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Battle Creek Fire Department Chief Brian Sturdivant has been hired to take the reins at the Fire Department. Beginning May 2, he will become the sixth chief. Mayor Andy Schor said that Sturdivant “stood out” for his history of diverse leadership experience that spans three decades, four departments and four states. more
The Arts & Sciences Building on Lansing Community College’s downtown campus was built in 1968 and remodeled in 2013. The remodel was primarily interior, but you can see in the photo that the façade received an update too, in the form of glass-paneled, cantilevered offices above the entrances.  more
U.S. Rep. Fred Upton, southwest Michigan's member of Congress since “Platoon” was a box office smash in early 1987, became the latest political casualty of former President Donald Trump when he faced reality this week. He said this term, his 18th, would be his last. more
Lansing Township is in search of a new supervisor. more
Strange Matter Coffee is set to apply for a state liquor license this month. more
Battle Creek Fire Department Chief Brian Sturdivant has been hired to take the reins at the Lansing Fire Department beginning on May 2. more
State Rep. Bill Sowerby wants to amend state law so that cops can arrest and prosecute people for sending unsolicited nude photos more
The laughter and excited chatter of about 40 people created an atmosphere of safety for the transgender, nonbinary, gender-non conforming and intersex community last night. more
A member of Lansing’s Board of Ethics is considering quitting. more
Lansing voters could decide in August whether city officials can sell off a vacant slice of city-owned land that abuts the western end of North Cemetery. more
Lansing Mayor Andy Schor could hire a new chief at the Fire Department as early as this week after the Board of Fire Commissioners recommended Battle Creek Fire Chief Brian Sturdivant (above right) and Sterling Heights Assistant Fire Chief Edwin Miller (above left). Nineteen applied. This will be the sixth Lansing fire chief in the last four years. more
Jeff Brown isn’t just the newest member of the Lansing City Council. He’s an author. more
A new corporate headquarters could be moving in on Larch Street. more
Lansing Mayor Andy Schor has submitted his fifth annual budget proposal. more
City Pulse sent a reporter to suffer through yesterday's MAGA rally and mixer. more
Michigan farmers can’t plant more wheat this year to make up for Ukrainian and Russian production that’s been lost to the ongoing war.  more
It’s a bird! It’s a plane! No, it’s a … flying car?  more
The Sault Ste. Marie Tribe of Chippewa Indians is asking for the public’s help in gaining information for its recently created database to track and resolve cases of missing and murdered tribal members. more
Demand for independent senior living facilities is on the rise, with two additional sites undergoing construction in 2022 in Grand Traverse and Washtenaw counties.  more
the Board of Fire Commissioners voted yesterday to recommend two finalists for the job: Battle Creek Fire Chief Brian Sturdivant and Sterling Heights Assistant Fire Chief Edwin Miller. more
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