Young farmers excited about working with communities
Sept. 30 2016
Millennials in agriculture see the need for more community involvement, said Emily Eisele, a 31-year-old member of the Michigan Young Farmer Coalition that helps beginning farmers network and learn from...
Sept. 30 2016
FRIDAY, Sept. 30 — A roundup of news from around the state, provided by our partners at Capital News Service. Follow the links for the full stories.Audit says inspectors need to recheck more school
Sept. 28 2016
Six years ago, Lansing Community College, the Allen Neighborhood Center and the Ingham County Lank Bank announced they would join hands to save this home, built in 1922, and another a few doors away as...
BWL walks a tightrope between power lines and tree lovers
Sept. 28 2016
In a road show familiar by now to Lansing area residents, the buzz of chainsaws and roar of service trucks drifted through a sleepy Lansing neighborhood south of Eastwood Towne Center for much of last...
Citing rates and health, Council approves BWL plan
Sept. 28 2016
In the end, a noisy coalition of preservationists, historians and tree lovers failed over nine months to persuade more than one Council member to oppose the Lansing Board of Water & Light’s plan...
Sept. 23 2016
A roundup of news from around the state, provided by our partners at Capital News Service. Follow the links for the full stories
BWL Central Substation clears a major hurdle at City Council
Sept. 22 2016
THURSDAY. Sept. 22 – The Lansing City Council will likely decide Monday night on the plan to put a power substation in Scott Park after a committee approved it today. WashingtonThe Planning and...
Sept. 21 2016
Taking its name from the use of the ancient architectural orders, the Neo-Classical Revival style traces its immediate origins to the extensive classical themes found in the pavilions at the 1893 World’s...
FOIA exemption for legislators, governor could be ended
Sept. 21 2016
For the first time in generations, the people of Michigan's right to know about the often opaque workings of their government could be broadened
Increased cost of life-saving drug ‘unconscionable’
Sept. 21 2016
“Follow the money.” A still common phrase initially imbedded into the national lexicon back in the wacky decade of the 1970s, the years of Machiavellian politicians, the end of the Vietnam...
Vote on BWL substation plan could happen this week
Sept. 21 2016
The Battle for Scott Park, which has pitted the Lansing Board of Water & Light against park lovers, environmentalists, preservationists and the Lansing Garden Club, could be decided as early as next Monday
Christman Co. joins historic fight to rescue the Cuban legacy of Ernest Hermingway
Sept. 21 2016
As a scrappy kid growing up in the Dominican Republic and later in Detroit, Manuel Martinez felt a kinship to Santiago, the never-say-die Cuban fisherman in Ernest Hemingway’s “The Old Man...
Sept. 16 2016
FRIDAY, Sept. 16 — A roundup of news from around the state, provided by our partners at Capital News Service. Follow the links for the full stories.Seats without candidates cause problems for school
Sept. 14 2016
Cathy Caswell of East Lansing was the only eagle-eyed observer to identify the detail in the Aug. 10 Eye for Design, found “on the front of St. John Student Church on MAC Avenue in East Lansing
Four new projects at LCC balance branding and blending
Sept. 14 2016
Four projects on the downtown campus of Lansing Community College smack of mystery, but collectively they tell the latest chapter of a familiar story
Zika scare health warning used for a department Facebook ‘joke’
Sept. 14 2016
The Bath Charter Township Police Department is using its official Facebook page to issue a false warning to the public to be wary of meth because it might be contaminated with the debilitating Zika virus
Prosecutor won’t press charges against LCC trustee candidate
Sept. 14 2016
Ingham County Clerk Barb Byrum asked the Mason Police Department to investigate Mathews for perjury after Mathews signed an affadavit of identity this year swearing she did not owe any campaign fines or...
County lists demands in return for $35 million in loan guarantees
Sept. 14 2016
Developers of the long-delayed $380 million Red Cedar Renaissance project said this week that they will agree to a bundle of pointed legal, environmental and tax provisions in exchange for Ingham County...
Sept. 9 2016
FRIDAY, Sept. 9 — A roundup of news from around the state, provided by our partners at Capital News Service. Follow the links for the full stories.Michigan legislature split on how to handle c
Device could pioneer protection network for Great Lakes water
Sept. 9 2016
A water-testing device making its freshwater debut in Lake Erie this month could lead to a network able to issue warnings of toxic algal blooms

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