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It’s officially the end of the year, so say goodbye to 2022 and hello to 2023 with the many festivities happening throughout the area. Celebrate the new year one night early ... more
Inflation. The “tripledemic.” A run on housing. Those are just a few of the national issues in 2022 that also affected Greater Lansing. While COVID is not over, it’s become endemic — like a cold or the flu. … more
Christmas is here, which means many businesses will close their doors for the weekend. However, for those looking for fun happenings to offer a reprieve from “Frosty the Snowman” reruns and small talk with distant relatives, there are a few events in the area that may catch your eye. more
Unlike several other states, Michigan has not upped the financial assistance provided to low-income residents for funeral and burial services since the COVID pandemic. The up to $600 offered by … more
Energy bills rose in households across the United States after the COVID-19 pandemic, a new study shows. That, in turn, created energy insecurity in many … more
In the season of giving, the Grinch has asserted himself in the halls of Congress when it comes to donating to nonprofits.  Charities locally and across the … more
Built in 1878, this stately, 3,000-square-foot home sits on the corner of Sycamore and Ionia streets, near the edge of the original city limits of Lansing. The home is sturdy, well-kept and brimming … more
Michigan State University held a private ceremony Monday to unveil the official portrait of former President Lou Anna Simon, who resigned in 2018 amid the Larry Nassar scandal. The event at the … more
Step out into your backyard and what do you see? Look beyond the grass, and a delicious new world will open up to you. From fine dining to TikTok videos, there’s been a renewed interest … more
FRIDAY, Dec. 16 --- Santa Claus told City Pulse in an exclusive  interview that Lansing has made the nice list this year. "Lansing has been pretty good," the Jolly Old Elf said. … more
It’s the weekend before Christmas and all through the town events are happening that will soon close down. Starting off a weekend of holiday concerts is the 10th annual “Evening of Lessons and Carols,” … more
THURSDAY, Dec. 16 — Community leaders and residents will greet Santa Claus tomorrow between 6 and 7 p.m.  more
Laura Choi is a school board member for the Greenwich Township School District in Stewartsvile, New Jersey. She’s watched as the state implemented broadly inclusive transgender student-rights … more
From the front, 1018 Mt. Hope Ave. looks respectable enough. But if you swing around on Alpha Street, you’ll see what residents facing the back of the building see: derelict, damaged … more
Take an early winter walk along the downtown stretch of the Lansing River Trail and you will find that the year 2022 left Lansing with a quietly spectacular gift. A swirling, 650-square-foot mosaic, newly installed on the south side of the Shiawassee Street Bridge over the Grand River … more
The University of Michigan’s Michigan Medicine will purchase Lansing-based Sparrow Health System in an agreement expected to be completed in the first half of 2023. The companies hope the … more
Snowmobile trail groomers anticipate more snow this year than last winter, but the season is not off to a good start. “The weather forecast says snow is going to be … more
The expansion of a federal tax credit to low-income families during the pandemic lifted more than half a million Michigan children out of poverty, according to the Michigan League for … more
The Biden administration has expanded access to over-the-counter hearing aids, but some audiologists are concerned that people who are hard of hearing won’t get exactly what they need. … more
This second weekend in December is a busy one, with holiday events galore. Attending performances from Michigan State University’s and Lansing Community College’s music groups is a great way to show support … more
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