Alexandria Brown

Alexandria Brown is a reporter, photographer and videographer for Flintside. She is serving as project editor for On the Ground in the Civic Park neighborhood and is a lifelong resident of Genesee County. A graduate of Powers Catholic High School, she went on to the University of Rochester in New York state, where she earned a bachelor's degree with a dual major in English/Communications and History and minor in Environmental Humanities. Alexandria especially loves photography and is also a classically trained pianist. 

In The News Volunteers gather on the playground equipment at Bassett Park for its grand opening July 27, 2019.
In The News “(My flag means) fun, family, and love.” —Malaya Gilbert, 5.

Civic Park Art Parade brings community celebration to the streets


In The News Gospel quartet 2+2 will perform during the Civic Park Centennial Gospel Celebration. Here they perform during the 2019 Heritage and Harmony festival.
In The News History on the Run is being planned in coordination with the Civic Park neighborhood's Crim Fit Training Group.
In The News St. Luke NEW Life Center

Flintside office hours set for St. Luke's NEW Life Center


In The News Civic Park neighborhood will host an Flint Public Art Project neighborhood art parade 5-8 p.m. July 25.
Feature Story A small portion of the seafood gumbo comes swimming in spicy sauce and loaded with crab, shrimp, and sausage.

Gumbo Trap is Flint's newest takeout place and it's fire


In The News Day 1 of the Heritage and Harmony Festival showcased acts from the gospel quartet 2+2 and the Flint Southernaires band.

Heritage and Harmony music festival continues July 3, 4


Feature Story Grand Blanc High School graduates at their 2019 commencement.

Genesee County grads nab more than $30 million in scholarships


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