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Lt. Governor Gilchrist Announces Federal Program to Lower Cost of High-Speed Internet
Lt. Governor Gilchrist Announces Federal Program to Lower Cost of High-Speed Internet

Lt. Governor Gilchrist Announces Federal Program to Lower Cost of High-Speed Internet

Residents are eligible to receive discounts on internet service and devices. Lt. Gilchrist II and the Connecting Michigan Taskforce are encouraging Michigan families to sign up for a new federal program to help lower the cost of high speed internet service, which...

April 2021Community InfoGardening
Hoop Dreams
Hoop Dreams

Hoop Dreams

What would March be like (Yes, I know this is the April edition) without a story about hoops? (Stay with me here…) But I’m not talking about basketball. I’m talking about hoop houses! You’ve seen them all over town. Perhaps a neighbor has one and you thought how...

April 2021Community InfoLiteracy and Education
Over 200,000 Books distributed through Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library to Flint Kids
Over 200,000 Books distributed through Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library to Flint Kids

Over 200,000 Books distributed through Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library to Flint Kids

The water crisis and the pandemic have changed so many things in life, but if your child is enrolled in Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library, the program for children from birth to their 5th birthday, the monthly arrival of a book in the mailbox is one thing Flint...

April 2021Community InfoLiteracy and Education
Habitat for Humanity’s LISC Financial Opportunity Center Good Neighbor Grant Award
Habitat for Humanity’s LISC Financial Opportunity Center Good Neighbor Grant Award

Habitat for Humanity’s LISC Financial Opportunity Center Good Neighbor Grant Award

Genesee County Habitat for Humanity, in partnership with LISC, operates the LISC Financial Opportunity Center (FOC), where Genesee County residents can receive financial coaching free of charge. Heston and Celeste discovered the FOC while attending a Show Me the...

April 2021City of FlintCommunity Info
Coming Soon To a Location Near You! The Best Part is That YOU Get to Help Choose Where!
Coming Soon To a Location Near You! The Best Part is That YOU Get to Help Choose Where!

Coming Soon To a Location Near You! The Best Part is That YOU Get to Help Choose Where!

Last year at this time the Community Foundation of Greater Flint graced us with a grant to help with this newspaper. Then Covid 19 hit and it became necessary to amend the grant request because, suddenly, many of our distribution points were closed and many remain...

City of FlintCommunity InfoMarch 2021
Flint Lead Free 2021 Report Highlights Positive Trends and over $53M in Economic Benefits
Flint Lead Free 2021 Report Highlights Positive Trends and over $53M in Economic Benefits

Flint Lead Free 2021 Report Highlights Positive Trends and over $53M in Economic Benefits

Flint Lead Free has released its 2021 report with the goal of sharing the widespread community efforts to reduce lead exposure, highlighting progress from new investments and partnerships, and demonstrating the positive impact on the Flint community. A workgroup of...

Community InfoJanuary 2021
Pitch for $K
Pitch for $K

Pitch for $K

Pitch For $K is designed to foster the entrepreneur mindset in Flint & Genesee County, along with creating an inclusive support system to assist individuals in moving their idea, product, or business forward. If you have an idea for a business or product, we...

Community InfoDecember 2020Literacy and Education
Flint Public Library Open @ Courtland Center
Flint Public Library <em>Open</em> (closed until Dec 8) @ Courtland Center

Flint Public Library <em>Open</em> (closed until Dec 8) @ Courtland Center

You can browse books and movies, use public computers, research genealogy and use our reference materials. You'll find our temporary location at Courtland Center (4190 E. Court St., Burton). Visitors should use the main entrance (Entrance A) and then look for the...

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