City of Flint responding to pop-up parties with additional enforcement 

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FLINT, Michigan—Mayor Sheldon Neeley today reminded all residents that gatherings of more than 100 people are NOT allowed per Gov. Gretchen Whitmer’s executive order. No festivals nor other large gatherings shall be permitted in the City of Flint, in accordance with the ...

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Water restored to East Court Street area after temporary service disruption

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FLINT, Michigan—Water service was temporarily disrupted to some households in the College and Cultural Neighborhood today. 

A contractor working on the East Court Street rehabilitation project broke a valve. Repair work required that water at the main be temporarily shut ...

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Flint to build Grand Traverse Greenway, a new 3-mile trail connecting Flint River and Genesee Valley trails

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FLINT, Michigan—A new, 3-mile, paved trail in the City of Flint is one big step closer to being  completed, thanks to a upcoming property acquisition by the City of Flint. Called the Grand Traverse Greenway, ...

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Mayor Neeley and Council President Galloway ask residents to be good neighbors and respect Flint’s fireworks laws

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FLINT, Michigan—Mayor Sheldon Neeley and City Council President Monica Galloway are teaming up to ask residents to be courteous of their neighbors and the elderly as they look to celebrate Independence Day.

The City of Flint, in general, ...

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Chief Phil Hart responds to Trump official’s baseless criticism of Flint PD

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FLINT, Michigan—A senior Trump official lumped Flint in with Minneapolis while wrongly claiming that the City of Flint is operating under out-of-date, use-of-force policies.

President Donald Trump issued an executive order on Tuesday that limits use of chokeholds to situations when ...

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