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Wednesday, March 25,2015

Out on the town

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Siren song Thursday, March 26 Twenty-five years of marriage can take a toll on a relationship, but leave it to mythological Greek temptresses to spice things up. The play “Sirens” begins when Sam first falls in love with Rose. He writes her a song that up becomes a hug...
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Wednesday, February 25,2015

Curtain call

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Good fun, good cause Local production raises money for the families of fallen police officers The non-profit Blue Light Players, whose mission is to help the families of fallen police officers, have been packing houses for 10 years. They began with children’s theater pr...
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Wednesday, February 11,2015

Briefs

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  Friedland Industries wins Outstanding Small Business Award   Friedland Industries received the Greater Lansing Regional Chamber of Commerce Outstanding Small Business Award at the chamber’s annual dinner Tuesday. “For nearly 130 years, our family has been...
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Wednesday, February 4,2015

Mayor says he seeks ‘balanced approach’ to BWL

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City Pulse freelance reporter Todd Heywood asked, by email, for further comment from Mayor Virg Bernero on his proposed City Charter amendments to create an inspector general in his cabinet to oversee the Lansing Board of Water & Light and to clarify the change of command of BWL’s attorney. Randy Hannan, Bernero’s chief of staff, responded:
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Wednesday, January 7,2015

Brief

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Mark Grebner to speak at Land Use Lunch Political consultant Mark Grebner will be the speaker at the Land Use lunch Friday. Grebner is known to many for his years as an outspoken Ingham County commissioner. Grebner’s topic will be “the utter absence of institutional f...
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Tuesday, December 23,2014

Brief ...

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Debris flies in preparation for the Flyer Several houses were demolished recently, clearing way for a new bus terminal for the Michigan Flyer. Michigan Flyer LLC is beginning a $1.6 million bus terminal project for the property on Michigan Avenue between Howard Avenue and Detroit Street.
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Tuesday, December 23,2014

NYE 2015

A selection of Lansing-area New Year’s events for Wednesday, Dec. 31

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Beggar’s Banquet Complimentary champagne toast at midnight and food specials all evening. 5 p.m. FREE. Beggar’s Banquet, 218 Abbot Road, East Lansing. (517) 351-4540. Crowne Plaza Lansing West/Bordeaux “Great Gatsby”-themed celebration includes five-course dinner...
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Wednesday, December 17,2014

Brief ...

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$20 million project planned for old YMCA site A $20 million mixed-use project, “Metro Place,” will be developed at the site of the long-vacant YMCA building on Townsend Street, adjacent to Reutter Park. The project is being developed by Lawton Group Development LLC. “Metro Place will be a terrific addition to downtown Lansing’s residential options and add even more vibrancy to our urban core by attracting new residents to live in the heart of the city,” said Lansing Mayor Virg Bernero.
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Wednesday, December 10,2014

BRIEF ...

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BWL activates equipment to reduce mercury emissions The Lansing Board of Water & Light has finally activated equipment it installed in 2007 that will reduce mercury emissions at the Erickson Power Plant. The Activated Carbon Injection system is being operated at a rate designed ...
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Wednesday, December 3,2014

Briefs

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A permanent road funding formula that injects another $1.3 billion into Michigan´s transportation network is topping this month´s lame duck session with Gov. Rick Snyder´s chief lobbyist calling it the administration´s "1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th and 5th priorities."
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