Kearsley determined to continue greatest stretch of football success in school history
FLINT – Kearsley’s football team is in the midst of an unprecedented stretch of success. Kearsley recently passed a bond to build a new football stadium, a new scoreboard is in the works and the Hornets are determined to extend a three-year playoff streak – the longest in school history. “We’re still young,” Fitzgerald said during a recent high school football media day at the Flint Farmers Market. “Right now we’re struggling with a little bit of chemistry, a little bit of love, a little bit of brotherhood. MORE:Who is your pick to win the Metro League football title?mlive.com
Washtenaw County Sheriff’s Office warns residents about online safety after two 'swatting’ incidents under investigation
WASHTENAW COUNTY, Mich. – The Washtenaw County Sheriff’s Office is warning area residents to stay vigilant when it comes to online safety. On Tuesday, the sheriff’s office released a statement alerting residents to two instances of ‘swatting’ that are under investigation. The WCSO statement highlights two recent swatting incidents within Washtenaw County on Aug. 31 and Sept. 6. Police said that while residents should make sure to maintain their online privacy, gamers should take extra precautions in order to not be victims of swatting. Find the Washtenaw County Sheriff’s Office statement here.