Monday, Feb. 27 — City Pulse has posted a new petition thanking Meijer for postponing its termination of free publications till March 15 and asking the grocery store chain to repeal its decision altogether. The online petition is at http://www.change.org/petitions/vice-president-repeal-the-ban-on-free-publications-in-local-meijer-stores.
Meijer will delay removing its free publication racks from the Lansing market until March 15, sources have told City Pulse.
The racks were scheduled to be removed next week from all 199 Meijer stores in five states. But Dominion Distribution, which owns the racks and rents space in Meijer stores, received word from Meijer on Wednesday to delay picking them up in the Lansing and Detroit areas, the sources said.
Friday, March 23 — Expect smoking at the proposed Lansing casino. “It’s our view” that insisting on no smoking would likely have been a deal breaker during negotiations, Mayor Virg Bernero said today on “City Pulse Newsmakers,” a new TV show.
Wednesday, April 18 — Subscribers to the Lansing State Journal are trying to understand a letter they have received from publisher Brian Priester.
In short: Home delivery rates are increasing — almost $7 a month more in some instances. Sunday newsstand prices are also doubling from $1.50 to $3, Priester confirmed today, though weekday newsstand prices will remain $1. Both changes take effect May 1.
THURSDAY, April 26 — Mark
Grebner started it. Now Pat Lindemann is counter-attacking.
First, Grebner released a draft
of a “letter” to Ingham County voters about why he is running against incumbent
Lindemann, the long-time county drain commissioner. Grebner,...