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The phrase “support local” might be a buzz phrase these days, but with grocery store supply shortages and skyrocketing inflation of prices, now is perhaps the best time to seek out fresh … more
A two-mile stretch of the highway between Lansing Road and the Grand River will be closed in both directions for road work beginning Thursday (June 2). more
The Ledges Playhouse, a converted barn theater in Grand Ledge’s Fitzgerald Park that has hosted performances since the 50s, has been declared unsafe. more
A six-figure lifeline from the Lansing City Council could serve as the starting pistol for fundraising efforts to finally repair and reopen the shuttered Moores Park Pool in southwest Lansing. more
A historical marker that once designated the childhood home of Malcolm X in South Lansing was replaced (and refurbished with some new memorial language) after an errant driver reportedly plowed down and destroyed the metallic tribute sign last March. State and local politicians and members of Malcolm X’s family unveiled the new sign at a ceremony Friday.  more
Streets at Colonial Townhouses Cooperative  With construction season in full tilt across Lansing, many residents have been wondering if (and when) crews will get around to repairing the … more
With summer around the corner, it’s time to jam-pack your calendar with family fun, festivals, outdoor concerts and fair food. Here’s a guide to some must-see events, happening now … more
Psychedelic drugs are still illegal in East Lansing. more
The last Eye for Design (below) was first identified by Janet Pendleton. The detail an expansive masonry grid - belongs to the Fountain Place Apartments building in REO Town. Taking up nearly half of … more
Lansing Mayor Andy Schor wants to amend the City Charter to be able to appoint convicted felons to the city’s volunteer boards and commissions. more
A historical marker that once designated the childhood home of Malcolm X in South Lansing has finally been replaced. more
Eight residents have qualified to buy their homes from the Housing Commission. more
The converted Red Barn House stands alone in fields in Oneida Township. In this house, Clinton Decker allegedly met his death at the hands of Joseph Sadlak. Five years of Eaton County sheriff reports reveal a bizarre and violent history leading up to the murder. more
The newly released video appears to show DeAnthony Thomas-Scott VanAtten leaving the Lake Lansing Road Meijer in East Lansing April 25 without paying for a few ears of sweet corn before he was shot and injured by two cops in the parking lot. more
Newly video footage appears to show a man leaving the store without paying for a few ears of sweet corn before fleeing police and being shot by two cops at Meijer. more
The newest chief of the Lansing Fire Department is already calling Lansing "home." more
Two rookie officers at the East Lansing Police Department are on paid leave after they shot eight rounds at a 20-year-old Lansing man who was reportedly seen with a pistol while he fled authorities in the parking lot of the Lake Lansing Road Meijer in East Lansing on April 25.  more
By a margin of 71%, Lansing voters approved a $130 million bond to rebuild four elementary schools, renovate J.W. Sexton High School and ensure every classroom across the Lansing School District has air conditioning. Voter turnout was about 13.4%. Most were absentee ballots.  more
Here is the church. Here is the steeple. Don’t open the doors. There are no people.   more
Lanstronauts will say the Capital City’s last celebrity export was actor Matthew Lillard (“Scream,” “Scooby Doo” and “Hackers”), but that must change. Cut to Oliver Brown, a professional stylist born and raised in Lansing. On May 15, he will host OLVR BRWN’S FSHN MXR — his first fashion mixer at UrbanBeat in Old Town. While Mr. Brown dreams of styling for the stars, it’s how he wears his humble beginnings that truly makes him shine.   more
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