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In a continued mayoral reshuffling of top city administrators, Lansing City Treasurer Judy Kehler has been promoted to be the city’s newest chief strategy officer following the resignation of Shelbi Frayer. more
"Black and brown communities and the working class have been victimized by police violence for years and Lansing has its own history of racist violence and discrimination on behalf of the police,” Betz said. more
“She was one of the most beloved and respected members of the mayor’s staff,” Barbara Roberts Mason said more
We are calling on the city to move our community’s dollars out of a violent and untrustworthy policing system and into programs that actually keep our community safe. more
Can we stop the “Rush to Resignation” campaign against Lansing Mayor Andy Schor and talk about making changes that matter? more
With the impact of COVID-19 on automakers, their supply chains and the local businesses that support factory workers, the Lansing region’s future is still tied closely to how well General Motors bounces back — and in turn how well its employees fare economically. more
At least two dozen large bars and restaurants across Greater Lansing have been ordered to temporarily limit capacity to 75 patrons as local officials continue to track a growing COVID-19 outbreak tied to the recent reopening of Harper’s Restaurant & Brewpub in East Lansing. more
Police Chief Daryl Green announced earlier this afternoon that beginning immediately officers will only pull over drivers for traffic violations related to public safety and cease all traffic stops for violations like cracked windshields, loud exhaust, cracked tail lights and tinted windshields. more
Lansing Mayor Andy Schor is reshuffling staff this week, sliding “chief of staff” duties away from Deputy Mayor Samantha Harkins to Nik Tate, who will be promoted this week from chief administrative officer to the newly created role of Deputy Mayor for Operations. more
About 100 people were on hand for the noon kickoff. That compares to about 1,000 people who participated in a peaceful rally and march sponsored by the NAACP June 10 and a similarly sized protest on May 31 that turned violent. more
The Schor administration’s chief strategic officer and acting finance director — who was hired to help lead the city through significant budget challenges — is quitting after less … more
Maggie Haberman tweeted something the other day that I found remarkable. Promoting a story on President Trump’s about voting by mail, The New York Times White House correspondent wrote that … more
“I respect your calls for change,” he declared. “I seek to codify police reform through policy.” more
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A crowd of 100 or so were on hand for the start of the event, organized by Tamilikia Foster, a poet and nurse at McLaren Hospital. more
Gregg Todd was the commissioners’ unanimous pick Tuesday. Todd is deputy secretary of operations the Maryland Health Department. more
Tamilikia Foster, a poet and organizer of this Saturday’s Silent Sit-In Against Racism at the State Capitol, had very personal reasons to assemble a series of inspirational speakers and performers to create a “visually and verbally stimulating” event Saturday.         By … more
Members of the City Council questioned his decision to limit public comment at board meetings. more
Anyone who visited Harper’s Restaurant & Brew Pub in East Lansing between June 12-20 is being advised to self-quarantine. more
FRIDAY, June 19 — Results of an online survey show that about two-thirds of local residents who responded to the survey said they feel safe in the capital city and trust the Lansing Police … more
WEDNESDAY, June 24 — Will the Lansing Public Media Center come to the rescue of Lansing Community College’s WLNZ, 89.7 FM? It might have to, and it will take help from volunteers … more
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