Entrepreneurship

In The News Dia Noble is a Beecher native, a Certified Extreme Execution Coach, and founder of Heir Of Worth.

Discovering the 'Journey To NO' with Dia Noble


In The News Andrew Rieder

MCC Fine Arts Gallery Welcomes Andrew Rieder


In The News Blueline Donuts is currently renovating the building on the corner of Garland and University, across from The Local Grocer.
In The News Flint hip-hop artist/DJ Brady Gozza stands holding a Jake the Flake vinyl record inside Jack's Record Stache in downtown Flint.
Feature Story Flint native graphic designer Jay Kay is the creator of the popular Flint Chibi Series illustrations.
In The News Flint Local 432 has served as a space for Flint community members and groups since 1985.

Flint Local 432 receives $19,500 in grant funding


Feature Story Flint native Randall Wilburn arranges a bouquet of roses from his new flower company that he dedicated to his father.

Business is 'blooming' for new flower company in Flint


In The News Detroit native Kirby Gwen is the newest voice of Flint's Z92.7 WDZZ-FM.

Get to know WDZZ's newest voice, Kirby Gwen


In The News Boss Lady Reesé at The 810 Flow event
Feature Story Music artist Tay Boogie stands confidently inside 501 Bar & Grill of downtown Flint.

The Year of Tay Boogie: The Recipe of Success


In The News Producer and filmmaker Calvin Ray focuses on mental health in the Black community in his new film 'Listen to the Silence.'
In The News The Flint & Genesee Group’s Art of Achievement Awards will be recognizing business excellence and community leadership in Flint and Genesee County.
Feature Story David Aaron, formerly known as Justin Daye, made a splash on the local music scene in the early 2010s but seemingly vanished from the city and music for several years.

"Capturing a sense of balance" through the life of David Aaron


Feature Story “I’m trying to get to a place where I can find all of myself in my music." Rap artist and podcast host Figga Da Kid is focused on work, music, and success.
In The News The Signal Boost talent competition is open for submissions for Flint youth, ages 14-23.