Higher rents squeeze low income workers
Oct. 9 2015
LANSING – Real estate experts across the state say the cost of renting a home is rising and the trend toward higher rent will only continue
Project seeks to transform neglected corner
Oct. 7 2015
An $8 million, five-story mixed-use development, partially plated with stainless steel left over from the construction of the Eli and Edythe Broad Art Museum, is set to go up at the southwest corner...
A moralizing scold, but for the left
Oct. 7 2015
Here's my problem with Bernie Sanders
Oct. 7 2015
With the arrival of autumn, this might be an ideal time to visit the fish ladder in Lansing’s Burchard Park
Sanders support building swiftly in mid-Michigan
Oct. 7 2015
Presidential hopeful Bernie Sanders is taking “grassroots” to a whole new level with hundreds of groups nationwide working to spread the word, raise money and get Sanders on the ballot
Statue of religious figure to be removed from Pattengill
Oct. 7 2015
Wanted: A new home for a saint
City of East Lansing rolls out new recycling initiatives
Oct. 7 2015
WEDNESDAY, Oct. 7 — The City of East Lansing is hoping to give the phrase “go green” a whole new meaning with its new and improved curbside recycling program. Beginning this week, the...
Hussain supporters to file complaint against Capitol Region Progress
Oct. 6 2015
TUESDAY, Oct. 6 — Southwest Lansing resident Elaine Womboldt said she is “troubled” by the negative mailers and robocalls landing in her mailbox and voicemail
$8 million project seeks to transform neglected East Lansing corner
Oct. 2 2015
FRIDAY, Oct. 2 — An $8 million, five-story mixed-use development, partially plated with stainless steel left over from the construction of the Eli and Edythe Broad Art Museum, is set to go up a
Candidates respond to Citizens Concerned questionnaire
Oct. 1 2015
THURSDAY, Oct. 1 — four of the six candidates running for three seats on the East Lansing City Council responded to a questionnaire from East Lansing Citizens Concerned
Public asking questions as deadline approaches on millage proposal
Oct. 1 2015
THURSDAY, OCT. 1 — The Lansing School District took questions and addressed concerns from parents and residents at a public meeting last night
Pope Francis, John Boehner and the political process
Sept. 30 2015
The visit by Pope Francis to America offered an extraordinary lesson in leadership
Voters asked to amend Charter to cap contracts
Sept. 30 2015
After Board of Water & Light General Manager Peter Lark was fired last winter, residents and leaders of Lansing were appalled by the contract payout provisions approved by the citizen board
With four seats up, candidates work to differentiate themselves
Sept. 30 2015
As absentee voters receive their ballots, which were mailed Friday, the candidates for Lansing City Council are working to create clear distinctions among themselves
City Council candidates weigh in on Park District blight
Sept. 30 2015
It’s hard to miss the massive blighted buildings that take up entire city blocks in East Lansing on the corner of Abbot Road and Grand River Avenue, stretching onto Evergreen Avenue
Legal, but untraceable political spending hits Third Ward race
Sept. 30 2015
Third Ward Council challenger Adam Hussain is being targeted by an outside organization with a mailer and a robocall that are accusing him of being a puppet of his mother — First Ward Council woman...
Questionnaires conducted by Lansing's League of Women Voters.
Sept. 30 2015
Questionnaires conducted by Lansing's League of Women Voters.The eight-member Lansing City Council is the legislative and policy-making body for city government. Elections are held in odd-numbered...
Sept. 30 2015
Three more lawsuits have emerged against Lansing City Councilwoman A’Lynne Boles, whose reelection efforts were already being hampered by publicity over two suits filed against her this year
Michigan’s ag exports to China skyrocket
Sept. 29 2015
LANSING — In the past five years, more and more of Michigan’s dairy products and prepared fruits and vegetables
Shadowy political group produces robocalls attacking Hussain, Washington
Sept. 28 2015
MONDAY Sept. 28 — The mailing of absentee ballots, which happened Friday in Lansing, also coincided with robocalls in the First and Third wards

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