News
1358 results total, viewing 81 - 100
A historic home on Moores River Drive is receiving the TLC it deserves. New owners Holli Seabury, executive director of the Delta Dental Foundation, and her husband, Mark, a chemist at Pratt & … more
WEDNESDAY, Nov. 23 — Minutes after Ingham County Prosecutor Carol Siemon announced her retirement, 30th Circuit Judge Rosemary Aquilina criticized her anew for not putting public safety first. “I am looking forward to a prosecutor who will follow the law and protect public safety,”  Aquilina said in a telephone interview. ... more
WEDNESDAY, Nov. 23 --- Ingham County Prosecutor Carol Siemon, 66, is retiring from the office Jan. 1, halfway through her second term. Siemon was the first woman elected to serve in that office. And at times, she was controversial. Some of her policies and practices raised the ire of the Ingham County sheriff ... more
LANSING –  Advocates are pushing for ballots to be in several languages and for more translation services at state agencies and other initiatives to expand language access in Michigan. … more
LANSING – Michigan is among a very few states still requiring high school students to take the writing portion of the SAT college admissions test. Removing the requirement passed the state House 104-1 last March, … more
THURSDAY, Nov. 17 --- The snow was flying, cars were honking and Starbucks barista Tristian Gauthier,20,  was watching it all as she spoke with City Pulse this moring about the strike against … more
WEDNESDAY, Nov. 16 — A Lansing man accused of neglecting his adult son with Down’s Syndrome leading to the man’s death has had his plea arrangement with the Ingham County Prosecutor’s Office vacated by Ingham County Circuit Court Judge Rosemarie Aquilina. ... more
It’s Saturday morning. Julia Miller is in what was the sanctuary of a former church on Lansing’s east side — now The Fledge, a nonprofit community center —  overseeing a … more
Put this down as more fallout from COVID: Lansing Community College is about to mark the first anniversary of locking up much of its main campus. In a move that is uncommon though not unheard on college campuses, next Tuesday will mark a year since LCC began keeping some buildings locked … more
Local and state officials are scrambling to address a traffic situation that Lansing Board of Education President Gabrielle Lawrence called “dangerous and a knot of … more
642 S. Francis Ave., Lansing: The front door and some windows are covered over with peeling plywood, and the front of the home is overgrown with weeds. The boarded-up front door, and the window next to it, where Lansing Code … more
The coronavirus pandemic landed at the perfectly wrong time for Greg Kigar, who started working with the Lansing Lugnuts in early March 2020. He went around the office introducing himself for less than two weeks — and the rest of his colleagues he had to meet on Zoom.  ... more
WEDNESDAY, Nov. 9 — Come Jan. 1, Lansing City Council will have a new face representing the First Ward: State employee and community activist Ryan Kost, who bested Brian Daniels— who … more
Voters signing applications for ballots at Gardner Magnet School in south Lansing in Tuesday’s General Election, whose turnout City Clerk Chris Swope described as “brisk.” At … more
LANSING – A $34.9 million cleanup of heavily contaminated Muskegon Lake and White Lake in West Michigan is estimated to have recovered $16.4 million in lost housing value for nearby homeowners, … more
A solar-powered boat has recently emerged on the Kalamazoo River that can even run through the night after the sun fully charges it. The Lilypad rental … more
LANSING – As warmer-than-average growing seasons caused by climate change become more common, they bring new invasive species to Michigan. “Insects that like warm weather are finding that Michigan is becoming more and more life-sustaining than ever before,” ... more
FRIDAY, Nov. 4 — A candidate for the Haslett Board of Education is under fire for a July 2 post on Facebook that is  being blasted as transphobic. Terry Goldberg posted a cartoon on his … more
THURSDAY, Nov. 3 — Three self branded ‘conservative’ candidates for the Grand Ledge School board obtain nearly 25% of their campaign funding from Haslett residents Terry and Valerie … more
Toward the bottom of every November election ballot sit the candidates for judges in local courts. These nonpartisan races rarely get headlines because judicial ethics prevent judicial candidates … more
« Prev | 1 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 68 | Next »
Currently viewing stories posted within the past year.
For all older stories, please use our advanced search.

Connect with us