FRIDAY, May 23 — To celebrate six years of teaching Lansing’s Eastside residents to embrace their green thumbs, the Hunter Park GardenHouse, 1400 E. Kalamazoo St. in Lansing, is hosting a community plant sale on May 31.
THURSDAY, May 22 — Battling a slow economy and declining enrollment numbers, the state is hosting an event to promote interest in their two college savings programs, the Michigan Education Trust and the Michigan Education Savings Program.
WEDNESDAY, May 21 —High-tech manufacturer Niowave has begun exterior work on their industrial pole barn in Lansing’s Walnut neighborhood, and neighbors have used one word to describe their reaction: delighted.
While those familiar with Lansing will have little difficulty identifying this small but notable building, strangers will find that its deep setbacks make it difficult to locate, particularly along busy Michigan Avenue.
There was a legislative hearing last week to change how public bodies tell us about proposed tax increases, zoning changes in our neighborhoods, new water rates and hundreds of other government actions that fall under the category of public notices.
WEDNESDAY, May 21 — As more and more people become aware of the little blue HIV prevention pill, there is going to be more push back from opponents. Don’t be fooled by their dire warnings, delivered like Cassandra of old.