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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
Sold signs on vacant land and renovations in action.  more
Rest east, Lansing: The giraffe statue that was briefly removed from atop the Meijer Express Gas Station on Saginaw Highway has been returned to the rooftop. more
"We are excited that a buyer has come forward and will use the building to help with the important revitalization of downtown Lansing," WMU-Cooley Law School President James McGrath, said. more
The iconic statue was removed amid renovations yesterday, sending shock waves across social media from hundreds of local residents. An online petition to “put the Meijer giraffe back on the gas station or so help me” has garnered nearly 500 signatures overnight. more
About 300 steel beams are scattered throughout every floor of the former Bethlehem Temple Church in Old Town — the only things preventing the iconic building from collapsing on itself while developers charge forward with an ambitious and long-awaited redevelopment project. more
Top cops from across Greater Lansing are defending an “overtly racist” criminal charge and spreading fear-based misinformation about recent policy changes in the Ingham County Prosecutor’s Office, Prosecuting Attorney Carol Siemon said in an interview this week. more
In honor of the Historical Society of Greater Lansing resuming its walking tours in downtown Lansing today (Aug. 18), this month’s Eye Candy is a throwback to one of their earlier featured houses: 222 W. Genesee St., between Capitol and Seymour avenues. more
Three high schools in Lansing will merge together for one unified marching band. more
The Howell Melon Fest will roll out this weekend without booze and without the controversial drag queen bingo event. more
This week’s eyesore arrives through a deep dive in our archives and takes a look back at the very first blighted home featured in City Pulse’s Eyesore of the Week, way back in July 2004.  more
The Capital City was home to about 5,000 more people back in August 2001. Malcolm X Street was still Main Street. Cesar Chavez Avenue was still Grand River Avenue. Boji Tower was still the Michigan National Bank Tower. REO Town — well, REO Town didn’t even really exist. more
Local residents will have one last chance to ask questions or share concerns later this week before city officials begin to charge forward with their long-standing plans to convert several one-way streets to allow for two-way traffic. more
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