Community center's future will reach 'resolution' soon, diocese saysby Lawrence Cosentino
Bernero administration still unclear whether proposed fire hydrant and streetlight charges would be a fee or a taxby Andy Balaskovitz
With less than a week to go before the Lansing City Council must adopt a new budget, the single biggest issue has yet to be resolved. The question is whether Mayor Virg Bernero's proposed charge for hydrants and streetlights is a fee or a tax. The Council can increase fees, but a tax would require a vote of the people.
Owner says: Property is for lease through CBRE MartinArchitecture critic Amanda Harrell-Seyburn says: Some buildings are more susceptible to blight than others. By nature, buildings that are not easily adaptable due to form — in this case, single-use ones — sit vacant longer. It's true, just look around.
Mayor, Council president and business community — in defense of airport — line up against federal grant for Michigan Flyer. One supporter calls for a grown up in the debate.by Andy Balaskovitz
With the filing deadline for city elections closed, campaign season officially beginsby Sam Inglot
How one local company is making Lansing a destination for live musicby Dylan Sowle
Brooklyn musician will jam with bugs at Broad Museumby Lawrence Cosentino
Hip-hop event gets back to basicsby David Barker
Solutions for socio-economic problems are typically addressed at symposiums where speakers use PowerPoint presentations, not turntables. But this weekend, the Lansing Hip Hop Fest will use facets of hip- hop culture — including graffiti art, spoken word, dance and music — to explore some of these heady themes.