COVID19

Feature Story Geamill Gibson and her son buy produce using a doctor's prescription at the Flint Farmers Market.
In The News The FCS Class of 2020 received more than $80,000 in scholarship money, with acceptance to schools such as the University of Michigan, Michigan State University, and Western Michigan University, to name a few.
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Feature Story Lynn remembered having come into contact with someone who had expressed having flu-like symptoms, which led Lynn to believe that she too had the flu. But as the days went on, Lynn recalls enduring extreme discomfort.

Flint woman speaks on her 28-day fight with Covid-19


In The News In a collaborative effort, Genesee Health System will be operating the Behavioral Health Emergency Center program supported by Hurley’s Emergency Department where they plan to address the needs of the entire community.
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$262,500 granted to help black businesses reopen in Flint


In The News Students prepare for a food tasting.
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Local task force formed for racial equity in Covid-19 response


In The News Nonprofits are known to rely on social events for fundraising, which can present obstacles with social distancing efforts taking priority for Covid-19 responses.
Feature Story Flint is his hometown and this isn’t his first go-round with engaging his city in the census process. The goal, Turner said, is to ultimately exceed expectations no matter what.
In The News 100 years after being founded, this original building remains the main academic building at Kettering University.
Feature Story In 2018 there were 2,440 recorded victims of domestic violence in Genesee County according to Michigan Incident Crime Reporting.
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10 homey ways to ditch family cabin fever during quarantine


Feature Story Cole Wharton is a Flintside contributor based in Holly.

ESSAY: Watching ‘Rona through a kaleidoscope


Feature Story We the People, COVID-19, Mutual Aid
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