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Curfew Considered For Next Year’s ‘Back To The Bricks’
Curfew Considered For Next Year’s ‘Back To The Bricks’
Police officials say that they may add a special curfew for minors at next year's "Back to the Bricks" event. A fight in downtown Flint on Friday night that resulted in 22 arrests is the catalyst for the possible changes.  Two different fights were reported. One was outside the McCree courts building, and there was also a smaller fight near Halo Burger that led to two additional arrests.
Thursday Night ‘Bricks” Cruise Hours Altered By Massive Crowds
Thursday Night ‘Bricks” Cruise Hours Altered By Massive Crowds
The City of Burton earlier this afternoon adjusted the hours of this evenings "Back to the Bricks" cruise along Saginaw street. The cruise tonight will shut down at 9pm sharp according to local police. Crowds have been even larger than expected and police are concerned for the safety of everyone on the cruise, and those large crowds settled in along the side of the road.
Back to the Bricks Continues
Back to the Bricks kicked off Tuesday with Bricks Flicks so if you haven't had a chance to check out the event, you'll have another chance today. There will be another rolling cruise tonight on Saginaw Street and you can look for Rod and I as we take the Cars vehicle around town. There's also going to be plenty of entertainment the next few days.
Taking A Break From the ‘Bricks’? Here Are Some Ideas
Taking A Break From the ‘Bricks’? Here Are Some Ideas
There is lots going on around Flint this weekend, so if you've seen the collection of classic cars and are looking for more, check out these possibilities: * The Genesee County Fair" is happening at the E.A. Cummings Center on Mt. Morris Road. Admission is free, with $5 parking. * The Machine Shop features the band "Polkadot Cadaver" on Friday night, and a hairband tribute on Saturd
‘Back To The Bricks’ To Erect Statues Downtown?
‘Back To The Bricks’ To Erect Statues Downtown?
Back to the Bricks chairman Al Hatch says efforts are underway to erect more than a dozen statues of historic auto figures in the downtown area in conjunction with the annual "Back to the Bricks" event. The statues would be located around the downtown area, and in the college campus area. The first statue to go up would be that of Louis Chevrolet. It would honor him in this, the 100th an

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