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THURSDAY, Nov. 7 — The Lansing School District’s shift toward providing more K-8 facilities played a major role in an enrollment increase this year for the first time in three decades. more
Elinor Holbrook has lived at her home in East Lansing’s Lantern Hill neighborhood since 1967. Until about 10 years ago, deer were never a concern. more
Lansing police officers fatally shot a domestic violence suspect in the 1600 block of Massachusetts Avenue late Friday night. LPD said the officers were dispatched at 11:23 p.m. for a domestic … more
THURSDAY, Nov. 30 — East Lansing residents have questioned the City Council’s decision to appoint new member Kerry Ebersole Singh, who is white, as mayor pro tem over incumbent Dana Watson, who is an African American. more
Barb Bynum and her husband, like a growing number of senior citizens, are newly homeless after they lost their home this year. more
Tom Helma, whose hundreds of local theater reviews in City Pulse over two decades offered insights into characters and plots that were influenced by his training and experience as a psychotherapist, died Nov. 21. He was 84. more
Jonathan Smith was named MSU’s new head football coach Saturday, following a search of nearly three months. Smith, 44, becomes the 26th head coach in the program’s history, after … more
On Friday, Julie Vandenboom became the first candidate to file for the Lansing City Charter Commission election. “I’m not an attorney. I don’t feel like I’m a … more
Be careful where you answer the call of nature. Nature might call back — with a vengeance. Not long ago, I was biking the winding stretch of the Lansing River Trail that links the Potter … more
“I think I shall never see. A poem as pretty as a tree.” This simple line by poet Joyce Kilmer referred to a living tree, but it can apply to this year’s State of Michigan Christmas … more
If giant red balls descending on downtown Lansing heralds the start of the holiday season, then Silver Bells in the City is the event that rings it in with an extra loud “ding-dong!” … more
  UAW workers at two of Lansing’s three auto plants voted against a contract with General Motors last week. UAW Local 1753, representing 200 workers at GM’s Lansing … more
FRIDAY, Nov. 17 — Lansing Shuffle will host a free Thanksgiving meal 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Monday for Lansing-area individuals and families in need. more
WEDNESDAY, Nov. 16 — Lansing Mayor Andy Schor and Lansing Police Chief Ellery Sosebee say there’s a limit to how much the city can do to prevent illegal firearms. For this reason, they’ve asked state legislators for more support. more
One of the special things about our annual City Pulse Top of the Town Contest, now 16 years running, is seeing how many folks will take the ultimate challenge of voting in every category. more
WEDNESDAY, Nov. 15 —The East Lansing City Council elected George Brookover last night to fill the mayoral seat once occupied by his father. After newly elected members Kerry Ebersole Singh, Mark Meadows and Erik Altmann took their oaths of office, Meadows nominated Brookover. It went uncontested. more
The City of Lansing on Friday announced a new overnight family warming center set to open Nov. 27 at the Letts Community Center. The facility, at 1220 W. Kalamazoo St., is a pilot program that will … more
TUESDAY, Nov. 14  — The election date to select the nine members of Lansing’s Charter Revision Commission has been set for May 7 primary next year, City Clerk Chris Swope said today. … more
TUESDAY — Michigan State University sophomore Elaina Rankin’s interest in becoming a public defender bloomed when she was just a freshman at Avondale High School. It was 2018, and … more
Angelina Benli, a 24-year-old student in Michigan State University’s political science Ph.D. program, moved from New York City to Lansing’s Stadium District in June 2022. more
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