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Vote for Genesee County’s Best Fish & Chips

There are plenty of places in Genesee County where you can get great fish & chips, but we want to know who has the best. Click through to vote for your favorite fish joint now!

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Golden Memories Car Show 2011 (Photo courtesy of Facebook)
Golden Memories Car Show 2011 (Photo courtesy of Facebook)
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Tonight On The Tom Sumner Program

Cathy Jaruzel Gentry (Sloan*Longway) talks about a facelift to Sloan Museum's lobby and this Sunday's Golden Memories Car Show on a one hour edition of The Tom Sumner Program Friday September 14 beginning at 6 p

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Pinewood Derby image courtesy of Facebook
Pinewood Derby image courtesy of Facebook
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Tonight On The Tom Sumner Program

Jared Rodriguez (President-Protecting Michigan Taxpayers) opposes an amendment to Michigan's constitution guaranteeing collective bargaining, Pinewood Derby construction with Ken Thomas, and this year's United Way campaign kick-off with a surprise guest on The Tom Sumner Program Thursday August16 beginning at 6 p

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Flint area soul singer Heather Jones (Photo courtesy of Facebook)
Flint area soul singer Heather Jones (Photo courtesy of Facebook)
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Tonight On The Tom Sumner Program

Terry Wisner (CPO Inst. / Bring Two To Flint) co-hosts "Flint Mix Friday" featuring all kinds of cool things to do in Flint (and stuff and junk) and LIVE music from Heather Jones on The Tom Sumner Program Friday June 29 beginning at 6 p.m.

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Back to the Bricks Facebook cover photo
Back to the Bricks Facebook cover photo
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Tonight On The Tom Sumner Program

Back to The Bricks founder Al Hatch talks about Flint's premier car event and the upcoming promotional cruise on The Tom Sumner Program Wednesday June 6 from 6-7 p.m.

'Civil War Reenactment' Joe Raedle, Getty Images
'Civil War Reenactment' Joe Raedle, Getty Images
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Top Five Things to Do on Memorial Day

Memorial Day is a holiday that was created to honor the fallen soldiers of the Confederate and Union Armed Forces of the American Civil War, it was extended after the first World War to commemorate all soldiers of all wars. We currently use this as a kick-off of summer vacations. Below is my top five list of happenings in the area, as well as a couple day trips that you can take. Whether you plan on staying home, staying local or taking a small trip, I’m sure you’ll find something enjoyable here.

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