Some people went nearly two weeks without heat and electricity.
The Lansing Economic Area Partnership will be kicking-off this year’s Diversity Lansing Education Series.
There’s a fight brewing amongst state officials to fight to prevent identity theft and you’re invited to learn more.
Monday afternoon The Michigan League for Public Policy will be hosting its annual Public Policy Forum.
If you live in Ingham County you are invited to ask questions on certain electronic cigarette regulations.
County park officials are looking for community feedback on what projects around the county to invest in.
On Wednesday all are invited to attend a project dedication ceremony at Frances Park.
A new report shows Ingham County has one of the fastest growing economies in the state.
If you fall asleep in bed with a lit cigarette, the Delta Township Fire Department says that could be a fatal mistake.
The plan outlined here would provide higher education tax credits, a new credit for child and elderly care, an expanded home property tax cr…
Lansing Community College and Capital Area Michigan Works! are hosting a job fair Thursday that targets workers over 50.
Firefighters had their hands full Friday afternoon when flames tore through an Eaton Rapids barn.
Animals 5 months and older are available for free to qualified adopters who are active military or veterans.
Two local sisters are working to raise awareness for rare illnesses, also known as “zebra illnesses”.
Trading ballgowns for a saddle
“If anyone asks how it ends, just lie.”
Warning, if you have a stash of beads, barrettes, buttons, and other findings get ready to de-stash!
This is a moving portrait of a woman forced to reinvent herself.
The story line about blended families, forgiveness, letting go, mistakes, and moving on.
A gorgeous example of the rhythms of Irish dialect in literature.