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The Lansing City Council is poised to vote Monday on legislation that would beef up parking enforcement and charge residents an annual fee for the right to park overnight on local streets.  more
Local conservative talk show host Tim Barron will no longer be able to serve on a volunteer advisory board after some Lansing City Council members moved to block his reappointment.  more
While local government officials and activists continue to explore ways to fund repairs at Lansing’s Moores Park Pool, concerns over rising maintenance costs paired with environmental concerns could stall it from reopening. more
A national consulting firm pegged the cost of Lansing’s hoped-for civic performing arts center Monday at $45 million to $60 million and reported that it would likely operate at a yearly shortfall of $640,000, while generating millions of dollars in economic impact and bringing about 150,000 people downtown each year. more
The wild days of almost unchecked overnight parking on the streets of the capital city may be coming to a close as the Lansing City Council looks to ramp up enforcement and introduce paid permits by sometime early next year. more
A planned appointment to the Ingham Community Health Centers’ board of directors is back on track after officials found no wrongdoing attached to their appointee’s Facebook page. more
Two environmental activists who refused to leave Sen. Gary Peters’ Lansing office will face criminal charges after a peaceful protest in support of the Green New Deal turned ugly early yesterday evening.  more
Outgoing Lansing City Councilwoman Jody Washington is shying away from any immediate plans to run for the Ingham County Board of Commissioners after first floating the idea last week.  more
A few hundred Meridian Township residents might have to sort through some extra spam messages in their inbox after township officials accidentally sent their email addresses out to other local residents. more
Local residents may soon have to pay a price to park their cars overnight on the streets of Lansing as officials mull over a permitting system and the Lansing City Council looks to pass a new ordinance. more
Ingham County Commissioners are exploring a shift in prescription drug benefits for county employees as officials attempt to address concerns about hindered access to certain medications, including name-brand treatment for HIV and hormone-shifting drugs to facilitate gender transitions.  more
Hundreds of activists are slated to arrive at the steps of the Michigan State Capitol tomorrow afternoon to rally for the environment and convince legislators to co-sponsor the Green New Deal.  more
This fall a coalition of organizations from around the state hosted an all-day conference here in East Lansing on “Building a Peace Economy” where instead of spending $100 million dollars for a single jet fighter we invest it in schools, medical care for all, or renewable energy.  more
The City of Lansing this week joined Ingham County in its efforts to tweak employee health insurance benefits after officials discovered that name-brand HIV treatment and other drugs were excluded from coverage. more
Outgoing  Lansing City Councilwoman Jody Washington is hinting at a bid for the Ingham County Board of Commissioners — in a race that could pit her against her son-in-law. more
After a year at second-in-command, Lansing City Council Vice President Peter Spadafore this week announced a desire to take the gavel more
Ingham County officials are tapping the brakes on an appointment to the Ingham Community Health Centers board of directors as they launch an investigation into suspicious Facebook activity. more
As incoming Lansing City Councilman Brandon Betz prepares to replace Jody Washington in the First Ward seat, his views could shift the city toward a more progressive agenda. more
It was touch and go last Friday afternoon, but Lansing Mayor Andy Schor succeeded in lighting a 9-foot menorah next to the state’s 61-foot state Christmas tree in front of the state Capitol during the Silver Bells in the City festivities. more
The massive brick house that has commanded the northwest corner of Seymour Avenue and Madison Street for 110 years is finally getting a makeover, according to its owner, Kevin Schoen. more
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