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Environment links to cancer focus of new Michigan study By CAMERYN CASSCapital News Service LANSING – A new University of Michigan study aims to understand how environmental exposures in … more
LANSING, Sept. 23 — The future of housing in Michigan may come from ideas that are more than 100 years old. Michigan needs about 75,000 new houses over the next five years to keep up with … more
If there are seasons in the life of a city block, it’s been a long winter on the 900 block of West Saginaw Street, in the heart of the city’s near west side. more
Heritage Hall is the long-awaited addition to the Capitol that is the result of over three years of construction, during which the area was largely inaccessible and surrounded by chain-link fence. … more
Jen Estill, owner of Redhead Design, bought the historic Nelson Building at 113 S. Washington Square. She was eager to center her communications company in the hustle and bustle of Lansing’s … more
WEDNESDAY, Sept. 21 — Lansing Board of Water and Light officials said last night that  proposed residential rate increases starting in November, including more than 18% for water over the … more
unding for in-home care and other state senior services is not increasing proportionally to the number of seniors in Michigan, according to Melissa Seifert, the associate state director of AARP … more
FRIDAY, Sept. 16 — The Lansing Board of Water and Light may be taking more from customers’ wallets with significant proposals to raise water and electric rates.  The LBWL Board is … more
When COVID came sweeping through Ingham County, Maria Yokich-Grebner’s job as a dental billing specialist stopped for a time. When the dental office reopened, it was slow. Patients were spaced … more
(The writer is a longtime Lansing builder who has been restoring homes for four and a half decades.)  Lansing residents of a certain age have fond memories of Jake’s New & Used … more
WEDNESDAY, Sept. 14 — “It’s dead,” Lansing Councilmember Brian Daniels declared today after Mayor Andy Schor promised not to put a golf driving range in Bancroft Park against … more
TUESDAY, Sept. 13 — A college-age male was found with a taser early Sunday morning at Michigan State University’s Bailey Hall.  Police were dispatched to Bailey Hall at 12:45 a.m. … more
An Ottawa County electroplating company and two of its top officers have pleaded guilty to violating the federal Clean Water Act by discharging wastewater with excessive amounts of zinc. After an … more
Michigan school officials are concerned about children going hungry or accumulating lunch debt after Congress recently ended federal funding for free meals for all students. “Families are … more
When Thomas Barnes served less than a year in jail on a felony drug charge, he spoke with his mother almost daily. It cost half of her monthly income. “What it costs to make a call from jail … more
(This story has been corrected to reflect that the National Weather Service predicts there is a 40% chance that temperatures will be warmer than normal this fall. An earlier version said the service … more
The ruling upheld a temporary restraining order issued Tuesday by Ingham County Circuit Judge Clinton Canady III. more
An odd tradition – sea lamprey pie – linking the Great Lakes to Great Britain’s Royals and is expected to continue with the crowning of King Charles III. Lampreys … more
If all goes as planned, Lansing’s 2022-‘23 arts calendar will bring the first act of a multi-million-dollar, real-world production, decades in the making: the groundbreaking of a new … more
It would be the only fixed stage built in a Lansing city park. It would mean weekly summer concerts would be the norm, instead of just once during the summer on a traveling stage if Walnut … more
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