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It was quite a big project to update the smallest park in Lansing. more
A 30-acre shopping plaza — Logan Square — in southwest Lansing is once again catching the eyes of city officials as it struggles with vacant storefronts, illicit businesses and code violations. more
Marvin Gardens Apartments more
Brewer, 36, said he has made a nonrefundable deposit on a purchase agreement for the LGBTQ nightclub at 1247 Center St. in Old Town. It closed in March 2020 because of the pandemic and never reopened. Owner Tom Donall was not immediately available for comment. more
FRIDAY, Sept. 3 — An 11-second video shared by Lansing School Board President and City Council candidate Rachel Willis shows that she was subjected yesterday afternoon to a racist tirade from … more
Lansing City Councilwoman and mayoral candidate Kathie Dunbar has joined forces with two Council candidates in a newly formed political alliance. more
Ten-story hotel offers 360-degree skyline views from Graduate Rock Bar more
If you need help tracking down a cool bike shop, a rad record shop or a place to get some cheap food, City Pulse has your back. more
Officials at Meijer have finally separated fact from fiction. more
Some employees at Lansing City Hall are back to working from home this week. more
Unknown to patrons of Club Tabu, a sex club in south Lansing, a person was secretly taking pictures of them engaged in consensual sexual activity in November 2019. more
The first person to correctly identify the last Eye for Design was Anne Dimick. That detail featured the tall windows of University Reformed Church, 841 Timberlane St. in East Lansing (pictured … more
If absence really does make the heart grow fonder, then Greater Lansing should be just about head-over-heels in love this week with the thousands of students who reconverged on Michigan State University for the first (almost normal) Welcome Weekend since before the pandemic. more
The best places to go and meet up with friends. more
TUESDAY, Aug. 31 — Ingham County Prosecuting Attorney Carol Siemon is still defending two recent policy changes designed to mitigate discrimination against Black people within the local … more
“I am no longer tied to a particular movement or ideal,” Betz wrote on Facebook this week in his first public post since he disappeared from social media in February. “I will use my knowledge, skills and experience to focus on the issues of the day with rationality and keen economic precision. I will work to ensure that our city is better than when I came into this position.” more
FRIDAY, Aug. 27 — Out-of-state developers want to renovate the shuttered West Junior High School in Lansing into a three-story apartment building. But first: They want tax incentives to get the … more
A CMU spokesman said the three staffers — journalism professors Steve Coon and Jim Wojcik and student newspaper advisor Dave Clark — returned Monday but the “investigation” into the allegations are ongoing. more
With dozens of decaying properties featured in this issue as part of the cover story on Ingham County’s tax foreclosure auction, there was plenty of competition for Eyesore of the Week. more
Three judges are speaking out against former Chief 30th Circuit Judge William “Wild Bill” Collette after he admitted to pulling a woman’s hair in an Okemos restaurant this summer. more
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