Marjory Raymer

Marjory Raymer is publisher and managing editor of Flintside. She is an award winning journalist with more more than 20 years experience. She started her career as a political reporter with short stints at the Ionia Sentinel Standard and Traverse City Record Eagle, before coming to Flint in 2000. She climbed through the ranks and became the first woman to serve as editor of The Flint Journal. She went on to serve as news director for MLive and all 10 of its newsrooms statewide. Just prior to launching Flintside, Raymer served as head of marketing and media relations at the University of Michigan-Flint.

Raymer is a board member for the Crim Fitness Foundation, Literacy Network Steering Committee, and volunteer coordinator for the “I’m Concerned About the Blueberries” random-acts-of-kindness campaign. She is a graduate of Central Michigan University. She and her husband, Eric, have two children, Javon and Evelina.
In The NewsHusband-wife team Spencer Ruegsegger and Kristy Bearse are planning to open an arcade bar inside the newly renovated Capitol Theatre in 2019.

New arcade bar set to open in downtown Flint in 2019


Feature StoryShift and Floradora opened in May in the corner space of the Capitol Theatre.

Downtown Flint seeing dramatic increase in retail businesses


In The NewsAn artist rendering of the new 65,000-square-foot addition to the Murchie Science Building on UM-Flint's campus.
In The News2018 graduates of Flint Southwestern Academy pose for a photo with Community School Director Mohammed Aboutawila after graduation in June.
In The NewsA screengrab from a video released Thursday, July 12, 2018, featuring prominent Flint people inviting Telsa Motors CEO Elon Musk to Flint

Hey, Elon: Consider yourself officially invited to Flint


In The NewsSylvester Broome Empowerment Village Executive Director Maryum Rasool gives a speech at the Sylvester Broome Empowerment Village Friday, June 29, 2018 in Flint.
Feature StoryCommunity members shovel dirt during a groundbreaking ceremony at the Flint Cultural Center Academy Tuesday, June 26th, 2018 in downtown Flint. The new public, nonprofit charter school will serve students in grades K-8.
In The NewsCommunity leaders and dignitaries broke ground on Tuesday, June 26, 2018, on the Flint Cultural Center Academy, a charter school being built through a $35 million donation from the Charles Stewart Mott Foundation. This image shows the east facade of
In The NewsKevelin B. Jones II, principal at Doyle-Ryder Elementary School, won the Putting Students First Award on Monday, June 5, 2018.
In The NewsThe new Lear Corp. plant in Flint is located on a portion of the former Buick City site.

Why Lear chose Flint for new plant and 600 jobs


In The NewsMotivational speaker Travis Thomas, and son of the Halo Burger Founder, returns to Flint for the GearUp for Success summit of 800 Genesee County students.

GearUp for Success reaches more than 800 Genesee County students


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Flintside: Our favorite people of 2017


In The NewsLeon El-Alamin is the founder and executive director of MADE Institute. He uses his own life experiences to help clients build new lives for themselves after being released from prison.

MADE Institute: Building new beginnings after prison


In The NewsStudents at Educare Flint sing, "The Ants Go Marching" during the grand opening celebration Monday, Dec. 11, 2017.

Flint, Michigan is changing the world. Again.


Development NewsWater sprayed on a demolition site creates a rainbow at at Clio and Pierson roads. This is one of six major commercial demolitions planned by the Genesee County Land Bank.

These 6 longtime Flint eyesores soon will be dust


In The NewsEIE Flint Community Schools

Looking for excellence in education? Look right here


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