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 January 25 panel featured resident Inez Taylor, Councilman Maurice Davis, Pastor McCathern, and Hidden Park adopter Linn Aikens.

On the Ground panel discussion: Civic Park is a story far from over


In The News Civic Park
Feature Story A 2018 5-year American Community Survey, found that approximately 3, 213 of Flint residents identified as having a hearing difficulty.

ASL advocate helps residents connect to Flint’s silent community


Feature Story Today, Brenda Brown has a full to-do list for 2020 including authoring another book titled Single Mother Syndrome | By Choice or By Design | An Open Dialogue estimated to be released in May 2020.

Q&A: How author Brenda Brown died — and lived to tell the tale


Feature Story Best Food Forward giveaway Oct. 29 at McMonagle Elementary.

How schools are closing out 2019 with holiday generosity


In The News Flint Candle Co. was one of 40 vendors showcased during the 12th Annual Holiday Craft Market at the Flint Masonic Temple.

Last-minute Flint holiday shoppers guide


Innovation News Asa Zucarro, executive director of the Latinx Technology and Community Center on Lewis Street, speaks to a crowd at a public showing of The Water Box on Monday, December 2.

How the Water Box is fostering community trust across Flint


In The News “The way to right wrongs is to turn the light of truth upon them.” ― Ida B. Wells-Barnett

A letter from Flintside's new managing editor


Feature Story kids in pilot school

New pilot program offered to Genesee County kids


Feature Story pickard image

How one of Flint's own made it: William Pickard shares his story


In The News Grand Blanc High School graduates at their 2019 commencement.

Program to help Genesee County students, parents seek college aid


In The News Local muralist Charlie Boike painting a mural of Claressa Shields on the side of Julie's Pawn shop on 2820 South Saginaw for Flint's Free City Mural Festival on Saturday, October 12.

Flint's 22-mural grand finale 'is history in the making'


In The News Kettering University Founders Week 7

Kettering University Founders' Week features top 25 employers


Feature Story Shay Oliver will show her fourth collection "Dream Out Loud" at Vancouver Fashion Week on Oct. 13, 2019.
In The News Flint's Civic Park neighborhood soon will be home to a 4-acre farm and orchard.

Large urban farm and orchard planned in north Flint


In The News "Isn't she beautiful?" says Linn Aikens, who led efforts to cleanup Civic Park's Hidden Park — and thanks to some help, succeeded in a single summer.

Help pours in for woman cleaning up Flint's Hidden Park


In The News South African delegates and UM-Flint professor Otrude Moyo  visit Convoy of Hope Saturday as part of their study of Ubuntu in Flint.

South African academics visit Flint to see Ubuntu at work here


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