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FRIDAY, June 21 — Alumni of old Eastern High School, eastsiders and preservationists have formed a committee to work with the University of Michigan Health–Sparrow to ensure the … more
 WEDNESDAY, June 19 — The Lansing Charter Commission is moving forward with a plan to solicit public outreach through 48,000 mailers to households with at least one registered voter. … more
Ann Arbor-based Catholic radio pioneer Ave Maria Radio has agreed to purchase a Greater Lansing station that would become the 11th to be fully owned and operated by the network. more
WEDNESDAY, June 12 — Congressional candidate Curtis Hertel Jr., who is trying to make it to one end of Pennsylvania Avenue, got a boost today from Gov. Gretchen Whitmer, who many think has an eye on a job at the other end. more
  “What was it like in the early days when Eastern first opened its doors?” begins a history written for Eastern High School’s 50 th anniversary in 1978. … more
Eastern High School will become a $97.2 million psychiatric facility operated by University of Michigan Health-Sparrow, it confirmed today. "With approximately 1.7 million Michigan residents … more
In 2019, SJ Therese fled an abusive home situation and checked in at the City Rescue Mission’s women and children's shelter. Therese, a lesbian, stayed there for a couple of weeks before … more
A jury of 12 Manhattan residents found former President Donald J. Trump guilty on 34 felony counts yesterday, making him the first president in United States history to  be convicted of a felony.  This morning, City Pulse interviewed pedestrians in downtown Lansing on their thoughts on the monumental verdict. more
Joan “Ma” Kittle, a seven-year resident of the Grange Acres senior housing community in Haslett, isn’t able to work on her small garden plot as much as she’d like to these … more
Shawn Brock was rendered homeless recently when he could not afford his rent due to expenses from a medical condition. Last week, Brock was one of 100 people who gathered outside the Lansing Center to picket for tenants’ rights. more
FRIDAY, May 17 — The British Broadcasting Corp. will bring its “World Questions” program to Lansing June 4, when local panelists are set to debate questions on national issues … more
WEDNESDAY, May 15 — The Ingham County Circuit Court welcomed its newest canine advocate today. Chief Judge Joyce Draganchuk swore in Basil, a 2-year-old lab and golden retriever mix who will serve as an emotional support animal at the Veterans Memorial Courthouse, 313 W. Kalamazoo St., in Lansing. more
WEDNESDAY, May 15 — The Lansing School District is one of just 13 districts nationwide to be named a 2024 recipient of the U.S. Department of Energy’s 2024 Efficient and Healthy Schools program award. more
The road to a new Lansing city hall has been about as smooth as most roads in Lansing and elsewhere in Michigan: full of potholes. more
THURSDAY, May 9 — Mayor Andy Schor announced today that he wants to build a new city hall on the site of the old Center for the Arts, 425 S. Grand Ave., on the corner of Lenawee Street. more
WEDNESDAY, May 8 — Name recognition appears to have played a big role in the election of nine candidates yesterday to serve on the first-ever Lansing Charter Revision Commission. The top … more
Amid the height of the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020 and early 2021, leadership at Downtown Lansing Inc. began discussing ways to reverse the negative impacts of business closures and decreased commerce … more
With the incumbent out of the race, three candidates are running for the Democratic nomination for Meridian Township clerk in the Aug. 6 primary election.   Republican Patty McPhee is … more
TUESDAY, May 7—Lansing’s City Council unanimously approved last night the appointment of Greg Venker as city attorney after delaying a vote on Mayor Andy Schor’s choice for nearly a … more
The 36 candidates for Lansing’s Charter Revision Commission have expressed divergent views on significant changes they would tackle if chosen in next Tuesday’s special election. more
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