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Located on the Flint river, some 70 miles northwest of Detroit, Flint is best known as the birthplace of General Motors. The area had a thriving carriage business at the turn of the century so it only made sense with advent of the motor vehicle that Flint became the center for manufacturing these new fangled machines.
Local Newspapers: Flint Journal
Local Sports Teams: Flint Generals (International Hockey League)
Local Colleges: University of Michigan Flint Kettering University
Zip Codes associated with flint, michigan:
48503 48504 48505 48506 48507 48532
Towns/Cities near flint, michigan : Burton Grand Blanc Swartz Creek Flushing Beecher Mt Morris Davison Goodrich
Doc wants Gov. Snyder to rebuke comments about Flint water crisis 'hype'
A Flint pediatrician says he's still waiting for Gov. Rick Snyder to rebuke comments made by a former state drinking water official who said city residents were hurt more by hype than elevated lead in their water. Dr. Lawrence Reynolds, who Snyder appointed to a task force that investigated the Flint water crisis, told state government officials in a Dec. 1 meeting that he remains concerned that comments by Bryce Feighner have gone uncorrected for seven months.See which Mid-Michigan parks and recreation projects will split nearly $4 million
The Michigan Natural Resources Trust Fund board announced recommendations Friday for how to spend more than $40 million on parks and recreation projects. The money from the Michigan Natural Resources Trust Fund comes from royalties the state collects on oil and natural gas royalties.Buckle your seatbelts for this year's Back to the Bricks car show, tour lineup
Flint-area car enthusiasts can buckle their seatbelts for another year of new Back to the Bricks car show activities. Before the main event rolls through downtown Flint in August, Back to the Bricks will host its third-annual "Chrome and Ice" winter car show in the Vehicle City this February before hitting the road in June for a statewide "Mighty Mac" promo tour.Flint mayor wants more data considered before cutting bottled water money
Flint's mayor says a top aide to Governor Snyder is willing to wait for more information before considering cutting funding for bottled water distribution in her city. The number of bottled water distribution sites around Flint shrunk from nine to four.World's Greatest Office Party to support Whaley Children's Center
The 33rd annual World's Greatest Office Party will be held Thursday, Dec. 7, from 6 p.m. to 11 p.m. at the Holiday Inn Gateway Centre in Flint to support Whaley Children's Center. The World's Greatest Office Party is one of three major annual events Whaley Children's Center hosts to help fund its nationally accredited residential and clinical programs for children who have suffered from abuse and neglect.Seun Kuti & Egypt 80 Announce New Album from Afrobeat Leaders
Seun Kuti & Egypt 80 will release their fourth album Black Times via celebrated UK label Strut Records on March 2, 2018. The youngest son of Afrobeat legend Fela Anikulapo Kuti is as incensed by injustice as his father and, with the new album, honors the revolutionaries who have gone before and rallies the torchbearers to come.The Depressing Reality of Nonfiction Christmas Movies
Welcome to Alt-Christmas , our week of articles dedicated to movies that we like to watch this time of year, especially if we're not entirely in the spirit of the season. here is a good reason why documentaries set at Christmas are so depressing.Obama's EPA Chief Lectures Scott Pruitt About Tackling Flint Water Scandal
A former EPA chief during former President Barack Obama's era harangued President Donald Trump's administration Tuesday for laying the groundwork for a recurrence of a water scandal like the one that hit a small Michigan city last year. EPA chief Scott Pruitt's willingness to allow states to regulate themselves could cause another Flint crisis, former agency chief Gina McCarthy said during a podcast episode of "Got Science?" She accepted some of the blame for the scandal, but believes her successor could compound the problem.After bullies break boy's arm during recess, lawsuit settled for $25K
A Flint non-profit has agreed to pay $25,000 to settle a lawsuit claiming lack of adult supervision during recess at a charter school it operates allowed bullies to "dog-pile" on a 10-year-old boy, breaking his arm and requiring surgery. Genesee County Circuit Judge Geoffrey Neithercut approved the settlement last month, directing the North Flint Reinvestment Corporation - which manages the Eagle's Nest Academy public charter school - to pay $25,000, covering attorney fees, additional costs and a $15,425.17 payout to the now 12-year-old boy.Flint police still investigating mayoral recall nearly month after vote
Nearly a month after Flint Mayor Karen Weaver swept the competition to keep her job in the Nov. 7 recall election, Flint police are still investigating the practices used to gather signatures to initiate the vote. On Monday, Dec. 4, the department confirmed that the criminal investigation into whether petitioners tricked some residents into signing a recall petition against Weaver is still ongoing.Genesee County retains three law firms, could sue Big Pharma over opioids
The county is preparing to take legal action against some companies that manufacture or sell painkillers by agreeing to retain three law firms to represent it. The Board of Commissioners took the action in a meeting Monday, Dec. 4, saying the problem of opioid abuse and addiction continues to grow and requires them to act.Pair face murder charges in gas station shooting; third suspect sought
A pair of Flint residents are charged with first-degree murder and police are searching for a third suspect in connection with the Nov. 28 shooting death of 29-year-old man. Kendrell Kendrick, 23, and Malik Johnson, 22, were arraigned Sunday, Nov. 3 in Genesee District Court on charges of first-degree murder, felony firearm, and carrying a concealed weapon after Lassina Djire was shot in the parking lot of the Marathon gas station on West Court Street near Beecher Road.Flint man dies, two critical after Lapeer County crash
A 20-year-old Flint man is dead and two other Flint residents remain in critical condition following a crash in rural Marathon Township. A Lapeer County Sheriff's deputy on a routine patrol spotted a vehicle driven by 20-year-old Tyler Caron heading east around 11 p.m. Friday, Dec. 1, on LeValley Road near Marathon Road in Columbiaville.Ohio firm eyes major steel plant in Michigan to serve automakers
A 220-acre beet farm owned by Durand farmer Levi Zdunic is part of the land purchase options being assembled for "Project Tim." Photo credit: Chad Livengood/Crain's Detroit Business An Ohio-based steel technology firm is eyeing nearly 1,000 acres of rural Michigan farmland to build a massive steel-making plant along Interstate 69 near Flint, Mich.Billion Dollar Babies' 'First Ever Live Show - Flint 1977' Now Available
Alice Cooper was undoubtedly one of the major rock artists of the 1970s and 80s. However, what is less well known is that originally the man now known as "Alice" was called Vince and he was the lead singer of a band called "Alice Cooper."Attorneys expect delay in court hearings for three Flint water defendants
A plea deal with one Flint water crisis defendant will likely delay preliminary examinations scheduled for Tuesday, Dec. 5, with three others. Special prosecutor Todd Flood said Monday, Dec. 4, that he is working with attorneys for Darnell Earley, Gerald Ambrose and Howard Croft to adjourn their exams "due to new information plea of Daugherty Johnson," the former utilities administrator for the city of Flint.Tree lighting, ice carving planned for Holiday Walk in Flint
A visit by Santa Claus and Christmas carols are some of the planned activities for the Holiday Walk at Flint Cultural Center. The free event is scheduled from 5:30 p.m.-8:30 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 5 and includes activities at The Whiting, Flint Public Library, Applewood, Flint Institute of Arts, Flint Institute of Music, Flint Youth Theatre, Longway Planetarium, Sloan Museum, and the Whaley Historic Museum.
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