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The Lansing Regional Chamber of Commerce is fielding basic questions from local businesses with concerns about COVID-19. more
Amid a year of protests centered on social equity reforms and racial justice, the city of East Lansing is recognizing the health effects of racism on its local population. more
Lansing Mayor Andy Schor’s administration has hired a diversity officer to help lead ongoing efforts designed to bolster racial justice and social equity in the capital city. more
Heads up pot smokers: Skymint just opened up shop in East Lansing. more
In past decades, regional transportation plans promised a future of universal urban mobility, whether you owned a car or not. Brightly colored maps were bejeweled with dotted lines where light rail, bus lanes and non-motorized trails would go someday, connecting everyone to a reliable and convenient transportation web. more
In 2005, Ingham County formed the state’s second Land Bank. The timing was worthy of Nostradamus. more
Whether it was a rally to protect DREAMers, or to chastise the federal policy of separating children from their families at the border, he was there. If it was women’s rights or LGBTQ equality, he was there, smiling. And quietly, fiercely, behind the scenes Mark Brown battled systemic racial inequities. more
The Hertel family pigskin will have a blank on it for 2020. more
Another round of statewide emergency orders that took effect this week are designed to enact a “three-week pause” on social gatherings and other group-oriented activities across Michigan. more
She’s been talked about for governor so often, it’s as if mentioning Macomb County Public Works Director Candice Miller’s name in any speculative gubernatorial list is a festive formality. Kind of like serving cranberry sauce on Thanksgiving. more
Jan.20 can’t come soon enough, but there is still plenty of time for thousands more Michiganders to die from COVID-19 before President-elect Biden takes the reins and implements a national pandemic containment strategy. more
The complete list of Top of the Town 2020 winners. more
Richard Ruzich is eyeing a large expansion of his marijuana cultivation business in Lansing next year.   more
Lansing Deputy Mayor Samantha Harkins is stepping down from one of the top jobs in Lansing’s government and appears to have launched her own consulting business. more
Two more officers at the Lansing Police Department have been placed on paid administrative leave as the Michigan State Police launches an investigation into a violent arrest earlier this week along the 800 block of Baker Street in southeast Lansing. more
THURSDAY, Nov. 12 — As the holiday season approaches, health officials are calling on local residents to hunker down and avoid gatherings as COVID-19 caseloads begin to overwhelm medical … more
For 50,000-plus nonprofit organizations in Michigan — nearly 4,000 in Ingham County alone — the year 2020 has been challenging in the extreme. more
Gov. Gretchen Whitmer stopped by I-496 in Lansing Tuesday to see the nearly completed construction of the first project in her “Rebuilding Michigan” plan. more
The 2020 election is in the books in Michigan. Unless you’re President Trump or believe something is going to come of his spaghetti-on-the-wall lawsuits. more
The coronavirus pandemic is reaching new levels of uncontrolled spread in Michigan, including across Greater Lansing, as the state surges past 220,000 COVID-19 cases and 7,700 deaths. more
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