MONDAY, June 9 — Before voting on the Outfield project, Lansing City Councilman Derrick Quinney held up the inaugural baseball from the first Lansing Lugnuts game he attended with his son in April 1996.
THURSDAY, June 5 — As he eyes Michigan’s 8th Congressional District seat, Ingham County Treasurer Eric Schertzing maintains that his moderate “country boy, county boy” image will propel him to the finish line.
As a Council vote draws closer, victory looks imminent for the Outfield, a proposed $23.5 million mixed-use project for the city-owned Cooley Law School Stadium, home to the Lansing Lugnuts baseball team.
The wrecking ball is looming over Biggby Coffee’s historic first location at 270 W. Grand River Ave. in East Lansing.
Under the proposed Gateway Project, developers led by DTN Management Co. plan to demolish the Biggby location and erect a six-story mixed-use building, primarily for apartments.
Property: 2901 Wabash Road, Lansing Lansing School Supt. Yvonne Camaal Canul says: Budget issues have stalled renovations, looking into a plan
Behind the Lansing School District’s Marvin E. Beekman Center stands a playground that has certainly seen better days. Sprinkled with ru...
WEDNESDAY, June 4 — Lansing Board of Water and Light Chairwoman Sandra Zerkle said today that extending representation to communities outside of Lansing wasn’t best for the utility’s image, and it would not have a significant impact on customers.