Southside

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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In The NewsA look at one of the 11 buildings being built as part of the $16.9 million Clark Commons, mixed-use development.
In The NewsThe leadership team at SIPI, which currently has contracts to provide training and to help local organizations build success.

Building Flint's social enterprise and investment systems


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In The NewsKala Wilburn is the woman behind the creation of Vehicle City Fashion Week, set for its sixth run Nov. 14-18, 2017.
In The NewsEIE Flint Community Schools

Looking for excellence in education? Look right here


In The NewsThe Amani Program "Children in Harmony" aims to build a lifetime of gender equity and empathy through music and emotional intelligence.

Using music to teach life lessons


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 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


Feature StoryAshley MacDermaid, aka, Ash Tray, races out of the pack past opponent blockers, becoming the lead jammer for the Flint City Derby Girls. The lead jammer can also end scoring against the opposing teams jammer during a two minute round.

Meet the tough girls who roll with Flint City Derby


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