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Beginning June 15, personal services businesses for hair, massages and nails will be able to reopen statewide. And starting Wednesday, much of northern Michigan and the Upper Peninsula is authorized to reopen theaters, gyms and other places of public accommodation with restrictions. more
They marched from the Capitol out Michigan Avenue. And at each intersection, they formed a circle. Then they lay on their stomachs. more
Lansing is resilient. more
The sequence of events raised serious questions about police tactics used in Lansing and across the country in response to protesters. more
Camping at Michigan’s state parks can resume on June 22 after the beginning of the season was delayed due to the pandemic, reports the Detroit Free Press. more
Was it actually tear gas? Or was it — as Lansing Mayor Andy Schor prefers to call it — pepper spray? more
 A rooftop solar array, clearly visible to motorists heading past 528 N. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd., in the Genesee Neighborhood, now takes care of all the church’s electrical needs. more
Loved ones can once again accompany people to medical appointments and can also again visit friends and family in the hospital. more
Officials at Michigan State University will not pay a ransom recently demanded by hackers that are threatening to publish a trove of stolen university records online. more
Retailers with bottle return facilities located at the front of the store (or housed in a separate area with reverse vending machines) must begin accepting empty cans and bottles for deposits beginning June 15 — with a few key safety precautions to prevent the spread of COVID-19. more
"We need to start being proactive, not reactive." more
MONDAY, June 1 — Michiganders must still stay safe, but they no longer need to stay home. Gov. Gretchen Whitmer announced today several rescissions to her stay-at-home executive order. Among … more
Lansing Mayor Andy Schor defended the response of police with tear gas to disperse protesters after they set a car on fire, broke windows and graffitied downtown Lansing buildings. East Lansing Mayor Ruth Beier had a different take. more
Michigan tracked at least another 513 coronavirus cases statewide this afternoon with another 28 virus-related deaths, pushing the case count past 57,000 with nearly 5,500 reported dead. more
Most businesses that had windows shattered already had crews boarding up storefronts and assessing repairs. Others scrubbed graffiti like “Fuck 12” and “BLM” from brick walls. A car that was burned in the middle of Washington Avenue had already been towed. more
After months of surviving by selling obscure records to collectors using the website Discogs, Flat Black and Circular's John Howard said that he’s looking forward to reopening the store Monday. If lockdown continued for any longer, Howard was worried that he and the store would run out of money. more
Gov. Gretchen Whitmer signed another executive order last night to extend safety measures at grocery stores and pharmacies through at least June 12. more
Gov. Gretchen Whitmer created a new advisory board today geared toward growing Michigan’s workforce as businesses work to recover from the COVID-19 pandemic. more
Lansing Police Chief Daryl Green is disgusted over the killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis and worries every night that local cops could have a similar incident without continued training in overcoming racial biases and how to de-escalate violence. more
A rally at the Michigan State Capitol today was a bit more tame than those in recent weeks, but that’s because it wasn’t about protest. It was about prayer. more
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