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Total population of residents8,276
White resident population recorded6,826
Black or African American resident population recorded918
American Indian and Alaska native resident population recorded29
Asian resident population recorded228
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander resident population recorded0
Hispanic or Latino of any race resident population recorded216
Resident population of some other race recorded35
Resident population of two or more races recorded240
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Grand Blanc sixth-grader honored in contest about cell phone recycling
The Institute of Scrap Recycling Industries, Inc. and JASON Learning recently announced that Reiden Magdaleno, a sixth-grader at Grand Blanc West Middle School, received honorable mention in a nationwide contest to spread the word about cell phone recycling. GRAND BLANC, MI – The Institute of Scrap Recycling Industries, Inc. and JASON Learning recently announced that Reiden Magdaleno, a sixth-grader at Grand Blanc West Middle School, received honorable mention in a nationwide contest to spread the word about cell phone recycling.  Students in grades K-12 were asked to either design a poster or make a video to raise people's awareness that cell phones can be recycled. Americans discard millions of cell phones annually, and most of them contain precious metals and plastics that can save energy and resources when recycled, but when disposed of improperly, can release toxic materials into the environment. The students were given the assignment to create an original poster or video in the style of a public service announcement that would convince friends, relatives and others to recycle their old phones rather than throwing them away. 'The recycling industry congratulates the entrants on their creativity and commitment to raising awareness of the importance of cell phone recycling,' said Robin Wiener, president of ISRI in a news release. 'The artwork, seen by classmates, family, and communities delivers a strong message that will benefit the environment and economy. It is good to see so many young people getting involved and caring about this important issue.' The finalist videos and posters are featured on JASON and ISRI websites. The honorable mention entrants will receive certificates and t-shirts. Judges evaluated entries on the interpretation and clarity of the theme to the viewer, the persuasiveness of the message, creativity and originality, the quality of the entry, and the overall impression of the entry.
Happening April 20 2014 - Source: http://www.mlive.com/news/flint/index.ssf/2014/04/grand_blanc_sixth-grader_honor.html

A look at the Grand Blanc neighborhood streets in need of repair
Here's a list of neighborhood streets that the city of Grand Blanc have listed in poor condition. GRAND BLANC, MI -- The city of Grand Blanc has listed neighborhood roads that are in need of repair - some listed in poor condition and others that may need to be either resurfaced or rebuilt.Here's the list:Roads that the city has previously listed in poor condition are: Gaslight Lane, south of Riverbend Drive; Genesee Road, from Kings Post Road to the city limits; Bella Vista Drive, from Via Catherina Drive to Bella Vista Court; Terrace Court; Brainard Street, from Center Road to Walker Street; Roads that the city has previously listed in need of possible resurfacing are: Moceri Drive, sections around Wellington Drive and Boutell Drive; Wellington Drive, from Moceri Drive to Morningside Drive; Morningside Circle; Chasseur Drive, from Morningside Drive to Charing Cross Drive; Wilkshire Court; Boutell Court; Genesee Road, from Kings Post Road to Kings Fairway Lane; Kings Birdle Trail; Kings Knight Circle; Stonybrooke Drive, from Old Bridge Road to Woodbridge Drive; Arileen Ave; Shell Bark Lane, section of; Pagels Drive, from Holly Road to Pagels Court; Fuller Street; Roads that the city has previously listed in need of possible rebuilding are: Townline Road, from Morningside Drive to Bush Creek Drive; Bush Creek Drive, from Pine Row Lane to Townline Road; Moceri Drive, section of; Riverbend Drive, from Belsay Road to Greenview Drive; Belsay Road, from Riverbend Drive to Greenview Drive; Greenview Drive, from Belsay Road to Riverbend Drive; Woodbridge Drive, from Old Bridge Road to Hazel Ave; South Center Road, from South Saginaw Street to Walker Street;
Happening April 18 2014 - Source: http://www.mlive.com/news/flint/index.ssf/2014/04/heres_a_list_of_grand_blancs_n.html

Grand Blanc High School's EngiNERDs headed to St. Louis to compete in FIRST Championship
Grand Blanc High School's Robotics Team 2337, The EngiNERDs, will compete against 400 teams in the FIRST Championship starting April 24 in St. Louis. GRAND BLANC, MI – Grand Blanc High School's Robotics Team 2337, The EngiNERDs, will compete against 400 teams in the FIRST Championship starting April 24 in St. Louis, Mo. As part of the FIRST Robotics season, teams were given six weeks to come up with a strategy, design, prototype, fabricate, build, program and promote their FIRST Robotics Competition Robot. The EngiNERDs worked through the six weeks of build season to create 'DAS BULL,' a machine that plays the game objective of throwing, catching and passing a 24-inch exercise ball up a basketball-sized playing field and then tossing the ball into a goal that is mounted nearly 9 feet in the air. The team was ranked fifth out of 276 teams in the state at the Michigan State Championship, held at Eastern Michigan University in Ypsilanti. At the competition, the team earned the Motorola Quality Award, which celebrates machine robustness in concept and fabrication. On Saturday, April 19, the EngiNERDs will host a can and bottle drive to help cover costs of the trip from 7:30 a.m. to 8 p.m. in the Kmart parking lot in Grand Blanc. For more information on the Grand Blanc High School Robotics Team program, visit the EngiNERDs website at www.Team2337.com. Dana DeFever can be reached at 810-429-3919 or ddefever@mlive.com. You can also follow her on Twitter @DanaDeFever or subscribe to her on Facebook.
Happening April 18 2014 - Source: http://www.mlive.com/news/flint/index.ssf/2014/04/grand_blanc_high_schools_engin.html

Police news: More sharing of Facebook video of child being beaten can be exploitative; Flint man ar
Here are some area police stories you may have missed from Thursday, April 10. Here are some area police stories you may have missed from Thursday, April 10. - Watch Flint firefighters battle vacant structure fire on city's north side - Alleged intruders fired shots into Flint home before being shot by homeowner, police say - 34-year-old woman arrested for breaking into Flint apartment - More sharing of viral Facebook video of child being beaten can be exploitative, expert says - Flint man arraigned in shooting of girlfriend - 6-month-old boy in critical condition; Flint police say incident does not appear to be criminal - Identity of woman found dead in Flint house slated for demo still a mystery - Grand Blanc City Council approves labor agreement with police employees - Burned out license plate leads to drug bust in Flint - Babysitter makes off with nearly $1,000 in tools from man's Flint home
Happening April 11 2014 - Source: http://www.mlive.com/news/flint/index.ssf/2014/04/police_news_more_sharing_of_fa.html

Flint-area General Motors workers raise more than $11,000 for March of Dimes
General Motors announced on Thursday, April 10, that their March 22 Bowl for Babies event was the most successful yet — generating more than $11,000 at the annual event for the March of Dimes. FLINT TWP, MI — General Motors announced on Thursday, April 10, that their March 22 Bowl for Babies event was the most successful yet — generating more than $11,000 at the annual event for the March of Dimes. The money was presented in an event at the Flint Metal Center, 2238 W. Bristol Road in Flint Township. GM quality network suggestion manager Jan Reed and Flint Metal Center area production manager Philip Renner presented a check for $11,135 to March of Dimes state board chair Renay Gagleard and project coordinator Gail Longman. Gagleard, who is also the women and children's service line administrator at Hurley Medical Center, called the donation 'phenomenal' and said that it will help March of Dimes continue to do research so that she and other health professionals can provide for their patients. 'These donations help us care for babies. That's what we do. We take care of people who have issues during their pregnancy that may deliver babies prematurely. And I guarantee this money will go to great use, and for research that will help babies in the future. So thank you very much from the bottom of our hearts at March of Dimes,' said Gagleard. Renner spoke on behalf of GM and said that employees from all three plants in the Flint Complex — Flint Assembly, Flint Engine and Flint Metal Center — contributed to the donation. 'It's great that as a complex, and for us at Flint Metal Center, that we get to do these kinds of activities, ' he said.'Bowling for Babies was a great opportunity for us as a facility to socialize and we enjoy doing things like that. We try and help out those who are maybe a little less fortunate than us and help the community in some way,' he said. Flint Metal Center has donated more than $150,000 over the last year to various charities, said UAW Local 659 President Reggie Smith. He thanked GM for its effort. 'It's an honor and a privilege to come to my home plant and see the hard work and dedication that the membership still puts out. It's an absolute wonderful job that they all have done. I have 37 years in this facility and they have always been on top, as far as generosity and giving from the heart. So I appreciate the membership on both sides of the house for all the hard work and dedication that you do,' he said. Reed, who has been participating in the March of Dimes event for seven years, said this year was the most beneficial. 'I'm involved in a lot of charities, but this is near and dear to my heart. It was a great team effort and it was just great to have everyone here and to be able to enjoy this and make the kind of money that we did for this charity,' she said. The March of Dimes' annual March for Babies event will take place at Bicentennial Park, 2001 E. Grand Blanc Road in Grand Blanc, on Sunday, April 27, at 10 a.m. For more information or to register, click here.
Happening April 11 2014 - Source: http://www.mlive.com/news/flint/index.ssf/2014/04/general_motors_raises_over_110.html

Grand Blanc City Council approves labor agreement with police employees
The Grand Blanc City Council has approved a two-year collective bargaining agreement with its police department employees. GRAND BLANC, MI – The Grand Blanc City Council has approved a two-year collective bargaining agreement with its police department employees. At Wednesday's meeting April 9, the city council approved the two-year contract, which is from May 2013 to May 2015. The contract impacts four employees – one lieutenant and three sergeants. As part of the changes, employees will receive a 2 percent pay increase each year, although it is not retroactive, and employees' contribution to their pensions was reduced. Employees will contribute more for health care and one extra holiday was added. Dana DeFever can be reached at 810-429-3919 or ddefever@mlive.com. You can also follow her on Twitter @DanaDeFever or subscribe to her on Facebook.
Happening April 11 2014 - Source: http://www.mlive.com/news/flint/index.ssf/2014/04/grand_blanc_city_council_appro_4.html

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High school students suspended for porn on phones
A few students from an area high school have been suspended after administrators discovered "pornographic material" on their phones.
October 11 2013 - Source: http://www.14news.com/story/23647781/high-school-students-suspended-for-having-porn-on-phones

Well to do Michigan town doesn't want to share its zip code with crime ridden Flint Michigan an
Grand Blanc Township, MI. officials are disputing the U.S. Postal Service's decision not to allow parts of the 48507 zip code to be ‘Grand Blanc’ instead of Flint.
October 06 2013 - Source: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2446399/Well-Michigan-town-doesnt-want-share-zip-code-crime-ridden-Flint-Michigan-anymore.html?ITO=1490&ns_mchannel=rss&ns_campaign=1490

Community uses social media to help keep streets safe
A new website called 'Next Door' is using social media to bring neighbors in one Mid-Michigan community together and keep their streets safe.
September 24 2013 - Source: http://www.wnem.com/story/23511596/community-uses-social-media-to-help-keep-streets-safe

MSP says car parts found in Grand Blanc Township did belong to AMC Gremlin
We have an update on the Oakland County Child Killings investigation.
September 05 2013 - Source: http://www.abc12.com/story/23353327/msp-says-car-parts-found-in-grand-blanc-township-did-belong-to-amc-gremlin

Police keeping open mind in Oakland County child killings as they investigate Gremlin parts
Despite the Hoffa-like excavation of buried parts of an AMC Gremlin last week on a former farm in Grand Blanc Township, Michigan State Police on Monday downplayed the significance of a blue vehicle with a white hockey stripe in connection with the Oakland County Child Killings more than 35 years ago.
August 26 2013 - Source: http://www.detroitnews.com/article/20130826/METRO02/308260094/-1/rss12

Bowl -A-Mania draws hundreds for Big Brothers Big Sisters
Big Brother Big Sisters held its annual Bowl-A-Mania in Grand Blanc Township at Galaxy Lanes.The event raises close to $10,000 for the program.
August 21 2013 - Source: http://www.abc12.com/story/23222137/bowl-a-mania-draws-hundreds-for-big-brothers-big-sisters

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