Sustainability

In The NewsJuneteenth

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


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 NewsA view from above Max Brandon Park, a 107-acre urban forest in Flint, in fall 2018.
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 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
Feature StoryThis image shows the finish line of a Soap Box Derby Race at Donald R. Cronin Soap Box Derby Downs behind Southwestern Academy.

Flint Soap Box Derby races to return this summer


In The NewsLongway Park

200 trees to be planted in Flint's Longway Park


In The NewsApplewood 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 NewsLeeRoy Wells Jr., vice president of operations support for Consumers Energy; Glenn WIlson, president and CEO Communities First Inc.; and Kyle McCree, community affairs area manager for Consumers pose with a check that will fund the Coolidge Community
In The NewsThe logo for the Civic Park centennial celebration is unveiled during a launch party March 9, 2019 at Joy Tabernacle Church.

Civic Park launches centennial celebration


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