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In The NewsArt of Achievement

Honors bestowed on 18 Flint area business leaders


In The NewsHusband-wife team Spencer Ruegsegger and Kristy Bearse are planning to open an arcade bar inside the newly renovated Capitol Theatre in 2019.

New arcade bar set to open in downtown Flint in 2019


In The NewsUnited is adding a fourth flight from Flint's Bishop Airport to Chicago O'Hare (shown here).

United adds 4th flight to Chicago from Bishop International Airport


Feature StoryShift and Floradora opened in May in the corner space of the Capitol Theatre.

Downtown Flint seeing dramatic increase in retail businesses


In The NewsMike Walsh of Burton begins to paddle down the Flint River at Kayak Flint.

Here's why kayaking will return to the Flint River


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In The NewsAlley Fest returns to both Buckham and Brush alleys in downtown Flint this weekend. Pictured here: The main stage in 2017.

Alley Fest 2018 promises to be biggest yet


In The NewsThe Flint & Genesee Chamber of Commerce received a $235,000 grant to employ young people in local beautification efforts.

$235,000 grant helps employ teens to beautify Flint


In The NewsFlint Aerial View

'Be a Tourist in Your Hometown' returns for sixth year


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In The NewsAllegiant Airlines is adding two more direct flights from Flint.
In The NewsBack to the Bricks is one of several special events that draw thousands of people to downtown Flint over the summer. (File photo)

43 things to do this summer in Flint


In The NewsAn illustration of the under-construction Hyatt Place in Mundy Township.

$16-million Hyatt Place coming to Mundy Township


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 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.  
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In The NewsSafe and Active Genesee for Everyone works to make it easier for people to live more active lives by ensuring the community is formed around the idea of making activity accessible, safe, and easy.

Some SAGE advice on how to create a healthier community


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