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Egg prices have more than doubled in the last year, and relief from the skyrocketing costs is nowhere to be seen, some industry experts say. In December 2021, a dozen eggs cost $1.78 on average … more
Lansing City Council member Patricia Spitzley will not seek reelection this year, which means two at-large seats will on the ballot. In line to fill one of them: former 1st Ward member Jody Washington … more
Peeling paint and graffiti-covered plywood are just the first impression. Located in the Baker Donora neighborhood in south Lansing, this eyesore sits next door to another red-tagged property … more
WEDNESDAY, Jan. 25 — Retired Ingham County Chief Circuit Judge William Collette entered a ‘no contest’ plea today to a charge of simple assault and battery in front of Jackson … more
Six people were arrested on misdemeanor charges after the vandalization of the Bank of America in the Frandor Shopping Center. About 30 people threw glass candles through the bank’s windows, … more
LANSING – An Ann Arbor developer is building one of the first 100% solar-powered, carbon-neutral and fossil fuel-free communities in the U.S.  The idea is to pioneer the creation of … more
LANSING – Expanding the state’s civil rights act to include gender identity and sexual orientation, advocating for juvenile justice and increasing … more
Michigan’s minimum wage jumped to $10.10 an hour this month; 52,000 workers directly benefited. Wages have increased due to worker shortages, pushing entry-level jobs to $15 an hour or more. Minimum wage may increase again past $13 in February. more
MONDAY, Jan. 25 — Former Ingham County Chief Circuit Court Judge William Collette will likely enter a plea agreement at a hearing scheduled for 3 p.m. today.  Court officials were unable … more
Novi High School teacher Hattie Maguire looked over an assignment from one of her students Tuesday morning, and wondered if it was too good. Had the student suddenly improved his writing this much … more
FRIDAY, Jan. 20 — Dr. Adnike Shoyinka, the medical director of the Ingham County HealthDepartment will succeed Health Officer Linda Vail as department head.She was appointed by the county Board … more
In every step of Shiawassee County Sheriff Douglas Chapman’s drunk driving case, he got break after break, resulting in what one judge called a “sweetheart” deal.  The deal was criticized by Ingham County Circuit Judge Rosemarie Aquilina in … more
Kathy Birchen, an associate broker with Berkshire Hathaway Tomie Raines Realtors in East Lansing, has been selling houses for three decades. And the pandemic — which was marked by a widespread … more
Five minutes. That’s how much sunshine Grand Rapids experienced over the first eight days of the year, before the glowing orb finally broke through the clouds. And the city was no anomaly: For nearly two weeks, clouds … more
In 2020, Michigan passed a series of expungement laws, appropriately named “Clean Slate for Michigan,” that permit  individuals with certain offenses the ability to have their … more
Just when sunshine, chlorophyll and the juices of life are in shortest supply, feast your eyes on City Pulse’s 2023 People Issue, an inspiring and diverse bouquet of humanity to warm gray January days. This is not a “most influential” or a “most anything” list. We hear plenty … more
East Lansing City Council added a proposed separation agreement with City Manager George Lahanas and a proposed interim city manager employment contract for retired East Lansing Fire Chief Randy … more
SATURDAY, Jan. 14 – Aileen Hecht was “shocked” when she opened a plastic sandwich bag filled with beans and found it on her driveway this morning. Inside the bag was an anti-semitic … more
LANSING — Michigan could see a slowdown in economic growth in the coming years, as state economists projected Friday a “mild recession” may be on the horizon nationally. But the state estimates it will have a combined $9.2 billion in surplus ... more
LANSING — The cash-strapped Michigan Republican Party will require delegates to help cover the cost of next month's state convention in Lansing, where they'll gather to decide who will lead the party for the next two years. ... more
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