Kids and Education

In The NewsGeamill Gibson and her son buy produce using a doctor's prescription at the Flint Farmers Market.
In The NewsThe Flint Pride Festival will continue for its 9th year in Riverbank Park 2-8 p.m. Saturday, June 22.

Flint Pride Festival returns to downtown Flint for 9th year


In The NewsIsaiah Oliver talks through last-minute performance improvements with the Alpha Esquires just prior to the 2018 MLK Day Youth Tribute at Mt. Olive Missionary Baptist Church.
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In The NewsThe GISD Day of Giving included participation in the Flint Diaper Drive at ELGA Credit Union.
In The NewsHolmes Stem Academy
Feature StoryLinn Aikins stands at the entrance to Dougherty Park, which she has made her mission to cleanup.

One woman's fight to save Flint's hidden park


In The NewsIsla Hayes with UM-Flint ECDC teachers Jen Cozart (left) and Jessica Matusz during Double Dare Live at the Fox Theatre in Detroit.

A world class education, right here in Flint


In The NewsT-Pain will perform at 8 p.m. July 20 during Kettering's Centennial Fest. The show is free, but tickets are required.
In The NewsClaressa Shields will launch her community project with a free summer camp for Flint kids.

Sign up for Claressa Shields summer camp set for May 25


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


In The NewsMuseum-goers look at the platypus exhibit at The Robot Zoo in the Sloan Museum at Courtland Center.

Sloan Museum opens Robot Zoo exhibit at Courtland Center


Feature StoryThe horseshoe shape is a key identifying characteristic of the Civic Park neighborhood.
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