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Leslie Pinder  Franklin Fields  3535 Capital City Blvd., Lansing    Before Leslie Pinder entered the cannabis industry, she was a psychology major working in a group … more
Thanks to Bunker Busters Ice Cream, Lansing has a hot new place to enjoy a cold treat. The small but mighty new business is located at 901 N. Larch Street in the parking lot of Pro Fireworks. While … more
TUESDAY, Aug. 23 --- Ingham County Clerk Barb Byrum confirmed by phone this morning that she will officially announce a search to hire 44 people to recount the votes in all 22 precincts in Meridian … more
Bancroft Park, in north Lansing, is 41.77 mostly wooded acres of mature oak, maple and basswood trees. It is part of the Mason Esker, which, as a sign in the park explains, is a “linear, … more
 Sift through Flat, Black and Circular’s bargain bin  Flat, Black and Circular, or FBC, has been a downtown East Lansing fixture since 1977. Vinyl record collecting can be pricey, … more
It was an experiment that nearly torpedoed the infant radio station before it could grow to maturity, much less mark a “Century of Service.”  As WKAR interim general manager Shawn … more
Ingham County officials are desperately seeking residents in East Lansing and Lansing to respond to a broadband access census. That survey will allow the county to access “the inevitable” … more
MONDAY, Aug. 15 — Judges on the Michigan Court of Appeals have decided against former Lansing area doctor Shannon Wiggins in her attempts to sue her criminal defense attorney. The reason? She … more
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WEDNESDAY, Aug. 3 — When attendees arrive Saturday for the first Lansing Pride Festival, they will notice an immediate difference from previous LGBTQ Pride festivals in Lansing: It’s … more
As the end of July neared, Lynn Williams developed fever, chills, stomach issues and joint pain.   “I was sick with, I thought, a cold, a flu which turned into this apparently,” … more
Some things just go perfectly together. There’s chocolate and peanut butter, wine and cheese, and, for the 420-friendly crowd, weed and music.   With that last one in mind, CEP Presents … more
WEDNESDAY, Aug. 10 — Management and employees of Chipotle in Delta Township have agreed to a unionization vote, according to information posted on the National Labor Relations Board … more
Over the weekend, Capitol and Grand avenues downtown were two-wayed. Four more streets will be converted after construction on I-496 is completed. Pine and Walnut streets are due this year, then … more
FRIDAY, Aug. 5 — Jon Horford has conceded he lost the Democratic primary for the 77th House District.  “All absentee and in-person votes are up to date and accounted … more
1516 Old Mill Lane,  Lansing     This red-tagged property has boarded-up windows, an air-conditioning unit hanging precariously from another window, a collapsed porch and … more
Jerry Gilson was finishing yard work Sunday afternoon. The 73-year-old woman has lived in Lansing Township for 22 years in the Groesbeck area known as the “island.” That’s because … more
WEDNESDAY, Aug. 3 — Emily Dievendof’s victory in the Democratic primary for the 77th House District surprised a lot of people. But not her. The political establishment was backing … more
Dievendorf appears to have token Republican opposition, so she seems headed to victory on Nov. 8. more
Harry’s Place kept busy Saturday (July 30) as it marked its 100th anniversary with tents and live music in its parking lot as well as packed tables inside the westside … more
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