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Lansing City Clerk Chris Swope is offering a twofer this Halloween weekend for voters and their families. more
At least $500,000 of $600,000 in campaign funds raised by candidates in Ingham and Eaton counties has already been spent on Nov. 3's general electionn. more
As if we all need another health concern, Lyme disease is creeping up in the ranks of worries for Great Lakes area residents. more
The Michigan Department of Corrections spends $3 million each week for testing and staff expenses related to the spike of COVID-19 cases in some prisons.  more
Bazonzoes Provisioning center wants to be the first chain of stores selling medical and adult-use marijuana. more
In 1961, Dr. Seuss snuck into the book “The Sneetches and Other Stories” a tale about “The Zax,” a pair of hairy creatures who crossed paths in the desert. One was traveling north and the other south and both refused to move out of the way of the other. more
Deb Schenkel spent decades working in a parking ramp collecting fees for the city of Lansing before automated machines put her out of a job. Her scoliosis didn’t slow her down. Neither did her cancer diagnosis. Despite her doctor’s orders, she refused to miss a shift, even at her worst. more
On a Saturday morning, East Grand Rapids Democrat Bill Saxton canvassed up-and-down Mesa Drive in Rockford. As a contestant in Michigan’s 73rd district state House race, Saxton described the well-groomed landscape as “a slice of America.”  more
A local developer plans to breathe new life into a neighborhood on Lansing’s east side with a proposal that would transform a vacant school building into a 108-unit apartment complex. more
General Motors will start making the GMC Acadia at the Lansing Delta Township Assembly plant as well as prepare the factory for future SUV and full-size pickup production. more
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Lansing Mayor Andy Schor and developer Pat Gillespie celebrated the “official opening” of Lansing’s first downtown grocery store with connected loft apartments this afternoon with a ribbon-cutting ceremony for the highly anticipated BLOCK600 project.  more
Marilyn Crowley would come to the Allen Neighborhood Center’s farmer market as a local student.  more
George Platsis recognizes that Greater Lansing’s leftward lean isn’t helping as he looks to block Ingham County Prosecuting Attorney Carol Siemon from her second term this November. more
The city of Charlotte is gaining some newfound national acclaim after its downtown was named this week to the National Register of Historic Places. more
U.S. President Donald Trump will get four more years as president. So proclaimed Trump’s second son, Eric Trump, at a rally today at Schlegel Sand & Gravel, on Wood Road in Lansing. more
Donald Trump’s second son is slated to make a campaign stop tomorrow afternoon in Lansing at Schlegel Sand and Gravel on Wood Road.  more
A bill signed into law last week will allow Lansing City Council meetings to continue virtually after a Michigan Supreme Court ruling led to the cancellation of multiple meetings this month. more
A Democratic candidate for the Ingham County Board of Commissioners has been given less than two weeks to fix a series of mistakes in his campaign finance report or risk falling further out of compliance with state law, county officials said. more
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