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Gregg Todd was the commissioners’ unanimous pick Tuesday. Todd is deputy secretary of operations the Maryland Health Department. more
Tamilikia Foster, a poet and organizer of this Saturday’s Silent Sit-In Against Racism at the State Capitol, had very personal reasons to assemble a series of inspirational speakers and performers to create a “visually and verbally stimulating” event Saturday.         By … more
Members of the City Council questioned his decision to limit public comment at board meetings. more
Anyone who visited Harper’s Restaurant & Brew Pub in East Lansing between June 12-20 is being advised to self-quarantine. more
FRIDAY, June 19 — Results of an online survey show that about two-thirds of local residents who responded to the survey said they feel safe in the capital city and trust the Lansing Police … more
Editor and publisher Berl Schwartz hosts a Zoom interview with James McGrath, president and dean of Cooley Law School at Western Michigan University. more
The Ingham County Health Department is warning customers of Harper's Restraurant & Brew Pub to watch for COVID-19 symptoms after at least 18 people who recently visted the East Lansing bar tested … more
The Lansing City Council voted unanimously tonight to declare racism a public health crisis in the capital city, paving a path for a more socially equitable future that local officials said can only be realized by first recognizing that clear racial disparities exist. more
The murals serve as a reminder to remember George Floyd, and all of the people who were killed by police before him. more
A group of local citizens want to tell Lansing Community College: Don’t rush into closing the school station — we might be able to save it. more
Saying that Lansing is 20% African American, the local Black Lives Matter chapter wants that percentage of the Lansing Police Department budget redirected to the needs of the Black community. more
A consortium of leaders from Greater Lansing’s African American community are pushing for a new “Black agenda” in Mid-Michigan amid a growing call for racial justice, police reforms and increased social equity in Lansing and across the United States.  more
Lansing Brewing Company will close for deep cleaning today and plans to reopen tomorrow after a person who tested positive for COVID-19 recently entered the building.  more
A conservative “American Patriot Rally” at the Capitol tonight had visitors: the civil rights protesters who have been demonstrating for weeks in downtown Lansing. more
Lansing Mayor Andy Schor is volunteering for implicit bias training — and mandating the same for his staff — in response to recent accusations of veiled racism that allegedly created a toxic environment at the Mayor’s Office and led to at least three Black employees leaving their jobs. more
Public officials are jumping over each other these days with their policing reform ideas. more
Three weeks ago, we asked readers to help us honor people and organizations who have emerged as COVID heroes in our community. more
The COVID-19 pandemic blew a hole in Michigan government finances, the likes of which have rarely been seen, and it’s unlikely the governor or state Legislature will be able to balance the budget without cuts to state services and state employee rolls. more
In the midst of a national movement geared toward racial justice and police reform, Lansing Mayor Andy Schor rolled out plans today for a more socially equitable future in the capital city. more
Lansing Mayor Andy Schor outlined today his administration’s plans for dealing with civil rights issues bought to the fore in Lansing after the police killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis more
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