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Thirteen people will be interviewed over the next two days after the remaining members of the City Council whittled down the candidate pool yesterday evening from 22 applications. more
The three remaining members of the East Lansing City Council will select two people Saturday to fill the seats left vacant on the City Council following the recent resignations of Ruth Beier and Mark Meadows. more
The “FitLot" is funded through a grant in recognition of AARP’s 60th anniversary. more
Businesses filing insurance claims for months of financial losses tied to the coronavirus pandemic may be out of luck after a recent ruling in the 30th Circuit Court. more
Word on the street is Bernero is at least 50/50 set on running for his old job in 2021. Obviously, we're all thinking presidential politics these days, but Mayor Andy Schor has only fewer than 17 months on his term left. more
A plan to use alleys and other downtown spaces for to-go cocktails in Lansing will likely be delayed until 2021. more
Brown initially opted to reject the plea deal last week and risked the possibility of a jury levying two counts of first-degree murder — charges that would guarantee a mandatory sentence of life in prison without parole. He apparently changed his mind and took the deal on Friday afternoon. more
Lansing City Clerk Chris Swope is expecting a record turnout for the Aug. 4 primary election. more
Owners regret having a deejay and allowing dancing. more
After more than two months of “recommending” that Michigan residents wear face coverings to help contain the spread of the coronavirus. more
The eccentric political gadfly Christine Timmon is back. more
Decades-old allegations of misconduct levied against Lansing Police Chief Daryl Green will remain a mystery. more
More than 40 people appointed by Lansing Mayo Andy Schor are now tasked with further developing policies at the Police Department and a community-inspired “Racial Justice and Equity” plan. more
Misinformation about the coronavirus continues to spread by word of mouth and across the vast and often unregulated planes of Twitter and Facebook. more
In 1918, the nation was at war, and wearing masks was framed as a patriotic duty, but then, as now, there were resisters. more
Both the CDC and the World Health Organization now recommend that people wear masks to slow the spread of the virus. more
Over the last few weeks, big box chains like Meijer, Kroger, Target and Walmart have deployed staff, usually in pairs, to patrol their entranceways, fending off maskless shoppers more
Ingham County Prosecutor Carol Siemon’s controversial policy to offer plea deals to alleged murderers won’t be put to the test this week. more
A petition that aims to close Harper’s Restaurant and Brewpub in East Lansing has garnered over 700 signatures as former staff and customers continue to voice concerns over allegedly unsanitary conditions. more
A decorated officer at the Lansing Police Department is speaking out against a recent proposal that would halve his department’s budget by 2025. more
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