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In The NewsLouis Adams, 43, says Flint means family. He sees a community filled with optimism and caring for one another.

Louis Adams: What Flint means to me


Feature StoryDallis Gatlin has served as executive director of Carriage Town Ministries for the better part of a decade.
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 StoryAbout 800,000 travelers come through Bishop International Airport annually.

Bishop Airport ranks as third largest in Michigan


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.


In The NewsRichard Lipp created the plaster designs and Joe Katrinic, Jr., lead painting efforts to restore the Capitol Theatre in downtown Flint.
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Feature StoryFlint, MI - Tuesday, October 31, 2017: The Whaley Historic House Museum sits on Kearsley Street, along I-475, on a fraction of the land it was originally built on. Kearsley Street was home to many of the influential families of Flint including the Do
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


Development Newssouth flint community plan
In The NewsPaul Herring brings an eclectic and very local list of personalities and perspectives to the airwaves with Flint Our Voices at 92.1 FM.

Our Voices Radio: A distinctive Flint sounding board


In The NewsGreg Fiedler, president and CEO of the Greater Flint Arts Council, outside the GFAC gallery and offices on South Saginaw Street in Flint.

A look inside the Greater Flint Arts Council


In The News“All aboard,” calls Larry Coleman, conductor at Huckleberry Railroad, to usher guests to their seats for the 40-minute trip from Crossroads Village along the shore of Mott Lake and down the historic Pere Marquette railbed.

Huckleberry Railroad through the eyes of a conductor


Feature StoryFull-time employee Nicole Zepp assembles a Stormy Kromer vest.  Zepp says she has personally utilized almost every program offered at St. Luke's including New Paths, food pantry, employment prep, and the literacy program.
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