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In The News“With the skills that I've learned with the CNC (manufacturing equipment), I've got three companies who are really interested and ready to hire me on the spot once I finish the program,” says Steve Terry, a student in MCC's Workforce Development Prog
Feature StoryJacquece Dent, 38, of Flint, tapes a large box full of food for a family holiday meal before it is loaded up and shipped out from the Food Bank of Eastern Michigan.

Filling boxes with food; Filling homes with comfort


In The NewsKirkwood 4
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


In The NewsNadia Alamah describes herself as a writer, wanderer and wearer of many hats. She gives artists a stage, creates opportunities for collaboration, and provides spaces for inspiration. 

Nadia Alamah: Putting Flint arts in the spotlight


Feature StoryFlint schools head football coach Chris Wilson played in the NFL before returning to his hometown to coach.
Feature Story  There is an inherent emotional reaction to this river, an integral part of the city and of our childhoods. And, yet, it still remains unknown by so many of us—and misunderstood by much of the world.  
In The NewsCrystal Pepperdine, executive director of Flint Handmade, says: “Creativity is one of the things that make people, people.”
In The NewsThe 2017 class of Diplomat Fellows pose with CEO Phil Hagerman.
In The News Food insecurity is a pervasive issue across the United States—one that has become an even more critical need in Flint in the wake of the water crisis. 
In The NewsLocal agencies now are recruiting to fill more than 80 paid AmeriCorps positions in the Flint area.

AmeriCorps looks to hire 80 for Flint programs


In The NewsChris Szumowicz found his second home for Wildroot Coffee at Woodside Church, remaining in the college and cultural neighborhood.

Wildroot Coffee finds second home at Woodside Church


In The NewsFlint Community Schools athletic director Jamie Foster shows off the look of the new unified Flint sports teams—which will be called the Jaguars.

Flint schools sports teams are now the Jaguars


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