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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.

Population: 124943
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

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Flint Water Switch Led to Legionnaires' Cases

While the risk of Legionnaires' disease could be rare, it should never be too far from the minds of maintenance and engineering managers within commercial and institutional facilities. Most of the more than 90 Legionnaires' disease cases during the deadly 2014-15 outbreak in the Flint, Mich., area were caused by changes in the city's water supply - and the epidemic may have been more widespread than previously believed, according to two studies published in the Detroit News .

Flint water prosecutors about to rest in preliminary exam for DHHS director

Special prosecutors are about to rest their case in the preliminary examination for Nick Lyon, the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services director charged with involuntary manslaughter for his role in the Flint water crisis. Prosecutor Todd Flood told Genesee District Judge David Goggins Friday, Feb. 16, that he's finished calling witnesses in the preliminary examination case against Lyon, a member of the governor's cabinet and highest-ranking of 11 remaining water crisis defendants.

The flu is poking holes in hospital cybersecurity, and a shot can't save you

When it comes to cybersecurity breaches , we tend to think of large corporations or governmental institutions that hold vast amounts of personal data. However, hospitals and medical centers are organizations that hold onto thousands of personal records.

INSPIRE Leadership speaker series kicks off 2018 series Feb. 22

Professionals from throughout the region will share their stories, expertise and insights during INSPIRE Leadership, a speaker series from the Flint & Genesee Chamber of Commerce that launches Feb. 22. The year-long series, sponsored by Diplomat, will feature six thought-provoking talks that aim to inspire leadership in Flint and Genesee County. Each leader will have one hour to share his or her ideas and lessons learned, as well as answer questions from the audience.

Families with missing loved ones seek answers at Flint DNA event

The fun-loving 38-year-old Laquandra Shavonne Slater enjoyed spending time with relatives and socializing too much not to come to their homes for a visit or stop at her father's house for his birthday or holidays. But in late November 2016, all communication with Slater stopped after she was in contact with a friend Slater doesn't know and the worrying set in.

UM report: Gov. Snyder bears 'significant legal responsibility' for Flint water crisis

Gov. Rick Snyder "bears significant legal responsibility for the crisis based on his supervisory role over state agencies," a new report from the University of Michigan School of Public Health and others says. The report -- "Learning from the Flint Water Crisis: Protecting the Public's Health During a Financial Emergency" -- also concludes the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality had the legal power to have prevented the crisis but failed to do so and that local government's ability to respond was crippled by the state's emergency manager law.

HUD in continued talks with Flint over grant spending plan

A federal agency is in continued talks with the city of Flint after raising questions regarding the city's shifting of $442,000 in community grant dollars last month. In late January, the Flint City Council voted to send a total of $442,000 in unspent federal Community Development Block Grant dollars to purchase a new city fire truck, repair the roof of a city business center and help the North Flint Reinvestment Corporation buy an undisclosed building on Flint's north side.

Bad buckets of Bolognese sauce and other violations at Flint-area restaurants

Below is a list of Genesee County restaurants that had "priority" or "priority foundation" violations, according to health department reports.

Bud, not Buddy Gets Live Jazz Support

Bud, Not Buddy is adapted from the children's book by Christopher Paul Curtis which won the Newberry Medal in 2000. It tells the story of a ten-year-old African-American boy who flees a foster home in Flint, Michigan, to go in search of his father.

Meet the Couple Building a Literary Empire

Ashley Antoinette and JaQuavis Coleman first met as teenagers in Flint, Michigan, while living in one of the roughest neighborhoods in the country. Soon, they were turning their stories together into books, writing about experiences they didn't see reflected in media.

Thrown out: Flint woman's ticket dismissed, undercover officer gets a lesson

Ultimately, a Genesee County Magistrate said there's no proof Jeneyah McDonald screeched her tires at the intersection of Dort Highway and Lapeer Road. The Flint Mom was pulled over by an undercover Flint Police officer in November 2017 and handed a ticket for 'an improper start with screeching tires'.

Photo Flash: First Look At Flint Youth Theatre's Akeelah and the Bee

Michigan's Professional Theatre for Young Audiences presents "Akeelah and the Bee," based on the screenplay by Doug Atchison and adapted for the stage by Cheryl L. West . Performances begin Saturday, February 10 and run through Sunday, February 25. Tickets are now on sale.

UM-Flint to host free performance by Step Afrika! dance group

Residents are invited to a free community performance this week by a popular Washington, D.C-based step dance group. The group Step Afrika! is set to perform beginning at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 14 at the University of Michigan-Flint Theater, 327 E. Kearsley St., in downtown Flint as part of the university's Black History Month activities.

Competitors pound down paczki at Flint-area Fat Tuesday eating contests

Residents, business owners, and at least one politician sat down Tuesday, Feb. 13, at VG's Grocery in Davison Township and Bueche's Food World in Flushing to find out who could eat the most calorie-packed Polish treats before the clock hit zero. Bridgeport resident Russ Buck swept into the Flushing store and dusted the competition by downing five paczki in three minutes during the first-ever eating competition hosted by the Flushing Area Chamber of Commerce.

Vic Mensa Details Flint Water Crisis Efforts Ahead Of AT&T Audience Network Concert

Vic Mensa is the next Hip Hop artist to perform for the AT&T Audience Network concert series. Ahead of the performance, the outspoken Chicago rapper detailed his experiences in Flint, Michigan last year when he went to help with the city's long-running water crisis.

Marc Edwards receives 2018 AAAS Scientific Freedom and Responsibility Award

Marc Edwards, a civil and environmental engineer whose team documented lead contamination in the water supply of Flint, Mich., has been awarded the 2018 Scientific Freedom and Responsibility Award from the American Association for the Advancement of Science . Edwards, University Distinguished Professor and the Charles P. Lunsford Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering at Virginia Tech, was recognized by AAAS for his efforts "to apply his engineering expertise to revealing dangerous levels of lead contamination in water supplies."

Unsafe Water Found in Faucets Across the U.S.

Flint, Mich., isn't the only American city where the water hasn't been safe to drink, new research suggests. Almost 8 percent of community water systems are plagued by health-based violations of water quality standards in any given year, the study found.

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