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FRIDAY, June 21 — Alumni of old Eastern High School, eastsiders and preservationists have formed a committee to work with the University of Michigan Health–Sparrow to ensure the … more
 WEDNESDAY, June 19 — The Lansing Charter Commission is moving forward with a plan to solicit public outreach through 48,000 mailers to households with at least one registered voter. … more
Mayor Andy Schor placed Lansing under a Code Red emergency heat advisory Monday and extended hours for the city’s four community centers through Friday to 8:30 a.m. until 10 p.m. Other … more
Ann Arbor-based Catholic radio pioneer Ave Maria Radio has agreed to purchase a Greater Lansing station that would become the 11th to be fully owned and operated by the network. more
“What was it like in the early days when Eastern first opened its doors?” begins a history written for Eastern High School’s 50th anniversary in 1978. more
WEDNESDAY, June 12 — Congressional candidate Curtis Hertel Jr., who is trying to make it to one end of Pennsylvania Avenue, got a boost today from Gov. Gretchen Whitmer, who many think has an eye on a job at the other end. more
  “What was it like in the early days when Eastern first opened its doors?” begins a history written for Eastern High School’s 50 th anniversary in 1978. … more
Eastern High School will become a $97.2 million psychiatric facility operated by University of Michigan Health-Sparrow, it confirmed today. "With approximately 1.7 million Michigan residents … more
WEDNESDAY, June 5 — Lansing’s Charter Revision Commission experienced growing pains in its second meeting yesterday as commissioners struggled and failed to agree on a list of community stakeholders they would like to see weigh in on potential changes to the charter. more
In 2019, SJ Therese fled an abusive home situation and checked in at the City Rescue Mission’s women and children's shelter. Therese, a lesbian, stayed there for a couple of weeks before … more
The 16-year-old and 20-year-olds critically injured during the May 27 mass shooting in the parking lot between Rotary Park and Lansing Shuffle were upgraded Thursday to stable condition. Kylete … more
A jury of 12 Manhattan residents found former President Donald J. Trump guilty on 34 felony counts yesterday, making him the first president in United States history to  be convicted of a felony.  This morning, City Pulse interviewed pedestrians in downtown Lansing on their thoughts on the monumental verdict. more
At 14, Everett High School freshman Xavier McKissic already knows two peers killed by guns. The first was on May 4, when 14-year-old Jaquez Moye-Young was fatally shot in north Lansing. The … more
The Lansing City Council passed Mayor Andy Schor’s proposed $271.4 million budget for the next fiscal year, which begins July 1. The overall budget is up 4% from this year. It includes … more
Joan “Ma” Kittle, a seven-year resident of the Grange Acres senior housing community in Haslett, isn’t able to work on her small garden plot as much as she’d like to these … more
Shawn Brock was rendered homeless recently when he could not afford his rent due to expenses from a medical condition. Last week, Brock was one of 100 people who gathered outside the Lansing Center to picket for tenants’ rights. more
FRIDAY, May 17 — The British Broadcasting Corp. will bring its “World Questions” program to Lansing June 4, when local panelists are set to debate questions on national issues … more
WEDNESDAY, May 15 — The Ingham County Circuit Court welcomed its newest canine advocate today. Chief Judge Joyce Draganchuk swore in Basil, a 2-year-old lab and golden retriever mix who will serve as an emotional support animal at the Veterans Memorial Courthouse, 313 W. Kalamazoo St., in Lansing. more
WEDNESDAY, May 15 — The Lansing School District is one of just 13 districts nationwide to be named a 2024 recipient of the U.S. Department of Energy’s 2024 Efficient and Healthy Schools program award. more
The road to a new Lansing city hall has been about as smooth as most roads in Lansing and elsewhere in Michigan: full of potholes. more
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