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WEDNESDAY, Oct. 25 — Jose Flores’ hands were shaking when he took to the podium during public comment at the Ingham County Board of Commissioners' meeting last night. An employee of the … more
Right now, somewhere in the Ingham County Jail, three minors are being held on violent firearm offenses. more
WEDNESDAY, Oct. 18 — Following months of debate surrounding a proposed affordable housing project in downtown East Lansing, the City Council voted 3-2 last night to reject it.   For … more
Five weeks ago, when we launched our 2023 Top of the Town Contest, co-sponsored by FOX47 News, we imagined what would happen if friendly aliens visited Lansing and had a chance to experience the very best Lansing had to offer. Whom would they nominate or vote for as Lansing’s Best Olive Burger? Or Best New Business or the area’s finest in the rest of more than 300 categories? more
Whether or not you believe in ghosts, spirits and other paranormal entities, the following “haunted” locations throughout Greater Lansing provide plenty of fascinating lore and historical tidbits for those looking to immerse themselves in spooky season without breaking the bank. more
FRIDAY, Oct. 13 — Four days after Ingham County Democratic Party secretary Ted Lawson was fatally shot, the party mourned his loss at its monthly meeting on Wednesday. “People … more
  THURSDAY, Oct. 12 — Like a lot of people who knew Ted Lawson, Lansing City Council candidate Jody Washington posted her feelings about him after he was fatally shot last Sunday. … more
Last spring, Al Bay and other East Lansing business owners were hit with some startling news. more
TUESDAY, Oct. 10 — Dudley Pete has lived since 1975 near the 1100 block of North Jenison Avenue in northwest Lansing where voting activist Ted Lawson was fatally shot on Sunday afternoon. … more
Some eastside Lansing residents have been concerned that Sparrow Health System is going to tear down eight vacant homes it owns in the Eastfield Neighborhood, which is just east of the Michigan Avenue hospital. more
The Lansing City Council stands to lose a combined 30 years’ experience when Carol Wood and Patricia Spitzley retire at the end of the year. more
If you’ve never been a tourist in your own city, you’re missing out on interesting architecture, transportation history and … Fruit Wars? more
A couple of Sundays ago at the East Lansing Farmers Market, I was approached by a campaign worker for U.S. Rep. Elissa Slotkin. more
Delta Township resident Liz Beal has long been frustrated by the growing number of local businesses and services that have adopted credit card surcharge fees. more
Faced with a dramatic increase in homelessness, the City Rescue Mission of Lansing has been looking for additional shelter space in the downtown area. more
The City Rescue Mission’s potential purchase of the property it hopes to turn into a homeless shelter would notably include the 147-year-old Glaister House, which is on a list of endangered historic properties in Greater Lansing. more
  FRIDAY, Sept. 15 — East Lansing’s eight at-large candidates for three seats on the City Council are split on a trio of ballot measures set to appear on the Nov. 7 ballot.  … more
The former Masonic Temple at 217 S. Capitol Ave. has been out of use since 2008, but it may soon be the site of Lansing’s new City Hall. more
WEDNESDAY, Sept. 13 —The historic Masonic Temple on Capitol Avenue will be the home of Lansing’s new City Hall if the City Council approves, the Schor administration will announce today. … more
THURSDAY, Sept. 7 — The City Rescue Mission is looking to expand with a new homeless shelter in two buildings on Kalamazoo Street near the Capitol Complex. “We’ve been … more
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