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Last week Mayor Andy Schor announced his intent to open up a new chapter in the storied history of the Lansing City Market more
The Beechwood Store in Iron River Township, built in 1912 in the small Swedish settlement of Beechwood, played an essential role in the cultural and social life of its western Upper Peninsula community. more
The threat of losing your driver’s license for offenses unrelated to dangerous driving would be eliminated under bills pushed by advocates for low-income Michigan residents.  more
A COVID-19 case tracker updated today by Michigan State University appears to significantly understate the coronavirus caseload tied to its students and staff.  more
While coronavirus-related safety measures ramp up near Michigan State University, local health officials are growing increasingly concerned for their personal safety. more
Two businesses in Lansing are facing thousands of dollars in state fines for failing to follow workplace safety requirements, including a lack of face masks.  more
A 21-year-old Lansing woman is facing six felony charges in connection to a house fire that killed a 53-year-old grandmother and her two grandkids.  more
On Nov. 3 voters in Eaton County will choose between Sheriff Tom Reich, a two-term incumbent, and former state Sen. Rick Jones, who was sheriff for four years before being elected to the state Legislature. more
A recent spike in COVID-19 cases tied almost exclusively to parties near Michigan State University has forced local health officials into crisis mode as Ingham County quickly becomes the top coronavirus hotspot in Michigan, according to data tracked by state officials. more
The Lansing City Council moved one step closer tonight to issuing $12 million in tax assessments to residents that could begin arriving this winter and would cover about two-thirds the cost of Ingham County Drain Commissioner Pat Lindemann’s $34.8 million Montgomery Drain reconstruction project. more
This story was updated at 9:45 a.m. TUESDAY, Sept. 15 — A discounted rental offered to the developers of the old Lansing City Market building is expected to be offset with annual savings in … more
“Aston and Jesse were good kids who loved their grandma and their family,” Bernero said. “If they were anything like me as a kid, I’m sure they were not perfect angels. But they are now.” more
About two dozen local organizers marched to Mayor Andy Schor’s house last night to demand that he “act with urgency” on police defunding, the group’s representative said today. more
None of the eight employees at Joe’s Gizzard City in Potterville wear face masks. more
Forty apartments overlooking the Stadium District are available for lease as construction nears completion on a grocery store and the first hotel to come to downtown Lansing in two decades. more
Library patrons may not be spending hours browsing the stacks for new reads, but Michigan librarians are still busy quarantining books and shipping them to eager readers. more
Half a million Michigan families could risk eviction by the end of the year without financial help from the federal government, housing advocates say.  more
Some school officials in Michigan report that students seem to be in a better mood returning to in-person classes after they were abruptly sent to virtual learning in March. more
Additional space could be available soon for those struggling with homelessness as the City Rescue Mission of Lansing charts expansion in the 600 block of Michigan Avenue. more
Regional health officials are tracking a recent spike in local drug overdose deaths from the three months following the arrival of COVID-19 in Greater Lansing. more
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