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In The NewsDr. Mona Hanna-Attisha presents the 1,000th 'Born to Read' bundle to Melody, the daughter of Joy McGee and Delon McGowan, on Dec. 7, 2018.

1,000th Flint newborn receives 'Born to Read' bundle


Feature StoryRev. Dr. Tommy McDoniel has brought commercial farming operation, a cafe, and a health and wellness to the city of Flint.

See inside Pastor Tommy's vision for a better Flint


In The News2018 Holiday Wish list

How to help those who help the most: 2018 Holiday Wish List


In The NewsArt of Achievement

Honors bestowed on 18 Flint area business leaders


In The News"Love Jacked" is the final film in the African-American Film Series presented by Communities First, Inc.

African-American Film Series returns to Flint for 4th season


Feature StoryScott Middle School students push a delivery of supplies gifted through the Flint Classroom Supply Fund through the newly reopened school.
In The NewsStudents at Scott Middle School check out the new instruments provided through VH1 Save the Music Foundation.

VH1 Save the Music comes to Scott Middle School in Flint


In The NewsRandi Novak helped start a local chapter of Hope Not Handcuffs to help addicts in Genesee and Lapeer counties.

An angel of hope for addicts


In The NewsTeam Metro

Small Business Info Fair to highlight local resources


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

'Learning Days' will keep students sharp through summer


Feature StoryFlint, MI - Tuesday, June 19, 2018: Burton resident and director of the Hispanic Technology and Community Center of Flint, Asa Zuccaro (26) has his photograph taken in front of a large mural on the outside of the building at the Hispanic Technology a

See how this 26-year-old is changing Flint


In The NewsSylvester Broome Empowerment Village Executive Director Maryum Rasool gives a speech at the Sylvester Broome Empowerment Village Friday, June 29, 2018 in Flint.
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.
In The NewsCommunity leaders and dignitaries broke ground on Tuesday, June 26, 2018, on the Flint Cultural Center Academy, a charter school being built through a $35 million donation from the Charles Stewart Mott Foundation. This image shows the east facade of
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