Community Development

In The NewsMott Community College students Elexis Burton of Davison, Julian York of Flushing, and Jovan Brown of Mount Morris won top honors for their film, "The Sybil Atwood Awards."

Mott Community College students take top honors for 2 films


Feature StoryThe horseshoe shape is a key identifying characteristic of the Civic Park neighborhood.
Feature StoryThe sign is on the building and Woodside Church expects to open in new location in June 2019.
In The NewsClaressa Shields (center) introduces Jasmine Burrell to Pastor Robert McCathern at Joy Tabernacle Church. Burrell will lead the Clarissa Shields Community Project.
In The NewsA view from above Max Brandon Park, a 107-acre urban forest in Flint, in fall 2018.
In The NewsBrandon Corder is bringing the first ever major standalone event to Brush Park over Memorial Day weekend.
In The NewsAbout 800,000 travelers come through Bishop International Airport annually.

Additional daily flight to Chicago added at Bishop Airport


In The NewsBridge Over Troubled Water looks to raise $21.6 million to supply every Flint household with 40 gallons of water every week.

Joy Tabernacle Church home to new water delivery effort


In The NewsCivic Park
In The NewsA new 1-mile section of trail stretches from Chevrolet Avenue to Factory One, offering additional access to the Flint River and views of downtown Flint.
In The NewsMichigan Humanities announced Dr. Mona Hanna-Attisha's book "What the Eyes Don't See" is this year's Great Michigan Read
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