Jake Carah

Jake Carah is a Flint native who has been working since 2010 as a photographer, reporter, and documentary filmmaker.  
In The News100 years after being founded, this original building remains the main academic building at Kettering University.
In The NewsDominic Berishaj opened Dom's Place on Flint's westside in September with help from his family, which owns the nearby Captain Coty's restaurant.

20-year-old Flint entrepreneur opens next generation diner


In The NewsLauren Stansburry, a friend and classmate of McKenna's, receives the first Beauty Bar Box at Hurley Hospital.
Feature Story10.	Lenwood Hayman jokes along with fellow volunteer Jana Blagg who works at the Grand Blanc West Middle School pantry.

Love, love, love: Flint celebrates MLK through service


Feature StoryTammie Mathis opened Tee's Plentiful Salads in June 2018 — and offers 65 salad varieties at her booth in the Flint Farmers' Market.

Tee's Plentiful Salads: Not your average rabbit food


Feature StoryRev. Dr. Tommy McDoniel has brought commercial farming operation, a cafe, and a health and wellness to the city of Flint.

See inside Pastor Tommy's vision for a better Flint


Feature StoryKettering University students are helping to use technology to reduce irrigation costs for the Asbury hoophouse.
In The NewsInternationally acclaimed artists Nomad Clan contributed to the murals now adorning the sides of Totem Books, one of many public projects popping up throughout Flint. 

Neighborhood murals bringing international artists to Flint


In The NewsJake Saldana opened Flint's first CrossFit gym in August on University Avenue.
Feature StoryKeysa Smith is owner of Spectacular Spudz in the Flint Farmers' Market.

Spectacular Spudz nabs Business of the Year award


In The NewsLaTashia M. Perry is the author of six books that help children celebrate being black and appreciate diversity.

Flint author pens sequel following 'Hair Like Mine' success


In The NewsDerrick Munson poses with his son Brandon, 6, during Donuts with Dad at Durant-Tuuri-Mott Elementary School in Flint.

Dads take the lead volunteering at Flint schools


In The Newseastside porches 1
Signup for Email Alerts