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Starting in June, 40 people will begin work at a new regional office with Michels Corporation in Charlotte.
With less sellers and more buyers, that means higher prices.
Players will join together for the 8th annual Battlefield Brawl, to fundraise for local charities and non profits to give back to the commun…
The annual Susan G Kommen Race For the Cure will fill up Adado river front, and downtown this afternoon, raising awareness of breast cancer.
The Greater Lansing Food Bank reopened the Garden Resource Center, which feeds thousands of people healthy foods they can grow in their own …
More than $100 million in redevelopment plans are underway in East Lansing, one is up for vote at City Council tonight.
The transportation company came clean on the failure to pay taxes over the past 2 years.
U.S. Representative Mike Bishop held town hall meetings today in Brighton to hear concerns from his constituents.
Lansing Lugnuts is hosting the annual block party before the game Saturday night.
Flooding from the snowfall this week has lead to flooding on local roads, including Kalamazoo Street.
Trinity Church in Lansing is hosting a free Refugee Health and Wellness fair this morning.
These households have people with jobs, who are one step away from poverty.
Lansing Mayor Virg Bernero’s executive order for Lansing law enforcement, and City Council’s Sanctuary City declaration raise questions of w…
The fire that shut down the Meijer on West Saginaw Street is still under investigation by Delta Township Fire Department.
Multiple fire agencies worked to put out flames out at the Meijer along West Saginaw, shutting down the store.
“It’s going to transform the way we live and how we move.”
People rallied on the Capitol steps, saying inequality goes further than just bathrooms
Demolition crews started work on the more than 80 mobile homes on the property and parts have been separated into dumpsters for recycling.
Lansing Police are investigating a stabbing on the southwest side of the city.