Header-lansing_1.jpg
 
Home  News
 
 
Wednesday, August 7,2013

Editor out, circ down

The State Journal's circulation numbers continue to plummet since introducing a paywall last year

by Andy Balaskovitz
Since close of business Friday, the daily newspaper in this town has been without an executive editor.
Read more   Read it in print
Wednesday, August 7,2013

Replacing De Leon

Two seek to fill vacant seat on Ingham County Board of Commissioners; deadline to apply is 5 p.m. Friday

by Andy Balaskovitz
Two Lansing Democrats have applied so far to represent northwest Lansing on the Ingham County Board of Commissioners to fill out the term of Debbie De Leon.
Read more   Read it in print
Wednesday, August 7,2013

Getting out the college vote

East Lansing City Council approves new precinct boundaries, polling locations at Michigan State University in effort to make voting easier for students

by Andy Balaskovitz
Wednesday, Aug. 7 — The East Lansing City Council approved new precinct boundaries and polling locations for Michigan State University students living on campus Tuesday, an effort seeking to improve voting access.
Read more
Monday, August 5,2013

Pot petitions are in

Charter amendment to legalize possession, use and transfer of small amounts of marijuana could be on November ballots

by Andy Balaskovitz
Monday, Aug. 5 — Organizers of a campaign to legalize the possession, use and transfer of less than an ounce of marijuana on private property in Lansing turned in over 6,000 signatures to the City Clerk’s Office today in an effort to let city voters decide on the new law in November.
Read more
Monday, August 5,2013

Kids in the Hall

City Council approves agreements for Jackson National Life expansion

by Andy Balaskovitz
Monday, Aug. 5 — The Lansing City Council unanimously approved property sharing and development agreements at a special meeting tonight for Jackson National Life’s planned $100 million expansion in Alaiedon Township.
Read more
Friday, August 2,2013

It’s not just St. Petersburg

Human rights concerns in other Sister Cities and their countries

by Sam Inglot
Friday, Aug. 2 — As city officials and local advocates have focused recently on Lansing’s Sister Cities relationship — or lack thereof — with St. Petersburg, Russia over human rights concerns there, it’s not the only Lansing Sister City where such problems exist.
Read more
Thursday, August 1,2013

Whole Foods coming to town

Supermarket chain plans 2015 opening in Meridian Township

by City Pulse Staff
Thursday, Aug. 1 — Whole Foods Market, the Austin, Texas-based grocery chain specializing in natural and organic foods, reportedly plans to open a new location in Meridian Township in 2015.
Read more
Thursday, August 1,2013

An ELF in August

Lansing resident becomes first person in Michigan to own brand new hybrid vehicle

by Sam Inglot
Thursday, Aug. 1 — For Lansing resident Yvonne LeFave, Christmas came early this year. On Wednesday, she became the first person in the state to own an ELF.
Read more
Wednesday, July 31,2013

Politics and prevailing wage

Whether Lansing voters know it, the issue of prevailing wage is driving next week's primary election.

by Andy Balaskovitz
Within hours after City Pulse published an innocuous line in a July 17 online story that said City Council member Brian Jeffries opposed Lansing Mayor Virg Bernero on significant issues, such as prevailing wage, the editorial staff heard from both camps within hours.
Read more   Read it in print
Wednesday, July 31,2013

LSJ phases out executive editor

In restructuring move, executive editor Mickey Hirten’s last day at the Journal is Friday

by Andy Balaskovitz
Wednesday, July 31 — The Lansing State Journal announced today that it’s phasing out executive editor Mickey Hirten’s position as part of a news department restructuring.
Read more
 
 
 
 
Search Archive - Articles and News
Search Archive:
 
 

© 2015 City Pulse

City Pulse. 2001 E. Michigan Ave. Lansing, MI 48912.
Phone: (517)371-5600. Fax: (517) 999-6066.
E-mail: publisher@lansingcitypulse.com

 
Close