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In The NewsTracy Palmer is back with another first-of-its-kind event in Flint. This time, she's set out to spotlight black women in our community who are making a difference. 
In The NewsFlint Mayor Karen Weaver addresses the crowd gathered to celebrate the official launch of the Flint Registry Jan. 18, 2019, at the Flint Farmers' Market
Feature StoryMeleah Denson credits UM-Flint with giving her the support she needed to start a new career in nursing after her sister's death.

Tragedy helps UM-Flint graduate find new passion, career


Feature StoryTammie Mathis opened Tee's Plentiful Salads in June 2018 — and offers 65 salad varieties at her booth in the Flint Farmers' Market.

Tee's Plentiful Salads: Not your average rabbit food


In The NewsFunding is available to help Flint residents replace their water heaters.

Funding available to help Flint residents replace water heaters


In The NewsCherisse Bradley is founder of 'I Found My Voice' advocacy program and annual performance.

Essence magazine highlights work of Flint's own Cherisse Bradley


Feature StoryLocal skateboarders are raising money and making much needed repairs at the Flint Skatepark, which opened 10 years ago.

Meet the volunteers saving Flint's only skatepark


In The NewsTeressa Morris has been selling her baked yummies for more than a decade but opened her storefront just a year ago.

Check out Flint's Million Dollar Cookie at The Cookie Jar


In The NewsFlint Southwestern Classical Academy
In The News2018 graduates of Flint Southwestern Academy pose for a photo with Community School Director Mohammed Aboutawila after graduation in June.
In The NewsCourtesy photo

Painting party business opens new Flint storefront


Feature StoryFlint, MI - Thursday, June 7, 2018: Raven Hullum, 14, (left) and Erin Long, 17, creators of Loving Me Inc., have their photograph taken at the Flint Farmers' Market downtown.
In The NewsKristin Stevenson, of the City of Flint’s Planning and Development office holds a sign for the Flint Choice Neighborhoods Initiative, in downtown Flint.

$30-million development focuses on Flint 'choice'


In The News"Arts in Detention" is on display at Buckham Gallery through May 6.
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