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By Erin Smith Entirely East Lansing staff writer [View the story "East Lansing City Council meeting" on Storify]
By Deveen Taylor Entirely East Lansing staff writer Residents of the East Lansing senior community The Marquette say they wish the U.S. would get rid of the penny already. We usually associate pennies with our grandparents who usually pick them … Continue reading
By Alex Barhorst Entirely East Lansing staff writer Kathleen Edsall expressed concerns that the current board members will close Red Cedar Elementary School before she takes office. Edsall and Nate Lake won four-year positions on the board in the November … Continue reading
By Marisol Dorantes Entirely East Lansing staff writer East Lansing — The United States has experienced a serious economic recession and Michigan is one of the hardest hit, reaching an unemployment rate of 14.2% in August 2009. Currently the unemployment … Continue reading
By Mackenzie Mohr Entirely East Lansing staff writer In late February and early March, the city of East Lansing and the East Lansing Rotary Club hosted public design meetings to hear the community’s input on the planned rebuilding of the … Continue reading
March 11-17 is Sunshine Week, so we checked to see how well the sun shines in Ingham County. Let’s call it mostly cloudy with some bright spots. Sunshine refers to light that the Freedom of Information and Open Meetings acts … Continue reading
By Mackenzie Mohr Entirely East Lansing staff writer In 1995, an intricate wooden play structure at Patriarche Park was built by the individuals and businesses of East Lansing. Seventeen years later, the city of East Lansing aims to “re-imagine” the … Continue reading