Bernero says Red Cedar vote two weeks ago is a good omen for potentially selling the old Waverly Golf Course
March 18 2013
Monday, Nov. 21 — For the third election in a row, Mayor Virg Bernero is asking voters for permission to sell the former Waverly Golf Course and an adjacent park on the west side. But first —...
Former Liebermann’s space has a new retail occupant
March 18 2013
Tuesday, Nov. 22 — After months of sitting vacant, a new women’s boutique is setting up shop in the former Liebermann’s building downtown
Lansing launches third annual competitive food drive to fight area hunger
March 18 2013
Wednesday, Nov. 23 — Lansing businesses and individuals are taking aim at hunger for the third year in a row this holiday season
Committee of the Whole scheduled to take up possible ballot proposals
March 18 2013
Sunday, Nov. 27 — The Lansing City Council’s Committee of the Whole is scheduled to take up three issues Monday night that could lead to proposals appearing on Feb. 28 ballots
Proposal would allow deputies to conduct road patrols
March 18 2013
Monday, Nov. 28 — Four Ingham County deputies could start patrolling Lansing streets as early as January, Mayor Virg Bernero announced today
Discussion of ballot proposals delayed for a week after Committee of the Whole meeting canceled
March 18 2013
Monday, Nov. 28 — The Lansing City Council delayed action on three potential ballot proposals tonight because three members might not have had a chance to weigh in on them, the Council president...
MSU’s Beyond Coal and Black Student Association join forces
March 18 2013
Tuesday, Nov. 29 — Two student groups are coming together to encourage fellow students and Michigan State University’s administration to start discussing how to address concerns about recent...
LGBT community urges people not to donate to Salvation Army this year
March 18 2013
Wednesday, Nov. 30 — The Salvation Army bell ringers are out once more seeking contributions. And leaders of the gay community are once more encouraging people not to give
LAAN commemorates World AIDS Day by recalling the fallen, continuing the fight
March 18 2013
Thursday, Dec. 1 — Community supporters joined with the Lansing Area AIDS Network today to commemorate victims of AIDS and renew the fight to ensure medical access for all victims worldwide
Development framework must be ‘thrown out with the bathwater,’ sustainability guru says
March 18 2013
Friday, Dec. 2 — Progress is usually measured by a country’s gross domestic product, but that framework may not be the best way to live within our planet’s means, the founder of MSU’s...
Will Council move forward with plans to sell more parkland, reduce the number of its meetings?
March 18 2013
Friday, Dec. 2 — Lansing residents could find out Monday night whether the City Council is on board with letting voters decide if the body should have fewer yearly meetings and if the city can sell...
Occupy Lansing members will no longer sleep in Reutter Park as part of a compromise with the city
March 18 2013
Saturday, Dec. 3 — Occupy Lansing protesters will no longer sleep overnight in their base at Reutter Park effective tonight, said Aaron Mayfield, a Lansing member who announced the arrangement at...
The gift this columnist wants can't be bought
March 18 2013
Monday, Dec. 5 — The holiday season can be a time of contradiction. Thanksgiving Day brings with it the official start of the holiday season, a time traditionally set aside for counting our abundant...
Council delays action, again, on potential ballot proposals; public hearings and new polling places upcoming
March 18 2013
Tuesday, Dec. 6 — With three Lansing City Council members absent from Monday’s Committee of the Whole and full Council meetings, action on two potential ballot proposals stalled yet again
Snyder signs ‘Matt’s Safe School Law’
March 18 2013
Tuesday, Dec. 6 — Family members, children, legislators and supporters gathered in the Capitol today as Gov. Rick Snyder signed anti-bullying legislation to help protect Michigan students from intimidation...
Three MSU professors receive federal grants totaling just under $3 million
March 18 2013
Wednesday, Dec. 7 — Three Michigan State professors landed almost $3 million in federal grants to pursue research projects to help eliminate food-borne illnesses
Career waitresses are happy, financially stable, researcher says
March 18 2013
Thursday, Dec. 8 — Today’s American Dream perpetuates a need to have an important job with a lofty title in order to be happy, but a cultural critic and author says that’s not necessarily...
Ballot proposals, tax incentives part of packed City Council agenda Monday
March 18 2013
Saturday, Dec. 10 — The Lansing City Council is scheduled to vote on 28 resolutions and an ordinance Monday night, which includes three potential ballot proposals that must first make it out of Committee...
Occupy Lansing protested against an MSU commencement speaker during Saturday’s graduation ceremony
March 18 2013
Monday, Dec. 12 — An MSU graduation ceremony turned into a political platform when Occupy Lansing participants spoke out against commencement speaker Roy Roberts during his speech in the Jack Breslin...
In its last meeting of 2011, Council debates voter turnout as it rejects two ballot proposals to potentially sell parkland
March 18 2013
Tuesday, Dec. 13 — At the heart of the Lansing City Council’s rejection Monday night of two ballot proposals to potentially sell city-owned parkland was a disagreement on whether voters should...

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