July 16 2014
The man who posted a video calling for a boycott of the Lansing State Journal hopes his “crusade tugs on (people’s) heartstrings” enough to cause 10,000 readers to stop buying the paper...
July 10 2014
WEDNESDAY, July 9 — As the Lansing State Journal prepares to print its last few issues at its Delta Township production facility, a video has surfaced online calling for a boycott of the daily newspaper
July 9 2014
When Laura Dillon began studying mathematics in 1969, as one of the only women in her program of study, she felt like “an oddity.” “We’re the exception as opposed to the rule,”...
July 3 2014
FRIDAY, July 3 — Applying for medical marijuana in Michigan could soon become a little simpler.
July 2 2014
Niklous Koehler, 25, equates buying his own health coverage with a major life step. “I’m prepared because it’s something that I have to do, but at the same time, it’s the last...
June 30 2014
MONDAY, June 30 — The Lansing City Council approved the Abigail project tonight, clearing the way for low and moderate income housing to proceed in the Abigail Building on the former campus of the...
June 25 2014
Much attention is swirling around the “humanitarian crisis” at the nation’s borders — droves of unaccompanied minors from Central America entering the country, seeking refugee status...
June 25 2014
Monday marked the launch of PrEP4ITNow, an online campaign stressing the importance of HIV testing, status awareness and prevention education
June 18 2014
Something unusual is happening in the chambers of Lansing City Hall: Things are calm. For the last several weeks, Council has essentially been in lock step with the exception of At-Large Councilwoman...
June 18 2014
The deep divide at Lansing’s ironically named Friendship Baptist Church saw members this weekend barricading the church’s exits
June 16 2014
MONDAY, June 16 — Lansing City Council will wait until June 30 to determine the outcome of the Abigail Building on the former campus of the Michigan School for the Blind
June 11 2014
Lansing is about to get social media savvy. Within the next couple of weeks, the city plans to post a job opening for a contractual social media manager. The 30-to-40-houra-week job is expected to pay...
June 11 2014
In his battle against incumbent Republican Gov. Rick Snyder, the Democratic gubernatorial candidate is being outspent and dealing with name recognition and favorability deficits in the polls. But he has...
June 11 2014
WEDNESDAY, June 11 — The Lansing domestic abuse shelter EVE is creating a Youth Advisory Board to combat teen dating violence. The board, which will develop dating violence prevention programs, will...
June 9 2014
MONDAY, June 9 — Before voting on the Outfield project, Lansing City Councilman Derrick Quinney held up the inaugural baseball from the first Lansing Lugnuts game he attended with his son in April...
June 6 2014
FRIDAY, June 6 — Sephora, a Paris-based cosmetics store with over 1,700 stores worldwide, opened a location today at Eastwood Towne Center, 3003 Preyde Blvd., Lansing Township
June 5 2014
THURSDAY, June 5 — As he eyes Michigan’s 8th Congressional District seat, Ingham County Treasurer Eric Schertzing maintains that his moderate “country boy, county boy” image will...
June 4 2014
As a Council vote draws closer, victory looks imminent for the Outfield, a proposed $23.5 million mixed-use project for the city-owned Cooley Law School Stadium, home to the Lansing Lugnuts baseball team
June 4 2014
The wrecking ball is looming over Biggby Coffee’s historic first location at 270 W. Grand River Ave. in East Lansing. Under the proposed Gateway Project, developers led by DTN Management Co. plan...
June 4 2014
Property: 2901 Wabash Road, Lansing Lansing School Supt. Yvonne Camaal Canul says: Budget issues have stalled renovations, looking into a plan Behind the Lansing School District’s Marvin E....