BHS Cole Pardon #5 attempts to block a shot on GHS Aidan Rubio # 1 during the Martian vs. Blackhawk game at Goodrich on Jan. 10. Goodrich topped Brandon 79-36. Photo by Kurt Schulte.
By David Fleet Editor A class action filed almost six years ago has been dismissed by a Genesee County judge. On Jan. 3, Circuit Court Judge Richard Yuille dismissed the lawsuit filed on July 25, 2014 by Flint Attorney Dean T. Yeotis. The class action was filed in the Seventh Circuit Court for a group […]
By Shelby Stewart Staff Writer Brandon School District has a bond on the March 10, 2020 ballot. The bond will deal with improvements to all of the buildings, costing a total of $19.5 million across all four buildings. “Just like our own homes, our buildings need to be maintained,” said Dr. Matt Outlaw, district superintendent […]
By David Fleet Editor Groveland Twp.-On Monday night the township board of trustees voted 5-0 to support a resolution in opposition to House Bill 5229 and the Regional Transit Authority proposal. The RTA goal, created in 2012 included the City of Detroit, Macomb, Oakland, Wayne and Washtenaw counties is to create a region with sufficient […]
By David Fleet Editor Goodrich- On Monday night the village council voted 3-0 to hire the Williams Firm, 8263 South Saginaw St., Suite 6 Grand Blanc, as the law firm representing the village. Council members Tim Barraco and Windy Ciaramitaro were absent with notice. The cost will be $250 for attorney work by Kendall Williams, […]
By David Fleet Editor Goodrich- On Monday night the village council voted 3-0 to hire the Genesee County Road Commission to provide engineering services related to PASER rating of all hard surfaced completed through top course, roads in the village. The cost of the project which will start this month, weather permitting will be $2,000 […]
By David Fleet Editor On Jan. 14 the Road Commission for Oakland County closed Bald Eagle Lake Road between Bird and Allen roads, west of Renchik Drive in Groveland Township due to a washout under the road that will require emergency repairs. On Wednesday, Craig Bryson, RCOC public information officer said a 50-foot-long culvert under […]
Justin Bright grabs some air at Mt. Holly on Wednesday. With overnight temperatures in the 20s and 30s snow making equipment has produced a solid base. Photo by Patrick McAbee.
By David Fleet Editor A bill that would increase the ability for larger-scale foster homes to provide caring environments for Michigan children moved one step closer last month. House Bill 4095 allows state licensed residential youth foster care facilities to house up to 10 children if the facility is located on property spanning 20 or […]
By David Fleet Editor On Dec. 20, forty-three of Michigan’s newest troopers reported to work at Michigan State Police (MSP) posts across the state after graduating from the 136th Trooper Recruit School. Included now among the 1,238 troopers assigned statewide is 2014 Goodrich graduate Nikolas Hovey. During high school, Hovey served as an intern with […]