City Council to vote on letting voters decide on selling Scott house
Aug. 5 2016
FRIDAY, Aug. 5 — The Lansing City Council will decide Monday whether to ask voters in November if the house in Scott Park should be sold and moved to make room for a controversial power substation
Aug. 3 2016
The “Grove” from which this home’s street takes its name refers to a wooded area within the College Grove subdivision that was originally to be preserved as park. The subdivision was...
Remembering two nights of rioting on the west side 50 years ago
Aug. 3 2016
Civil unrest erupted in dozens of American cities in the 1960s. Fifty years ago this week, on Aug. 7 and 8, 1966, it was Lansing's turn
Behind Dunnings’ plea: politics and rigged justice
Aug. 3 2016
Bernie Sanders is talking about income inequality when he growls that “the system is rigged,” but his complaint is just as valid for the “justice” system
City's proposed marijuana law would cripple dispensaries
Aug. 3 2016
Lansing has an estimated 70 marijuana-oriented businesses scattered throughout the city. In just a few months, many of them could disappear
Morgan drops out, throws support to Azima
July 29 2016
FRIDAY, Sept. 30 — The race for the Board of Trustees at Lansing Community College is down to five candidates for four positions after one dropped out today. MorganThomas Morgan, a communications...
Candidate claims she didn’t get letters telling her she had violated election law
July 29 2016
FRIDAY, July 29 — An attorney representing a Lansing Community College Board of Trustees candidate accused of making false claims on an election document said yesterday his client “did not...
LCC candidate being investigated for perjury over campaign papers
July 28 2016
THURSDAY, July 28 — A Lansing Community College trustee candidate committed perjury by filing false campaign information before a notary public, Ingham County Clerk Barb Byrum alleged today
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July 27 2016
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Gilbert on ballot despite exiting race
July 27 2016
Actress Melissa Gilbert vowed in May that she was quitting her congressional bid to unseat U.S. Rep. Mike Bishop, R-Rochester, due to health reasons and local Democrats have Macomb County assistant prosecutor...
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July 27 2016
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July 27 2016
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New jail, regional cooperation and park funds top the list
July 27 2016
Two openly gay men are vying to move onto the November ballot as the Democratic candidate for the Second County Commission District. It’s the first time in Ingham County history that two out gay...
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July 27 2016
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July 27 2016
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Hopefuls differ on growth, CATA Bus Rapid Transit
July 27 2016
For Meridian Charter Township primary voters, it's pick a side or stay neutral
Political civility is standard
July 27 2016
Scandal, outrage and political frustration are three things you won’t find in Delhi Township, or at least in the race for supervisor. In fact, in a time where political civility seems to be a thing...
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July 27 2016
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Former board chairman versus political first-timer
July 27 2016
In District 10, which is the east side ofLansing plus parts of Lansing Township and East Lansing, incumbent McGrain faces off against from Robert O. Pena, — a longtime politician versus a community...
East Town / The Creole / Blue Owl Coffee Co.
July 27 2016
Lansing’s normally subdued Eastside Neighborhood was rattled by massive demolition work as two big construction projects got underway earlier this week. Concrete work began at 2101 E. Michigan Ave.,...

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