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Flint School Board Approves Nearly $20 Million Loan

The Flint School Board approved borrowing up to $17 million in a special meeting held Wednesday night. According to ABC 12, the money is needed due to a cash shortage and would hold the district over until it receives its state aid check. The move comes less than a month after the district submitted a revised deficit elimination plan to the state asking for three more year

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Real Estate Blog Focuses on “29 Things to Know About Flint”

A nationwide real estate site is highlighting "29 things to know about Flint." According to MLive, Movoto has penned the new blog. MLive points out that it's promising for two reasons: Things are happening here and Flint is worth moving to. The list is somew

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Voters Likely to See Charter Amendments on November Ballot [Video]

Voters in Flint are likely to see five new amendments to the city charter when they go to the booths in November. The Blue Ribbon Committee on Governance submitted the amendments to the city clerk's office on Tuesday

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Flint Receives $150,000 Grant to Assist with Police, Traffic During Events

The City of Flint has received a $150,000 grant from the Charles Stewart Mott Foundation to help with public safety and traffic during events through the end of 2014.

The money will help with longstanding events beginning with Back to the Bricks and the Crim Festival of Races, but will also go to new festivals such as Bermudas on the Bricks and the Buckham Alley Fest

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Flint Enacts Special Events Curfew for Back to the Bricks Week

Flint Police Chief James Tolbert announced Monday that the newly enacted special events curfew will be in effect for the Back to the Bricks week of events. The curfew will be enacted beginning Tuesday and will extend until Sunday

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Heavy Rain, Minor Flooding Possible for Flint Area

Heavy rain and minor flooding are in the forecast for the Flint area today. According to MLive, the National Weather Service issued a hazardous weather outlook report. The potentially heavy downpours are likely after 2 p.m., however there is a chance of rain between 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. The repor

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Flint Fire Department Unveils New Fire Truck

The Flint Fire Department unveiled its newest fire truck on Thursday and put it into immediate use. The new truck was specifically for Flint with specification coming straight from the department. The $467,800 truck was paid for by a special Community Development Block Grant awarded to the city

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EM Denies Council Request for Special Meeting on Blue Ribbon Committee Report

Flint Emergency Manager Darnell Earley has denied a request from the city council for a special meeting to discuss the Blue Ribbon Committee's report. Earley blasted the majority of city council members who he said were so "egregious, unfair and obnoxious" the first time they met to discuss the report, that they wouldn't get a second time to do so

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Flint Police Activities League Announce New Football League for Kids

The Flint Police Activities League (Flint Pal) have announced the development of a new football league. The league will be open to all Flint kids between the ages of 7 and 12. A cheer leading program is also available for kids between 5 and 12-years-old

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Man Faces Murder Charges After Deadly Hit and Run in Flint

A Flint man is facing murder charges after hitting a man with his car and killing him. Authorities say 34-year-old Renaldo Presswood intentionally ran over 39-year-old Robert Mayers around 5:30 a.m

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