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In The News Flint Mayor Karen Weaver addresses the crowd gathered to celebrate the official launch of the Flint Registry Jan. 18, 2019, at the Flint Farmers' Market.

Flint Registry plans summer kick off events


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Movies Under the Stars returns to Flint with 4 free shows


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Flint's City Wide Juneteenth Celebration set for June 14-19


In The News Applewood is open for the 2017 season 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Thursdays through Sundays from May 4 through October 29. Parking, admission, and activities are always free.
In The News The founding members of a group of women who are leaders in Flint's religious community.

Flint first ladies come together as united force


In The News Neighborhood Block Grants allow funding to be funneled to small, grassroots groups.
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Michigan's 'Clean Slate' initiative looks to Flint for support


In The News Tracy Palmer is back with another first-of-its-kind event in Flint. This time, she's set out to spotlight black women in our community who are making a difference. 
Feature Story Raquel Thueme
In The News Flint Mayor Karen Weaver addresses the crowd gathered to celebrate the official launch of the Flint Registry Jan. 18, 2019, at the Flint Farmers' Market.
Feature Story 10.	Lenwood Hayman jokes along with fellow volunteer Jana Blagg who works at the Grand Blanc West Middle School pantry.

Love, love, love: Flint celebrates MLK through service


In The News Funding is available to help Flint residents replace their water heaters.

Funding available to help Flint residents replace water heaters


Feature Story Rev. 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


Feature Story Kettering University students are helping to use technology to reduce irrigation costs for the Asbury hoophouse.
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