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Seven local funding proposals will be on the ballot at next month’s presidential primary election. Everything (as always) could use some extra cash in Ingham County, officials said. But how do voters decide what deserves it? This primary election guide is designed to help in that decision. more
As unfunded costs for pensions and retirement benefits continue to rise, Lansing’s Financial Health Team is warning city officials to stockpile cash into its reserve funds and prepare for difficult financial days ahead. more
Few people in the Capital region are unfamiliar with Joan Jackson Johnson, the former director of Lansing’s Human Relations and Community Services Department and a highly regarded advocate for the poor, homeless and downtrodden. more
It’s been two years since I took office as the Mayor of Lansing and we have done so much. The pace is extraordinary, yet rewarding and exciting. I thank the City Pulse for the grade of B in their recent editorial (Feb. 12), and we have much more coming for Lansing!   more
As the mother of a murder victim, I can assure you that losing a child to a brutal murder is life-changing, life-shattering and not only to me but to all the members of my family and the victim’s friends more
At least two billboards for Jay Deez’s Herbs popped up in Lansing within the last few weeks. One in the Stadium District shows a picture of its owner, John Dinaso, along with a tagline for “medical and recreational marijuana” and custom glass pipes. more
 Mike Bloomberg opened his ninth Michigan campaign office today across Lake Lansing Road from Eastwood Towne Center in Lansing.  more
The East Lansing Police Department has launched an internal investigation into alleged excessive force after a teenager said officers handcuffed him and tossed him head-first into the pavement outside of a local 7-Eleven.  more
Nearly $650,000 in state road repair funding and revenue sharing payments are being withheld from the village of Webberville after its officials repeatedly failed to submit annual audits, among other financial missteps.  more
The city of Lansing has a new director of human relations and community services.  more
It won’t be an easy feat to replace Joan Jackson Johnson. more
Developers plan to seek tax incentives from the city of Lansing to bulldoze two vacant office buildings on N. Washington Avenue and construct a new downtown headquarters for Michigan Realtors.  more
The East Lansing Food Co-op’s plan to start a new market to showcase locally produced food and other items is “on life support” because Lansing Township put too many obstacles in the way through the summer and fall of 2019, according to co-op board president Stephen Gasteyer. more
Doug Barnes has battled with chronic pain for most of his adult life. And his doctor refuses to help him. more
Halfway through Mayor Andy Schor’s first term in office, it’s time to take stock of his administration’s efforts to move the city forward. more
Lansing Mayor Andy Schor has introduced plans to rent out the former Lansing City Market building for temporary event space while he continues to search for a longer-term development.  more
The city of East Lansing is turning to federal government sharpshooters to help thin out a herd of deer that pose a growing nuisance for some local homeowners.  more
Organizers of a ballot campaign that aims to bolster civil rights protections for Michigan’s LGBTQ community will be out collecting petition signatures tomorrow in East Lansing.  more
As the primary election approaches, Lansing City Clerk Chris Swope today announced additional office hours for the city’s South Washington Election Unit at 2500 S. Washington Ave. for residents to cast in-person votes and to register to vote. more
Plans to redevelop the former Red Cedar Golf Course may have hit a financial roadblock after the Michigan Economic Development Corp.  turned down funding for the project in its current form.   more
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