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Report: Flint on Track to Have Lowest Homicide Total in 10 Years

The City of Flint is on track to have its lowest homicide total in ten years according to a new report.

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First ‘Operation: Fresh Start’ of 2015 Announced

The first 'Operation: Fresh Start' event of 2015 has been announced.

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State Accepts Flint Community Schools’ Revised Deficit Elimination Plan

The Michigan Department of Education has signed off on the Flint Community Schools' revised Deficit Elimination Plan.

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EM Announces Plan for Filling Council Vacancies

Flint Emergency Manager Darnell Earley announced plans on Friday for filling two vacancies on the Flint City Council.

In a news release from the city, six finalists have been named for the two open seats on council

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Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Flint Announce 2015 Bowling Fundraiser

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Flint have announced their Bowl For Kids' Sake 2015 community fundraiser.

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State Sen. Ananich Receives “Crime Fighter Award”

State Senator Jim Ananich (D-Flint) has been recognized for his efforts in fighting crime. Fight Crime: Invest in Kids Michigan - a statewide crime prevention non-profit organization led by more than 500 of the state's best-know police chiefs, sheriffs, prosecutors and crime survivors - honored Ananich with the "Crime Fighter Award" during a reception at the State Capitol

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City of Flint Announces New City Adminstrator

The City of Flint has announced a new city administrator. Natasha Henderson, City Manager and Chief Administrative Officer for the City of Muskegon Heights, was chosen from a field of 27 candidates

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City of Flint Announces Holiday Hours

Flint City Hall will be closed to the public for the upcoming holidays according to a news release from the city. City Hall will be closed:

  • On Christmas Eve and Christmas Day.
  • On New Year's Eve and New Year's Day.

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Hurley Children’s Hospital Wins $20,000, Another $20,000 Donated

Hurley Children's Hospital has won $20,000 after voting was suspended in a nationwide contest.

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C.S. Mott Foundation Awards $800,000 in Grants to Six Organizations

Christmas will come early this year for six organizations in Genesee County that help those struggling with their most basic needs this winter.

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