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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
City Pulse’s 20th anniversary panel 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
Collette denies Baird's accusation. more
Former Ingham County Chief Circuit Court Judge William Collette is facing a misdemeanor assault charge. more
The clinic is set for 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Aug. 14 — a Saturday — at 740 W. May St. in Lansing. Up to 100 eligible participants will be paired with a volunteer legal working pro bono to review ICHAT records and help people navigate expungement made available through recent state legislation. more
At 50% support among primary voters and with fat campaign coffers, it's Schor's race to lose more
The 61st annual Melon Fest, a tourist bonanza for the city of Howell, is hanging by a string. more
The weekend bustle was down to a late Sunday afternoon snooze in Lansing’s Old Town. Suddenly, three colorful figures came out of nowhere. more
Christopher Neville was the first person to correctly identify the Eye for Design last month as one of the words on the exterior of the Hall of Justice (below) in the Capitol Complex. more
Lansing Mayor Andy Schor is charging forward with a $300,000 plan to build an “anti-racist and bias-free environment” at City Hall following a recent stamp of approval from the City Council. more
Of the hundreds of alleged victims of convicted sex offender Larry Nassar, one of the most prominent is Amanda Thomashow. more
Martin McCallum was puzzled by an unexpected voicemail at 10 p.m. Tuesday, July 13. more
Local government officials are searching for a nonprofit organization to help launch a new gun violence prevention initiative in the Capital City while they scramble to get a grip on already record-breaking levels of homicides and shootings that have only continued to climb in 2021. more
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