Latesha Flowers

Latesha Flowers

Despite experiencing overwhelming challenges these past years, there are so many among us who are grateful for small blessings, and the joy that breaking bread and being together brings us over the holidays. This month, TheHUB celebrates the memories and food traditions we’re building together. Flint resident Latesha Flowers is most grateful for waking up […]

Clinton Peck

Clinton Peck

Despite experiencing overwhelming challenges these past years, there are so many among us who are grateful for small blessings, and the joy that breaking bread and being together brings us over the holidays. This month, TheHUB celebrates the memories and food traditions we’re building together. Bushels & Peck’s Produce Owner Clinton Peck is grateful for […]

Lottie Ferguson

Lottie Ferguson

Despite experiencing overwhelming challenges these past years, there are so many among us who are grateful for small blessings, and the joy that breaking bread and being together brings us over the holidays. This month, TheHUB celebrates the memories and food traditions we’re building together. This year, and every year, Lottie Ferguson, ardent youth champion […]

Flint’s resurgence is evident and the centerpiece of innovative campaign

Flint’s resurgence is evident and the centerpiece of innovative campaign

Positive signs of Flint’s resurgence are undeniable. Palpable energy and gritty determination are in evidence at every groundbreaking ceremony, neighborhood block club meeting, community activity and event we cover. While Flint still faces many struggles, it is certainly on the road to recovery. From its outstanding medical centers, colleges and universities, charitable, cultural and faith-based […]

Flint Neighborhood Engagement Hub’s new director will energize resident-led efforts

Flint Neighborhood Engagement Hub’s new director will energize resident-led efforts

Neighborhoods are the backbone of any community and, in Flint, they are the epicenter of its recovery efforts. Nowhere is the city’s community character and warmth more evident than in its neighborhoods. Residents showcase community strength and resilience. They are buoying community spirit and, yes, rebuilding their neighborhoods and their lives. The Neighborhood Engagement Hub […]

Fall ushers in mobile food pantry’s free harvest distribution

Fall ushers in mobile food pantry’s free harvest distribution

Fall might bring weather changes, but it won’t change the neighborhood rounds made by one of Flint’s most reliable sources of fresh, healthy groceries. Supported by the Food Bank of Eastern Michigan in Flint and the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services, the mobile food pantry will continue distributing goods rich in calcium, vitamin […]

TheHUB Flint launches its City Cars campaign

TheHUB Flint launches its City Cars campaign

It can fall into the “life-changing decisions” category. For better or worse, the vehicles we choose impact not only our daily routines and sense of convenience, but our long-term success and failures in everything from career options to credit scores. An affordable, used car can be a great investment by a single parent in need […]

Flint development organization needs votes to win $5,000

Flint development organization needs votes to win $5,000

Helping address housing challenges is the goal of an organization now in need of help from the city it serves. Communities First, Inc. is eligible to receive $5,000 in grant funds through a statewide Investing in Communities program, sponsored by Independent Bank, but winning the award depends on votes. Communities First is responsible for affordable […]