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In The NewsSoul Foundry is the brain-child of Flint’s own Ashley Peacock. It is a recording studio crafted by hometown hands and showcasing hometown talent. 

Nationwide debut of Flint musician's 'Revolution' set for Friday


In The NewsGabriel Stone, 22, of Lapeer, (left) works on a project binder for a client at 100k Ideas. As a project manager, Stone assists inventors and innovators through the process of making their ideas a reality.
In The NewsAn artist rendering of the new 65,000-square-foot addition to the Murchie Science Building on UM-Flint's campus.
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Flint Water Crisis authors headline Flint Literary Festival


In The NewsStudents at Mott Community College study in one of the campus biology labs.
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Physician Assistant Department added at UM-Flint


In The NewsAlex and Natalie Kadie own Eight Ten Nail Bar in downtown Flint.

Eight Ten: Tough as nails and investing in Flint


In The NewsCherisse Bradley is founder of 'I Found My Voice' advocacy program and annual performance.
In The NewsThe exhibit "Race: Why Are We So Different?" includes several hands-on exhibits.
In The NewsJason Trice opened his Bedrock Apparel storefront in August at the Capitol Theatre.
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In The NewsPanelists at the first Flint Literature Festival in 2017.
Feature StoryJason Flowers, an anesthesia student at UM-Flint, developed a potentially life-saving invention.
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 NewsAlice Barnett, Flint Registry coordinator, is shown here in the Flint Registry office, located in the MSU building in downtown Flint

Looking for work? Flint Registry is hiring


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.
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