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An outdoor dining area in downtown East Lansing is closed as city officials reopen Albert Avenue to vehicle traffic today and students prepare a return to Michigan State University. more
Even a global pandemic won’t be stopping Lansing Mayor Andy Schor’s 20th annual senior activities fair later this month. It’ll just look a bit different this year. more
The Lansing Economic Area Partnership announced today it received 1,640 eligible applications for $1.59 million in grants through LEAP’s new Small Business Restart Program. more
Ingham Community Health Centers Board of Directors wants to hear your experiences about racial equity, racial inequity and healthcare access barriers. more
The Lansing Police Department is looking to hold itself to higher standards as it continues to review policies and procedures on police accountability. The next step: accreditation from the Michigan Association of Chiefs of Police, officials announced today. more
City Councilman Brandon Betz raised eyebrows last night (and possibly broke federal discrimination laws) after he asked an older woman for her age before voting against her appointment to the Board of Commissioners at the Lansing Board of Water & Light. more
An ordinance that bans residents from parking overnight on city streets without a paid permit could be erased as the Lansing City Council looks to dismantle a paid permit system launched this year and to open up local streets for free parking from 2 to 5 a.m. more
The “Pray on MLK” movement — a project coordinated by the Civil Righteousness nonprofit based in Ferguson, Missouri — will host a peaceful, silent prayer demonstration on Saturday evening in Lansing from 6:01-8:01 p.m. at Kingdom Life Church, at 4303 S. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. more
A medical pot shop in Lansing was forced to pull some joints from its shelves today after state officials said they could have been contaminated at a facility in Bay City. more
A marijuana entrepreneur who was locked up for pot is using his now legal business to give back to others who have been harmed by cannabis prohibition. more
A new study from Michigan State University shows the earnings of Black workers have fallen while earnings of white workers have increased across much of the country. more
As Michigan State University gears up for the fall semester, Ingham County officials are urging a mandatory quarantine for students coming in from high-risk states and the use of location-based phone software to track possible instances of viral exposure. more
Lansing Mayor Andy Schor is pushing for a federal bailout as the COVID-19 pandemic and its subsequent economic downturn continues to take a punishing toll on the capital city’s budget. more
As mentors go, Lansing attorney Teresa Bingham has had a pretty good one: Anita Hill. more
Several people are facing tickets and criminal charges in connection to recent protests that have left a streak of injuries and destruction in Lansing. more
Despite some recent delays tied to the coronavirus pandemic, the $100 million mixed-use “Village of Okemos” development is gearing back up in Meridian Township. more
A nonprofit “social welfare” organization that carries a name similar to Mayor Andy Schor’s signature campaign slogan has been launched to promote the city of Lansing. more
As Lansing City Clerk Chris Swope predicted, voter turnout in the primary election yesterday set a record. more
Surveys sent to candidates for prosecutor, sheriff and federal and state legislative offices showed that state lawmakers on both sides of the aisle are leaning increasingly pro-marijuana. more
With the selection of Ron Bacon and Dana Watson, the Council will have two African American members for the first time. more
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