the state will be reopening to full capacity starting Tuesday. During the pandemic, restaurant owners have struggled to hire staff for even lower capacity limits. Now, they’re are scrambling to find enough staff...
Flint, MInbc25news.com

Black Wall Street event taps into entrepreneurial spirit in Flint's north side

(FLINT, Mich.)- For many African-Americans in Flint celebrating Juneteenth, also known as Freedom Day, has been a tradition for nearly half a century, but tomorrow for the first time Juneteenth will be recognized around the country as a national holiday. It's a day that commemorates the last known slaves in Texas learning of their freedom more than two years after the Emancipation Proclamation in June of 1865.
Flint, MInbc25news.com

Judges deny motions in Flint Water cases

FLINT, Mich. - A Genesee County circuit court judge and a Michigan Court of Appeals judge this week have denied motions for preliminary examination and immediate appellate review filed by defendants charged in the Flint Water Crisis prosecution. On Wednesday, Judge Elizabeth A. Kelly of the Seventh Judicial Circuit Court...