Sarah Spohn

Sarah Spohn is a Lansing native, but every day finds a new interesting person, place, or thing in towns all over Michigan, leaving her truly smitten with the mitten. She received her degrees in journalism and professional communications and provides coverage for various publications locally, regionally, and nationally — writing stories on small businesses, arts and culture, dining, community, and anything Michigan-made. You can find her in a record shop, a local concert, or eating one too many desserts at a bakery. If by chance, she’s not at any of those places, you can contact her at spohn9@gmail.com.

Development News “The Dow Runwalk is truly a community and regional event, one that people look to come out to year after year."

Dow RunWalk returns to celebrate healthy communities


Development News Transforming the flooded 2,000-square-foot space to a new, bright, clean store took months.

New party store offers fresh food on Poseyville


Development News Attendees are welcome to bring blankets, chairs, and picnics. Chairs are also provided on a first-come-first-served basis.
Development News Every Wednesday and Thursday, patrons can come into the building, pick up their holds, and browse a small section of materials that have been brought into the lobby.
Development News Many of the menu items are Martinez family recipes, passed down for generations. On occasion, homemade tamales by mother-in-law Irene are even on the menu.

New Midland restaurant offers Tex-Mex favorites


Feature Story creative360

Creative 360 receives funding for community-driven mural