Koenig tells panel she was tardy on taxes
Jan. 30 2015
FRIDAY, JAN. 30 — Ingham County Commissioner Carol Koenig, who is seeking the register of deeds post, said Thursday she has been late or delinquent at times on property taxes
Koenig delinquent on Lansing property tax payments
Jan. 29 2015
THURSDAY, JAN. 29 — Ingham County Commissioner Carol Koenig, a finalist for register of deeds, may have unpaid property taxes on three properties she used to own in the city of Lansing
Criticism mounts even before Bernero has spelled out his plans for the Lansing Board of Water & Light
Jan. 28 2015
When Virg Bernero takes the stage Thursday night at Lansing Community College, it will be to deliver perhaps the most anticipated State of the City address in his 10-year tenure as mayor. Folks will be...
Jan. 28 2015
Leota and Talbert Adams were inspired to build this mid-century home while traveling abroad. During a flight over the Atlantic, they spied the shadow of their plane in the clouds below. Upon their return,...
When a big fish is canned, attorney George Brookover is on the case
Jan. 28 2015
In January 1954, George Brookover was perched on his dad´s shoulders, watching the big political fish go by on their way to the second-term inauguration of Michigan Gov. G. Mennen "Soapy" Williams....
BWL resolution exposes anew City Council’s failure to communicate
Jan. 28 2015
The firing of J. Peter Lark as head of Lansing Board of Water and Light neatly sets the theme for the dramatic comedy that will play out in City Hall over the coming year. The first act certainly had...
Three finalists chosen for Ingham County Register of Deeds
Jan. 27 2015
Three finalists were chosen for the Ingham County Register of Deeds post today, Derrick Quinney, Carol Wood and Carol Koenig
Bella and Buddy most popular dog names in Ingham County
Jan. 27 2015
TUESDAY, JAN. 27 — Step aside Spot. Make room for Bella and Buddy. Those are the most popular dogs names in Ingham County, according to the Ingham County Treasurer’s Office.
Lansing School Board member subject of criminal investigation
Jan. 22 2015
THURSDAY, JAN. 22 – Nicole Armbruster, who resigned Monday from the Lansing Board of Education, is under criminal investigation by the Lansing Police Department, sources tell City Pulse. Sources,...
In last week´s City Pulse, former Ingham County Commissioner Mark Grebner cast a negative light on south Lansing. Here are two responses.
Jan. 21 2015
It’s hard to tell a story about a place and a population that the would-be storyteller doesn’t know. This has to be why — in last week’s City Pulse — Mark Grebner couldn’t...
Jan. 21 2015
Property: 5600 W. Mount Hope Ave., Lansing Owners: Beth and David Kallman Darius B. Moon, Lansing’s most prominent Victorian-era architect, is probably best known for his elaborate urban Queen...
Michigan marriage equality goes to the Supreme Court
Jan. 21 2015
Whether same-sex couples have the right to marriage in the U.S. is headed to the U.S. Supreme Court, led by a case originating in Michigan. On Jan. 16 the court agreed to hear a quartet of cases coming...
Local woman creates same-sex mobile app
Jan. 21 2015
If you are gay in Lansing how do you know if a restaurant is safe to take a date to? How could you show support for your favorite lesbian-owned business? Or maybe you’re transgender and you want...
Ulyana the traveler, dancer, fairy princess
Jan. 21 2015
The orange “Shoulder Work” road sign leaning on the Moores River Drive front porch is a clear sign there’s a story waiting to be told. In the summers the front yard is overgrown with...
Jan. 21 2015
Divorces can be so messy and expensive. Lansing´s Board of Water & Light has been there before, in love with its general managers ... until it isn´t. The breakups — this is the third...
Jan. 21 2015
If Lansing Mayor Virg Bernero gets his way, the next general manager of the Board of Water & Light will report right to him, not indirectly through the utility´s Board of Commissioners. Bernero...
Martin Luther King Jr. tribute luncheon highlights struggle for justice continues
Jan. 19 2015
MONDAY, JAN. 19 — Freedom fighter Henry “Hank” Thomas lived through some of the most violent times in American history. As an original Freedom Rider who rode buses in the South to test...
BWL dismisses another executive, one day after Lark
Jan. 16 2015
THURSDAY, JAN. 15 — One day after Board of Water & Light General Manager Peter Lark was terminated, the second highest executive, Susan Devon, was let go. Devon was the chief administrative officer. “Her...
People’s needs often unmet but some new projects could change that
Jan. 14 2015
When it comes to land-use planning, Mark Grebner says there’s not much any of us can do. Developers run the game and municipalities lack the power to truly challenge them
Jan. 14 2015
Property: Unshoveled sidewalks, East Lansing Walkability is one of the fundamental principles of good urbanism. Urban-minded planners will employ straightforward designs in shaping our built environment...

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