Look past the boarded-up windows and overgrown plants: This house is not your typical Eye Candy of the Week. Built in 1875, this Queen Anne-style home in north Lansing needs some attention, but the time is ideal for a new owner to buy it at a favorable price.
Tuesday, Oct. 1 — The Lansing City Council unanimously approved tax incentives Monday night for Jackson National Life Insurance Co. as part of the company’s $100 million expansion in Alaiedon Township.
Monday, Sept. 30 — The Lansing Association for Human Rights Political Action Committee expressed “shock and disbelief” toward three members of the Meridian Township Board of Trustees' concerns over a proposed non-discrimination ordinance there. Particularly, the group took issue with one trustee who called it “feel-good legislation.”
Thursday, Sept. 26 — The Meridian Township Board of Trustees is divided over a draft non-discrimination ordinance protecting LGBT individuals, as three members are concerned about potential costs, departmental strain and litigation. At least one trustee also says it should be a statewide cause, not local.
Saturday, Sept. 28 — Each week, City Pulse will run a series of stories produced by Capital News Service correspondents at Michigan State University’s School of Journalism. While reports cover the entire state, some will be focused on the greater Lansing region.