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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
With every census, another dienniel ritual is unleashed: rewriting the political lines in Michigan.   more
This week’s eyesore is a juicy one: It’s the scene of an active police investigation. more
At last week’s staff meeting, Managing Editor Kyle Kaminski suggested that City Pulse staff “get in the mood” for this special print edition by cracking open as many early morning beers as possible throughout the week. Publisher Berl Schwartz put the kibosh on that concept. As a compromise, we’re still sharing what we would’ve been drinking had that plan gone into action. more
Thanks to the explosive craft beer revolution of the past decade, there are more options on store shelves than ever before. Gone are the days of being limited to mass-produced domestic beers like Budweiser and Miller Lite.  more
Very few of life’s experiences can offer the sheer sensory pleasure of a tall, frosty pint of beer — especially when it’s served up at about 5 p.m. just a few yards from where it’s all being brewed. more
MONDAY, Oct. 4 — Child and Family Charities plans to consolidate services next year and move into the western half of McLaren Greater Lansing’s Greenlawn campus in south Lansing. more
Lansing Mayor Andy Schor said he wants the mudslinging to end. more
Both mayoral candidates were not being entirely accurate at last night's WLNS-TV debate. more
With Kathie Dunbar’s departure from the City Council at the end of the year because of her mayoral bid, at least one fresh face is guaranteed to take the dais at City Hall next year. The odds are whoever that is will serve alongside Spadafore. more
Pots, parks and books also on ballot more
Jackson, 37, is running for his second term representing the Fourth Ward on the Council. A lifelong resident of the Frances Park Neighborhood and a J.W. Sexton High School graduate, Jackson has … more
The election is the culmination of a tumultuous few years on the East Lansing City Council, especially in 2020, when an August rift on the dias led longtime Council members Mark Meadows and Ruth Beier to resign. more
Jeremy Garza vs. Oprah Revish more
Schor, 46, was elected to his first term as the 52nd mayor of Lansing in 2017 after having served five years in the Michigan House of Representatives and a decade on the Ingham County Board of … more
Next month, Lansing voters will decide whether Mayor Andy Schor will keep his mayoral sash for the next four years or if Councilwoman Kathie Dunbar will go on to become the 53rd mayor of Lansing — and the first woman and openly bisexual person to hold the office. more
This month’s Eye for Design can be found by looking up in downtown Lansing. more
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