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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
The state’s hospitality industry adjusted to COVID-19 with mixed results but now there’s a new challenge: winter. more
You won’t find barns and silos in Detroit. more
Another satellite office for Lansing City Clerk Chris Swope will open next week as the third full-service location to register to vote and pick up and return absentee ballots. more
A candidate for Ingham County Board of Commissioners has been fined $1,000 after he filed a report on campaign spending three months late — and only after City Pulse reported that he appeared to have violated state law. more
Ingham County attorneys have weighed in: It’s OK for members of the county’s Democratic Caucus to  discuss partisan politics at county-facilitated public meetings. more
Recently released data shows that property crimes continued to decline in Greater Lansing last year as the number of violent crimes in Ingham County remained steady. more
A Lansing barber that advertised “no mask required” haircuts on Facebook now appears to have fallen in line with local health orders after a visit from the police. more
Up and down Midland County’s main artery, residents along this rural highway are posting up their “Make America Great Again” flags in the inevitability of Monday’s downpour.  more
A crowd of several dozen retirees gathered in front of Lansing City Hall on Monday to protest pending changes to their health care benefits. more
In the 1970s, conservationists championed the idea of using the revenue generated from the extraction of nonrenewable energy sources on state-owned land to purchase land for permanent public benefit. more
Last week was a tough one for Gov. Gretchen Whitmer. Close on the heels of the Michigan Supreme Court ruling that reined in her emergency powers, the FBI arrested a cadre of mouth-breathing morons who were plotting to kidnap or assassinate the governor and launch a coup against state government by storming the State Capitol building and taking hostages. more
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