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The city of Lansing’s journey to a new city hall has hit at least another speed bump. more
TUESDAY, March 26 — A shooting in Lansing Township’s Groesbeck neighborhood Saturday left at least one witness “traumatized” after he saw three individuals fire rounds at an … more
Lansing Township police are looking for a group of individuals who fired shots at an apartment building Saturday. Police said when they arrived at 2920 Woodruff Ave., between North Homer Street … more
TUESDAY, March 26 — The developer Granger Co. has accused the Schor administration of violating the law by not affording it an opportunity to revise its proposal for a new Lansing city hall. … more
​​ MONDAY, March 25 — Mayor Andy Schor has rebuffed a recent attempt by a developer to revive his proposal for building a new city hall in downtown Lansing. more
THURSDAY, March 21 — Members of the East Lansing Independent Police Oversight Commission expressed dissatisfaction at changes by the City Council that they say weakened the panel’s … more
An agreement to buy the Masonic Temple building downtown and turn it into Lansing’s next city hall looked poised to pass last week when City Council members met as the Committee of the Whole. But a short time later at the Council meeting itself, it lost on a 4-4 vote after three members who supporters expected to back it didn’t. more
When Ingham County Commissioner Myles Johnson learned last summer that the state of Michigan had budgeted matching funds to help residents erase their medical debt with assistance from a national nonprofit, he knew he had to get the ball rolling as soon as possible. more
McLaren Greater Lansing announced Tuesday it will construct a $40 million ambulatory care campus in Grand Ledge. The 33,680-square-foot facility, on Saginaw Highway west of Nixon Road, will … more
When Ben Shuldiner took over as superintendent of the Lansing School District in 2021, he knew his work was cut out for him. more
WEDNESDAY, March 13 — Faced with public concern about safety in Lansing, Mayor Andy Schor proposed last night hiring 15 additional police officers with funds he is hoping the state legislature … more
The Lansing City Council voted Monday to accept separate $40 million grants for a new city hall and New Vision Lansing, a $228 million, three-building proposal from the Gentilozzi family. … more
A message of unity prevailed at the 16th Mayor’s Ramadan Unity Dinner, attended by over 300 people Monday night at the Lansing Center. But afterward, one of the leaders of Greater … more
MSU trustees voted 6-2 Sunday to censure and refer misconduct allegations against former Chair Rema Vassar and Trustee Dennis Denno to Gov. Gretchen Whitmer, allowing her the option to remove them. … more
Lansing voters will decide on May 7 which nine of 36 candidates will serve on the Charter Revision Commission. more
Krystal Davis-Dunn claimed in a federal lawsuit that her former supervisors at the Ingham County Health Department used racial slurs, including calling her “Aunt Jemina,” and that … more
MONDAY, Feb.26 — The developers of the $228 million New Vision Lansing plan for downtown housing have dramatically reduced the number of units of “workforce” residences the project would include. … more
Some westside Lansing residents are concerned about a city proposal to remove the tree-covered islands on Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard between Ionia and Lenawee streets. “It’s … more
Sparrow Health System is taking its labor and delivery classes in-house, which a local nonprofit fears will limit accessibility to affordable, independent education on childbirth. more
Many adults fondly recall their days at summer camp. The increase in households with two working parents has made it more important than ever to find a camp to accommodate youngsters who need to remain engaged and entertained throughout summer vacation. There are plenty of options, but it’s not always easy to find one that’s the right fit for a child. more
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