FRIDAY, May 30 — CBS Sunday Morning viewers across the country may be surprised to learn this week that one-room schoolhouses still exist. Viewers in the Greater Lansing area may be even more surprised to see one they might recognize on national television.
Lansing has good reason to celebrate its rich manufacturing history. After all, workers here helped launch the automobile industry, pioneering the car culture that has shaped our nation. The city was an automotive incubator for entrepreneurs and inventors who developed products and technologies that fashioned Lansing´s 20th century economy.
WEDNESDAY, May 28 — Moms across the state work hard to provide safe, healthy and financially stable futures for children and families. That’s why reliable access to quality health care at a price that doesn’t break the bank is so important.
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.