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Brian Jackson isn’t just running for a second term on the Lansing City Council. He’s sprinting.  more
Despite a firestorm of recent criticism on social media over the highly controversial decision to cancel Halloween and Valentine’s Day celebrations at four elementary schools in East Lansing, district officials said they plan to stick to their guns and call off the annual festivities indefinitely.   more
After a several-month investigation, Central Michigan University concluded there was no evidence to support employee participation in a potential pipeline between the university and Lansing-based Vanguard Public Affairs, the site of numerous sexual harassment claims. more
We spotted a shopping cart next to a battered garage in the backyard. The gravel driveway has been almost entirely swallowed by overgrown grass. The doors and windows are boarded up. more
City officials late last month plastered pink tags on the doors of every building at Rivershell Apartments on Bayview Drive. more
A gun violence prevention program that was planned to begin tomorrow in Lansing won’t be up and running until at least 2022. more
A special televised event hosted by the Lansing NAACP will feature CNN commentator Bakari Sellers and Lt. Gov. Garlin Gilchrist. The 55th annual Freedom Fund Celebration airs Saturday at 8 p.m. on WLNS-TV 6. more
You’ve faithfully submitted your nominations, and now we’ve taken them and guillotined all but the Top Five. Hopefully, the forlorn spirit of those that did not make the cut don’t linger about town like the specter of the Headless Horseman. Or, even more foreboding, the ghost of the Meijer giraffe. So long as it remains perched atop its resting place on the gas station roof, we are all safe from the worst 40,000-year curse imaginable. more
Halloween will no longer be celebrated at six elementary schools in East Lansing following concerns from local families who don’t feel comfortable with the holiday. more
A settlement agreement has been reached in a sexual harassment lawsuit that was filed in June against former Lansing Mayor Virg Bernero by a former city staffer. more
In late July, Tyrun Williams, 35, of Grand Ledge, was arrested in Lansing Township.  He was stopped for speeding, but the investigation led to the seizure of about a dozen guns and about 200 grams of cocaine.  more
This month’s Eye Candy is in the center of a residential neighborhood on Lansing’s north side. The building was constructed in 1913 as a bakery, then later as Lansing Lithography for 60 years before falling into disrepair. more
Former Ingham County Commissioner Thomas Morgan is seeking to stage a comeback in 2022. Morgan was narrowly defeated after his first term last August in a primary matchup against challenger and fellow Democrat Bob Pena for an eastside Lansing seat. more
After only about three months on the job, Superintendent Ben Shuldiner said he has identified three “emergency issues” facing students and staff at the Lansing School District this year. The obvious first is the COVID-19 pandemic. The second is a major shortage of bus drivers, he said. more
Lansing’s mayoral election is still three weeks away, but local voters have already decided on the “best mayoral candidate” in Lansing. more
Airport Tavern & Steakhouse has announced it is closing for at least a week after “a few” of its employees tested positive for COVID19. “Hi friends, we have some important news … more
Plans to give out library cards at Williamston Community Schools are causing concerns from conservative parents. more
A brick wall in downtown Lansing may be home to the last remnant of a bygone era of offensively named coffee shops. more
Plans to roll out a gun violence prevention initiative in Greater Lansing this month have been put on pause. more
Two mudslinging political mailers that targeted mayoral candidate Kathie Dunbar hit mailboxes across Lansing last week. Both claimed that she plans to slash funding to the Police Department if she defeats Mayor Andy Schor in next month’s election. more
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