Youth sports help support community in 2019 Citywide Basketball League

Youth sports help support community in 2019 Citywide Basketball League

For those who love their city like Sean Croudy does, it’s more than just a game. As Flint’s Citywide Basketball League prepares to launch its first season since returning to the community after more than a decade, Croudy and other youth advocates say the program is a local institution. About 300 elementary through high school-aged […]

Local entrepreneur says style points are in the bag

Local entrepreneur says style points are in the bag

Natural flair led Tonya King to fill a niche in local fashion. As a teenager she went to modeling school and had some early experience participating in showcases, but personal taste is what paved the way for her career as a business owner. It started with a handbag she bought in the Lansing area. “I […]

Million-dollar crime reduction plan shows early signs of promise in North Flint

Million-dollar crime reduction plan shows early signs of promise in North Flint

Hamilton Community Health Network is pursuing a $1 million vision for North Flint. On the heels of its grant in the same amount from the U.S. Department of Justice’s Bureau of Justice Assistance, the community organization is receiving positive responses to “early action” initiatives designed to reduce crime. Recent events, including the “Love a Lot. […]

Furillostar celebrates first EP with Nov. 3 concert in Flint

Furillostar celebrates first EP with Nov. 3 concert in Flint

Feeling at a crossroads, Carl Franklin Jr. was frustrated. It was just months after the Flint performer, known to fans as Furillostar, released his mixtape, Dreamboy, last year, but his career wasn’t progressing the way he expected. “I felt like I was doing everything I could possibly do and wasn’t seeing any results,” he says. […]

Flint will help lead Michigan into the future of cyber security

Flint will help lead Michigan into the future of cyber security

Flint and other areas of Michigan could soon experience a cyber explosion – in the best kind of way. Small businesses, government employees, internet technology professionals and students from kindergarten through 12th grade will all see doors to information and opportunity opened with an initiative Gov. Rick Snyder is expected to announce today. Snyder is […]

A Candy Land in Flint? Sweet!

A Candy Land in Flint? Sweet!

Church isn’t a place typically associated with the fun and thrills that take place on Halloween night. In fact, some religions object to the traditions of a holiday often associated with ghosts, ghouls, fear and playful mischief. But few families or children object to the idea of safe, fun activities on Oct. 31. Word of […]

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